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SECTION 1: LIFE STAGES & ASPECTS OF GROWTH
FIVE LIFE STAGES & THE AGE RANGES
LIFE STAGE AGE RANGE
Infancy 0-2
Early Childhood 2-8
Adolescence 9-18
Early Adulthood 18-45
Middle Adulthood 46-65
Later Adulthood 65+
GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT
· GROWTH · DEVELOPMENT
The increase in The process of the gain,
physical size and the increase in
(mass and complexity, of new skills,
height) abilities, and emotions…read more

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NORM:
The average age at which a skill/ability/certain
growth size is reached
LIFE COURSE:
The unique pattern of events & experiences that
a person goes through during their existence
LIFE EXPECTANCY:
The number of further years a person can
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LIFE SPAN:
The length of time between a person's birth and
death
LIFE STAGES:
The phases of growth and development that a
person passes through
EGOCENTRIC:
Seeing things from only your own viewpoint…read more

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HUMANS DEVELOP THE FOLLOWING:
physical skills --
including gross and fine motor skills
intellectual/cognitive ability --
including thinking and language skills
emotional development --
including the formation of self-concept
social skills --
including forming relationships with others.…read more

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MOTOR SKILLS
· Gross motor skills involve large muscle groups
whereas fine motor skills involve small muscles
Gross motor skills begin early in infancy whereas fine motor
skills develop later
Gross motor skills are simple whereas fine motor skills are
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excellent power point. accurate and straight to the point information. covers all areas of the exam. well presented and laid out.

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