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G&D ch 7-8

G&D ch 7-8 - Term Definition What is the age range of...

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Term: What is the age range of children in the early childhood period? Definition: 1-6 Term: What are the two phases of early childhood and what are the ages assoiciated with each phase? Definition: toddler-1-2, preschool-2-6 Term: What is receptive language? Definition: understanding Term: What is expressive language? Definition: speaking words
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Term: What tasks are to be mastered during early childhood? Definition: receptive & expressive language, developing social interaction skills, mastery of self-control (toilet training), beginning to develop self-image and sense of autonomy Term: Children between ages 1 and 4 are in which of Erikson's stages of psychosocial development? Definition: autonomy vs. shame or doubt Term: Children between ages 4 and 6 are in which of Erikson's stages of psychosocial development? Definition: initiative vs. guilt Term: When should the child be able to walk steadily? Definition: between 12 and 15 months Term: By what age does an exaggerated lumbar curve cause the abdomen to protrude? Definition: 2
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Term: By age 3 the _______ is more erect. Definition: posture Term: When do legs appear bowed in children and feet strike the floor flat when walking? Definition: between 12 and 18 months Term: What is the age range in which there is a knock-knee appearance? Definition: 18 months - 2 years Term: The gait gradually becomes steadier, and by age __ the knees and toes appear more in alignment.
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