- Identify three uses for a frequency distribution. Please provide realistic health related examples.
- Briefly identify the differences between a normal, positive and negative skew. How does this skew or distribution curve relate to standard error? What does the standard error mean for the results? Feel free to use and example to explain your answer.
• PRENATAL DEVELOPMENT • The Course of Prenatal Development
• Prenatal Tests
• Infertility and Reproductive Technology
• Hazards to Prenatal Development
• Prenatal Care
• BIRTH AND THE POSTPARTUM PERIOD • The Birth Process
• The Transition from Fetus to Newborn
• Low Birth Weight and Preterm Infants
• The Postpartum Period
Stories of Life-Span Development: The Jim and Jim Twins Jim Springer and Jim Lewis are identical twins. They were separated at 4 weeks of age and did
not see each other again until they were 39 years old. Both worked as part-time deputy sheriffs,
vacationed in Florida, drove Chevrolets, had dogs named Toy, and married and divorced women
named Betty. One twin named his son James Allan, and the other named his son James Alan.
Both liked math but not spelling, enjoyed carpentry and mechanical drawing, chewed their
fingernails down to the nubs, had almost identical drinking and smoking habits, had
hemorrhoids, put on 10 pounds at about the same point in development, first suffered headaches