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What

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Define pre-term birth.

Preterm is defined as babies born alive before 37 weeks of pregnancy are completed.

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Anomia

Inability to name objects or recognize written or spoken names of objects

Damange to Wernicke's Area could produce this

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At what age does the ability to realize that other's have a separate reality occur?

 

18-24 Months

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What has been found as the greatest predictor of intellectual disability without known etiology?

Low birth weight

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Someone with Huntington's disease likely has damage to what part of the brain?

The caudate nucleus of the Basal Gangli

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Reflexes in Infants

- Moro (startle)

- Rooting (latching/sucking)

- Babinski (toes up when heel stroked

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What does Vygotsky feel are the key elements in his theory of cognitive development?

Language and social interactions

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Gross motor skills of a 3 year old

Kicking a ball; taking steps w alternate feet, can ride a bicycle; run without falling

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The basic trait of Inhibition has been attributed by Kagan to what?

CNS Reactivity

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According to Maslow's Heirarchy of needs, what will someone seek after their physiological needs have been met?

Safety needs

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Language Development Stages

- 12-16 mos: Babbling

- 18-24 mos: Telegraphic Speech (2-word requests "Daddy milk"; nouns, verbs, adjectives

- 26-32 months:  3 or more words to make sentences

- 30-32 mos of age" increasingly complex sentences

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At what age do children tend to experience "stranger anxiety"?

8-10 months of age