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Life Stages

QuestionAnswer
most productive life stage early adulthood
makes decisions based on logic early childhood
puberty occurs adolescence
bowel and bladder training occurs early childhood
likes to have a routine early childhood
most dramatic growth and development infancy
visual acuity is at its best late childhood
begins to recognize others infancy
age that birth weight triples one year
physical changes begin to occur middle adulthood
stranger anxiety occurs infancy
physical development declines late adulthood
stress can be caused by retirement or death of a spouse late adulthood
temper tantrums occur early childhood
self-centered infancy
short term memory declines late adulthood
family relationships decline because children leave the home middle adulthood
move from peer groups and associate with people of similar interests early adulthood
makes basic sounds infancy
suicide is one of leading causes of death adolescence
preadolescence late childhood
more adult-like appearance early childhood
development of secondary sexual characteristics puberty
using a reasonable excuse for something to avoid the real reason for the behavior rationalization
placing the blame for your actions onto someone or something else projection
transferring the blame from one person to someone else displacement
substitution of one goal for another compensation
basic needs necessary for life physiological
feeling safe and secure in your environment safety and security
a feeling of belonging love and affection
reaching your full potential self-actualization
feeling respected esteem
lack of something required or desired need