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Lifespan EOC Final Review
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human immunodeficiency virus which causes AIDS
when the baby is in an upright rather than a head-down position through birth
surgical procedure to remove the baby from the womb
very low birthweight
babies that weigh less than 3.5lbs at birth
labor that is hastened by medical intervention rather than occurring naturally
fetal alcohol syndrome(FAS)
conditions such as cognitive disabilities caused by prenatal exposure to alcohol
babies that weigh less than 5.8lbs at birth
sexually transmitted infections(STIs)
infectious illnesses spread primarily through sexual contact
delivery of a deceased baby
when the baby's flow of oxygen is somehow interrupted during the birth process
disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus, which destroys the body's immune system
emotional connection that a parent or caregiver develops with a baby
piaget's first stage of cognitive development that begins with reflexes and ends with the use of symbols
understanding that people, places. or objects still exist even when they are out of sight or can no longer be heard or touched
reactions to foods that are unpleasant, such as digestive or behavioral problems
when infants play alone without interacting with others
when a baby observes and focuses on an object or activity
when the stomach is raised off the floor and movement is achieved by moving the hands and knees to pull the body forward
shaken baby syndrome
brain injury that occurs as a result of shaking an infant
autonomy versus shame and doubt
eriksons's stage in which young children begin to see themselves as separate from their caregivers, without feelings of embarrassment or uncertainity
emotional episode of upset behavior usually experienced by a toddler that may involve yelling and crying
when caregivers and older peers or siblings help children learn at their level
children between the ages of 1 and 3 years
substances that when given in liquid or shot form, produce or boost immunity to a specific disease such as measles or mumps
industry versus inferiority
erikson's stage when children develop a sense of self-confidence by displaying skill, without feelings of inadequacy
condition that results in difficulty seeing objects that are far away
act of intimidating, threatening, or hurting someone else, often over a period of time
refers to foods that are rich in vitamins and minerals and contain relatively few calories
proportion of body fat to lean mass (muscle, bone, and water) in a person's body
eye condition that results in difficulty seeing objects that are near
high amount of body fat in relation to lean body mass
developmental reading disorder characterized by difficulty understanding and recognizing letters, symbols, and sentence meanings
excessive amount of body fat
placement of special needs students who show the ability to keep up with the curriculum into a regular
concrete operational stage
piaget's third stage of cognitive development in which children think logically based on past experiences
clogging of the arteries with plaque
term used to describe growths or tumors that are noncancerous
gibing back to future generations by passing on cultural values and traditions
term used to describe growths or tumors that are cancerous
abnormal function of the heart or blood vessels
when adults are caring for needs of both their aging parents and their own children at the same time
giving back to future generations by passing on work knowledge, skills, and cultural values
progressive bone loss when calcium is depleted, causing bones to become brittle and more porous
giving back to future generations by having and raising kids
giving back to future generations by participating in children's lives through passing on knowledge, skills, and cultural values
fatty substance that clogs veins and arteries
what is an example of gross motor skills
crawling across the room
changes that occur in sensation, perception, memory, thought, reasoning, and language refer to ______________ development.
according to maslow's theory of human needs, the final level, _____________, is to fully realize one;s own potential.
according to erikson, children in the elementary school years must master important social and academic skills and resolve the conflict of ____________.
industry versus inferiority
researchers use __________ studies to obtain information that describes people and situations, such as their ages, attitudes, or behaviors.
researchers use __________ studies to compare groups of various ages at the same time
a husband and wife and their biological children is an example of a(n) ____________ family
several generations living under one roof is an example of a(n) ___________ family.
during the _______ stage of the family life cycle, many couples often face an empty nest when the last child leaves home.
when the economy is in a(n) __________ mode, unemployment goes up as do requests for government assistance such as unemployment pay and food vouchers.
women who are at a healthy weight before pregnancy should gain between _______ pounds while pregnant.
a premature baby is commonly defined as a baby weighing less than_________ pounds at birth.
what characterizes an infant's vision after birth?
they tend to see objects best up close
a newborn focuses on her mom's hair and not her face
normal newborn vision
marcus looks for the ball under the blanket while keisha does not
marcus learned object permanence
toddlers often need _______ hours of sleep each day
10 to 15
Miriam says bo bo when she wants her bottle
jacob says mommy go which means i want to go with mommy
the most common food allergies
mild, eggs, tree nuts, peanuts, soy, wheat, fish, and shellfish
sounds that make up words?
by age 4, children begin more_______ play such as creating a piece of art out of clay
according to erikson which task of development does a person go through during adolescence
identity versus role confusion
according to erik erikson the primary task confronting young adults is __________
intimacy versus isolation
the care, consideration, and intimacy felt for another person, or ___________ love, can be at the base of many types of relationships.
mid forties people would be discussing the signs of aging. what are they most likely talking about
dark patches of skin on the face and hands
jim gets satisfaction from the professional and volunteer work he engages in because he knows it will benefit future generations by contributing to the world of art, culture, and community. he is a leader in his field as well as a teacher and mentor. jim is expressing__________
andrea is 55 years old. she is caring for her ailing parents as well as raising her two grandchildren. these obligations show her that she is a bridge between the generations. andrea is part of what is known as the ____________ generation
as people age, the lens of the eye thickens causing cloudy or distorted vision. this condition is known as __________
making a person comfortable in his or her last days and hours of life is a focus of ____________
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