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Mary, age 2, was in anaccident and suffered brain damage. The right side of her brain was able to function for the area of the left brain that was damaged. This is due to
a) lateralization
b) flexibility
c) plasticity
d) none

When one area of the brain dominates another area of the brain in order to complete a certain function it is due to
a) lateralization
b) flexibility
c) plasticity
d) none

Ordinary stimulation that stimulates the senses, such as reading a book, is known as
a) experience dependent stimulation
b) experience expectant stimulation
c) none
d) also none

REM is extremely important because
a) the central nervous system is stimulated during this phase.
b) it strengthens the eye muscles.
c) it provides a very relaxed type of sleep.
d) none

The latest recommendation(s) for parents to help prevent SIDS is/are
a) lay the baby on their back to sleep
b) do not co-sleep if you are a smoker
c) neither of the above
d) both answers 1 and 2

If a child is misbehaving and the mother threatens to take away one of their toys. This is known as _____
a) unconditioned response
b) negative punishment
c) conditioned response
d) none

Joe is able to pick up his Cheerios using his finger and opposing thumb. He is using his
a) pincer grasp
b) proximodistal grasp
c) gross motor development
d) none

When the same stimulus is repeated over and over and the response gradually declines, this is known as
a) recovery
b) unconditioned response
c) habituation
d) none

Andrew's mother plays peek-a-boo with Andrew. Later in the day she observes Andrew placing his hands over his eyes and then removing them. This is an example of
a) habituation
b) deferred imitation
c) conditioned response
d) none

A stimulus that elicits a response in the absence of any learning (an inborn response such as salivating) is called a(n)
a) unlearned stimulus
b) learned stimulus
c) unconditioned stimulus
d) none

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