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Parenting Semester Test
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parents are more permissive.
parents are more dominating.
parents are positive.
Parents are unengaged/neglectful.
trust vs. mistrust
Infants need maximum comfort with minimal uncertainty to trust him/herself, others and the environment.
autonomy vs. shame & doubt
Toddlers work to master physical environment while maintaining self-esteem.
initiative vs. guilt
Preschoolers begin to initiate, not imitate, activities; develops conscience and sexual identity.
industry vs. inferiority
School-Age children try to develop a sense of self-worth by refining skills.
intimacy vs. isolation
Young Adults learn to make personal commitment to another as souse, parent or partner.
generativity vs. stagnation
Middle-Age Adults seek satisfaction through productivity in career, family, and civic interests.
integrity vs. despair
Older Adults review life accomplishments, deals with loss and preparation for death.
ego integrity vs. despair
Senior Citizens tend to slow down productivity and explore life as a retired person. The final developmental task is retrospection: people look back on their lives and accomplishments, develop feelings of contentment and integrity. Some may instead develop a sense of despair.
characteristics of quality childcare
Ongoing caregiver training
3-1 child-caregiver infant ratio
Positive discipline techniques are used
Safe environment (baby/child-proofed)
Adults read to the child at least twice a day
security and comfort
fewer sick days for kids
stronger ability to trust primary caregiver (mom or dad)
Are benefits of a child having a stay-at-home parent up until age 3.
Are directly related to children's behaviors and helps them to fix their mistakes; this type of consequence involves action taken by the parent/caregiver.
Occur without any enforcement on the part of the parent/caregiver. Often, allowing the natural consequence to occur will prevent a parent/child argument and the child will learn the right lesson.
Are (short-term or long-term) consequences for a child if a parent fails to set limits/boundaries and say "No?" For example, these types of consequences are common among children raised by permissive and neglectful parents.
birth to 1 year old
1-3 years old
4-5 years old
6-9 years old
10-12 years old
13-19 years old
Are the six stages of childhood, and in that order.
The safest position to lay an infant to sleep.
best chance of healthy development
better academic grades
more positive peer interactions
increased ability to cope with stress
Benefits for children when parents possess the nurturing skills set.
Is the BOND that children have with their parents as a result of NEEDS BEING RESPONDED TO in a TIMELY and SENSITIVE matter.
affirmation and affection
Are the key ingredients for a child to attach to his/her parents. (affirmation=praising a child's efforts... affection=nurturing emotional needs...)
ages birth-5 years
Most learning occurs during the ages of birth to 5 years old.
Are the five things parents can do to significantly improve language development.
Characteristics of "good" children's books.
Are infant equipment/supplies that can NOT be considered optional.
Is the age in which the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends NO television.
Three clues parents should look for to know that a baby is done with the current play activity.
executive function is used
practicing of private speech-self regulation development
Two of the benefits of unstructured play.
too many toys
A factor that is NOT a loss in unstructured play.
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