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Basic Sensory and Perceptual Processes
Smell, Taste, and Touch
Hearing
Seeing
Integrating Sensory Information
paying less attention as something becomes familiar
Habituation
Most babies have a and respond to bitter and sour substances
sweet tooth
___ &___ help them recognize their mothers, making it easier for them to eat.
Smell & Touch
A fetus can hear at _ or _ months
7 or 8
the quietest sound that a person can hear
Auditory Threshold
By ___ months, infants can recognize their own name and can differentiate vowels from consonant sounds.
4 ½
Infants’ hearing is best for sounds that have pitches in the range of _____.
human speech
Infants use ___ to locate objects.
sound
___ is the leading cause of hearing impairment in newborns.
Heredity
After birth the leading cause of hearing impairment is ___.
meningitis
inflammation of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord.
meningitis
Signs if hearing impairment that a parent should watch for.
No response to loud or sudden noises
Repeated ear infections
Does not turn head in the direction of sounds (by 4-5 mos.)
Does not respond to own name (by 8-9 mos.)
Does not begin to imitate speech sounds and simple words (by 12 mos.)
Basic Sensory and Perceptual Processes
Smell, Taste, and Touch
Hearing
Seeing
Integrating Sensory Information
paying less attention as something becomes familiar
Habituation
Most babies have a and respond to bitter and sour substances
sweet tooth
Young babies can recongnize familiar ___.
odors
Infants’ nervous systems are capable of ___.
transmitting pain
___ &___ help them recognize their mothers, making it easier for them to eat.
Smell & Touch
A fetus can hear at _ or _ months
7 or 8
the quietest sound that a person can hear
Auditory Threshold
By ___ months, infants can recognize their own name and can differentiate vowels from consonant sounds.
4 ½
Infants’ hearing is best for sounds that have pitches in the range of _____.
human speech
Infants use ___ to locate objects.
sound
___ is the leading cause of hearing impairment in newborns.
Heredity
After birth the leading cause of hearing impairment is ___.
meningitis
inflammation of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord.
meningitis
Signs if hearing impairment that a parent should watch for.
No response to loud or sudden noises
Repeated ear infections
Does not turn head in the direction of sounds (by 4-5 mos.)
Does not respond to own name (by 8-9 mos.)
Does not begin to imitate speech sounds and simple words (by 12 mos.)