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Cde class 2 - CDE 232 jan 30 First Two Years Biosocial Development-changes between physical self and social environment Keep in mind Norms

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CDE 232- jan 30 First Two Years: Biosocial Development -changes between physical self and social environment Keep in mind Norms- milestones based on the average population Percentile-of interest to clinicians-indicates your rank with regard to milestone Helps clinicians to make decisions about whether the milestones are being Achieved within an appropriate time Risk-variable that increases the likelihood of something bad happening Milestones- important events Body changes Rapid changes- Infants triple weight within the first year Norm is 22 lbs within the first year of weight gain The head grows really fast-due to the brain Neurological changes due to learning how to communicate Consequences of neglect can be severe BUT Language, academic functions, social relationships are vital within the first two years of life Sleep Newborns sleep about 17 hours per day Infants sleep patterns influenced by brain waves and parents’ caregiving practices **most growth occurs while sleeping *average newborn in an American family-sleep in about 2 hour increments
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course CDE 232 taught by Professor Gingerburell during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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Cde class 2 - CDE 232 jan 30 First Two Years Biosocial Development-changes between physical self and social environment Keep in mind Norms

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