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Imaginary Play common in preschooler play
food jags wanting only the same food choice over and over. common in todller age group
idenity vs role confusion adolescent trying to figure out who they are
pincer grasp develops after palmer grasp. seen in older infant
negativism constant "NO" to everything
Erickson's Theories explains psychsocial development of the child
Expected gross motor development of a 3 yr old able to ride tricycle able to balance on one foot for at least 3 sec
denver developmental test screening tool used to id at risk child for early intervention
temper tantrums out butrst of frustration that can be avoided if child is given taks they can master.
stranger anxiety observed in the infant when they are able to recognize people who do not give primary care
Piaget's theories explaniation on how a child learns - cognitive development
formal operations congitive developmental milestone of the adolescent. Teen is able to critically think.
food pyramid diagrams child friendly food choices and appropiate serving sizes
concrete operations cognitive milestone for the school age child. able to only think concretely.
Proximodistal direction direction in which fine motor movement develops
object permanence infants ablity to recognized object is still present even if it is not visualized
fear of body mutilation common fear of a preschool child. explains why they like bandaids
Tanner Stages classification system of sexual maturity
body image major concern for the adolescent
separation anxiety Seen around age 6 month when infant realizes main care giver is not present
cephalocaudal direction direction of gross motor development
industry vs inferiority erickson's psychsocial delvelopmental stage for the school age child. likes to meet expectations set by others
cooperative play play seen in school age child and adolescent. Play is organized and has specific roles and rules.
trust vs mistrust psychosocial development of the infant. Infant learns main caregiver will meet their needs
physiological anorexia common finding in todller due to decrese growth rate
imaginary friends common in preschooler due to magical thinking
Peers have the greastes influence influence on adolescent
rolls from prone to supine 4 months of age
rolls from supine to prone 5 months of age
sight development in the infant sees black & white initally better
birth weight doubles in the infant at this age 6 months of age
period of high growth rate infant and adolescent
approach to use when feeding a toddler quality vs quantiy
age group that wants to meet expectations and follow rules school age
age group that demonstrates risk taking behaviors adolescent
age child is able to stand on one foot for at least 3 seconds and ride tricycle age 3 yrs
"tummy time" place infant prone for 15 minutes several times a day while awake to encourage gross motor development
accepteance of friends of same sex is important school age child
able to lift head and chest when prone age 2 months
is learning to delay gratification preschool age child
is learning to tell time school age child
using an event to judge time is helpful preschool age child
Created by: NURS390