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Unformatted text preview: RESILIENCY in temperament makes some more resistant to the environment and/or appealing to potential mentors. Comprised of a set of protective factors: • Positive Quality of Mood (elicit positive responses from others). • Adaptability (quick recovery from set-backs) • Develop special interests (modifies effects of negative environment) • Above-average intelligence (seek explanations for slights, beyond personal shortcomings) EARLY CHILDHOOD PHYSICAL DOMAIN GROSS MOTOR: Large muscles; fundamental motor skills. Stages relate to nervous system, practice, coaching, and inherent abilities. High energy/ slow growth rate = less food/more sleep than parents often assume. FINE MOTOR : small muscles of hands and fingers; eye-hand coordination. Grasp goes from palmar (whole hand) to pincer (finger-thumb) to “controlled tripod” Hand-dominance fully established by 4 or 5....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course HEV 100 taught by Professor Payne during the Summer '07 term at Central Mich..
- Summer '07