- be able to offer one example, from their own work, of developmental continuity, specifically connecting an early experience of loss or trauma with a known outcome in the development of a young child.
- be able to write a description—hypothetical or from their own life or work—of problem behavior in a young child, along with an explanation of why, all things considered in the life of that child, the behavior makes sense.
- be able to write one paragraph outlining the narrative of a particular child with whom he/she is acquainted, and connect the narrative to a particular present behavior of the child.
- be able to describe how an early experience that is not “remembered” in verbal memory, can emerge to affect current experience.
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