PSYA02H3 Chapter 10: Chapter 10 Notes

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10. 1 physical development from conception through infancy: developmental psychology: the study of human physical, cognitive, social, and behavioural characteristics across the lifespan. Zygotes to infants: from one cell to billions. Germinal: 0-2 weeks: migration of the blastocyst from the fallopian tubes. At birth, about 100 bill neurons and a brain that is approx. Infants turn their heads toward the scent of breastmilk helps to initiate nursing. Motor development in the first year: at 5 months after conception, the fetus begins to have control of voluntary motor movements. The rooting reflex: elicited by stimulation to the corners of the mouth, causes infants to orient themselves toward the. The grasping reflex stimulation and make sucking motions. 10. 2 infancy and childhood: cognitive and emotional development. The sensorimotor stage: living in the material world are not physically present: when we are adults, we understand that things continue to exist even if they.

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