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when choosing a name for a child,how could a parent best use this study to help ensure the child's normal social development? 1]keepin mind that other characteristics are more important than the name. 2]try not to choose an ethnic name. 3] consider an unusual name because it will havepositive results. 4]choose popular name to ensure that the child gets along with others. 5]give the child a neutral name to prevent shyness.

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  1. Choose a name the child can live with when he/she is 20 or 50 or 80.

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  2. i think 4 is correct

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  3. keepin mind that other characteristics are more important than the name.

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