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Range of Reaction: Definition & Child Development Psychology

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In terms of the concept of reaction range, what is the role of genes?

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1. In terms of the concept of reaction range, what is the role of the environment?

2. Which of these is the BEST environment for developing a child's intelligence?

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These fun assessments make it easy to gauge your knowledge of the reaction range concept. By taking the interactive quiz or completing the printable worksheet, you can check your comprehension of the role of the environment and genes in the concept of reaction range, the best environment for developing a child's intelligence and the problem some scientists have with range of reaction.

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This quiz and worksheet can test your understanding of the following:

  • Role of genes as related to the concept of reaction range
  • Best environment for developing a child's intelligence
  • Role of the environment as it relates to the concept of reaction range
  • Reason intelligence is a good example of range of reaction in child development psychology
  • What some scientists find problematic about range of reaction

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  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about intelligence as an example of the range of reaction concept and what some scientists find problematic about range of reaction
  • Reading comprehension - read and pull essential information from the accompanying lesson covering the meaning of range of reaction and its relationship to child development psychology

Additional Learning

This quiz and worksheet are accompanied by a short lesson you can access at your convenience to learn more about range of reaction. The lesson is called Range of Reaction: Definition & Child Development Psychology and covers the following:

  • How nature and nurture differ
  • Similarities and differences between genotypes and phenotypes
  • How the concept of reaction range can be applied to athletic ability
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