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Nuclear Family
A couple and their dependent children, regarded as a basic social unit.
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Blended Family
A family consisting of a couple, the children they have had together, and their children from previous relationships.
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Gross Motor SKills
Gross motor skills are larger movements your baby makes with their arms, legs, feet, or their entire body. Crawling, running, and jumping are all examples of gross motor skills
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Fine Motor Skills
Fine motor skills are small movements, for example picking up small objects, it it things that use the small muscles of the fingers, toes, wrists, lips, and tongue.
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Nature
Nature is that which is inherited or genetic.
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Nurture
Nurture is how we are brought up in our certain environment, including our personal experiences in life.
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Egocentrism
Egocentrism is the inability to differentiate between self and other; it is an inability to understand or assume any perspective other than their own.
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Physical factors that effect growth and development.
Genetic inheritance, illness, disease, diet, exercise, excessive alcohol consumption, smoking, excessive drug use.
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Economic factors effecting growth and development.
Income, wealth, employment, occupation, social class, poverty.
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Social factors effecting growth and development.
Family, friends, education, experiences, employment.
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Cultural factors effecting growth and development.
Religion, gender and ethnicity.
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Emotional factors effecting growth and development.
Life escperiences, phsical and mental health problems, sexual orientation, marriage, divorce
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Infancy
0-2
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Early Childhood
3-8
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Adolescence
9-18
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Early Adulthood
19-45
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Middle Adulthood
46-65
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Later Adulthood
65+
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Self-Image
Self-Image is how you see yourself. It is your own mental picture of who you are.
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Self-Esteem
Self-Esteem is how much you like, accept and respect yourself as a person.
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Physical Changes in Infancy
Gross motor skills develop - the infant can start to control the larger muscles in its body, fine motor skills develop - the infant can start to control the smaller muscles in it's body.
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Physical changes in Early Childhood
By the age of 5 most children can walk up stairs unaided, by the age of 8 children learn to catch and throw, develop a good sense of balance and can use a bat and ball. Growth spurts, hand eye co-ordination are changes that occur.
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Physical changes in Adolescence
Growth spurt, capable of reproduction, change in body shape and growth of body hair.
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Physical changes in Early Adulthood
Reaches maturity , in the prime of life, fit and healthy, towards the end of this life stage their physical capabilities begin to decline.
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Physical changes in Middle Adulthood
Aging process begins to take an effect on the body, Women go through Menopause, there are hormonal changes for both sexes: women produce less oestrogen and men less testosterone.
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Physical Changes in Later Adulthood
Loss of skin elasticity, joints stiffen, muscle wastage, bones are more brittle, as a result of this bones stiffen and elderly people begin to loose height, changes to eyesight.
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A family consisting of a couple, the children they have had together, and their children from previous relationships.

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Blended Family

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Gross motor skills are larger movements your baby makes with their arms, legs, feet, or their entire body. Crawling, running, and jumping are all examples of gross motor skills

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Fine motor skills are small movements, for example picking up small objects, it it things that use the small muscles of the fingers, toes, wrists, lips, and tongue.

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Nature is that which is inherited or genetic.

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