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see NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT.

development

The process of improving raw land.

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Although many studies on bilingualism refer to cognitive development, they appear to take the meaning of the term cognition for granted.
Spans aspects of cognitive development from infancy to the onset of adolescence
Such play is a way of engaging with peers that is beneficial for cognitive development, Gauvain said.
When their children reached 17 months of age, researchers administered a Bayley infant developmental scale test, which relies on puzzles, pretend play, and baby "memory" challenges to gauge youngsters' cognitive development.
The study concluded the following; "Meta-analysis indicated that, after adjustment for appropriate key cofactors, breastfeeding was associated with significantly higher scores for cognitive development than was formula feeding.
This book will show the early childhood professional how to educate the whole child, covering all of the domains of child development, which include physical, social/emotional, and cognitive development.
This study offers clear evidence of a detrimental effect of prenatal exposure [to PAHs] on child cognitive development," comments Kimberly Yolton of Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
Cognitive development in preschool children prenatally exposed to PCBs and MeHg.
Reductions of this type have been associated in many other studies with reductions in cognitive development, learning and health.
The research question was whether the timing and severity of the ice storm during pregnancy affected the cognitive development of children.
The researchers observe that unlike some previous research on prenatal cocaine exposure and its effect on cognitive development, their study was prospective, included a large sample, had high retention rates and controlled for a number of potentially confounding variables.

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