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What is human growth?
The physical changes someone goes through, such as change in height, mass, etc.
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What is human development?
The intellectual changes someone goes through, such as learning new skills, hand-eye coordination, etc.
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What are fine-motor skills?
Skills that include small muscle movements, such as using the finger and thumb to draw, write, etc.
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What are gross-motor skills?
Skills that include large muscle movements, such as walking, running, etc.
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What does P.I.E.S stand for?
Physical. Intellectual. Emotional. Social
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What is the age range for someone in Infancy?
0-2
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What is the age range for someone in Early Childhood?
3-8
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What is the age range for someone in Adolescence?
9-18
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What is the age range for someone in Early Adulthood?
19-45
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What is the age range for someone in Middle Adulthood?
46-65
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What is the age range for someone in Later Adulthood?
65+
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At what life stage is someone more likely to start their menstrual cycle?
Adolescence
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At what life stage is someone more likely to start running?
Early Childhood
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At what life stage is someone more likely to get their milk teeth?
Infancy
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At what life stage is someone more likely to suffer bereavement?
Later Adulthood
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At what life stage is someone more likely to get married?
Early Adulthood
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At what life stage is someone more likely to experience menopause?
Middle Adulthood
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What is an expected life event?
A life event that is planned for it to happen in the future; this could include going to school, getting married, etc.
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What is an unexpected life event?
A life event that isn't planned and is unanticipated; this could include losing a job, getting a divorce, etc.
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Name a physical factor that can affect someone's growth and development
Diet, Exercise, Illness/disease, Genetic inheritance
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Name a social and emotional factor that can affect someone's growth and development
Gender, Family, Friends, Education, Employment, Life experiences
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Name an ecomic factor that can affect someone's growth and development
Income, Material possessions, Debt
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Name an enviromental factor that can affect someone's growth and development
Housing, Pollution, Local area, Access to health and welfare services
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What does rural mean?
In the countryside, such as small villages or farms with lots of free space and fresh air.
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What does urban mean?
In highly populated areas, such as large cities or towns with little space and various types of polution.
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What is human development?

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The intellectual changes someone goes through, such as learning new skills, hand-eye coordination, etc.

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What are fine-motor skills?

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What are gross-motor skills?

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What does P.I.E.S stand for?

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