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The _____________ period is the first stage of prenatal development and begins with conception and ends with implantation in the uterus.

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The __________ period is the third stage of prenatal development characterized by rapid weight gain in the fetus and the fine detailing of body organs and systems.

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3.
A ____________ is an environmental agent that causes damage during prenatal development.

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4.
__________ refers to biological changes during adolescence that lead to an adult-sized body and sexual maturity.

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5.
___________ refers to prejudice or discrimination against an individual based on physical age.

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6.
The male ____________ refers to a period of time that usually begins in middle adulthood when men experience a gradual decline in the production of sperm and testosterone, and may notice unexpected weight gain, decline in sexual responsiveness, loss of muscle strength, and graying or loss of hair.

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7.
In Piaget's theory, _________________ is defined as the adjusting of old schemas or developing of new ones to better fit with new information.

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8.
________ ____________ is the Piagetian term for an infant's understanding that objects or people continue to exist even when they cannot be seen, heard, or touched directly.

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9.
___________ is the inability to consider another's point of view which Piaget considered a hallmark of the preoperational stage.

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10.
___________ is the understanding that certain physical characteristics remain unchanged even when their outward appearance changes.

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