CH3 PSYC 2060 - Child and Adolescent Development Major...

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Child and Adolescent Development
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Major Developmental Milestone: 3 months Social/emotional Social smile Imitates some movements and facial expressions Turns head towards direction of sound Smiles at the sound of your voice babbles Of concern Does not notice loud noises Does not babble by 3 to 4 months Dos not push down with legs when feet are placed on firm surface by 4 months
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Major Developmental Milestone: 7 months Social/emotional Enjoys social play Responds to others expressions of emotions Cognitive Struggles for objects out of reach Language Responds to own name, “no” Motor Rolls both ways Sits up Reaches with one hand Of concern Previous plus Floppy like a rag doll Refuses to cuddle or show affection Does not laugh No interest in peek-a-boo by 8 months BABIES!!! Which of these milestones did you see?
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Major Developmental Milestone: 1 year Social/emotional Cries when parent leaves Shows preference for specific people and toys Enjoys imitating others Cognitive Finds hidden objects Imitates gestures Begins using objects correctly (cup, brush, phone) Language Responds to simple requests Says Dada and Mama Motor crawls Pulls self to standing Pincher grasp Of concern Does not crawl Can not stand when supported Doesn’t use simple 1 words Doesn’t learn gestures such as waving, shaking head Does not point to objects
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Major Developmental Milestone: 2 years Social/emotional Imitates behaviors of others Excited around other children Begins to show some defiant behavior Cognitive Sorts shapes and colors Starts make-believe play Language Points to objects when named Simple phrases by 18 to 24 months Repeats words overheard in conversations Motor Walks unaided Kicks a ball Climbs stairs with help Of concern Does not crawl Can not stand when supported Doesn’t use simple 1 words Doesn’t learn gestures such as waving, shaking head Does not point to objects I’m two years old!
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Developmental Delays Represents a lag in achieving developmental milestone Developmental milestones are determined by the average age at which children attain each skill 3% of children will not meet them on time, 15-20% of children will actually have semi- abnormal development Three most important areas to assess delays: motor, language, and social
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Developmental Delays Does not respond to name by 12 months Child failing to walk by 18 months Minimal speech by 24 months Engages in stereotypic behavior (e.g., hand flapping, echolalia, echopraxia)
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Developmental Delay or Not- Quiz 2 year old child who does not speak Yes 14 year month old who still crawls No (18 months) 2 ½ year old who does not engage in cooperative play No 7 month old who does not turn head toward source of noise Yes
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2011 for the course PSYC, PSYC 2076, 2060 taught by Professor Briganti,gustan,perlis,namikas,wheeler during the Spring '10 term at LSU.

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