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Studies of families with only one child indicate that only children:
Are similar to firstborn children.
Which term refers to a shared cultural, social, and linguistic heritage?
what is a pattern of assumptions, beliefs, and practices that unconsciously frames or guides the outlook and decisions of a group of people
what disease are jewish most likely to get
what disease are native americans most likely to get
type 2 diabetes
what disease are african american most likely to get
sickle cell disease
what disease are english/scottish most likely to get
which ethnic group believes that health is a state of harmony with nature and universe
which ethnic group believes that energy is restored through the use of acupuncture
which ethnic group are folk therapies and folk medicine prevalent
Which statement helps explain the growth and development of children?
The sequence of developmental milestones is predictable.
The nurse is discussing toddler development with a parent. Which intervention will foster the achievement of autonomy in the toddler?
Encourage the toddler to do things for self when capable of doing them
Erickson's theory provides a framework for:
explaining children's behavior in mastering developmental tasks
Between ages 4 and 8 months, the infant progresses through the 1st stage of separation-individuation and begins to have some awareness of self and mother as separate beings. What is this called?
The unexpected death of an infant under 1 year of age that remains unexplained after a complete postmortem exam.
A sign of inadequate growth resulting from inability to obtain or use calories required for growth
failure to thrive
Cessation of breathing for 20 seconds or more
T or F parents should be advised to position an infant on it's abdomen to prevent SIDS
What are some external influences
- social factors
- cultural customs
what are some internal factors
- developmental factors
- age-specific factors
- ordinal positioning in family
what is an example of role transition
Becoming a parent of 1 child to a parent of 2 children
what is an example of role learning
becoming a father for the first time
What is a pattern of learned beliefs, values and practices that are shared within a group, includes practices, customs, views on roles and relationships and communication patterns and language
what is a system of human organizations generating distinctive cultural patterns and institutions and usually providing protection, security, continuity, and a national identity for its members
what is a division of humans possessing traits transmissible by descent and sufficient to characterize as a distinct human type
What is a concept that any behavior must be assessed first in the context of the culture in which it occurs
what is an organized system of beliefs Or a place of worship
What is an individual's personal beliefs, transcendent experiences, and principles
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