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Child abuse can be broadly defined as an adult causing serious physical or psychological harm to a child.
Child abuse can be broadly defined as an adult causing serious physical or psychological harm to child. TRUE.
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Which of the following is true about the benefits of positive peer interactions in inclusive child care?
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When you are stressed, you are more likely to ______________. A&M
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When you are stressed, you are more likely to feel overwhelmed, fatigued, nervous, and sad.


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In general, children with and without disabilities are more alike than they are different.
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When you are stressed, you are more likely to ______________. Question 10 options: React to children in ways that will damage the caregiver-child relationship Set a bad example for how children should interact with one another Both A&B None of the above
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__________ is an effective strategy you can use to intentionally teach social skills. Question 9 options: Modeling Singing Using prompts Playing games All of the above
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All of the above is an effective strategy you can use to intentionally teach social skills.
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