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A life-threatening condition that occurs when infants are vigorously shaken by the shoulders, arms, or legs, is called:
A newborn’s brain weight goes from ___ to ___ of an adult’s brain weight in the first 2 years.
At birth, the human brain has:
Babies are at higher risk for SIDS if they:
Baby teeth begin to appear generally around:
Cephalocaudal pattern is:
By 18 months of age, a typically developing child can do all of the following except:
By 2-3 months of age, babies begin to explore objects visually and show a preference for:
By 6 months of age, a typically developing child can do all of the following except:
By _____ months of age, a typically developing child is able to grasp an object using his forefinger and thumb.
Childhood vaccines protect against diseases such as:
Fine motor skills are those that:
Gross motor skills are (select all that apply):
Small movements made by fingers and toes are known as _____ motor skills.
Some infants have bouts of uncontrollable crying, called:
The ability to hold an object using fingers and palm is called:
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children be introduced to solid foods at around:
The first gross motor skill that Jan displayed was lifting her head to look around. At what age does this typically occur?
The part of the brain which regulates emotions and plans activity is the:
The part of the brain that is last to mature is the:
The sense that is the most poorly developed at birth is an infant’s:
Voluntary movements involving the use of large muscle groups are referred to as:
When infants turn their heads and suck in response to a touch on the cheek, they are demonstrating the: