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Final Exam

quantitative continuous
qualitative discontinuous
breastfed babies are less likely to -have digestive problems -have UTIs and inner ear infections -be overweight as adults -have cholesterol problems
preferential-looking baby vision, can tell the difference between things
Growth Factors 1) nutrition 2) infectious disease 3) emotional well-being 4) heredity
scale error attempts to preform an action on a mini object the is impossible due to it's size -development (size) and cognition have not met up
scheme (schema) cognitive structure; a general way of knowing the world
assimilation process of fitting the world into one's existing schema
accommodation making adjustments to your schema as a result of new information
disequilibrium tension resulting from a competing schema -often what it takes to advance to a new stage
Created by: PsychEdu3