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HDFS 129 February 25, 2008 Project Plan due – Monday March 3 H. Infant States Deep sleep Active Sleep (moving) – towards REM or out of REM Drowsiness Quiet Alert – arms & legs still Active Alert – moving, try to roll over Crying I. Infant Sensory Skills Touch Taste Smell Hearing – tests at birth Vision – can see right at birth, 12-18 inches, cant see pastel, do have depth perception Vestibular – movement, moving baby’s minds stimulate Robert Franz – infant visual skills Visual cliff – could perceive the edge Linear movement – calming
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Unformatted text preview: Vertical movement – arousing Intermodal Perception – what babies see should give with what they are hearing J. Infant Motor Development Cephalocaudal – develops head to toe Proximodistal – inside to out – center out Gross to fine Simple to complex o Prone – on the belly o Supine – on the back Motor Development Prone Supine Propping Rolling Prone to Supine Supine to Prone – takes longer – needs muscle development Sitting- can either be Supported Unsupported...
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