CHFD 2200(8) - • Ears are structurally complete at 24...

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CHFD 2200 Chapter 4-PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT IN INFANCY & TODDLERHOOD Activity(muscle tone) Pulse(heart rate) Grimace(reflex response) Appearance(color) Respiration(breathing) Birth Weight & Later Health Low=>5 and a half pounds High birth weight=>tumors, breast cancer Horizontal placement=>less pressure on cervix Developments in Hearing
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Unformatted text preview: • Ears are structurally complete at 24 weeks but begin at 8 weeks • Americans=>more exaggerated baby talkers than Asians & Europeans Improvements in Vision • They learn to use their eyeballs • See clearly—1 to 2 feet • 6-8 months=>sweat glands begin to function • In utero--cephalocaudal...
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