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At what age does the brain reach its adult size?
The frontal lobes of the brain become more developed between 10 and 12 years of age, leading to improvements in logic, planning, and memory.
What contributes to increases in information processing speed and the child’s reaction time in the brain during ages 6 to 12?
Children’s physical growth rates during middle childhood are generally fast and unpredictable.
According to the text, what does being overweight in childhood increase the risk of?
Parents’ recognition of their children as overweight aligns closely with official cutoffs for childhood obesity.
Multiple Choice: What is suggested as a more effective approach than dieting for improving a child’s health and well-being, according to the text?
Recess and Physical Education (PE) are unimportant for school-age children’s physical fitness.
How many minutes per week of physical activity in elementary and middle school meet PE guidelines according to the text?
According to the text, what benefits have been linked to children’s participation in sports?
The study on children’s sports in the United States found that fathers are more likely to support their daughters than their sons.
According to the recent Sport Policy and Research Collaborative report, what disturbing trend is highlighted regarding children and physical activity?
What is the main difference between recess and physical education (PE) programs?
What is the primary concern regarding organized sports during middle childhood?
What did the U. S. Soccer Federation advise coaches to do to enhance children’s engagement in sports?
What is a common symptom of anxiety in children that may be missed if they keep their worries to themselves?
Girls, according to Sabo and Veliz’s study, are more likely to have never participated in any type of sport.
The impact of PTSD on children is often characterized by heightened physiological arousal, survivor guilt, and emotional liability.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is diagnosed only in adulthood due to the late onset of symptoms.
The DSM-5 combines separate conditions like Autistic disorder, Asperger’s syndrome, and PDD-NOS into a single diagnosis called Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Nutritional interventions have consistently been shown to be effective for treating Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD).
Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) is still officially used as a diagnosis in the DSM-5.
Leading a healthy lifestyle, including a healthful diet and physical activity, is considered irrelevant in managing symptoms of mental health disorders in children.