Flashcards in Behavioral Science - The Life Cycle Deck (25):
T/F: Receptive speech precedes expressive speech by 6 months.
How does development occur?
From cephalad to caudad;
Central to peripheral;
Self to others;
Understanding to expressing
When do babies start social smiling?
When do babies exhibit stranger anxiety?
Name this reflex: Touch the baby's cheek and it turns toward the nipple
Name this reflex: Baby grips any object put in its palm.
Palmar Grasp reflex
What is the moro reflex?
Limbs extend when the child is startled
When should the Babinski reflex disappear?
1 year of age
When is parallel play seen?
When is gender identity established?
By 3 years
When are bowel and bladder function control mastered?
Age 4-5 years
Give an example of when regression is normal.
Age 3-6, when a new sibling arrives
When is cooperative play seen?
By Age 4
T/F: Imaginary friends is part of normal development.
True, age 3-6
At what age is there a strong fear of bodily injury?
When is the superego first seen?
Around age 6
sense of morality and sense of empathy
Understanding the finality of death is first seen at what age?
When do school and relationships define self worth?
same sex peers
T/F: Psychosexual issues are dormant at ages 7-11
When does a child understand the universality of death?
Age 7 to 11.
What is the most important part of adolescence, developmentally?
Establishment of identity
When is pruning of up to 50% of synaptic connections expected in development?
Adolescence, age 11-20
The limbic system is in overdrive and the PFC is still myelinating, which can lead to risk taking behavior, in what age group?
Middle adolescence, about age 15
What are the stages of dying?
Not necessarily in order