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Researchers at the local university are looking for two groups of participants for a research project. They are looking for children from 2 to 6 and those aged 7 to 12. What terms will the
researchers use to describe children who are within these age ranges? (Points : 1) Toddler and middle childhood Early childhood and middle childhood Early childhood and later childhood Middle childhood and later childhood
Early childhood and middle childhood
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User: Researchers at the local university are looking for two groups of participants for a research project. They are looking for children from 2 to 6 and those aged 7 to 12. What terms will the researchers use to describe children who are within these age ranges? (Points : 1) Toddler and middle childhood Early childhood and middle childhood Early childhood and later childhood Middle childhood and later childhood

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