Lecture on February 20th: Chapter Five

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Department
Psychology & Brain Sciences
Course
PSYCH 350
Professor
Lori Astheimer Best
Semester
Spring

Description
Developmental Psychology Chapter Five Continued, Lecture on February 20 th Major reflex reactions in newborn infants:  survival flexes serve obvious physical needs  examples: breathing sucking rooting swallowing Primitive reflexes:  moro - hold down baby and its arms fling out as if to grab something  palmar  grasping  babinski - touch your foot and toes fan out and curl back in Postural reflexes: Designed to maintain a specific orientation to the environment  stepping, swimming, placing, body righting Motor milestones: 6 months the baby can sit 10 months the baby can walk with assistance 15 months the baby can walk anywhere and everywhere 18 months children can run Determinants of motor development: Biological contributions, experiential contributions and cross-cultural differences Body growth and development: Proximaldistal development, pattern in w
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