Flashcards in Quiz Two Deck (60)
What does the APGAR score measure?
Activity, Pulse, Grimace, Appearance, and Respiration
What is the appropriate temperature range for a newborn?
What is the appropriate heart rate range for a newborn?
What is the appropriate range of respirations for a newborn?
What is the normal range of blood pressure of a newborn?
How much should a newborn weigh?
How long should a newborn be?
Reflex begins when the corner of the baby's mouth is stroked or touched and the head turns in that direction
When the roof of the baby's mouth is touched, the baby will begin to suck
When a baby's head is tuned to one side, the arm on that side stretches out and the opposite arm bends up at the elbow
Tonic neck reflex
Stroking the palm of the baby's hand causes the baby to close their fingers
When the sole of the foot is firmly stroked, the big toe bends back toward the top of the foot and the other toes fan out
Baby appears to walk or dance when held upright with his or her feet touching a solid surface
Which reflex is weak in premature babies?
At what point is hand dominance established?
What Erikson stage is the infant in?
Trust vs. Mistrust
What is Erikson's main goal for infants?
Gratification through feeding, holding, and changing the diaper
When does the Moro reflex disappear?
When does the Tonic Neck reflex disappear?
When does the Grasp reflex disappear?
When does the Babinski reflex disappear?
Which reflex is strongest in premature babies?
When is jaundice okay in a newborn?
After the second day of life
Which fontanel is bigger?
When does the posterior fontanel close?
When does the anterior fontanel close?
What part of the diet is most important for infants?
Happens when any of the seven phases of attachment are encumbered
Failure to Thrive
When does a baby recognize familiar faces and pay attention to speaking voices?
When does a baby hold its head erect and steady, laugh aloud, smile at mom, and begin pre-language vocalizations?
When does a baby begin drooling, rolling, hand-eye coordination, and chewing?
When does a baby smile at its mirror image, sleep through the night, and start getting teeth?
When does an infant sit in a high chair and imitate sounds?
When does an infant start to bear weight, produce vowel sounds, and imitate simple acts?
When can and infant feed itself and begin to show regular patterns in bladder and bowel elimination?
When does an infant respond to simple verbal requests and pull itself into a standing position?
When does an infant start to pay attention to its own name?
When does an infant start to walk?
When can an infant walk without help?
When can a baby start potty training?
What is the age range of an infant?
What is that age range of a toddler?
12 months-3 years
What is Erikson's stage for toddlers?
Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt
What does Erikson think must occur for toddlers?
Do as much themselves as possible
How long does toilet training generally take?
How do toddlers play?
At 18 months, what are the receptive and expressive language landmarks?
50 receptive, 20 expressive
At 24 months, what are the expressive and receptive language landmarks?
1200 receptive and 270 expressive, with 2-3 word sentences
At 30 months, what are the receptive and expressive language landmarks?
2400 receptive, 425 expressive with 2.5 word sentences
At 36 months, what are the expressive and receptive language landmarks?
3600 receptive and 900 expressive with 3-4 word sentences
What stage does Erikson believe preschoolers are in?
Initiative vs. Guilt
What does Erikson say has to happen for preschoolers?
Parents must provide opportunities to do new things and give rewards for exploratory behavior
How old is a preschooler?
What test assesses a preschooler's readiness for school?
Vineland Social Maturity Scale
What age are school aged children?
At what age does puberty occur?
11-13 years old
What is Erikson's stage for school aged children?
Industry vs. Inferiority
How can parents foster a positive outcome for Erikson's school aged child?
Set realistic goals, provide opportunity to succeed, praise, stay involved and supportive