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69 terms
human child development midterm
conception
amniotic fluid
placenta
sperm
the fusion of sperm and egg to create a baby
the fluid surrounding the fetus
a sac that connects the developing fetus to the uterine wall…
held in the testes to fertilize a females egg
conception
the fusion of sperm and egg to create a baby
amniotic fluid
the fluid surrounding the fetus
20 terms
The Human Brain Child Development
Brain Stem
Medulla Oblongata
Cerebellum
Pons
connects the brain to the rest of the nervous system
regulates breathing, heart rate, and blood preasure
balance and muscle cordonation
operates facial expressions
Brain Stem
connects the brain to the rest of the nervous system
Medulla Oblongata
regulates breathing, heart rate, and blood preasure
20 terms
child and human development
Emotional Development
Consistency
Attachment
Aggressive Child
the process of leaning to recognize and express one's feeling…
repeatedly acting the same way
a special strong bond between two people.
unusually strong-willed and determined.
Emotional Development
the process of leaning to recognize and express one's feeling…
Consistency
repeatedly acting the same way
Child and human development
PKU
Cerebral palsey
Syphilis
Down's syndrome
Brain damage results from the baby's inability to use the pro…
A nerve disorder caused by brain damage.
Disease passed from mother can cause deformities deafness bli…
An extra chromosome 21 causes both mental retardation and abn…
PKU
Brain damage results from the baby's inability to use the pro…
Cerebral palsey
A nerve disorder caused by brain damage.
103 terms
Child and Human Development
What is Human Development?
continuity and discontinuity
Universal and context- specific develo…
biopsychosocial framework
multidisciplinary study on how people change and remain the s…
concerns whether a particular developmental phenomenon repres…
whether there is one path of development or several paths
a useful way to organize the biological psychological and soc…
What is Human Development?
multidisciplinary study on how people change and remain the s…
continuity and discontinuity
concerns whether a particular developmental phenomenon repres…
32 terms
child and human development
PKU
Cerebral Palsy
Syphilis
Downs syndrome
Brain damage results from the babes inability to use the prot…
A nerve disorder caused by brain damage.
Disease passed from the mother can cause deformities, deafnes…
An extra chromosome 21 usually causes both mental retardation…
PKU
Brain damage results from the babes inability to use the prot…
Cerebral Palsy
A nerve disorder caused by brain damage.
28 terms
Human Development Preschool child
Family Developmental task
growth rate
Vision
Vital signs
o Accept child's evolving skills... o Adequate housing & space... o…
o Levels off, slows down... o Height: 2.5-3 in/year... • Doubled at…
o 20/40 (farsighted)... o Good hand-eye coordination
o Pulse decrease ... o Resp rate decrease... o BP increase
Family Developmental task
o Accept child's evolving skills... o Adequate housing & space... o…
growth rate
o Levels off, slows down... o Height: 2.5-3 in/year... • Doubled at…
11 terms
Human Growth and Child Development
Bioecological Model
Culture
Family
Community
Your living environment; the environment that shapes you
The defined values, traditions, and symbol systems of a long-…
Two or more people who live together by birth, adoption, or a…
The local neighborhood and surrounding areas near a child's h…
Bioecological Model
Your living environment; the environment that shapes you
Culture
The defined values, traditions, and symbol systems of a long-…
24 terms
Human Relationships Child Development
Ultra sound
Prenatal development
Apgar test
Cruising
medical imaging technique that uses high frequency sound wave…
development before birth
evaluates a newborns health (1-10)
when young children can walk while holding onto something suc…
Ultra sound
medical imaging technique that uses high frequency sound wave…
Prenatal development
development before birth
80 terms
Human child development
Idealists and Rationalists
Empiricists
Interactionists
behaviorism
• Some knowledge is inborn
• All knowledge is created from experience... • Environmental fa…
• All human beings are naturally good... • Seek experiences that…
children can be trained through manipulation of the environme…
Idealists and Rationalists
• Some knowledge is inborn
Empiricists
• All knowledge is created from experience... • Environmental fa…
53 terms
Human/Child Development
0-2
7-11
10-14
11-14
A child first lifts up his/her chin at ______ months
A child first crawls at _____ months
A child first stands up unassisted at _____ months
A child walks well by ____ months
0-2
A child first lifts up his/her chin at ______ months
7-11
A child first crawls at _____ months
32 terms
Human Child Development vocab
conception
amniotic fluid
placenta
sperm
fertilization of the egg (sperm and egg meet)
the fluid surrounding the fetus while in uterus
tissue that connects the umbilical cord of embryo to the uter…
male sex cell
conception
fertilization of the egg (sperm and egg meet)
amniotic fluid
the fluid surrounding the fetus while in uterus
55 terms
Human Growth Child Development
What rights does a father have if he d…
(0-3) months recommended sleeping posi…
Where does fertilization take place?
Doctor who specializes in pregnancy an…
No rights
Back
Felonious tubs
OB ( obstetricians) GYN ( gynecologist)
What rights does a father have if he d…
No rights
(0-3) months recommended sleeping posi…
Back
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Child and Human Development
What is the average weight, and length…
What is the most rapid growth period?
By the baby's first birthday its weigh…
True or false? All parts of the infant…
A little over 7 pounds, about 20 inches
The first 2 years of life
Tripled. Doubled.
False.
What is the average weight, and length…
A little over 7 pounds, about 20 inches
What is the most rapid growth period?
The first 2 years of life
36 terms
CHILD AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
PKU
Cerebral Palsy
Downs syndrome
Tay-Sachs disease
Brain damage results from the babys inability to use the prot…
A nerve disorder caused by brain damage
Extra chromosome 21 usually causes mental retardation and abn…
Children of Jewish ancestry who suffer progressive physical a…
PKU
Brain damage results from the babys inability to use the prot…
Cerebral Palsy
A nerve disorder caused by brain damage
37 terms
Child Human Growth and Development
6
6
6
6
hammer
paste
tie shoes
fasten clothes
6
hammer
6
paste
73 terms
Child and Human Development Midterm
The study of the way animals and plant…
Characteristics that a child receives…
What characteristics are affected by g…
Basic unit of all living Things
Genetics
Heredity
Eye color, hair color, height, body build, blood type, intell…
Cell
The study of the way animals and plant…
Genetics
Characteristics that a child receives…
Heredity
26 terms
Human and Child Development Final
ADHD medications and symptoms
aspergers
autism
symptoms of conduct disorder
stimulant drug. high levels of hyperactivity, unable to susta…
children possess the other characteristic of autistic disorde…
children have much more limited language skills than others o…
higher levels of agression, bullying, disobediences, irritabi…
ADHD medications and symptoms
stimulant drug. high levels of hyperactivity, unable to susta…
aspergers
children possess the other characteristic of autistic disorde…
Child and human development midterm
3 reasons to study child and human dev…
How do children grow and develop?
Career choices for someone that likes…
Ehat activity should children do daily…
Learn about self... Prepare for a career... Prepare to be a parent
Socially, emotionally, intellectually, physically, morally
Daycare worker, preschool teacher, coach, social worker, pedi…
Play
3 reasons to study child and human dev…
Learn about self... Prepare for a career... Prepare to be a parent
How do children grow and develop?
Socially, emotionally, intellectually, physically, morally
Human Growth and Development: Child Development Theories
Sigmund Freud
Maria Montessori
Jean Piaget
Erik Erikson
-He was one of the most influential and controversial thinker…
-Opened "Child House" preschool to apply her methods to child…
-First to develop a genetically determined time-line for a ch…
-Contributed to the understanding of personality as it is dev…
Sigmund Freud
-He was one of the most influential and controversial thinker…
Maria Montessori
-Opened "Child House" preschool to apply her methods to child…
15 terms
Child Development: Human Domains
The growth & change that happens in a…
Intelligence... All mental processes th…
Development of emotions and temperamen…
Family, friends, the community, the cu…
Physical
Cognitive
Emotional
Social
The growth & change that happens in a…
Physical
Intelligence... All mental processes th…
Cognitive
86 terms
Child and Human Development Unit 2
Freud's Psychosexual Theory
Erickson's Theory
Erickson's Psychoanalytical Theory
Erickson's Developmental Goal
Ego vs Superego
Psychosocial Theory
A theory of human development that holds that irrational, unc…
Ego Identity
Freud's Psychosexual Theory
Ego vs Superego
Erickson's Theory
Psychosocial Theory
61 terms
Child and Human Development Unit 1
What is Human Development?
Lifespan Perspective
3 Domains of Development
Biological
Enduring Change over Time
An approach to the Study of Human Development that takes into…
(1) Biological... (2) Cognitive... (3) Psychosocial
Includes physical health and growth, gross (large muscle) and…
What is Human Development?
Enduring Change over Time
Lifespan Perspective
An approach to the Study of Human Development that takes into…
41 terms
Child Human Development Unit 1
Genetics
Heredity
What are some characteristics affected…
What are the parts of a cell?
The study of the way animals and plants pass on their offspring
Characteristics that a child receives from both parents
Hair color, eye color, height, build
Cytoplasm, nucleus, chromosomes, DNA-genes
Genetics
The study of the way animals and plants pass on their offspring
Heredity
Characteristics that a child receives from both parents
49 terms
Child/Human Development Exam #2
Erikson's 8 Stages of Early Psychosoci…
The Growth of Attachment-Bowlby
What is attachment?
Four phases in the growth of attachment
Birth to 1 year= Basic Trust vs. Trust... When parents consisten…
According to Bowlby, children who form an attachment (close s…
Attachment: enduring socioemotional relationships between inf…
Preattachment, attachment in the making, true attachment, and…
Erikson's 8 Stages of Early Psychosoci…
Birth to 1 year= Basic Trust vs. Trust... When parents consisten…
The Growth of Attachment-Bowlby
According to Bowlby, children who form an attachment (close s…
18 terms
Child Development
infant
toddler
preschooler (pre=before)
Areas of child development
a child age birth to 1 year;... -can roll over
a child age 1 - 3 years;... can walk
a child age 4-5 (just before school age); can brush their hai…
-Intellectual... -Physical... -Social... -Emotional
infant
a child age birth to 1 year;... -can roll over
toddler
a child age 1 - 3 years;... can walk
41 terms
child development
Preoperational
Egocentrism
Animism
Centration
Piaget's second stage of cognitive development. Children typi…
Difficulty in seeing the world from another's point of view;…
Crediting inanimate objects with life and lifelike properties…
According to Piaget, narrowly focused type of thought charact…
Preoperational
Piaget's second stage of cognitive development. Children typi…
Egocentrism
Difficulty in seeing the world from another's point of view;…
109 terms
Human Development: School Age Child
School years are an age of
Age of Middle Childhood
Age of Late Childhood
Age of Juvenile Period
tranquility
6 to 8 years
8 to 12 years
6 years
School years are an age of
tranquility
Age of Middle Childhood
6 to 8 years
18 terms
Child Development
infant
toddler
preschooler (pre=before)
Areas of child development
a child age birth to 1 year;... -can roll over
a child age 1 - 3 years;... can walk
a child age 4-5 (just before school age); can brush their hai…
-Intellectual... -Physical... -Social... -Emotional
infant
a child age birth to 1 year;... -can roll over
toddler
a child age 1 - 3 years;... can walk
69 terms
6- Human development: Child/Adol Development
What are the primitive reflexes (initi…
What can newborns do to interact with…
Describe birth weight/brain volume up…
What are the 4 scales that are measure…
--Rooting (stroke cheek of baby & baby will turn to direction…
--Track moving objects (poor visual acuity)... --Orient to a lou…
--Birth weight: doubled by 4-5 months, tripled by 12 months... -…
--gross motor... --fine motor adaptive... --personal/social... --lanuage
What are the primitive reflexes (initi…
--Rooting (stroke cheek of baby & baby will turn to direction…
What can newborns do to interact with…
--Track moving objects (poor visual acuity)... --Orient to a lou…
233 terms
Child/Human Development Exam #1
the multidisciplinary study of how peo…
the degree to which genetic or heredit…
whether a particular developmental phe…
whether there is just one path of deve…
human development
nature-nutrure issue
continuity-discontinuity issue
universal and context specific development issue
the multidisciplinary study of how peo…
human development
the degree to which genetic or heredit…
nature-nutrure issue
24 terms
Human and Child Development: Chapter 2
scientific method
sample
self-report
interview
multistep process of carefully defining and addressing a rese…
specific participants in research study that their performanc…
participants where they're asked to describe their own charac…
data collection that obtains self report data through face-to…
scientific method
multistep process of carefully defining and addressing a rese…
sample
specific participants in research study that their performanc…
26 terms
Human and Child Development: Chapter 4
gene
chromosome
DNA
gamete
basic unit of heredity in a living cell; genes are made up of…
rodlike structure that resides in the nucleus of every cell o…
A spiral-staircase-shaped molecule that guides the production…
reproductive cell that, in humans, contains 23 chromosomes ra…
gene
basic unit of heredity in a living cell; genes are made up of…
chromosome
rodlike structure that resides in the nucleus of every cell o…
24 terms
Health & Human Development: Child Health and Individual Development
Identify three principles of development
Explain the difference between proximo…
Identify when the infancy stage of lif…
Briefly explain the APGAR test
1) development occurs in a predictable and orderly way:... Many…
Proximodistal development occurs from the centre or core of t…
0-2
Acronym for Activity, pulse, Grimace, Appearance and Respirat…
Identify three principles of development
1) development occurs in a predictable and orderly way:... Many…
Explain the difference between proximo…
Proximodistal development occurs from the centre or core of t…
38 terms
Child and Human Development Unit 4
Resilience
Induction
Coercion
Physical or corporal punishment
Capacity to adapt well to significant adversity and overcome…
Teaching Children self-regulation by talking to the child, ex…
Persuading someone to do something using force or threats.
Hurts the body-spanking, hot saucing
Resilience
Capacity to adapt well to significant adversity and overcome…
Induction
Teaching Children self-regulation by talking to the child, ex…
84 terms
Child and Human Development Unit 3
Gamete
Ovum
Sperm
Conception
Reproductive cell, produces zygote when combined with other g…
Female reproductive cell has 23 chromosomes
Male reproductive cell has 23 chromosomes
When the sperm and ovum join
Gamete
Reproductive cell, produces zygote when combined with other g…
Ovum
Female reproductive cell has 23 chromosomes
111 terms
School Aged Child- Human Development
school age years
middle childhood
late childhood
juvenile period
period of tranquility bt turmoil preschools years and tumult…
6-8 years of age
8-12 years of age
6 years of age... marked by need for peer associations
school age years
period of tranquility bt turmoil preschools years and tumult…
middle childhood
6-8 years of age
119 terms
Child/Human Development Exam #1 Study Guide
What is human development?
Nature vs. Nurture
Continuity-Discontinuity Issue
Universal and Context-Specific Develop…
the multidisciplinary study of how people change/stay the sam…
Nature: a behavior or something that is biologically given. N…
Do personal characteristics remain the same, or progress smoo…
Many things of development are the same for everybody everywh…
What is human development?
the multidisciplinary study of how people change/stay the sam…
Nature vs. Nurture
Nature: a behavior or something that is biologically given. N…
69 terms
Child/Human Development Exam #3
adolescent egocentrism
imaginary audience
personal fable
illusion of vulnerability
The self-absorption that marks the teenage search for identit…
Many adolescents feel that they are actors watched constantly…
adolescent self-absorption is also demonstrated by the ______…
adolescent's belief in their uniqueness also contributes to a…
adolescent egocentrism
The self-absorption that marks the teenage search for identit…
imaginary audience
Many adolescents feel that they are actors watched constantly…
118 terms
Human Child Development Final Review
Who determines the gender of a fetus?
where are sperm produced
where do sperm mature
male sex cell is what?
Male
testes
epididymis
sperm
Who determines the gender of a fetus?
Male
where are sperm produced
testes
34 terms
Child/human Development Exam 1
How do theories help us?
Sigmund Freud
5 psychosexual stages (Freud)
Ivan Pavlov
1. Organize date... 2. Generate testable hypothesis ... 3. Guide re…
5 psychosexual stages of development
1. Oral... 2. Anal... 3. Phallic... 4. Latency... 5. Genital
Classical conditioning
How do theories help us?
1. Organize date... 2. Generate testable hypothesis ... 3. Guide re…
Sigmund Freud
5 psychosexual stages of development
Intro to Human Behavior: Child Development
Temperament
Easy Infants
Difficult Infants
Attachments
Refers to a childs characteristic mood and activity level.
- Adaptable to new situations... - Positive mood... - Predictable i…
- Intense in their reactions... - Not very adaptable to new situ…
Close emotional relationship between infant and caretaker.
Temperament
Refers to a childs characteristic mood and activity level.
Easy Infants
- Adaptable to new situations... - Positive mood... - Predictable i…
50 terms
Human Development- School Age Child
juvenile period
preadolescence
prepubescence
schools years
marked by need for peer associations; usually around 6 years…
satisfaction and security of another of same sex is as import…
increase in hormone production for both genders; age 9-10-12…
period of tranquility between turmoil of preschooler years an…
juvenile period
marked by need for peer associations; usually around 6 years…
preadolescence
satisfaction and security of another of same sex is as import…
45 terms
Human Development School Age Child
school years
middle childhood
late childhood
juvenile period
period of tranquility between turmoil of preschool years and…
6-8 years of age
8-12 years of age
age 6 years and marked by need for peer associations
school years
period of tranquility between turmoil of preschool years and…
middle childhood
6-8 years of age
13 terms
Human and child development exam 2
Piaget's theory of cognitive development
Freud theories of development
oral stage
anal stage
suggested that such an inborn plan for cognitive development…
oral, anal, phallic, latency, genital
(birth-1 year) infants putting things in their mouths
(1-3 years_ potty training
Piaget's theory of cognitive development
suggested that such an inborn plan for cognitive development…
Freud theories of development
oral, anal, phallic, latency, genital
25 terms
Human and Child development exam 1
Synaptogenesis
Pituitary functions
teratogens
ossification
the process of creating connections (synapses between neurons
Gland that provides the trigger for release of hormones from…
Substances such as viruses and drugs that can cause birth def…
the process of hardening by which soft tissue becomes bone.
Synaptogenesis
the process of creating connections (synapses between neurons
Pituitary functions
Gland that provides the trigger for release of hormones from…
93 terms
Human Development School Age Child
Period of
Middle Age
Late childhood
Juvenile Period
Tranquility, Latency, Sexual Quiesence
6-8 years
8-12 years
6-8 years ... peer associations
Period of
Tranquility, Latency, Sexual Quiesence
Middle Age
6-8 years
58 terms
Child development human reproduction test
Male sex cell produced in the small se…
Oval-shaped glands that produce the ma…
Protective sack that regulates body te…
Maturation chamber for the sperm locat…
Sperm
Testes
scrotum
Epididymis
Male sex cell produced in the small se…
Sperm
Oval-shaped glands that produce the ma…
Testes
43 terms
Human Growth and Child Development Class
How many chromosomes does a baby have…
How do fraternal twins form?
How do identical twins form?
Define cesarean section.
46
Fertilized by 2 separate sperm.
Cell grows into two separate embryos.
The delivery of a baby through a surgical incision in the mot…
How many chromosomes does a baby have…
46
How do fraternal twins form?
Fertilized by 2 separate sperm.
54 terms
Child and Human Development FINAL TEST
Social learning approach see children…
gender schema: a cognitive framework t…
gender constancy: awareness that peopl…
Erik Erikson regarded young adulthood…
...
...
...
...
Social learning approach see children…
...
gender schema: a cognitive framework t…
...
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