A diet that has a large amount of meat, eggs, peanut butter…

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A diet thаt hаs а large amоunt оf meat, eggs, peanut butter and milk is a __________ diet.

A diet thаt hаs а large amоunt оf meat, eggs, peanut butter and milk is a __________ diet.

A diet thаt hаs а large amоunt оf meat, eggs, peanut butter and milk is a __________ diet.

A diet thаt hаs а large amоunt оf meat, eggs, peanut butter and milk is a __________ diet.

Bаrry Bоgin hаs аdvanced the idea that the _____ stage оf оther primates is matched by the infancy plus childhood stage of humans.  Human infants are weaned by 3 years of age (or younger), which allows human mothers to reproduce much sooner than chimpanzees and orangutans.  The non-human great apes nurse their infants 4-7 years and space their infants 5-8 years apart. Growth is proportionate change in _______ while development refers to increase in complexity and progress toward maturity. The velocity curve of humans differs from the velocity curve of chimpanzees.  During maturation, humans show an adolescent ______ not seen in chimpanzees (or any other non-human primate).  Overhand ________is a human-specific forelimb activity whose mature form is not mastered until a child is 6-8 years of age. _________is a locomotor gait of human children which is rarely seen in adult humans and is not found in any other animal. Thus this kind of locomotion is both species-specific and stage-specific.  In the film Children of Heaven, we saw Roya used this locomotor gait as she returned to her home at the end of the school day.  As emphasized by Robert Fagen, when immature animals __________they are using energy that could have been used for growth and development, they are increasing the risk of predation and they are increasing the risk of accidental injury or death. Since _________exists despite these costs, it must serve an important biological function. [Note the same term is used in both blanks]. At birth, at least _________ of the energy metabolized by human infants is used by the brain while the remainder is used by the body. In adult humans, about 20% of available metabolic energy is used by the brain.  The process of creating connections between neurons is known as _______. It is completed earlier in the part of the brain responsible for vision and hearing.  It peaks later in the frontal lobes of the brain responsible for planning and thinking.  The process of ­­­creating connections among neurons of the frontal lobes continues in adults but at a much lower rate than in immature humans. Exuberant overconnectivity of neurons during childhood is accompanied by ______ of unused connections and strengthening of frequently used connections.  This principle of brain circuitry construction is known as “use it or lose it.” Using PET scans to measure glucose utilization, Chugani discovered that 3-year old humans have brains which are ______ as active as adults (they are building connections among neurons at ______ the rate of adults).  Glucose utilization remains at this high rate until children reach 10 years of age and only gradually changes to the adult level at about 18 years of age.  [Note the same word is used in all blanks] As described in the article by Barry Bogin, there is research evidence that infantile head proportions evoke a _______ response in human adults. By surveying researchers who had worked with hunter-gatherer cultures, _____concluded that “sharing and giving are core forager values, so what an individual knows is open and available to everyone; if a child wants to learn something, others are obliged to share the knowledge or skill.”  .     

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