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1.The four common behavioral states of newborns are alert inactivity, sleeping, waking activity, and _____.
2.A(n) _____ cry begins with a sudden loud burst, which is followed by a long pause and a gasp.
3.In newborns, rapid eye movement (REM) sleep is also referred to as _____ sleep.
4.Surgency, negative affect, and effortful control are three dimensions of_____.
5.The _____ is a cell that specializes in receiving and transmitting information.
6.The _____ is the wrinkled surface portion of the brain that regulates many human functions.
7._____ wraps around axons and speeds up neural transmission.
8._____ refers to the extent to which brain organization is flexible.
9.Experience-_____ growth focuses on brain changes not linked to a specific point in development and that which varies across cultures.
10.The early, unsteady form of walking is called _____.
11.The mastery of the component skills needed to walk is referred to as involving _____.
12.A researcher who is trying to determine the smallest pattern that infants can dependably distinguish with their eyes is studying visual _____.
13.Motion _____ uses the speed of objects to determine distance.
14._____ cues are all ways in which depth perception is conveyed in drawings and other visual images.
15.Intersensory _____ refers to information that is presented simultaneously to different sensory modes.