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Prenatal exposures, such as high glucose, high fat, insulin, could be programming individuals towards obesity 

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true

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T or F: Information processing perspective focuses on cognitive development as gains in information, it looks at the myelination, synaptic pruning and frontal lobe development.

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True

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Ongoing myelination and synaptic pruning and frontal
lobe development underlie improvements in:
 Inhibition
 Information processing speed
 Implications for attention, memory, problem solving
 Attention becomes > selective, adaptable & planful


Which 'school of thought' has this view on cognitive development in the Middle childhood years?

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Info-Processing
Perspective

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if I am 10 years old hoe many servings of fruit _ and how many of veg, per day?

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2 fruit - 5 veg 

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which sex has greater flexibility, better sequential movements and earlier growth spurts?

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Girls

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Which sex has 5-10% more muscles, higher activity and aggression levels and great aerobic capacity and endurance?

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Boys

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rough and tumble play is more likely if:

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away from adults
open space
familiarity
male
8 – 10 years old

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'Play' is a UN human right - why is child-driven unstructured play so important?

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it fosters Creativity, imagination, freedom, exploration of own likes/dislikes, no risk of ‘failure’

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which parenting style is associated with more fruit and veg, less Junk

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Authoritative

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at what age do girls quire fat at a faster rate?

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around 8

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Based on BMI, what percentage over is considered obese?

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20%

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Nomadic ( cultures have rapid development of _______ ________.

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spatial reasoning

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Prenatal exposures, such as high glucose, high fat, insulin, could be programming individuals towards obesity 

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true

Q:

T or F: Information processing perspective focuses on cognitive development as gains in information, it looks at the myelination, synaptic pruning and frontal lobe development.

A:

True

Q:

Ongoing myelination and synaptic pruning and frontal
lobe development underlie improvements in:
 Inhibition
 Information processing speed
 Implications for attention, memory, problem solving
 Attention becomes > selective, adaptable & planful


Which 'school of thought' has this view on cognitive development in the Middle childhood years?

A:

Info-Processing
Perspective

Q:

if I am 10 years old hoe many servings of fruit _ and how many of veg, per day?

A:

2 fruit - 5 veg 

Q:

which sex has greater flexibility, better sequential movements and earlier growth spurts?

A:

Girls

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Q:

Which sex has 5-10% more muscles, higher activity and aggression levels and great aerobic capacity and endurance?

A:

Boys

Q:

rough and tumble play is more likely if:

A:

away from adults
open space
familiarity
male
8 – 10 years old

Q:

'Play' is a UN human right - why is child-driven unstructured play so important?

A:

it fosters Creativity, imagination, freedom, exploration of own likes/dislikes, no risk of ‘failure’

Q:

which parenting style is associated with more fruit and veg, less Junk

A:

Authoritative

Q:

at what age do girls quire fat at a faster rate?

A:

around 8

Q:

Based on BMI, what percentage over is considered obese?

A:

20%

Q:

Nomadic ( cultures have rapid development of _______ ________.

A:

spatial reasoning

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