Assessment Final

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Assessment Final
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  1. When you turn the baby's head to one side or the other and baby's arm will extend in the direction in which the head is turned and the other arm will upward. Disappears around 4 months
    tonic neck
  2. When you gently stroke the outer side of the bottom of the baby's foot and the toes will curl outward like a fan. Disappears at 12 months.
    Babinski reflex
  3. When you stroke baby's mouth and baby will start sucking. Disappears at 6 months.
    rooting reflex
  4. When you place the nipple in baby's mouth and baby will start sucking. Disappears at 6 months.
    sucking reflex
  5. When the baby experiences a loss of support or a sudden noise it will cause the baby to arch his back, extend his arms outward, and then bring them towards him. Disappears at 6 months
    moro reflex
  6. When you hold the baby gently under the arms while the feet touch a table and as you release support slowly, the baby will begin to show some resistance to the weight by stretching the muscles of the legs. Disappears at 3 months.
    standing reflex
  7. Lightly touch the baby's palm and the fingers will clamp into a fist. Disappears at 4 months.
    Palmer Grasp Reflex
  8. While a baby is lying on its stomach, gently tap the back along the side and above the waste. The baby will twist its lower extremities toward the side that was touched. Disappears at 3 months.
    The swimming reflex
  9. The baby will push against the soles of the baby's feet while the baby is lying on the stomach and rudimentary crawling movement will result. Disappears at 4 months
    Crawling reflex
  10. When you hold the baby under the arms with the baby's feet touching a table and move the baby forward, keeping contact between table and feet. The baby will take steps. Disappears at 3 months,
    The stepping reflex
  11. At what age can a baby sit with support?
    6 months
  12. At what age can a baby sit unsupported?
    8 months
  13. At what age can a baby typically crawl?
    6 months
  14. At what age can a baby typically stand?
    12 months
  15. At what age can a baby walk unsupported?
    12 - 15 months
  16. the sounds of a language that are the basis for word construction. Babies first learn the phonemes of their own language.
    phonemes
  17. the meaning of words and sentences
    semantics
  18. The smallest meaningful unit in a language
    morphemes
  19. The practical rules guiding the use of verbal and nonverbal communication in differing situations
    Pragmatics
  20. soft repetitive vowel sounds such as "ahh" and "ohh" begins at 2-3 months
    cooing
  21. sounds produced by infants during the first year of life before they learn to speak
    prelinguistic communications
  22. repeating consonants - vowel combinations two or more times. Ma ma ma. Begins at 6-7 months
    babbling
  23. when infants begin to use adult-like  stresses and intonation. They begin to put meaning and purpose to their babbling
    jargon
  24. vocalization that seem to have a consistent meaning
    protowords
  25. a single word conveys the meaning of a phrase or sentence
    holophrase
  26. a toddle speech style in which words not essential to meaning of a sentence are omitted. "Dont' street" - you don't go in the street
    telegraphic speech
  27. a vocabulary growth spurt that occurs typically around 18 months
    vocabulary spurt
  28. adults exaggerate speech and body movements including facial expressions such as mock surprise and mock sadness
    exaggeration
  29. head nods, facial expressions, pause, prolonging certain syllables, using few words
    slowing down and simplification
  30. saying the same word or phrase many times with minor variation
    rhythm and repetition
  31. caregivers imitating infant behavior
    matching
  32. a concept related to matching in which the adult's behavior is similar to the infant's but not an exact copy
    attunement
  33. infants do not have the idea but adults fill in the natural pauses with their own actions (protoconversations)
    turn taking

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