Describe the difference between a correlational study and an experiment. What does each measure? Provide an example of how nature and nurture interact to influence developmental outcomes. Describe the concept of object permanence and how it is assessed. How is reaching this milestone reflected in infant cognition? How do children’s cognitive abilities change from early to middle childhood? Describe one line of research to support this. Choose ONE of the developmental approaches or theorists covered in this course that you find most interesting. Describe the core assumptions of your selected approach. What does this theory contribute to our understanding of development? How is it applicable today? Include examplesE2. Describe the general timeline of prenatal development, beginning with fertilization through birth. Be sure to characterize germinal, embryonic and fetal stages (8 pts).E3. Each stage of life comes with a different set of characteristics, goals and challenges. From a developmental perspective, what can older and younger generations learn from each other? Relate your response to course concepts.