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LC 2.1 Normal Psychomotor Development (I)


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Development
The growth and change of a child into a more advanced form
Cephalic to caudal
Child development occurs in a [_____] to [_____] direction
Areas
One area of development affects the development of other [_____]
Sensitive period
Psychomotor development: The time period when certain instinctive behaviour is more easily produced by appropriate stimulation
Critical period
Psychomotor development: The period of circumscribed time during which an embryologic feature or a behaviour normally develops
Genetics
A biological factor affecting psychomotor development
Attachment
A psychological factor affecting psychomotor development
Mother's education
A social factor affecting psychomotor development
Gross motor
Concerning psychomotor development, 'head control' and 'sits without support' are [______] milestones
Fine motor
Concerning psychomotor development, 'grasps rattle' and 'reaches for objects' are [______] milestones
Communication
Concerning psychomotor development, 'smiles in response to face or voice' and 'monosyllabic babble' are [______] milestones
Cognitive
Concerning psychomotor development, 'concept of object permanence' and 'recognition of self' are [_______] milestones
Initial Age
Concerning psychomotor development, this is the age by which a few children begin to show an ability
Mean Age
Concerning psychomotor development, this is the age by which 50% of children begin to show an ability
Limit Age
Concerning psychomotor development, this is the age by which the majority of children begin to show an ability
Health and well-being
The Healthy Child Programme promotes child [_____] and [______]
72
By [__] hours from birth, all newborns are given a comprehensive screening
Biopsychosocial model
The Healthy Child Programme assesses need using the [_______]