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Chapter 5 key points

by: Anna Dosso

Chapter 5 key points HDFS 230

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Anna Dosso
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Life Span Development
Candace Philbrick

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Here are my key points for chapter 5
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Candace Philbrick
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Date Created: 09/24/15
Chapter 5 Key points Preservation The tendency to stick to one thought or action LeftHandedness may indicate an advantage in creativity The prefrontal cortex 0 Planning 0 Prioritizing 0 Re ection Lateralization Sidedness o Specialization of certain functions by each side of the brain The Hippocampus 0 Memory By the time a child reaches 3yrs old heshe no longer relies on routines Primary prevention 0 Managing conditions so injuries are less likely to occur Secondary prevention 0 Stepping in as the action is occurring and stopping it or reducing harm Tertiary prevention 0 Taking action after the event already occurred to reduce negative impact Lack of iron zinc and calcium in early childhood is a nutritional de cit in developed countries Fine motor skills small body movements such as writing or cutting food Gross motor skills big movements like walking Children are slimmest at 56 yrs old Piaget received criticism for underestimating conceptual ability during cthhood Egocentrism is what makes a child believe that someone he loves will love what he loves Overimitation lmitating unimportant actions or behaviors Overregularization When someone applies rules of grammar to situations where it is not needed Balanced bilingual knowing two languages uently without favoring one over the other Children can be referred to as language sponges 0 They have the ability to learn many languages Lead exposure causes 0 Reduced intelligence 0 Mental retardation 0 Behavior problems The limbic system 0 Expression and control of emotions Vygotsky 0 Every aspect of a child s cognitive development is embedded in social context


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