1. Often the last step of the scientific method is to make the findings available so that other researchers can repeat, or ______, the research.
2. A developmentalist who bases his conclusions on intensive study of one child is using the ______ method.
3. The ability for the body or BRAIN to adapt to changes caused by trauma, damage, or illness like being able to re-wire itself is known as ______.
4. Though Jesse spent most of his growing years in a succession of foster homes after enduring abuse and neglect, his disposition in cheerful and his relationships are healthy and fulfilling. According to developmentalists, he exhibits ______ (the ability to overcome or bounce from adversity) despite his early experiences
5.When differences between the experimental group and the control group are so large that they could not have occurred simply by chance, they are considered to be ______.
6.The practice of educating children with special needs alongside typically developing children is called ______.
7.A researcher interested in examining whether a memory training program can improve the memory skills of elderly individuals tested his program by dividing a group of elders into two groups. The group that received the memory training was the ______ group. Memory skills at the end of the training are referred to as the dependent variable.