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Gross Motor Development
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Bone increases in size before it increases in ________________.
This developmental theory emerged through the work of _______________ and her colleagues.
According to dynamical systems theory, the ______________ is as important as the organism.
Newborns have a shallow ______________, resulting in a relatively unstable hip.
______________ righting on body occurs when the infant's head is turned to the side and the body log rolls.
According to neural maturationist theory primitive ______________ are the building blocks of development.
Moving on hands and knees
According to dynamical systems theory, movements are ______________ .
When you tip the body in any direction, the head rights to ______________ .
Single leg standing begins by age ______________ .
When testing ______________ reactions, the support surface moves under the body (i.e. tilt board).
Catching oneself during a fall is a ______________ reaction.
Reflexive standing and stepping typically disappear around age ______________ months.
In a standing position, lower extremities of the ______________ are in a genu varus position.
According to this developmental theory, movements emerge as an interactions between subsystems and the environment.
Newborn infants are often seen curled up in a fetal position; this is known as physiological ______________ .
Food finding reflex
By age 2, most children are able to ______________ down off a small step.
Walking along furniture while holding on.
According to the neural-maturaionist theory, development is driven by the ______________ system.
Children are usually able to walk up ______________ before they can walk down.
Most infants are able to ______________ from prone to supine by six months.
ATNR is also known as the ______________ reflex
Babies exhibit reflexive ______________ until approximately 2 months of age.
Infants typically achieve head control at approximately ______________ months.
Many preschoolers walk with ______________ ______________ .
Most infants have taken their first step by ______________ months.
By age 5, this organ has reached approximately 90% of its adult size.
Sideways and backward protective extension are usually tested in ______________ .
When testing ______________ reactions, the body moves over a support surface (i.e. perturbation).
The brain more than ______________ in size in the first year of life.
Toddlers usually do not have well-developed ______________ .
Femoral ______________ is 30˚ at birth and decreases with normal development.
Long bones grow at the ______________ plate.
According to cognitive theory, ______________ drives development.
Infants are typically able to sit independently at approximately ______________ months.
Early catching involves the child extending her arms and ______________ the ball against her chest.
This reflex is elicited by stroking the paravertebral skin.
Tilting reactions and postural fixation are both examples of ______________ reactions.
Gross motor red flag
Cognitive theory assumes that motor behavior is ______________ through interaction with the environment.
Neural maturationist theory states that development is ______________ and occurs in a predictable order.
This reflex may be elicited by applying pressure to the palm of the hand or ball of the foot.
Infants typically begin creeping on hands and knees at approximately ______________ months.
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