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Neurodevelopment by Mind Map: Neurodevelopment
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Neurodevelopment

Spatiotemporal adaptation

Nervous system maturation

 

Environment

Dependent on active involvement of the infant with the environment

Adaptation

Higher level responses result from integration of lower level function

Spiralling Continuum

Four important principles: Adaptation process with new experiences is dependent on past experiences. When new and past experiences are integrated, past behaviours are modified and result in higher level behaviour. Integration of higher level behaviours influence and increase maturity of lower level behaviours. Spatiotemporal stress allows lower level behaviours to emerge during adaptation.    

Motor Development (Movement & Posture)

Principles

Birth-6 months

6-9 months

9-12 months (Infancy)

1-3 years (Toddlerhood)

Perceptual Development

Somatosensory Perception

  Myelinate before the visual system. Input from these systems assist in the formation of spatial maps/schema for providing: - Information about space and form perception, spatial relationships of body in space. - Basis for developing body awareness (e.g. Vestibular system also has large input in this area).    

Visual Perception

Perceptual Motor Integration

What's involved (model)

Qualities

Perceptual Motor & Symbolic Development

Cognitive & Language Development

Communication Disorders

Theories

Erikson

Havighurst

Piaget