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Quiz 3

THe Average Amereican Newborn weighs about 7 pounds and is about 27 inches in length. False
The skull and brain of the newborn are the same size as those of an adult and are therefore disproportionately large. False
Axons and dendrites meet at the synapse True
Proliferation and pruning of neural connections improve neural communication and increase thinking ability. True
Shaking a baby causes neural connection to break and ruptures blood vessels in the brain True
There are five stages of sensorimotor intelligence. False
An infant misses her teddy bebar at bedtime and will not go to sleep without it is demonstrating that she does not yet understand the object permanence. False
The "little scientist" was a term affectionatley applied to Piaget by some of the children he studied False
The fMRI measures electrical activity in the cortex of the brain False
Explicit memory is memory that is recalled on demand True
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