Birth and the Newborn
In the New World
LO1 Identify the stages of childbirth.
LO2 Examine different methods of
LO3 Discuss potential problems with
LO4 Describe the postpartum period.
LO5 Describe t
Social and Emotional
LO1 Describe the dimensions of child rearing
and the styles of parenting.
LO2 Explain how siblings, birth order, peers, and
other factors affect social development during
LO1 Describe the developments in Piagets concreteoperational stage, focusing on examples of
decentration, such as conservation and seriation.
LO2 Discuss the theories of moral developmen
History, Theories, and
Methods of Child
LO1 Outline the development of the field of
LO2 Outline and evaluate the various
theories of child development.
LO3 Discuss controversies in child
Heredity and Conception
LO1 Explain the influences of heredity on
development, referring to chromosomes and
genes, mitosis and meiosis, twins, and dominant
and recessive traits.
LO2 Describe the features and causes of various
Infancy: Social and
LO1 Describe the development of
attachment in infants.
LO2 Discuss social deprivation, neglect,
and other factors that influence
LO3 Discuss the effects of day care on
BIRTH AND THE NEWBORN BABY: IN THE NEW WORLD
This chapter begins by describing the process of labor, which starts with the
_ prostaglandins and _. The stages of _are then
described in detail. Childbirth may take place under gene
LO1 Examine Jean Piagets studies of
LO2 Discuss the information-processing
LO3 Identify individual differences in
intelligence among infants.
LO4 Examine language
LO1 Describe patterns of growth in early childhood.
LO2 Describe development of motor skills in early
childhood, including drawing and handedness.
LO3 Describe nutritional needs in early ch
LO1 Discuss tendencies in physical
growth in infancy.
LO2 Examine the development of the
brain and neurons in infancy.
LO3 Describe motor development in
LO4 Discuss sensory and perceptual
Social and Emotional
LO1 Explain theories of social and emotional
development in middle childhood.
LO2 Discuss the influences of the family on
social development in middle childhood.
LO3 Discuss t
LO1 Describe growth patterns in middle
LO2 Discuss nutrition and overweight in
childhood, focusing on incidence, origins,
and treatment of the problem.
LO3 Describe motor devel
HEREDITY AND CONCEPTION
This chapter begins with an overview of the field of biology that studies heredity called
_, including a discussion of the basic structures (chromosomes, genes, and DNA)
and the two types of cell division
INFANCY: COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT
The chapter begins with an overview of _ theory of cognitive development.
His _ stage is presented, including a description of each of its six substages: simple
_; primary _ reactions; _ circular r
STEP 3 ANALYZING ONE DAY FOOD INTAKE
This is a table you will not see in your diet Analysis Software. You
need to Copy and Paste or make the table using Microsoft word.
1617.89 kcal 3566 kcal
MIDDLE CHILDHOOD: SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
This chapter begins by presenting the major theories of social and emotional development
of middle childhood: the _, social _, and cognitive-_
theories. A discussion of the dev
LO1 Outline the cognitive developments of
Piagets preoperational stage.
LO2 Discuss factors in cognitive development,
focusing on Vygotskys views and the effects of
the home environment, e
FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDELINE (chapter 3,9,10,11,12,13,14 and 15)
4. Pyloric sphincter
6. Main function of the stomach
7. Digestive organs
8. Main task of colon
9. Waste and water removal
10. Heart diseas
HISTORY, THEORIES, AND METHODS OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT
This chapter provides an introduction to the study of child development, beginning with
Lockes belief that children are a _ rasa and Rousseaus assertion that children are
EARLY CHILDHOOD: COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT
This chapter on the cognitive development of _ childhood begins with a
discussion of Piagets _ stage. This first section covers preschoolers
_ play; _; understanding of _, including animism
EARLY CHILDHOOD: SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
This chapter begins with an examination of _ influences on social and
emotional development in early childhood, including techniques for enforcing _,
transmission of _ and stand
INFANCY: PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
This chapter provides an overview of the physical growth and development that occurs
from birth to age _. First, three key sequences of physical development are
presented: _ (top to bottom), _ (trun
This chapter covers prenatal development, beginning with the _ stage,
which lasts from conception to _. Next comes the _ stage, during
which the major _ form, sexual _ takes place, and the _
sac and _ form.
INFANCY: SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
This chapter on the social and emotional development of infants begins with a discussion
of _. First, the various _ of attachment discovered by _
through use of her _ situation method ar
MIDDLE CHILDHOOD: PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
This chapter on physical development in _ childhood begins with an
overview of _ patterns and how _ and _ affect these
patterns. The chapter then turns to the definition, causes, and treat
EARLY CHILDHOOD: PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
This chapter describes the physical development that occurs between years two and
_. First, childrens slowing rate of growth in _ is considered,
followed by a discussion of brain development
Carbohydrates: Sugar, Starch,
Glycogen, and Fiber
Nutrition: Concepts & Controversies, 12e
Describe the major types of carbohydrates,
and identify their food sources.
Describe the various roles of carbohydrate