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Welsey Lewis

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3.A system of symbols used to communicate with others. In humans language is characterized by infinite generativity and rule systems.
4.Problem-solving skills and the ability to learn from and adapt to the experiences of everyday life.
7.A central feature of cognitive development, pertaining to all situations in which an individual retains information over time.
8.In Piaget's theory, an individual's incorporation of new information into her or his existing knowledge.
10.A decrease in marital satisfaction after children leave home, because parents derive considerable satisfaction from their children.
14.A child who is generally in a positive mood, who quickly establishes regular routines in infancy, and who adapts easily to new experiences.
17.The pattern of change that begins at conception and continues through the life cycle.
19.A person's age in terms of biological health.
20.A comparison group in an experiment that is treated in every way like the experimental group except for the manipulated factor.
21.A cry similar to the basic cry, with more excess air forced through the vocal chords (associated with exasperation or rage).
1.A person's genetic heritage; the actual genetic material.
2.An individual's ability to generate an infinite number of meaningful sentences using a finite set of words and rules, which makes language a highly creative enterprise.
5.Eight stages of psychosocial development unfold throughout the human life span. Each stage consists of a unique developmental task that confronts individuals with a crisis that must be faced.
6.A set of expectations that prescribes how females or males should think, act, and feel.
9.A chromosomally transmitted form of mental retardation, caused by the presence of an extra (47th) chromosome.
11.Bronfenbrenner's environmental system view of development, involving five environmental systems-microsystem, mesosystem, exosystem, macrosystem, and chronosystem. These emphasize the role of social contexts in development.
12.A child who tends to react negatively and cry frequently, who engages in irregular daily routines, and who is slow to accept new experiences.
13.In Piaget's theory, awareness that altering an object's or a substance's appearance does not change its basic properties.
15.In Piaget's theory, an individual's adjustment to new information.
16.The social dimension of being male or female.
18.Binet's measure of an individual's level of mental development, compared with that of others.

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