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Infancy. Physical Growth The brain Infant states Nutrition Motor development Sensory and perceptual development Piaget’s theory Learning. Intelligence Language Emotional developmt. Temperament Personality Attachment Family Day care. Physical Growth and Development in Infancy.

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Infancy
Infancy

Physical Growth

The brain

Infant states

Nutrition

Motor development

Sensory and perceptual development

Piaget’s theory

Learning

Intelligence

Language

Emotional developmt.

Temperament

Personality

Attachment

Family

Day care


Physical growth and development in infancy
Physical Growth and Development in Infancy

Cephalocaudal pattern

Proximodistal pattern

Height and weight



The brain
The Brain

The Brain’s Development

Measuring the Brain’s Activity in Research on Infant Memory

The Brain’s Hemispheres

Early Experience and the Brain


Infant states
Infant States

Sleep

REM sleep

Classification of Infant States

SIDS


Nutrition
Nutrition

Nutritional Needs and Eating Behavior

Breast- Versus Bottle-Feeding

Malnutrition in Infancy


Motor development
Motor Development

Reflexes

Gross and fine motor skills

Developmental biodynamics

Toilet training


Sensory and perceptual development
Sensory and Perceptual Development

What are sensation and perception?

Visual perception

Other senses

Intermodal perception

Perceptual-motor coupling and unification


Piaget s theory of infant development
Piaget’s Theory of Infant Development

Sensorimotor development

Substages

Object permanence

Evaluating Piaget’s theory


Learning and remembering
Learning and Remembering

Conditioning

Imitation

Memory


Intelligence
Intelligence

Individual differences

Arnold Gesell

The Bayley Scales of Infant Intelligence

The Fagan Test of Infant Intelligence


Language development
Language Development

Defining language

How language develops

Biological influences

Behavior and environmental influences



Emotional development
Emotional Development

Defining Emotion

Affect in Parent-Child Relationships

Developmental Timetable of Emotions

Crying

Smiling

Stranger Anxiety


Temperament
Temperament

Defining and Classifying Temperament

Goodness of Fit

Parenting and the Child’s Temperament


Personality development
Personality Development

Trust

The Developing Sense of Self

Independence


Attachment
Attachment

Phases of Attachment

Studying Attachment

Individual Differences

Caregiving Styles and Attachment


The family
The Family

The Transition to Parenthood

Reciprocal Socialization

The Family as a System

Maternal and Paternal Infant Caregiving


Day care
Day Care

Far more young children are in day care today than at any other time in history.