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Ch.4[1] - Physical Development and Health in Infancy...

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Physical Development and Health in Infancy Chapter 4
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Physical Changes Next to prenatal development, greatest amount of physical change occurs in infancy Brain develops quicker than body
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Brain Development Synapses Pruning Plasticity
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Reflexes and Behavioral States Adaptive and primitive reflexes Different sleep states Different cries for pain, anger, and hunger Colic
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Physical Growth and Development Fine and gross motor skills Bone and lung development
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Nutrition Breast-feeding vs. bottle-feeding Introduction of solid food Macronutrient/micronutrient malnutrition
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