The negative outcome of Erikson's midlife stage, stagnation, focuses on __________.
__________ is the best available predictor of infant survival and healthy development.
In operant conditioning, a stimulus that increases the occurrence of a response is called a __________.
If learning has occurred in classical conditioning, and the neutral stimulus by itself produces a response similar to the reflexive response, the neutral stimulus is then called a __________.
The more a mental ability depends on __________ intelligence, the earlier it starts to decline.