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1 DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROLOGY DEPARTMENT OF NEUROLOGY THIS INTERACTIVE PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO REVIEW AND TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE IN: MIAMI CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL ISRAEL ALFONSO, MD.

2 1. A 3-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT: A. SUPPORT WEIGHT ON FOREARMS B. OPENS HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY C. COOS AND LAUGHS D. SHOWS LIKES AND DISLIKES

3 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

4 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

5 COOS LAUGHS BABBLES 3 6 MA…PA PA… MA 9 MA…PA PA… MA

6 1. A 3-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED (UPPER RANGE OF NORMAL) TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING, EXCEPT: A. SUPPORT WEIGHT ON FOREARMS B. OPENS HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY C. COOS AND LAUGHS D. SHOWS LIKES AND DISLIKES

7 2. A 3-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT: A. SUPPORT WEIGHT ON FOREARMS B. OPENS HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY C. COO AND LAUGH D. PLAY PAT-A-CAKE, PEEK-A-BOO

8 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

9 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

10 COOS LAUGHS BABBLES 3 6 MA…PA PA… MA 9 MA…PA PA… MA

11 2. A 3-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED (UPPER RANGE OF NORMAL) TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING, EXCEPT: A. SUPPORT WEIGHT ON FOREARMS B. OPENS HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY C. COOS AND LAUGHS D. PLAY PAT-A-CAKE, PEEK-A-BOO

12 3. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO SUPPORT WEIGHT ON FOREARMS, OPEN HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY, COO AND LAUGH, AND SMILE APPROPRIATELY BUT, IS UNABLE TO TRANSFER OBJECTS OR SHOW LIKES AND DISLIKES SHOULD BE: A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE

13 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

14 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

15 COOS LAUGHS BABBLES 3 6 MA…PA PA… MA 9 MA…PA PA… MA

16 3. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO SUPPORT WEIGHT ON FOREARMS, OPEN HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY, COO AND LAUGH, AND SMILE APPROPRIATELY BUT IS UNABLE TO TRANSFER OBJECTS OR TO SHOW LIKES AND DISLIKES SHOULD BE: A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE

17 4. A 6 MONTHS OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING, EXCEPT: A. SIT MOMENTARILY B. TRANSFER OBJECTS C. IMITATE SOUNDS D. SHOWS LIKES AND DISLIKES

18 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

19 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

20 COOS LAUGHS BABBLES 3 6 MA…PA PA… MA 9 MA…PA PA… MA

21 4. A 6 MONTHS OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT: A. SIT MOMENTARILY B. TRANSFER OBJECTS C. IMITATE SOUNDS D. SHOWS LIKES AND DISLIKES

22 5. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO PULL TO STAND, USE PINCER GRASP, PLAY PAT-A- CAKE AND PEEK-A-BOO, IMITATE SOUNDS AND SMILE APPROPRIATELY, BUT IS UNABLE TO RELEASE AN OBJECTS ON COMMAND OR TO COME WHEN CALLED SHOULD BE: A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE

23 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

24 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

25 MA…PA PA… MA 9 MA…PA PA… MA GIVE TO MOMMY ! COME TO MOMMY ! MOMMY PAPA 12

26 5. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO PULL TO STAND, USE PINCER GRASP, PLAY PAT-A- CAKE AND PEEK-A-BOO, IMITATE SOUNDS AND SMILES APPROPRIATELY BUT IS UNABLE TO RELEASE AN OBJECTS ON COMMAND OR TO COME WHEN CALLED SHOULD BE: A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE

27 6. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO SMILE SPONTANEOUSLY, USE PINCER GRASP, AND IMITATE SOUNDS BUT IS UNABLE TO RELEASE AN OBJECT ON COMMAND OR TO RUN SHOULD BE: A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE

28 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

29 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

30 MA…PA PA… MA 9 MA…PA PA… MA GIVE TO MOMMY ! COME TO MOMMY ! MOMMY PAPA 12

31 6. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO SMILE SPONTANEOUSLY, USE PINCER GRASP, AND IMITATES SOUNDS BUT IS UNABLE TO RELEASE AN OBJECTS ON COMMANDS OR TO RUN SHOULD BE: A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE

32 7. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO SMILE SPONTANEOUSLY, USE PINCER GRASP, COO AND LAUGH, PLAY PAT-A-CAKE AND PEEK-A-BOO, AND IMITATE SOUNDS BUT IS UNABLE TO RELEASE AN OBJECT ON COMMAND OR TO COME WHEN CALLED SHOULD BE: A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE

33 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

34 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

35 MA…PA PA… MA 9 MA…PA PA… MA GIVE TO MAMMY ! COME TO MAMMY ! MAMMY PAPA 12

36 THE TRICK TO ANSWER A QUESTION REGARDING DEVELOPMENTAL AGE IS TO KNOW THOSE CARTOON BY HEART (THE SAME AS THE MULTIPLICATION TABLES). THE APPROACH TO DEVELOPMENTAL QUESTIONS IS TO LOOK FOR THE ACTIONS THAT THE INFANT CAN DO (IN THE QUESTION OR IN THE ANSWERS) AND WRITE BY THE SIDE OF EVERY ACTION THE APPROPRIATE AGE. IF YOU SEE AN ACTION THAT YOU CAN NOT AGE DISREGARD IT.

37 7. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO SMILE SPONTANEOUSLY, USE PINCER GRASP, COO AND LAUGH, PLAY PAT-A-CAKE AND PEEK-A-BOO, AND IMITATE SOUNDS BUT IS UNABLE TO RELEASE AN OBJECT ON COMMAND OR TO COME WHEN CALLED SHOULD BE: A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE

38 8. A 12-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT: A. SIT MOMENTARILY B. USE PINCER GRASP C. COME WHEN CALLED D. MIMIC ACTIONS OF OTHERS

39 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

40 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

41 GIVE TO MOMMY ! COME TO MAMMY ! MOMMY PAPA 12 MOMMY, PAPA, YES, NO, CAT, MILK 18

42 8. A 12-MONTH OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT: A. SIT MOMENTARILY = 6 B. USE PINCER GRASP = 9 C. COME WHEN CALLED = 12 D. MIMIC ACTIONS OF OTHERS = 18

43 9. A 12-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT: A. WALK WITH ONE HAND HELD B. RELEASE AN OBJECT ON COMMAND C. COME WHEN CALLED D. FEED HIMSELF WITH SPOON

44 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

45 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

46 GIVE TO MOMMY ! COME TO MOMMY ! MOMMY PAPA 12 MAMMY, PAPA, YES, NO, CAT, MILK 18

47 9. A 12-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT: A. WALK WITH ONE HAND HELD = 12 B. RELEASE AN OBJECT ON COMMAND = 12 C. COME WHEN CALLED = 12 D. FEED FROM A SPOON = 18

48 10. A CHILD WHO IS ABLE TO SMILE SPONTANEOUSLY, USE PINCER GRASP, AND WALK UPSTAIRS WITH ASSISTANCE BUT IS UNABLE TO BUILD A TOWER OF SIX BLOCKS IS: A. 12 MONTHS OF AGE B. 18 MONTHS OF AGE C. 24 MONTHS OF AGE D. 36 MONTHS OF AGE

49 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

50 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

51 COOS LAUGHS BABBLES 3 6 MA…PA PA… MA 9 MA…PA PA… MA

52 GIVE TO MOMMY ! COME TO MOMMY ! MOMMY PAPA 12 MOMMY, PAPA, YES, NO, CAT, MILK 18

53 GIVE ME COOKY 24

54 UNABLE 10. A CHILD WHO IS ABLE TO SMILE SPONTANEOUSLY, USE PINCER GRASP, WALK UPSTAIRS WITH ASSISTANCE BUT IS UNABLE TO BUILD A TOWER OF SIX BLOCKS IS: A. 12 MONTHS OF AGE B. 18 MONTHS OF AGE C. 24 MONTHS OF AGE D. 36 MONTHS OF AGE

55 10. AN CHILD WHO IS ABLE TO SMILE SPONTANEOUSLY, USE PINCER GRASP, WALK UPSTAIRS WITH ASSISTANCE BUT, IS UNABLE TO BUILD A TOWER OF SIX BLOCKS IS: A. 12 MONTHS OF AGE B. 18 MONTHS OF AGE C. 24 MONTHS OF AGE D. 36 MONTHS OF AGE

56 11. AN 18-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT: A. WALK UPSTAIRS WITH ASSISTANCE B. RELEASE AN OBJECT ON COMMAND C. FEED FROM A SPOON D. BUILD A TOWER OF SIX BLOCKS

57 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

58 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

59 COOS LAUGHS BABBLES 3 6 MA…PA PA… MA 9 MA…PA PA… MA

60 GIVE TO MOMMY ! COME TO MOMMY ! MOMMY PAPA 12 MOMMY, PAPA, YES, NO, CAT, MILK 18

61 GIVE ME COOKY 24

62 11. AN 18-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING, EXCEPT: A. WALK UPSTAIRS WITH ASSISTANCE = 18 B. RELEASE AN OBJECT ON COMMAND =12 C. FEED FROM A SPOON =18 D. BUILD A TOWER OF SIX BLOCKS = 24

63 12. A 24-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING, EXCEPT: A. RUN B. PLAY WITH OTHER CHILDREN C. SPEAK 5 WORD SENTENCES D. BUILD A TOWER OF SIX BLOCKS

64 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

65 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

66 GIVE TO MAMMY ! COME TO MOMMY ! MOMMY PAPA 12 MOMMY, PAPA, YES, NO, CAT, MILK 18

67 GIVE ME COOKY 24

68 12. AN 24-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING, EXCEPT: A. RUN = 24 B. PLAY WITH OTHER CHILDREN = 24 C. HAVE 5 WORD SENTENCES = ? D. BUILD A TOWER OF SIX BLOCKS = 24 AT 24 MONTHS, A NORMAL CHILD IS EXPECTED TO MAKE 3 WORDS SENTENCES, HE MAY MAKE 5 WORD SENTENCES BUT HE DOES NOT HAVE TO, TO BE NORMAL

69 12. AN 24 MONTHS OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING, EXCEPT: A. RUN B. PLAY WITH OTHER CHILDREN C. HAVE 5 WORD SENTENCES D. BUILD A TOWER OF SIX BLOCKS

70 13. AT HOW MANY WEEKS OF GESTATION SHOULD CONSISTENT PERIODS OF AROUSAL BE EXPECTED? A. 26 B. 28 C. 30 D. 32

71 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

72 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

73 ASCENDING RETICULAR ACTIVATING SYSTEM ARAS OUTPUT FIBERS ARAS INPUT FIBERS SPINAL CORD MEDULLA PONS MIDBRAIN BRAIN DIENCEPHALON CORTEX CEREBRAL AROUSAL SYSTEM W AROUSAL GA

74 13. AT HOW MANY WEEKS OF GESTATION SHOULD CONSISTENT PERIODS OF AROUSAL BE EXPECTED? A. 26 B. 28 C. 30 D. 32

75 14. VISUAL FIXATION AND THE ABILITY TO FOLLOW A BRILLIANT TARGET ARE PRESENT BY: A. 40 WEEKS GA B. 32 WEEKS GA C. 30 WEEKS GA D. 36 WEEKS GA

76 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

77 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

78

79 14. VISUAL FIXATION AND THE ABILITY TO FOLLOW A BRILLIANT TARGET ARE PRESENT BY: A. 40 WEEKS GA B. 32 WEEKS GA C. 30 WEEKS GA D. 36 WEEKS GA

80 15. THE NORMAL ADULT VISUAL ACUITY IS REACHED BY: A. 9 MONTHS B. 6 MONTHS C. 12 MONTHS D. 18 MONTHS

81 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

82 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

83 BABBLES 6 20/20

84 15. THE NORMAL ADULT VISUAL ACUITY IS REACHED BY: A. 9 MONTHS B. 6 MONTHS C. 12 MONTHS D. 18 MONTHS

85 16.OBJECT RECOGNITION IS THE BASIS FOR WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING EYE CHARTS: A. E GAME CHART B. SNELLEN EYE CHART C. ALLEN EYE CHART D. ALL OF THE ABOVE

86 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

87 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

88 ALLEN EYE CHART

89 16. OBJECT RECOGNITION IS THE BASIS FOR WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING EYE CHARTS: A. E GAME CHART B. SNELLEN EYE CHART C. ALLEN EYE CHART D. ALL OF THE ABOVE

90 17. THE PUPILS MAY REACT TO LIGHT AS EARLY AS _____ WEEKS OF GESTATION. A. 28 TO 32 B. 24 TO 26 C. 26 TO 28 D. 22 TO 24

91 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

92 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

93 W PUPIL REACT TO LIGHT GA NO SOMETIMESYES

94 17. THE PUPILS MAY REACT TO LIGHT AS EARLY AS _____ WEEKS OF GESTATION. A. 28 TO 32 B. 24 TO 26 C. 26 TO 28 D. 22 TO 24

95 18. AT WHAT AGE WILL AN INFANT START TO LOOK IN THE DIRECTION OF THE SOUND SOURCE? A. 3 MONTHS B. 6 MONTHS C. 9 MONTHS D. 18 MONTHS

96 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

97 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

98 COOS LAUGHS 3

99 18. AT WHAT AGE WILL AN INFANT START TO LOOK IN THE DIRECTION OF THE SOUND SOURCE? A. 3 MONTHS B. 6 MONTHS C. 9 MONTHS D. 18 MONTHS

100 19. DOLL’S EYE MANEUVER DEMONSTRATES COMPLETE EYE MOVEMENTS AS EARLY AS: A. 22 WEEKS CA B. 25 WEEKS CA C. 33 WEEKS CA D. 35 WEEKS CA

101 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

102 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

103 LEFT R C7 CN III (MR) CN VI CN VIII 5 15 D DOLL’S MANEUVERS BIRTH W 24 GA

104 19. DOLL’S EYE MANEUVER DEMONSTRATES COMPLETE EYE MOVEMENTS AS EARLY AS: A. 22 WEEKS B. 25 WEEKS C. 33 WEEKS D. 35 WEEKS

105 20. A 9-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT: A. SIT MOMENTARILY B. USE PINCER GRASP C. COME WHEN CALLED D. PLAY PAT-A-CAKE

106 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

107 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

108 COOS LAUGHS BABBLES 3 6 MA…PA PA… MA 9 MA…PA PA… MA

109 GIVE TO MOMMY ! COME TO MOMMY ! MOMMY PAPA 12 MAMMY, PAPA, YES, NO, CAT 18

110 20. A 9-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING, EXCEPT: A. SIT MOMENTARILY B. USE PINCER GRASP C. COME WHEN CALLED D. PLAY PAT-A-CAKE

111 21. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN START RIDING A TRICYCLE? A. 1 YEAR B. 2 YEARS C. 3 YEARS D. 4 YEARS

112 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

113 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

114 GIVE ME COOKY 24

115

116 21. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN SART RIDING A TRICYCLE? A. 1 YEAR B. 2 YEARS C. 3 YEARS D. 4 YEARS

117 22. FEAR OF DARKNESS USUALLY STARTS BY : A. 1 YEAR B. 2 YEARS C. 3 YEARS D. 4 YEARS

118 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

119 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

120 Loss support, noise Stranger, height Animal, masks Darkness Bodily harm Fantasy (ghost) Media events Reality (tests) Death Social performance Sexuality Separation TEENSTEENS Y

121 22. FEAR OF DARKNESS USUALLY STARTS BY : A. 1 YEAR B. 2 YEARS C. 3 YEARS D. 4 YEARS

122 23. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN START COPYING A TRIANGLE? A. 2 YEAR B. 3 YEARS C. 4 YEARS D. 5 YEARS

123 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

124 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

125 ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR * * MONTHS g 2g * CAN TELL BETWEEN

126 23. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN START COPPING A TRIANGLE : A. 2 YEAR B. 3 YEARS C. 4 YEARS D. 5 YEARS

127 24. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN START THROWING A BALL OVERHAND? A. 2 YEAR B. 3 YEARS C. 4 YEARS D. 5 YEARS

128 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

129 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

130 48 60 RED BLUE GREEN YELLOW COUNTS TO 10 COUNTS TO 4

131 24. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN START THROWING A BALL OVERHAND: A. 3 YEAR B. 3 YEARS C. 4 YEARS D. 5 YEARS

132 25. A CHILD WHO IS ABLE TO OPEN HIS HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY, COO AND LAUGH, CLIMB, AND TELL WHICH LINE IS LONGER, BUT IS UNABLE TO TELL WHICH OBJECT IS HEAVIER SHOULD BE: A. 5 YEARS B. 4 YEARS C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE

133 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

134 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

135 48 60 RED BLUE GREEN YELLOW COUNTS TO 10 COUNTS TO 4

136 ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR * * MONTHS g 2g * CAN TELL BETWEEN

137 25. A CHILD WHO IS ABLE TO OPENS HIS HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY, COOS AND LAUGHS, CLIMBS AND TELL WHICH LINE IS LONGER, BUT IS UNABLE TO TELL WHICH OBJECT IS HEAVIER SHOULD BE: A. 5 YEARS B. 4 YEARS C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE

138 26. A CHILD WHO IS ABLE TO OPEN HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY, COO AND LAUGH, CLIMB, AND TELL WHICH LINE IS LONGER, BUT IS UNABLE TO NAME 4 COLORS PROBABLY IS: A. 5 YEARS B. 4 YEARS C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE

139 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

140 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

141 48 60 RED BLUE GREEN YELLOW COUNTS TO 10 COUNTS TO 4 TO THE TOILET ALONE

142 ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR * * MONTHS g 2g * CAN TELL BETWEEN

143 26. A CHILD WHO IS ABLE TO OPEN HIS HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY, COOS AND LAUGHS, CLIMB AND TELL WHICH LINE IS LONGER, BUT IS UNABLE TO NAME 4 COLORS PROBABLY IS: A. 5 YEARS B. 4 YEARS C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE

144 27. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN START TO REFER TO THEMSELVES BY NAME?: A. 19 MONTHS B. 4 YEARS C. 2 YEARS D. 12 MONTHS

145 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

146 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

147 12 M FIRST WORD EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE COMBINES 2 WORDS JARGON (1 syllable) 6 M 19 M TO SELF BY NAME 24 M # COMBINES 3 WORDS2 ½ Y 3 ½ YCOMBINES 4 WORDS SMILE TO SPEECH1.5 M WORD

148 27. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN START TO REFER TO THEMSELVES BY NAME?: A. 19 MONTHS B. 4 YEARS C. 2 YEARS D. 12 MONTHS

149 M % A. MORO REFLEX B. ATNR C. SUPPORTING D. NECK-RIGHTING E. PARACHUTE ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE PT 28. TEMPORAL PATTERN OF:

150 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

151 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

152 M % MORO REFLEX ATNR SUPPORTING NECK-RIGHTING PARACHUTE DISAPPEARS AS PER ILLINGWORTH’S DISAPPEARS AS PER NELSON’S FROM K S HOLT ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE

153 A. MORO REFLEX B. ATNR C. SUPPORTING D. NECK-RIGHTING E. PARACHUTE 28. TEMPORAL PATTERN OF: M % ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE

154 29. TEMPORAL PATTERN OF: A. MORO REFLEX B. ATNR C. SUPPORTING D. NECK-RIGHTING E. PARACHUTE M % ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE

155 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

156 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

157 M % MORO REFLEX ATNR SUPPORTING NECK-RIGHTING PARACHUTE DISAPPEARS AS PER ILLINGWORTH’S DISAPPEARS AS PER NELSON’S FROM K S HOLT ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE

158 29. TEMPORAL PATTERN OF: A. MORO REFLEX B. ATNR C. SUPPORTING D. NECK-RIGHTING E. PARACHUTE M % ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE

159 M % ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE A. MORO REFLEX B. ATNR C. SUPPORTING D. NECK-RIGHTING E. PARACHUTE 30. TEMPORAL PATTERN OF: PT

160 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

161 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

162 M % MORO REFLEX ATNR SUPPORTING NECK-RIGHTING PARACHUTE DISAPPEARS AS PER ILLINGWORTH’S DISAPPEARS AS PER NELSON’S FROM K S HOLT ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE

163 A. MORO REFLEX B. ATNR C. SUPPORTING D. NECK-RIGHTING E. PARACHUTE 30. TEMPORAL PATTERN OF: M % ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE PT

164 31. TEMPORAL PATTERN OF: M % ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE A. MORO REFLEX B. ATNR C. SUPPORTING D. NECK-RIGHTING E. PARACHUTE PT

165 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

166 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

167 M % MORO REFLEX ATNR SUPPORTING NECK-RIGHTING PARACHUTE DISAPPEARS AS PER ILLINGWORTH’S DISAPPEARS AS PER NELSON’S FROM K S HOLT ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE

168 31. TEMPORAL PATTERN OF: A. MORO REFLEX B. ATNR C. SUPPORTING D. NECK-RIGHTING E. PARACHUTE M % ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE PT

169 32. TEMPORAL PATTERN OF: M % ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE A. MORO REFLEX B. ATNR C. SUPPORTING D. NECK-RIGHTING E. PARACHUTE

170 SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY

171 I WANT TO TRY AGAIN JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER GIVE ME A CLUE

172 M % MORO REFLEX ATNR SUPPORTING NECK-RIGHTING PARACHUTE DISAPPEARS AS PER ILLINGWORTH’S DISAPPEARS AS PER NELSON’S FROM K S HOLT ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE

173 32. TEMPORAL PATTERN OF: A. MORO REFLEX B. ATNR C. SUPPORTING D. NECK-RIGHTING E. PARACHUTE M % ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE

174 33. WHICH POSTURAL REFLEX IS PERFORMED BY FLEXING AND EXTENDING THE NECK WHILE HOLDING THE INFANT IN PRONE POSITION? A.ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK REFLEX (ATNR) B.NECK RIGHTING REFLEX C.LANDAU REFLEX D.PARACHUTE REFLEX

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177 LANDAU REFLEX PARACHUTE REFLEX NECK RIGHTING REFLEX ATNR

178 33. WHICH POSTURAL REFLEX IS PERFORMED BY FLEXING AND EXTENDING THE NECK WHILE HOLDING THE INFANT IN PRONE POSITION? A.ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK REFLEX (ATNR) B.NECK RIGHTING REFLEX C.LANDAU REFLEX D.PARACHUTE REFLEX

179 34. SUCKING AND ROOTING REFLEXES MAY PERSIST IN AN ASLEEP INFANT UP TO 7 MONTHS. A.TRUE B.FALSE

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182

183 34. SUCKING AND ROOTING REFLEXES MAY PERSIST IN AN ASLEEP INFANT UP TO 7 MONTHS. A.TRUE B.FALSE

184 35. A COMPLETE MORO RESPONSE IS CONSISTENTLY PRESENT IN MORE THAN 75% OF FULL-TERM NEONATES. A.TRUE B.FALSE

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187 MORO EXTENSION REFLEX % % COMPLETE ONLY LIMITED ABDUCTION W GA FULLY M IN FULL TERM NEONATES

188 35. A COMPLETE MORO RESPONSE IS PRESENT IN MORE THAN 75% OF FULL-TERM NEONATES. A.TRUE B.FALSE

189 36. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING GEOMETRICAL FIGURE WILL A CHILD DRAW FIRST: A. CIRCLE B. SQUARE C. TRIANGLE D. PENTAGON

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192 ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR * * MONTHS g 2g * CAN TELL BETWEEN

193 36. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SHAPES WILL A CHILD DRAW FIRST: A. CIRCLE B. SQUARE C. TRIANGLE D. PENTAGON

194 37. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CAN A CHILD DO FIRST: A. DROP A SMALL PEBBLE IN BOTTLE B. TAKE A SMALL PEBBLE OUT OF A BOTTLE C. DRAW A SQUARE D. DRAW A TRIANGLE

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197 ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR * * MONTHS g 2g * CAN TELL BETWEEN

198 37. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CAN A CHILD DO FIRST: A. DROP A SMALL PEBBLE IN BOTTLE B. TAKE A SMALL PEBBLE OUT OF A BOTTLE C. DRAW A SQUARE D. DRAW A TRIANGLE

199 THE END


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