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Peds Grow&Dev Ch 15+

Peds Test on Wong's Ch 15&16

School-Age: stage for Freud is Latency - girls play with girls
School-Age: age is 6 to 12 (1st grade thru 6th grade)
School-Age: Erickson stage is called Industry vs Inferiority-like to learn, get sense of accomplishment
School-Age: Piaget stage is called concrete operations-begins to solve problems, know L&R, some logic starts,
Concrete Operations: classifications put things in groups, love collections
Concrete Operations: reading- beginning to read, love it
School-Age: Kohlberg rule breaking-know right from wrong; learn intention
School-Age 6-8 year gross motor incr. dexterity, ride a bike;
School-Age 6-8 year fine motor writing - still slow
School-Age 6-8 year likes simple food prep, bath, still same sex play
School-Age 9-12 year gross motor movement for fluid and coordinated
School-Age 9-12 year fine motor write faster, cursive writing is taught
School-Age 9-12 year cognitive reasoning
School-Age 9-12 year social becoming independent; do well with reward system, some mixed sex play, become modest
School-Age 9-12 year nutrition promote healthy nutrition & balance; pay attention
School-Age 9-12 year exercise need movement, be active, limit TV
School-Age 9-12 year dental begin losing baby teeth, reinforce brushing
School-Age 9-12 year sleep need full nite
School-Age 9-12 year sex ed should understand birds & bees, body changes begin
Injury prevention-rolling toys: bikes & skateboards, LAW:USE HELMENTS; Teach street safety
Injury prevention-burns teach: STOP-DROP-ROLL; WATCH-playing w/fire
Injury prevention-firearms secure them, be sure not loaded
Ego-centricity relates to world revolvs around them, thinks everyone is watching
Adolescence is age Teens - 13 to 20 years
Adolescence Goal to be independent
Adolescence Freud stage Genital-hormones fly
Adolescence Erickson stage Identity vs Role Confusion; who/what they are vs flop/flop
Adolescence Piaget stage Formal Operations-start abstract thinking, ie problem solve in mind;
Adolescence Kohlberg stage post conventional-learn basic principals to live by
Adolescence 12 - 14 growth-girls biological changes, breast buds, mensteration
Menarchy-/irregular periods are begins puberty/normal
Girls 12- 14 growth spert begins before puberty, around 11-12
Adolescence 12 - 14 growth-boys biological changes start before girls, increase testicular volumn, hair, voice changes
Boys-puberty begins with an erection & ejaculation
Boys grow to adult size how out to in:hands/feet first, then body catches up, they lose co-ordination
Adolescence 12 to 14 cognative begin with abstract thinking
Adolescence 12 - 14 identity issues pre-occupied with body changes, peers important
Adolescence 12 to 14 Parents need to define boundaries
Adolescence 14 - 17 cognative thinking more abstract thinking; adopt causes, very philosophical
Adolescence 14 - 17 identity issues still self centered and ego centric; very idealistic
Adolescence 14 to 17 Parent conflict-want independence and control; begin to detach
Adolescence 14 to 17 Peers strong prescence, fear of rejection, start dating
Adolescence 17 to 20 cognative think long term
Adolescence 17 to 20 identity more secure, have self esteem, learned social roles
Adolescence 17 to 20 Parent can seperate
Adolescence 17 to 20 Peers not as important as in younger teen years
Adolescence teaching is/risk taking behaviour difficult/they do crazy things
Adolescence feelings of immortality
Adolescence - futuristic thinking here and now is important
Adolescence Sleep need more sleet now, may nap again
Adolescence Acne because/what helps hormones flying, stay clean and good diet help
Body piercing/tatoos - WATCH FOR: Hep C-lives in ink; recommend individual ink;
Sun Tanning - recommended? NO
Injury prevention - sports/auto sports-proper eqpt/auto-new driver, limit passengers, seat belts, limit nite time driving
Adolescence - Brain: Last thing to form/AGE judgement & common sense/Age 20 to 25
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