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HS-I G&D

HS-I (kjb) G&D review

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What are environmental substances that can damage embryo/fetus? teratogen
The period from conception to birth is known as? prenatal
LIFE STAGE FROM BIRTH TO 12 MONTHS? Infancy
LIFE STAGE FROM 1-6YRS? Young childhood
LIFE STAGE FROM 6-11 YRS? Late (middle) childhood
LIFE STAGE FROM 11-20? Adolescent
LIFE STAGE FROM 20-40 ? (Early)Young adulthood
LIFE STAGE FROM 40-60? Middle adulthood
LIFE STAGE FROM 60 AND UP Late adulthood
ERICKSON’S THEORY STATES WHAT happens to unresolved conflicts? They have to be dealt with later
WHAT LIFE STAGE EXPERIENCe TRUST VS MISTRUST? Infancy
WHEN FRIENDS BECOME IMPORTANT? Late childhood
WHY DOES MENTAL DEVELOPMENT INCREASE RAPIDLY DURING LATE CHILDHOOD? centers around school
ILLNESS CAN INTERFER WITH MEETING WHAT NEEDS? physiological, esteem, safety
WHAT IS PALLITIVE CARE? Comfort measures
WHAT IS THE MORO REFLEX? startle
WHAT IS THE ROOT REFLEX? Turns head to stimulation
WHAT IS THE GRASP (Palmer) REFLEX hold on
What life stage rSPOND TO DISCOMFORTS BY CRYING? infancy
What life stage learns bowel and bladder control early childhood
What life stage is MORE GROUP-ORIENTED AND FORM GROUPS with MEMBERS OF OWN SEX? late child
What life stage FEMALES EXPERIENCE MENOPAUSE? middle adult
What life stage MAKE DECISIONS BASED ON LOGIC? late child
What life stage SPEND LESS TIME WITH FAMILY AND MORE WITH PEERS adolescence
What life stage Cooperative play? early childhood
Begins to show preference for right/left hand? early childhood
According to Maslow, obtaining life’s goals is called? self-actualization
Name of the scale that rates newborns at 1 min & 5 min? APGAR
A condition characterized by a lack of clotting factor Hemophilia
A condition known as Trisomy 21 and is characterized by having a short/broad, hand with single palmer crease, sloping forehead, Down's Syndrome
A genetic disease that affects infants mentally & physically with life expectancy of 4-5 years Tay-Sachs
A genetic disease that affects only males Klinefelter Syndromw
A genetic disease that affects only females Turner's Syndrome
A genetic disease e with abnormally thick mucus Cystic Fibrosis
A genetic disease where a person cannot metabolize an one of the amino acids Phenyketonuria(PKU)
DEALS WITH INDEPENDENCE, CAREER CHOICES, SELECTS A MARITAL PARTNER, AND STARTS A FAMILY early adult
SECONDARY SEXUAL CHARACTERISTICS DEVELOP IN BOTH MALES AND FEMALES Adolescence
FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS OFTEN DECLINE AS chiLDREN BEGIN THEIR OWN LIVES AND PARENTS DIE middle adult
Created by: kbailey