Developmental Milestone Timeline

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  • Birth

    physcial and motor development
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    Sensorimotor

    Experiencing the world through senses and astions (looking, hearing, touching, mouthing, and grasping.
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    Temperment (difficult)

    intense in their reactions; not very adaptable to new situations; slightly negative mood;irregular bodily rhythms
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    Temperment (slow to warm up)

    initially withdraw when approached, but later may “warm up”; slow to adapt to new situations
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    Temperment (average)

    doesn't fit into the other temperment categories
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    Secure Attachment

    children use parent as secure base from which they explore their environment. They become upset if parent if parent leaves the room but are glad to see the parent when they return
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    Insecure Attachment

    Ambivalent- Tend to use parents and may often cling or refuse to leave parent. They become upset when parents leaves and bitter when they come back. Avoidant- these children seek little contact and are not concered when parent leaves. Usually avoid interation when parent returns.
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    Trust vs. Mistrust

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    Preconventional

    "If I didn't get caught its not wrong"
  • Raises Head to 45 degrees (2 months)

    physcial and motor development
  • Rolls Over (2.8 months)

    physcial and motor development
  • Sits Up with Support (4 months)

    physcial and motor development
  • Sits Up without Support (5.5 months)

    physcial and motor development
  • Pulls Self into Standing Position (7.6 months)

    physcial and motor development
  • Walks Holding onto Furniture (9.2 months)

    physcial and motor development
  • Crawls (10 months)

    physcial and motor development
  • Stands Alone (11.5 months)

    physcial and motor development
  • Walks (12.1 months)

    physcial and motor development
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    Autonomy vs Shame

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    Preoperational

    Representing things with words and images; using intuitive rather than logical reasoning.
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    Initiative vs Guilt

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    Industry vs Inferiority

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    Concrete Operational

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    Identity vs Role Confusion

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    Conventional

    "I'm not going to drive 80 in a 55 because it's against the law."
  • Spermarche

    the beginning in the development of sperm in males
  • Menarche

    the sverage age of when girls start to menstruate
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    Formal Operational

    Abstract reasoning
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    Intimacy vs Isolation

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    Early Adulthood

  • Average Age of Having First Child

  • Average Age for Women to get Married

  • Average Age for Men to get Married

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    Postconventional

    Personal moral code
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    Generativity vs Stagnation

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    Middle Adulthood

    sensory gets worse as people get older, eyesight, hearing, touch (arthritis). Starts struggling to remember names, time-based tasks are challenging, but they are more likely to remeber meaningful information. Also the peak of their knowledge and verbal skills.
  • Average Age of Midlife Transition

    Middle age is a time in which adults take on new job responsibilities and therefore often feel a need to reassess where they are and make changes while they feel they still have time.
  • Menopause

    When the women stops having their period, and therefore not being able to reproduce anymore.
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    Integrity vs Despair

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    Late Adulthood

    more susceptible to concer but not colds or the flu because they have a strong emune system to them, but if they do happen to get one it could be deadly. An increase in fluid intelligence occurs, giving them the ability to reason quickly and abstractly.
  • Average Age of Death in Men

  • Average Age for Death in Women