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Emergency Care 12th

Chap 7 Life Span Development

adolescence stage of life from 13-18
bonding the sense that your needs will be met
early adulthood 19-40
infancy birth to 1 year
late adult hood 61 and older
middle adult hood 40-60
moro reflex when startled, infants throw their arms out, spreads fingers, then grabs with fingers and arms
palmar reflex when you place your finger in an infants palm they grasp it
preschool age 3-5
rooting reflex when you touch a hungry infants cheek, they will turn their head toward the side that was touched
scaffolding building on what one already knows
school age 6-12
sucking reflex when you stroke a hungry infants lips they will start sucking
temperament the infants reaction to his enviroment
toddler phase ` 12-36 months
trus vs. mistrust concept developed from an orderly, predictable environment versus a disorderly, irregular environment.
Created by: LacyJay87