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HDFS Chapter 1-4 Review

by: Jaime Dolan

HDFS Chapter 1-4 Review 629152

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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Jaime Dolan on Thursday February 25, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to 629152 at penn state berks taught by Krysta Murillo in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 45 views. For similar materials see The Development of Children in Child Development at penn state berks.

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Date Created: 02/25/16
HDFS Midterm Review  Chapter 1: Developmental Theories  ­Periods of Development  ­Domains of Development ­Views of Children  ­Theories of Children  There are five periods of study in child development (True) There are three domains in child development (False) Today’s parents are way more indulgent than parents were in previous periods of history (True) Grand theories of development include Piaget’s constructivist theory and Vygotsky’s  sociocultural theory (True)  Chapter 2: Biocultural Foundations  ­Biological Inheritance  ­Cell Formation ­Laws of Genetic Inheritance  ­Mutations and Heritability  What are the tools of culture? (Material and Symbolic) The genetic coding of an individual including traits that are unseen is known as the (Genotype)  Germ cells are formed through the process of (Meiosis)  An embryo with the following genetic coding will result in a fetus of what gender? (Boy XY) A person with homozygous recessive traits will display a phenotype for a heritable disease  (True)  Being carrier for a recessive trait means you will NOT pass it on to your offspring (False)  Chapter 3: Prenatal Development and Birth  ­The periods of prenatal development  ­Maternal conditions and prenatal development  ­Teratogens  ­Birth ­The Newborn  How many periods are there in the prenatal period of development (Three Germinal, Embryonic, Fetal) Which supplements should a pregnant woman include in her diet? (All of the above) Pregnant women are advised to consume below 2000 calories per day to support the growing  fetus (False) Maternal stress is shown to have little to no impact on the growing fetus (False) It does not really matter what teratogens are exposed to the fetus in the prenatal period of  development (False)  The newborn baby health and behavior is assessed at birth for signs of viability using the Apgar  scale and the Brazelton Neonatal Assessment Scale (True) Chapter 4: The First 3 Months  ­Physical Growth ­Brain Development  ­Senses and Reflexes A newborn’s vision is stronger than their sense of smell (False)  Infants have the ability to distinguish all sounds, or phonemes, in human speech, an ability that  is retained throughout the lifespan (False)  Breast­fed infants weigh more than formula­fed infants (False)  The ___ on an infant’s head allow for the brain and skull to grow during infancy (Syanpses)  5­month old Sara has likely learned through operant conditioning that swatting her crib mobile  will produce a musical sound (True)


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