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A child may grow as much as 1/4 inch
a) in a month
b) overnight
c) in 2 weeks
d) in 5 months

The growth pattern where infants grow and gain motor control starting with their heads and progressing down their bodies to their feet is called
a) proximodistal
b) central nervous system
c) cephalocaudal
d) midbrain

Brainstem and midbrain are fairly well established
a) at 12 months of age
b) at birth
c) at 3 years of age

Basic brain cells are called
a) cortex
b) myelin
c) brain cells
d) neurons

What are the 3 important types of changes neurons undergo?
a) Proliferation, Migration, Differentiation
b) differentiation, sensation, sensory processing
c) migration, differentiation, proliferation
d) proliferation, forming synapses, migration

neurons become insulated with
a) glial
b) synapses
c) myelin
d) cortex

What is brain lateralization?
a) When brain stops working
b) process by which one hemisphere of the brain comes to dominate the other
c) both hemispheres work well
d) One hemisphere becomes weaker than the other

At birth the brain is_______% of its adult size
a) 25%
b) 50%
c) 75%
d) 10%

After birth cortex of the brain is responsible for
a) thinking, planning, moving
b) speaking, learning, walking
c) sensation, thinking, motor response
d) learning and movement

Synapses are
a) Avenues that connect individual nerve cells to each other
b) Avenues that seperate each nerve cell
c) Avenue that seperate two nerve cells
d) Avenue that forns bonds with two or more nerve cells

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