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    Continuous and Discontinuious Prenatal Development

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    Give an example that illustrates how prenatal development is continuous and another example of how it is discontinuous. What are the critical differences between continuous and discontinuous development?

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    Continuous development describes a process of cognitive/psychological or sometimes even physical development that doesn't just suddenly occur, but rather occurs at a gradual pace. An example of this would be the development of the proficiency of wielding language, especially in adult life. As we expose ourselves to a new language, over time, we get better and better at using it.

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    The expert examines the continuous and discontinuous prenatal development.

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