Flashcards in Physical Development of Infants and Toddlers Deck (19):
In one year a babies length grows _ inches and they weight is _ times as heavy
12 inches in length
4X as heavy
Babies living in poverty tend to be _
From 18 months to 3 years babies begin to:
Become physically stronger and move and interact in an upright position
Motor skills develop in a relatively _ order
Kids are considered toddlers at what age?
Most children learn bladder and bowel control at age:
T/F Self-care skill development varies culture to culture. Particular cultural practices can affect how quickly toddlers gain self-help skills
T/F By one years old infants can see as well as adults
By 26 weeks, heart rate and movement increases at changes in _ and _
Pitch and loudness
Taste, smell and touch develop before or after birth?
T/F Infants can distinguish 5 tastes (sour, bitter, salty, sweet, and neutral)
T/F infants cannot distinguish between pleasant and unpleasant smells
What is a major way that babies learn?
What is the most powerful influence on brain development?
Under stress, _ attached babies produce less cortisol than _ attached babies
Securely attached, insecurely attached
Appropriate stimulation in the first 3 years can offset certain:
Prenatal impairments in brain development
80% of infants learning involves _
Hearing deficits delay speech acquisition and development of later _ abilities