Pediatrics- Exam 1 Galen College of Nursing (Answered)
Industry vs. inferiority (6 to 12 years)
Identity vs. role confusion (12 to 18 years): What are the stages in order of
Psychosocial Development (Erikson's Stages)?
20. birth to 1 year (Erikson's Stage): What is the age range of Trust vs. Mistrust stage?
21. 1 to 3 years (Erikson's Stage): What is the age range Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt stage?
22. 3 to 6 years (Erikson's Stage): What is the age range of Initiative vs. guilt stage?
23. 6 to 12 years (Erikson's Stage): What is the age range of industry vs. inferiority stage?
24. 12 to 18 years (Erikson's Stage): What is the age range of Identity vs. Role
25. Sensorimotor (birth-2 years), Preoperational (2-7 years), Concrete Op- erations (7-11
years), Formal Operations (11-15 years): What are Piaget's Cognitive development Stages (in
26. Birth - 2 years: What age group is considered Sensorimotor in Piaget's Cog- nitive
27. 2 - 7 years: What age group is considered Preoperational in Piaget's Cognitive development?
28. 7 - 11 years: Which age group is considered to be developing Concrete
Operations in Piaget's Cognitive development theory?
29. 11 - 15 years: Which age group is considered to be developing Formal Oper- ations in
Piaget's Cognitive development theory?
30. Sensorimotor: Which cognitive development stage is this?
-Progress from reflex activity through simple repetitive behaviors to imitative be- havior
-Problem solving by trial and error
31. Preoperational: Which cognitive development stage is this?
-Viewpoint is their perception only they cannot see another's point of view
32. Concrete Operations: Which of Piaget's Cognitive developmental stages is this?
-Logical and coherent
-New concept of permanence - conservation
-Becomes less self-centered
33. Formal Operations: Which mental developmental stage is this? (Piaget)
-Adaptability and Flexibility
34. 1- Preconventional 2- Conventional 3- Postconventional (autonomous/
principled): What are Kholberg's levels of Moral Development?
35. *Oriented to good or bad, right or wrong
*Avoids punishment and obey without question: What is the preconventional level of moral
36. *Concerned with conformity and loyalty
*Values maintenance of family, group, or nationality expectations: What is the conventional
level of moral development?
37. *General individual rights and standards: What is the Postconventional level of moral
38. 0- Undifferentiated
1- Intuitive- Projective
2- Mythical- Literal
3- Synthetic- Convention
4- Individuating- Reflexive: What are Fowler's Spiritual Development Stages?
39. -No concept of right or wrong
-No convictions to guide their behavior: What does the undifferentiated mean to the spiritual
development of a child?
40. -Imitating the behavior of others including religious gestures and behav- iors
-Parental attitudes toward moral codes and religious beliefs convey to chil- dren what they
consider to be good or bad.: What does intuitive-projective mean to the spiritual development
of a child?
41. Stage 2 Mythical - Literal: What spiritual stage involves a strong interest in religion?
42. Stage 3 Synthetic - Convention: In what spiritual stage does a child become aware of
43. Become more skeptical and begin to compare the religious standards of their parents:
What is the individuating - reflexive stage of a child during spiritual development?
44. 6 months, 12 months, 30 months: When does birth weight double? triple?
45. appropriately 1" per month.: Height changes for an infant.
46. by 8 weeks: When does the posterior fontanel close?
47. by 2 months: When is a baby's first social smile?
48. three months: When does baby's head turn to locate sounds?
49. at four months: When does the moro reflex disappear?
50. by 4 months: When is steady head control achieved?
51. 5-6 months: When is infant rolling back to abdomen, abdomen to back?
52. after 6 months of age: When can a someone play peek a boo with an infant?
53. 6-12 months: When is an infant able to transfer objects from hand to hand?
54. between 7-9 months: When is infant's stranger anxiety developed?
55. by eight months: By what time can an infant sit unsupported?
56. at 8 months: When does an infant crawl?
57. 10 to 12 months: When does the fine pincer grasp appear?
58. ten to twelve months: An infant can walk with assistance at what age range?
59. twelve months: An infant can say "mama" and "dada" plus a few words by what age?
60. Oral and motor means: How does an infant explore their environment?
61. Trust vs. Mistrust: What is Erikson's theory for the infant age?
62. 5 lbs. and 2.5-3" per year.: What are pre-school physical growth amounts?
63. Bowlegged and Potbellied: What are two physical adjective used to describe a toddler's
64. As a toddler (1-3 years): When does growth velocity slow?
65. Toddler age (1-3 years): By when are all primary teeth present?
66. by 12- 18 months: When does the anterior fontanel close?
67. at 18 months: When can a child throw a ball overhand?
68. By 24 months: When can a toddler kick a ball?
69. at two years of age: At what age can a child feed themselves with a spoon and cup?
70. usually around two years old: When can daytime toilet training be started?
71. 2 years, 3 years: When are 2-3 word sentences spoken? and 3-4 word sen- tences?
72. two and a half to three years old: When should a child be able to state their first and last
73. YES.: Are temper tantrums common in toddlers?
74. Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt: What is Erikson's theory for toddler age group (1-3 years)
75. 5 pounds of weight and 2.5-3 inches in length every year: During preschool years, how much
weight and length is a child gaining?
76. 3-6 year age range: In what age range does a child learn to run, jump, skip, and hop?
77. Yes, they can learn at age 3.: Should a three year old be able to ride a tricycle?
78. Preschool (3-6 years): Handedness is established at what age range?
79. 4 years old: What age can a child use scissors?
80. tie their shoes.: A five year old can do what special task?
81. As a preschooler (3-6 years): When does a child learn their colors and shapes?
82. 3-6 years old: When does visual acuity approach 20/20?
83. Egocentric and Concrete: What describes the thinking of a 3-6 year old preschooler?