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Chapter 15

Growth and Development

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Infancy (Birth to 1 year) learning to walk, to eat solid foods, to talk and communicate with others, emotional relationship with caregiver, stable sleep/ feeding patterns
Toddlerhood (1 to 3 years) Tolerating separation from caregivers, gaining control of bowels/ bladder, using more words, less dependent
Preschool (3 to 6 years) better able to communicate, self-care activities, difference between gender, right from wrong and wrong from right, plays with others, family relationships
Middle Childhood (6 to 8 years) social and physical needs, getting along, behaviours and attitude, basic learning, conscience and morals, good feeling about self
Late Childhood (9 to 12 years) becoming independent, keeping relationships, social roles of genders, balance, how to study
Adolescence (12 to 18 years) accepting changes in ones body, independent, breast size, hair, deepening of voice, widening of hips
Young adulthood (18- 40 years) further education, selecting partner, becoming parents, sex life
Middle Adulthood (40- 65 years) Physical changes, grown- up children, leisure activities, aging parents
Late Adulthood (65 years and older) decrease in physical, reduced income, coping with death, new friends, preparing for one's own death
Changes in psychological and social functioning are called Development
the stage of infancy is the first 1 year of life
which reflexes in the infant are needed for feeing the rooting and sucking reflexes
solid foods are usually given to an infant during the Fifth month to the seventh month
the toddler can use a spoon and cup
playing with other children begins during The preschool years
peer group activities become more important at the age of 10 to 12 years
Reproductive organs begin to function and secondary sex characteristics appear during Puberty
dating usually begins with "crowed" dating
Adolescence is usually a time when parents and children disagree
which of the following is developmental task of young adulthood choosing an occupation
Middle adulthood is about 40 to 65 years
Middle adulthood is usually a time when Children have grown up and leave home
Created by: mackenziemarie21