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30 Cards in this Set

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Orientation to sights and sounds
Orientation to human face and voice
Neonatal period - 0-4 weeks
State modulation
alternating states of alertness and habituation to stimuli
Neonatal period (0-4 weeks)
Discrimination between novel and familiar stimul
Neonatal period
Regulates arousal, sleep/wake, feeding/elimination cycles
1-3 months
Orientation to external world
1-3 months
Social smile
smile in response to human face; 2-3 months, 6 weeks
Laughter and sadness
3-4 months - response to active stimuli
Focuses on caregivers
1-3 months
Consistent recognition and preference for primary caregiver
attachments regulate arousal
3-6 months
control over upper body
3 months
Babbling and vocalizing
4-6 months
8-9 months
understands first wordds
8-9 months
speaks first words
9-12 months
emotions tied to social events
6-8 months
fear and anger emerge
6-8 months
self-consciuos emotions (embarrassment, pride, shame, guilt) emerge
social smile
6-10 weeks (2-3 months)
anger and sadness
4-12 months
Stranger anxiety, separation anxiety
starts @ 6 months, increases till 12 months
pleasure vs. aversive arousal
Matching facial expressions and emotional tone of voice
7-10 months
social referencing
7-10 months; responds to uncertain situation by reading another's emotional reaction
Newborn sleep needs
17 hours a day
2 month old sleep needs
15.5 hours
REM sleep
50% for babies, 20% for adults
Infant emotions important for:
relationships w/caregivers
exploration of the environment
Discovery of self
Co-sleeping: 0%
Independent: 1/5000
Independent: 0%
Co-sleeping: 1/250,000
parents usually under drug influence
sleeping through the night
4 months - 68% sleep through night
12 months - all sleep through night