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Published: May 2024
... at the online version of the article that illustrate joint attention, a key feature of typical social development. 1d4: Specific Domains: Cognitive Development The article below reviews normal early childhood cognitive development and methods by which the pediatrician can support parents to encourage optimal...)
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Published: October 2023
... can spend time focusing on these milestones. This module outlines the important features of the 30-month well-visit and this developmental stage. Keywords: 30 month old ; social development ; tantrums ; positive parenting ; screen time ; early literacy ; behavior problems ; discipline...)
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Published: December 2023
... of toilet training readiness and parental expectations, new sibling planned or on the way 2) Communication and social development : encouragement of language, use of simple words and phrases, engagement in reading, playing, talking, and singing 3) Television viewing and digital media : promotion...)
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Published: June 2023
... old ; toddler ; language development ; social development ; family history ; bedtime routine ; sleep management ; behavior management ; discipline ; tantrums ; oral care 1a. Introduction As toddlers continue to develop their ability to express their likes and dislikes and move around...)
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Published: June 2023
... of motor skills, tone, strength, symmetry of movements, reflexes, and cranial nerves as well as assessment of developmental milestones listed above in the areas of gross motor, visual-motor, speech and language, and social development. 2e. Hip Exam and Other Evaluations ● Hip exam should be done...)
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Published: June 2023
... ; autism screenings ; M-CHAT ;  M-CHAT-R/F ; autism criteria ; autism evaluation ; social development ; sleep management ; autism treatment ; autism comorbidities 1a. Prevalence According to the 2020 AAP Executive Summary Clinical Report, Autism Spectrum Disorder has a reported prevalence...)
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Published: November 2023
... disorders in their adolescent and adult lives. Studies show that maternal depression can result in increased cortisol levels in an infant that could lead to anxiety, withdrawal, and impaired social development. ( 1 ) Postpartum depression not only has an effect on the mother-child relationship but can...)
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Published: December 2023
... learn to be assertive without being aggressive. Making allowances for the appropriateness of the match between the child and the program, the 4-year-old’s experiences in the early education and child care settings provide an important measure of his social development and his developing readiness...)
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Published: December 2023
... and adaptation to their infant's care. Although it is important for the parents to understand that their child may need extra care and surveillance, the infant's fragility should not be overstated. If this occurs, the parents may become excessively protective, which can restrict the child's social development...)
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Published: November 2023
... . Current patterns of parental authority . Dev Psychol . 1971 ; 4 ( 1 )( pt 2 ): 1 – 103 80. Maccoby EE , Martin J. , Mussen PH , Hetherington EM , eds. Handbook of Child Psychology: Vol 4. Socialization, Personality, and Social Development . New York, NY : Wiley ; 1983 : 1...)
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Published: October 2023
...   AN . Attachment and the regulation of the right brain . Attach Hum Dev . 2000 ; 2 ( 1 ): 23 – 47 117 Feldman   R . The adaptive human parental brain: implications for children’s social development . Trends Neurosci . 2015 ; 38 ( 6 ): 387 – 399 118 Watamura   S , Kim   P...)
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Published: June 2023
... of Infants, Children and Adolescents, Fourth Edition, encourages play as a way to decrease screen time starting at 18 months of age, promoting behavioral management and social development starting at 2 years of age, and advancing to promotion of physical activity guidelines at 5 years of age for growth...)
Journal Articles
Pediatr Rev (2023) 44 (2): 58–67.
Published: February 2023
... to support cognitive and social development in line with whether that patient is currently in the “autonomy versus shame and doubt” phase or the “identity versus role confusion” phase. The developmental theory may lend perspective to allow the health-care team to provide support during medical challenges...
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Published: May 2023
...-Krasnor   L . Interpersonal problem solving and social competence in children . In: Van Hasselt   VB , Hersen   M , eds. Handbook of Social Development: A Lifespan Perspective . New York, NY : Springer ; 1992 : 283 – 323 75 Fredricks   JA , Eccles   JS...)
Point-of-Care Quick Reference
Quick References (2020)
Published: November 2020
...Henry Adam, MD, FAAP Key Points The goal of screening is to identify children with hearing loss as early as possible to prevent language and speech impairment and its detriment to educational and social development. Routine screening for newborns is justified, given how common congenital...
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Book Chapter
Published: May 2022
10.1542/9781610026390-part03-preventing_childhood
EISBN: 978-1-61002-639-0
ISBN: 978-1-61002-638-3
.... Schore AN. Attachment and the regulation of the right brain. Attach Hum Dev. 2000;2(1):23 47 117. Feldman R. The adaptive human parental brain: implications for 120 PEDIATRIC COLLECTIONS children s social development. Trends Neurosci. 2015;38(6):387 399 118. Watamura S, Kim P. Two Open Windows: Infant...
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Published: March 2022
10.1542/9781610026352-part01-poverty
EISBN: 978-1-61002-635-2
ISBN: 978-1-61002-634-5
... are not in Reach Out and Read. Another program, the Video Interaction Project (VIP), combines early literacy with guided parentchild interactions that support family relationships and social development of children.70 The AAP has promoted the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnerships model, which provides...
Book Chapter
Published: May 2022
10.1542/9781610026390-part03-trauma_informed
EISBN: 978-1-61002-639-0
ISBN: 978-1-61002-638-3
... area. A shift to low tones during a discussion may alert a child or caregiver to potential danger and stimulate defensive responses.61 History Much of the information needed to integrate TIC into practice may be obtained as part of the routine health evaluation. Social, developmental, and medical...
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Published: May 2022
10.1542/9781610026390
EISBN: 978-1-61002-639-0
ISBN: 978-1-61002-638-3