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ECE Chapter 4

Understanding Children From Birth to Age 3

Attachment the strong emotional connection that develops between people.
Cognitive Development refers to mental processes used to gain knowledge.
Deferred Imitation whatching another person's behavior and then acting out that behavior later.
Development refers to change or growth that occurs in a child.
Fine Motor Development involves improvement of skills using the small muscles.
Gross Motor Development involves improvement of skills using the large muscles.
Infant a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk.
Maturation refers to a sequence of biological changes in a child.
Motor Sequence refers to the order in which a child is able to perform new movements.
Object Permanence understanding that objects contine to exist even if the infant cannot see them.
Physical Development refers to physical body changes.
Preschooler this term is often used to describe children ages 3-6.
Reflex an automatic body response to stimulus.
Separation Anxiety when a child protests because a familiar caregiver is leaving.
Social-Emotional Development refers to learning to relate to others, refining and expression of feelings.
Telegraphic Speech two-word phrases.
Temperament the quality and intensity of emotional reactions.
Toddler a child from age 1-3 years. (The name was given to this age group because of their awkward walking style.
Created by: kelly_bradford