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The change in motor behavior experienced over a life span.

Motor Development

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Head control, support on arms/hands and midline orientation.

4 Months

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Symmetric extension/abduction of the limbs against gravity, ability to extend the trunk against gravity.

6 Months

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Controlled rotation around long axis of the trunk that allows segmental rolling, counter rotation of trunk in crawling and creeping.

8 Months

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Balances in standing.

10 Months

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Walks independently.

12 Months

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Curled up position, fetal position.

Flexor Tone

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ATNR

Asymmetric Tonic Neck Reflex

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Birth - 2 Years

Infancy

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2-10 years females. 2 -12 years males.

Childhood

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10-12 - 20 years

Adolescence

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20 years may take 5 year transition.

Early Adulthood

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Begins at 40.

Middle Adulthood

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Beings at 60.

Older Adulthood

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Begins at 65.

Old Age.

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65-74 years old.

Young Old.

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75-84 years old.

Middle Old.

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85+ years old.

Old Old.

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Developed theory on intelligence based on his own kids. Four stages in cognitive development.

Piaget's Stages of Cognitive Development

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Entire spectrum of development from beginning to end.

Maslow and Erikson

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Developed a hierarchy.

Maslow

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Described stages.

Erikson

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Gross Motor Milestones

Head Control
Rolling
Sitting
Creeping
Walking

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Cephalic to Caudal

Head develops before trunk. Arms before legs.

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Proximal to Distal

In reference to midline. Ability to reach with proximal control. Gross to fine.

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Progression in change in movement patterns for the head and trunk.

Physiological flexion, antigravity extension, antigravity flexion, lateral flexion, and rotation.

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Motor Development is a result of 3 processes.

Growth, Maturation, Adaptation