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11.Body size the key determinate of malnutrition in infancy. 12.Less than

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11.Body size is the key determinate of malnutrition in infancy.

 

 

12.Less than 1 percent of American children do not have adequate food.

 

 

13.Neurotransmitters are released by the terminal buttons.

 

 

14.The human brain consists of four hemispheres.

 

 

15.The neural plate develops into the brain and spinal cord.

 

 

16.Synaptic pruning significantly increases the number of neural connections in the brain.

 

 

17.Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) tracks blood flow in the brain.

 

 

18.Experience does not influence brain development.

 

 

19.To locomote means to move.

 

 

20.According to dynamic systems theory, once motor skills are originally organized, they do not change.

 

 

21.Handedness is unaffected by culture.

 

 

22.Of all the senses, the sense of smell is probably the least developed in infants.

 

 

23.Visual expansion is a form of depth perception based on the retinal size of an image.

 

 

24.The fact that coarser objects are perceived as further away than more solid objects forms the basis of the concept of linear perspective.

 

 

25.Most one-year-olds have a well-defined sense of self-concept.

 

 

 

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