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26 terms
Human Developmental Biology
Cleavage
Morula
Blastulation
Eptopic Pregnancy
Early embryonic development with rapid mitotic divisions. Inc…
A solid ball of cells that makes up an embryo; in humans, thi…
Process by which a morula develops into a blastula with a flu…
Usually the blastula will implant in the uterus. If this does…
Cleavage
Early embryonic development with rapid mitotic divisions. Inc…
Morula
A solid ball of cells that makes up an embryo; in humans, thi…
109 terms
human developmental psych
assimilation
accomadation
equilibration
Piagetes theory: universal and invariant
extending known action pattern to new object... ex- suck on bink…
modifying old action pattern to deal with new object... ex- bott…
reaching a balance between current understanding and your own…
universal: regaurdless of your culter- applys to everyone... inv…
assimilation
extending known action pattern to new object... ex- suck on bink…
accomadation
modifying old action pattern to deal with new object... ex- bott…
146 terms
Human Developmental Diagnosis II
Blue hands and feet (peripheral)... Birth…
If cyanosis persists longer than 3 day…
Soft, fine, downy hair covering newbor…
Waxy-white coating on newborn from mom…
Acrocyanosis
Abnormal... Congenital heart defect
Lanugo
Vernix
Blue hands and feet (peripheral)... Birth…
Acrocyanosis
If cyanosis persists longer than 3 day…
Abnormal... Congenital heart defect
209 terms
Human Developmental Diagnosis - Midterm
Miscarriage/Spontaneous Abortion
Threatened/Potential Abortion
Incomplete/Inevitable Abortion
Habitual Abortion
loss of pregnancy before 20 weeks gestation
vaginal bleeding and possible intermittent abdominal or pelvi…
non-viable embryo/fetus separated from the placenta
3-4 consecutive abortions that occur at a specific point duri…
Miscarriage/Spontaneous Abortion
loss of pregnancy before 20 weeks gestation
Threatened/Potential Abortion
vaginal bleeding and possible intermittent abdominal or pelvi…
60 terms
Human Developmental Diagnosis Final
What is gerontology?
What is the fastest growing population…
Baby Boomers are people born between w…
What are the top 4 causes of mortality…
The study of the biological, psychological, and social aspect…
>85 years old
1947-1966
1. Heart disease... 2. Cancer... 3. Stroke... 4. Chronic LU disease
What is gerontology?
The study of the biological, psychological, and social aspect…
What is the fastest growing population…
>85 years old
63 terms
Human Developmental Diagnosis Final
What is gerontology?
What is the fastest growing population…
Baby Boomers are people born between w…
What are the top 4 causes of mortality…
The study of the biological, psychological, and social aspect…
>85 years old
1947-1966
1. Heart disease... 2. Cancer... 3. Stroke... 4. Chronic LU disease
What is gerontology?
The study of the biological, psychological, and social aspect…
What is the fastest growing population…
>85 years old
13 terms
Developmental periods in the human lifespan
Prenatal Period
Infancy
Toddler
Early Childhood
conception to birth
birth to 18-24 months of age
12-15 months
2-3 years to 5-6 yearrs
Prenatal Period
conception to birth
Infancy
birth to 18-24 months of age
139 terms
Human Developmental DX - Pediatric
Age of Newborn/neonate
age of "infant"
age of "toddler"
age of "early childhood"
birth - 4 weeks
4 wks - 1 yr
1 - 2 yrs
3-5 yrs (preschool)
Age of Newborn/neonate
birth - 4 weeks
age of "infant"
4 wks - 1 yr
33 terms
Human Development (Developmental Psychology)
development
nature
nurture
continuous theory
a sequence of age related changes that occur as a person prog…
= biological inheritance & biology
= environmental experiences
development progresses smoothly and gradually from infancy to…
development
a sequence of age related changes that occur as a person prog…
nature
= biological inheritance & biology
8 terms
Human development: developmental milestones
4 months
8 months
1 year
18 months
Balance head to a 90° angle, discover themselves, frequently…
Sit alone assisted them selves in standing position reach for…
Crawl well, near walking, like to explore open drawers examin…
Child can walk, tries to run, scribble with a crayon, imitate…
4 months
Balance head to a 90° angle, discover themselves, frequently…
8 months
Sit alone assisted them selves in standing position reach for…
10 terms
human behavior - developmental theories
freedom vs determinism
Nature vs Nurture
Uniqueness vs Universality
Active vs Reactive
individuals have control over their behavior vs behavior is d…
behavior is attributed to genetics and biology vs behavior is…
individuals are all unique v individuals are basically simila…
individuals act through their own initiative v individuals re…
freedom vs determinism
individuals have control over their behavior vs behavior is d…
Nature vs Nurture
behavior is attributed to genetics and biology vs behavior is…
18 terms
Human Developmental Psychology
Developmental Psych looks at....
Physical
Intellectual
Social
Physical... Intellectual ... Social
egg fertilization --> physical death/old age
studies cognitive functioning at different stages of developm…
person's ability to relate to others throughout lifetime and…
Developmental Psych looks at....
Physical... Intellectual ... Social
Physical
egg fertilization --> physical death/old age
33 terms
Psychology human developmental unit
Developmental psychology
Genes
Polygenic
Congenital problems
The study of progressive changes im behavior and abilities
Small segments of DNA that affect a particular process or per…
Many genes working in combination
Environmental problems that affect a developing fetus
Developmental psychology
The study of progressive changes im behavior and abilities
Genes
Small segments of DNA that affect a particular process or per…
87 terms
Human development/developmental psych
human development/developmental psycho…
1. NATURE VS. NURTURE?
2. IS CHANCE ACTIVE OR PASSIVE?
3. IS CHANGE CONTINUOUS OR DOES IT OCC…
the study of how a person develops overtime... -why is wrong wro…
-gender (is this biological, or how you were raised)... -sexuali…
-Do you change by doing something or do you just wait around?…
-is it gradual or sudden?... ex: physical growth
human development/developmental psycho…
the study of how a person develops overtime... -why is wrong wro…
1. NATURE VS. NURTURE?
-gender (is this biological, or how you were raised)... -sexuali…
11 terms
Human developmental: Adult hood
Emerging adulthood
Physical Development
Emotional Developmental
Social Development
Developmental stage between the ages of 18 and 25
Study of the process by which organisms grow and develop
Developmental of a full range of emotion from sad to happy to…
alteration in the social order of society
Emerging adulthood
Developmental stage between the ages of 18 and 25
Physical Development
Study of the process by which organisms grow and develop
8 terms
Human developmental theories
Sigmund freud
Eric erickson
Jean Piaget
Lev Vygotsky
First major theroy on personality development. Unique charact…
Extended freud's theory. Focused on socialisation process- ps…
Cognitive perspective - assumed that a persons basic goal in…
Children actively construct knowledge gave social and cultura…
Sigmund freud
First major theroy on personality development. Unique charact…
Eric erickson
Extended freud's theory. Focused on socialisation process- ps…
42 terms
Human Developmental Psychology
psychology
human development
primacy factor states
recency factor states
study of behavior and mental processes
studies how people change over time in mental and behavioral…
early life experiences have a greater influence on developmen…
while development is somewhat based on early experience, it d…
psychology
study of behavior and mental processes
human development
studies how people change over time in mental and behavioral…
Human Developmental Theories
Chronological
Physical
Emotional
intellectual
year by year progression of age(by number).
physical body development and growth.
development of feeling about oneself and others.
pursuit of academic development and knowledge; application of…
Chronological
year by year progression of age(by number).
Physical
physical body development and growth.
human developmental theories
chronological
physical
emotional
intellectual
year by year progression of age (by numbers)
physical body development and growth
development of feelings about oneself and others
pursuit of academic development and knowledge
chronological
year by year progression of age (by numbers)
physical
physical body development and growth
29 terms
Human developmental theories
oral, anal, phallic, latency, genital
psychoanalytical theory
oral stage
anal stage
stages of freud's psychosexual development
basis of theory= Levels of Awareness... Consciousness - within o…
birth to 1 year... Mouth is the source of all comfort and pleasu…
Age 1-3 ... Gratification moves from the mouth to the organs of…
oral, anal, phallic, latency, genital
stages of freud's psychosexual development
psychoanalytical theory
basis of theory= Levels of Awareness... Consciousness - within o…
56 terms
Human developmental Psychology
maturation
learning
developmental niche
longitudinal research
Learning to cope and react emotionally
acquisition of new skills or ideals
how culture shapes development
people are studied and restudied over a period of time
maturation
Learning to cope and react emotionally
learning
acquisition of new skills or ideals
97 terms
Developmental Human Anatomy and Physiology
Olfaction
Gustation
Vision
Hearing
Smell
Taste
Sight
Listening
Olfaction
Smell
Gustation
Taste
75 terms
Human Development/ Developmental Psych
Human Development
All Development occurs on a contiuum
Timing of Events
3 Stages of Prenatal Development
The study of how humans grow, change, decline, and adapts ove…
There is a wide range of normality... (e.g. when a child starts…
Typical: Women getting pregnant in their 20s... Atypical: Women…
1)Germinal (fertilization-implantation)... 2) Embryonic ... 3) Feta…
Human Development
The study of how humans grow, change, decline, and adapts ove…
All Development occurs on a contiuum
There is a wide range of normality... (e.g. when a child starts…
127 terms
Human Developmental Diagnosis
Loss of pregnancy before the 20th week
Threatened or potential abortion
Incomplete or inevitable
Habitual
Miscarriage or spontaneous abortion
Vaginal bleeding and possible intermittent abdominal or pelvi…
Non-viable embryo/fetus separated from the placenta
3-4 consecutive abortions occur at specific time during pregn…
Loss of pregnancy before the 20th week
Miscarriage or spontaneous abortion
Threatened or potential abortion
Vaginal bleeding and possible intermittent abdominal or pelvi…
14 terms
Human Developmental Sequence
1 Month
2 Months
3 Months
4 Months
- Decreased flexion... - Momentary head elevation with minimal…
- Head elevation to 45 degrees in prone, prone on elbows with…
- Prone on elbows, weight bearing on forearms... - Elbows in li…
- Rolls to prone to side, supine to side... - Sits with support
1 Month
- Decreased flexion... - Momentary head elevation with minimal…
2 Months
- Head elevation to 45 degrees in prone, prone on elbows with…
9 terms
HUMAN DEVELOPMENTAL 2
Sigmund Frued
Erick Erikson
Jean Piaget
Lev Vygotsky
Major personality developed by age six and set by adolesence.…
Extended Freud's theory. Focused on socialisation process (Ps…
Cognitive. Assumed that a persons basic life goal is to maste…
Children actively construct their knowledge. Lev puts more im…
Sigmund Frued
Major personality developed by age six and set by adolesence.…
Erick Erikson
Extended Freud's theory. Focused on socialisation process (Ps…
9 terms
Human developmental theories
Chronological
Physical
Emotional
intellectual
Year by year progression of age
Physical body development and growth
Development of feelings about ones self and others
Pursuit of academic development and knowledge; application of…
Chronological
Year by year progression of age
Physical
Physical body development and growth
119 terms
Human Developmental Psychology 1
Developmental Science
Advantages of using theory in research
before 20th centurry
17-19centuries in paris
Understanding human constancy and change throughout lifespan…
Describe... Explain... Predict ... guide and give meaning to what we s…
sshort childhood ... absence of adolescense
1 in 5 babies abandoned 1-3died
Developmental Science
Understanding human constancy and change throughout lifespan…
Advantages of using theory in research
Describe... Explain... Predict ... guide and give meaning to what we s…
79 terms
Human Developmental Diagnosis
Loss of pregnancy before the 20th week
vaginal bleeding and possible intermit…
non-viable embryo or fetus has separat…
3-4 consecutive abortions occur at spe…
miscarriage or spontaneous abortion
Threatened or potential abortion
incomplete or inevitable
Habitual
Loss of pregnancy before the 20th week
miscarriage or spontaneous abortion
vaginal bleeding and possible intermit…
Threatened or potential abortion
8 terms
Developmental Theories of Human Development
Sigmund Freud
Erik Erikson... (Epigenetic Principle: ea…
Piaget... (INTELLECTUAL Development: He s…
Paiget Concepts
Psychosexual Stages of Development:... Oral: 0-1.5yrs, mouth and…
The Psychosocial Stages of Development:... 1. Trust vs Mistrust:…
Methodology: used small samples including own children rather…
Action and Operation: Action is overt behavior, operation is…
Sigmund Freud
Psychosexual Stages of Development:... Oral: 0-1.5yrs, mouth and…
Erik Erikson... (Epigenetic Principle: ea…
The Psychosocial Stages of Development:... 1. Trust vs Mistrust:…
25 terms
Developmental psychology of the human lifespan
A ______ helps determine a relationshi…
Behaviorists emphasize:
If you want to know someone's socioeco…
Lifespan development includes:
Correlation
Nurture OVER nature
Education and income
Nurture AND nature
A ______ helps determine a relationshi…
Correlation
Behaviorists emphasize:
Nurture OVER nature
113 terms
Human Developmental Diagnosis Midterm
Miscarriage or spontaneous abortion is…
What is habitual abortion?
If you are taking x-rays in your offic…
What is the definition of infertility?
20th week
3-4 consecutive abortions occur at specific time during pregn…
Only perform x-rays within the first 10 days after the onset…
Inability to conceive or carry a pregnancy to term after 1 ye…
Miscarriage or spontaneous abortion is…
20th week
What is habitual abortion?
3-4 consecutive abortions occur at specific time during pregn…
21 terms
Human behaviour and developmental theories
Piaget's theory of cognitive development
Sensorimotor (0-2)
Preoperational (2-7)
Concrete operations (7-11)
Based on direct observation of children... Assimilation and acco…
Development of:... Reflexes or actions... Self-initiated activities…
Marked by: centration - focus on one object... Egocentrism: ever…
Mental operations applied to concrete events... Mastery of conse…
Piaget's theory of cognitive development
Based on direct observation of children... Assimilation and acco…
Sensorimotor (0-2)
Development of:... Reflexes or actions... Self-initiated activities…
9 terms
Developmental periods in the human lifespan
Prenatal period
Infancy
Toddlerhood
Early childhood
Conception to birth
Birth - 12-15 months
12-15 months to 2-3 years of age
2-3 years to 5-6 years
Prenatal period
Conception to birth
Infancy
Birth - 12-15 months
113 terms
Human Developmental Diagnosis Midterm
Miscarriage or spontaneous abortion is…
What is habitual abortion?
If you are taking x-rays in your offic…
What is the definition of infertility?
20th week
3-4 consecutive abortions occur at specific time during pregn…
Only perform x-rays within the first 10 days after the onset…
Inability to conceive or carry a pregnancy to term after 1 ye…
Miscarriage or spontaneous abortion is…
20th week
What is habitual abortion?
3-4 consecutive abortions occur at specific time during pregn…
32 terms
Developmental Psychology -(human development)
What is the critical period ?
What is the sensitive period?
What is a cross-sectional design?
What is a longitudinal design?
The age range during which certain experiences must occur for…
An optimal age range for certain experiences. If those experi…
A comparison of people of different ages at the same point in…
A test that repeatedly tests the same cohort as it grows older.
What is the critical period ?
The age range during which certain experiences must occur for…
What is the sensitive period?
An optimal age range for certain experiences. If those experi…
30 terms
test #3 human developmental psychology
passive vocab
active vocab
pre operational stage
conservation problems
all the words a child understands
all the words a child utters
2nd stage in paigets theory. symbolic play
logical thinking ability. not present on pre. op. stage
passive vocab
all the words a child understands
active vocab
all the words a child utters
290 terms
Human Developmental Diagnosis - Midterm 2
What is the number 1 child health conc…
What is the number 2 child health conc…
What is the number 3 child health conc…
What is a newborn/neonate?
obesity
drug use
tobacco use
child up until 4 weeks
What is the number 1 child health conc…
obesity
What is the number 2 child health conc…
drug use
24 terms
mice/humans developmental
compaction
blastocoel
trophoblast
inner cell mass
8-cell stage of clevage where the embryo is condensed... NESSEAR…
fluid-filled cavity
extraembryonic
embryonic
compaction
8-cell stage of clevage where the embryo is condensed... NESSEAR…
blastocoel
fluid-filled cavity
73 terms
Human Developmental Diagnosis Midterm 2
How do you check sensation on a baby?
When doing the Achilles DTR on a newbo…
What is a normal Babinski response in…
What is the Moro reflex?
Look for withdrawal and/or reaction to a painful stimuli
Clonus up to 10 beats
Upgoing toe sign
A loud noise or loss of support should cause abduction/extens…
How do you check sensation on a baby?
Look for withdrawal and/or reaction to a painful stimuli
When doing the Achilles DTR on a newbo…
Clonus up to 10 beats
161 terms
Human Developmental Diagnosis - Exam I
fetal loss <20 weeks is considered a?
fetal loss > 20 weeks is considered a?
what does habitual mean?
what is incomplete or inevitable mean?
- miscarriage or spontaneous abortion
- stillbirth
- 3-4 consecutive abortions occur at specific time during pre…
- non-viable embryo/fetus separated from placenta
fetal loss <20 weeks is considered a?
- miscarriage or spontaneous abortion
fetal loss > 20 weeks is considered a?
- stillbirth
110 terms
Human Reproductive and Developmental Biology Test 2
Name four ultrasound findings associat…
5 things a pregnant person with an ele…
Isolating Fetal Cells in Maternal Blood
Cell-free DNA
Increased nuchal fold (LR=12), Pyelectasis (hydronephrosis LR…
Spina bifida, anencephaly, gastroschisis, omphalocele, enceph…
1 out of a billion cells in maternal blood are fetal
Approximately 10% of cell free DNA in maternal blood is fetal…
Name four ultrasound findings associat…
Increased nuchal fold (LR=12), Pyelectasis (hydronephrosis LR…
5 things a pregnant person with an ele…
Spina bifida, anencephaly, gastroschisis, omphalocele, enceph…
19 terms
Human Development-Skeletal Developmental Changes.
Calcaneus at birth
Calcaneus in adult
Tibial Torsion/thigh-foot angle at birth
Tibial Torsion/thigh-foot angle in adult
Birth: 22°
Adult: 2-3°
Birth: 5-10° internal
Adult: 10° external
Calcaneus at birth
Birth: 22°
Calcaneus in adult
Adult: 2-3°
49 terms
Human Developmental Psychology Unit 10
Ego identity vs Role confusion
Industry Vs. Inferiority
Trust Vs. Mistrust
Autonomy Vs. Shame and Doubt
Finding your identity integrates your past, present and futur…
A sense of duty and accomplishment, academic and social compe…
Affection gratification of needs, consistent world. However n…
Encouragement, child viewing self as apart from parents, howe…
Ego identity vs Role confusion
Finding your identity integrates your past, present and futur…
Industry Vs. Inferiority
A sense of duty and accomplishment, academic and social compe…
19 terms
Intro to Human Services: Developmental review
heredity
nurturance
temperament
goodness of fit
traits people are born with
care given to someone, emotional and physical care
personality that reflects how a person reflects with environm…
compatibility of a persons temperment with environmental surr…
heredity
traits people are born with
nurturance
care given to someone, emotional and physical care
69 terms
human development OT developmental evaluation
Developmental history
OT evaluationAssessment of Newborn, in…
Development assessments of neonates -…
Development assessments of neonates -…
-Information regarding the mother's pregnancy and specifics o…
Neurological status: 1) state of consciousness 2) testing of…
-Focus: assesses infant's pattern of developing behavioral or…
-Focus: a rating scale consisting of a brief neurological exa…
Developmental history
-Information regarding the mother's pregnancy and specifics o…
OT evaluationAssessment of Newborn, in…
Neurological status: 1) state of consciousness 2) testing of…
40 terms
Human Components II Developmental Theorists
Sigmund Freud
Unconscious Mind (Freud)
Freuds 3 parts of personality
Freuds Stage 1 of Development
Psychosocial Development (How the personality develops and wh…
Suppressed Memories = Neurological Disorders
ID = Internal Drive Runs Things... EGO= Able to plan and wait fo…
Oral Gratification (0 to 18 mo)
Sigmund Freud
Psychosocial Development (How the personality develops and wh…
Unconscious Mind (Freud)
Suppressed Memories = Neurological Disorders
12 terms
PNP: developmental stages of the human condition
Skin: neonate
Skin: toddler
skin: adolescence
skin: adult
immature, thin, loosely connected, friction causes bruising
tightly bound
estrogen causes skin to soften and thicken, increased vascula…
elastic, well-hydrated, firm and smooth, lubrication can slow…
Skin: neonate
immature, thin, loosely connected, friction causes bruising
Skin: toddler
tightly bound
13 terms
Human Developmental Studies Exam 2
Cephalocaudal
Proximodistal
Neurons
Synapses
Lower part of body that grows later than the head
Extremities grow later then the head, chest, and trunk
Nerve cells that store and transmit information
Tiny gaps where fibers from different neurons come together,…
Cephalocaudal
Lower part of body that grows later than the head
Proximodistal
Extremities grow later then the head, chest, and trunk
210 terms
Human Developmental Diagnosis Midterm I
Maternal Mortality
Infant Mortality
Top 5 Causes of Infant Deaths
Miscarriage/Spontaneous Abortion
The death of a woman while pregnant or within 1 year of pregn…
Annual number of deaths of infants UNDER 1 year of age per 1,…
1) Birth Defects... 2) Pre-term Birth and Low birth weights... 3) M…
Pregnancy loss BEFORE 20th week
Maternal Mortality
The death of a woman while pregnant or within 1 year of pregn…
Infant Mortality
Annual number of deaths of infants UNDER 1 year of age per 1,…
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