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Week 2 Ch. 9 Poster exercise

by: Jenny Dixon

Week 2 Ch. 9 Poster exercise CDFS 3310

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jenny Dixon on Friday September 9, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CDFS 3310 at Middle Tennessee State University taught by Henegar in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Human Development II in Child Development and Family Studies at Middle Tennessee State University.

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Date Created: 09/09/16
8/31/16 Notes (Ch. 9) Human Development 2 CDFS 3310-003 Poster Board In-Class exercise 1) Identify 4 common sleep problems and give recommendations for handling them (256-257): -Nightmares: Avoid heavy meals before bed, regular bed time, and -Enuresis: Don’t get angry with child it will go away by itself in time -Night Terrors: Best not to interrupt or wake child -Sleep walking: Best not to wake child because it could further confuse and frighten child 2) Describe key developments in a child’s brain between ages 3 and 6 (257): - Growth in frontal areas is most rapid (planning and goal setting) - Density of synapses in the prefrontal cortex peaks at age 4 - Myelination of pathways for hearing is completed - By age 6, the brain has attained about 95% of its peak volume 3) Tell where and how young children are most likely to be injured; list ways in which injured and list ways in which in which injuries can be avoided (267): -Home: Drowning, fires, suffocation, poisoning, falls, food allergies. -Public: Smoking, air pollution, pesticides, lead, food allergies. -School: Recess, playtime -Economic status: Poor. Homeless Avoidances: -Home: Keeping a close eye on them -Public: N/A -School: More adult help -Economic: 4) How do children’s bodies change between ages 3 and 6 (258)? -Grow less quickly than infancy and childhood (rapid growth b/w 3-6 though) -Athletic body by age 3, abdominal muscles develop (so “potbelly” tightens) - Trunk, arms, and legs grow longer (head is large, but other parts will catch up: becoming more adult-like) - Both boys and girls grow 2-3 inches a year and gain 4-6 pounds annually - Cartilage turns to bone at a faster rate 5) Identify effects of malnutrition and factors that may influence its long-term outcome (264-265): -Effects: Negative growth and physical well-being, cognitive and psychosocial development. -Influence: Socioeconomic status


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