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By Ronald S. Krug Ph.D., Alvah R. Cass M.D. (auth.)

ISBN-10: 0387969675

ISBN-13: 9780387969671

ISBN-10: 1468403389

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Words as meaningful symbols begin to appear at about twelve months (1-3 years is a normal range). 32 f. E. 5 years, although most Americans begin it between nine and fourteen months. 4. Males are held more, show more gross motor activities, cry more, and show overall growth lags in walking, talking, bone ossification, and in most areas of development. 5. In later infancy, correlating often with serious toilet training efforts, the infant moves towards establishing a basic sense of autonomy (Freud's anal stage).

40 6. Low SES has a positive correlation with: a. b. c. d. e. XI. Offspring with congenital malformations. Birth injuries of the child. Children with respiratory and/or digestive disorders. Premature death of the parents. More restrictive, stereotypic, and demanding role behavior. NEUROPHYSIOLOGIC CONSIDERATIONS A. Limbic System 1. The limbic system comprises the phy10genetica11y old cortex and its associated structures; the hippocampus, fornix, mammillary bodies, anterior thalamic nuclei, cingu1ate gyrus, septal nuclei and amygdala.

3. Early attachment and marriage in adolescent years has a good chance of ending in divorce. 50% of teenage marriages occurred because of pregnancy. 1/3 of all teenage marriages end in divorce within four years after the marriage has begun. It is essential that the adolescent develop, in Erikson's terms, a realistic sense of his own identity, be what he is, and finally, like what he is (acquire self-esteem). A high incidence of physical complaints and anxiety are indicators of poor self-esteem.

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