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Chapter 9 vocab

Life Span Development

Adolescent a child 12-18 years of age
Fontanelles soft spot on infants head where bone plates have not fused together.Allows head to pass through birth canal
Infant A child 1 month - 1 year
Life expectancy average length of years remaining based on the individual year of birth
maximum Life span theoretically the longest period of time for an organism to live
Menopause permanent end of menstruation and fertility,which usually occurs in a woman late 40's or 50's
Neonate A child from birth to 1 month
Nocturnal enuresis involuntary bed wetting
preschooler A child 3-6 years of age
Puberty the time in which sexual organs mature during addolescence
Reflex an instantaneous and involuntary movement resulting from a stimulus
school-age child A child 6-12 years
Toddler A child 1-3 years of age
Created by: Pamilee3733