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Psych 210

Chap 3

babinski toes fan out
blink eyes close in response to light and noise
moro babies arms throw out and in to loud noise or head falling
palmar grasps object placed in hand
rooting turns head towards stroking and opens mouth
stepping steps rythmically when held upward
sucking sucks objects placed in mouth
withdrawal withdraws foot when pricked with needle
apgar muscle tone, skin tone, hearbeat, breathing, reflexes7+ good 4-6 needs special attention 3- immediate emergency
NBA neonatal behavioral assessment scale evaluates autonomic, motor, state, and social
alert inactivity baby is calm eyes are open and attentive and inspecting
waking activity babies eyes are open, unfocused, arms and legs move uncoordinated
crying baby cries with agitated motion
sleeping alternates from still to moving and breathing changes eyes closed
basic cry softly to intense-the baby needs something
mad cry more intense
pain cry suddne long burst of crying to long pause with gasping
temperament consistent style or pattern of behaviors
neuron cell that receives and transmits information
cell body keeps neuron alive
dendrite receives input
axon transmits input
terminal buttons release the neurotransmitters
dynamic systems theory motor development involves many skills organized and reorganized over time to meet demands of specific tasks
visual acuity clarity of vision by patterns
kinetic cues motion estimates depth
visual expansion objects closer fill retina
motion parallax closer objects move faster
retinal disparity left and right eye see different versions
intersensory redundancy information is presented simutaneously to different modes
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