Neurodevelopment

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Neurodevelopment
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2011-09-12 18:57:52
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  1. Infancy
    • birth - 2yrs
    • establishes trust with caregivers
    • sensory experiences used to learn about actions/ movements
    • Uses sensory information to cue movement
    • Houses need to be baby proofed
  2. Childhood
    • 2-10/12 (female/male)
    • develops initiative to plan and execute movement and to solve movement problems
    • Uses language
    • Progresses from pre-operation thought to concreat operation
    • Tendency to be self centered
    • bulding self image / self esteem
  3. Adolescence
    • 10/12 to 18/20 (female/male)
    • A Time of multiple changes (physical, social, emotional)
    • Identity is forged
    • Vlues embraced
    • Progresses to formal operation thought capale of abstract thinking
  4. Early Adult
    • 18/20 to 40 yrs
    • Secures identity
    • Pursues goals
    • ready for complex decision making
    • Multiple demands for time
  5. Middle Adult
    40 to 65
  6. Older Adulthood
    65 to death
  7. Piaget
    congnition
  8. Piagets Chart
    • Infancy - sensorimotor: pairing of sensory and motor relfexes lead to purposeful activity
    • Preschool - Preoperational: unidimensional awareness of environment begins use of symbols
    • School age - concrete operational: solves problems with real objects classification, conservation
    • Pubescence - Formal operational: solves abstract problems induction, deduction
  9. Maslow pyramid
    • Physiological / survival needs (food, water, elimination)
    • Safety
    • Love, belonging, affection
    • Self Esteem
    • Self Actualization
  10. Erikson Chart
    • Infancy: trust vs. mistrust
    • Late infancy: autonomy vs. Shame/doubt
    • Childhood: initiative vs. guilt
    • School age: industry vs. inferiority
    • Adolescence: identity vs role confusion
    • Early Adult: intimacy vs. isolation
    • Middle adult: Generativity vs. stagnation
    • Late Adult: ego integrity vs despair
  11. Epigenesis
    • Growth and development is sequential
    • some overlap - lower level skills are not perfect before progressing on to higher
    • Some children may skip and skill/ stage

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