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Unit 8 HST

Growth and Development

QuestionAnswer
Adolescence The time between puberty and adulthood - rapid growth of physical and social maturity
Development Changes in mental, emotional and social function
Developmental Task A skill that must be completed during a stage of development
Ejaculation The release of semen
Growth The physical changes that are measured and occur in a steady, orderly manner
Infancy The first year of live
Menarche The first menstruation and the start of the menstrual cycle
Menopause The time with menstruation stops and menstrual cycle ends
Primary Caregiver The person mainly responsible for providing or assisting with the child's basic needs
Puberty The period when reproductive organs begin to function and secondary sex characteristics appear
Reflex An involuntary movement
Created by: hicksp