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Neonate moments are largely controlled by what involuntary movements? (Infancy) -  Reflexes The primary function of reflexes in infancy are used for what? (Infancy) - Nourishment  and protection What are spontaneous non-purposefull movements that appear in the absence of known  stimuli? -Abnormal in older children -Examples: persistent rocking and hand waving (Infancy) - Stereotypies In what direction do voluntary movements such as: posture, locomotion, and voluntary  control, appear in children? (Infancy) - From cephalocaudal - proximodistal This can lead to a child having less overall growth, limited brain development, and  growth curve being severely impacted. (Infancy) - Poor nutrition What is the stage whereby childhood ends? (Childhood) - Puberty Gross motor skills are rapidly developing in children but what skills are not fully  established? (Childhood) - Fine motor skills
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  • Winter '14
  • ColeenJ.Meyer
  • gross motor skills, average resting heart, limited brain development, individual growth boundaries, influences growth potential

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