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September 26th 2014

TermDefinition
Reflex An automatic body response to a stimulus. At birth, an infant's physical abilities are limited to reflexes.
Motor Sequence Order in which a child is able to perform new movements. Motor sequence depends on the development of the brain and nerves.
Object Permanence An understanding that objects continue to exist even if a person cannot see them.
Deferred Imitation Watching another person's behavior, then acting out that behavior. This occurs between eighteen and twenty-four months.
Telegraphic Speech Two-word phrases used by toddlers when they first begin to combine words.
Temperament Quality and intensity of children's emotional reactions to their environment, such as passivity, irritability, and activity patterns.
Attachment The strong emotional connection that develops between people.
Separation Anxiety A child's difficulty in separating from parents, often occurring between 6 and 15 months of age.
Created by: nancy0415