Chapter 8 - CHAPTER 8: RUDIMENTARY MOVEMENT ABILITIES:...

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CHAPTER 8: RUDIMENTARY MOVEMENT ABILITIES: Concept 8.1: The sequence of infant motor development is predictable, but the rate is variable. c. 1. The most basic of the 3 categories of movement is: a. Locomotion b. Manipulation c. Stability d. All of the above are correct e. Mobility e. 2. The development of rudimentary movement abilities: a. Occurs independently b. Occurs interdependently c. Is environmentally influenced d. Both a and c are correct e. Both b and c are correct e. 3. The rudimentary movement phase begins: a. After the reflex phase has been completed b. During the early childhood period c. During utero d. With good control e. To inhibit reflexive activity c. 4. The "reflex inhibition stage": a. Is the same as the preinitial stage b. Is the same as the precontrol stage c. Encompasses most of the first year of life d. Encompasses most of the second year of life e. All of the above are correct d. 5. Movement of the child from the "reflex inhibition stage" to the "precontrol stage" is largely dependent upon: a. Opportunity for practice b. Instruction c. Photosynthesis d. Myelination e. All of the above are correct b. 6. The most basic form of movement which the infant must bring under control is: a. Locomotion b. Stability c. Manipulation
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d. Bowel and bladder control e. Largely dependent upon a large number of environmental factors a. 7. The “reflex inhibition stage” essentially begins: a. At birth b. End of first month c. End of second month d. End of third month e. End of fourth month b. 8. H.M. Halverson is to _____, as Mary Shirley is to _____: a. Walking, upright posture b. Voluntary grasp, upright posture c. Involuntary grasp, motor development d. Reach, locomotion progression e. Motor development, locomotion progression c. 9. Early motor development is a function of many factors. Which of the following is not one of those factors? a. Neurological maturation b. Task c. Cognitive maturation d. Environment e. Individual Concept 8.2: Variations in the rate of infant motor development lend support to the proposition that development is a dynamic process within a self-organizing system. b. 10. The ________of infant motor development is predictable, but the ______ is variable: a. Pace, sequence b. Sequence, rate c. Pace, state d. Rate, pace e. Rate, sequence d. 11. Current infant motor development research focuses on _______ explanations of change over time: a. Descriptive b. Neural maturational c. Biological d. Dynamical e. Stage b. 12. The three functional categories of movement are: a. Crawling, creeping, walking b. Stability, locomotion, manipulation
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c. Control of head, neck and trunk, sitting and standing
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Chapter 8 - CHAPTER 8: RUDIMENTARY MOVEMENT ABILITIES:...

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