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Psychiatry | Physician Assistant School Study Aid


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Developmental Stages
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Age 2 Months - Developmental Milestones
Gross Motor
Holds Head Up, But Unsteady
Fine Motor
Tracks Objects to the Midline
Language
Coos
Social / Cognitive
Social Smile
Recognizes Parents
1 min
Age 4 Months - Developmental Milestones
Gross Motor
Sits With Support
Rooting Reflex Disappears
Moro Reflex Disappears
Fine Motor
Reaches Across Midline
Language
Turns to Voice
Laughs
Social / Cognitive
Enjoys Looking Around
2 mins
Age 6 Months - Developmental Milestones
Gross Motor
Palmar Reflex Disappears
Sits Propped Up On Hands
Rolls
Fine Motor
Transfers Objects Hands to Hands
Raking Grasp
Language
Babbles
Responds to Name
Social / Cognitive
Stranger Anxiety Develops
2 mins
Age 9 Months - Developmental Milestones
Gross Motor
Pulls to Stand
Starts Cruising
Fine Motor
Three-Finger Pincer Grasp
Holds Bottle or Cup
Language
Starts Sounding "Mama" or "Dada"
Social / Cognitive
Waves Bye
Separation Anxiety
Plays Pat-A-Cake
2 mins
Age 1 Year - Developmental Milestones
Gross Motor
Stands Well
First Steps
Throws Ball
Points to Objects
Babinski Reflex Disappears
Fine Motor
Two-Finger Pincer Grasp
Language
"Mama & Dada"
Social / Cognitive
One-Step Commands with Gesture
2 mins
Age 18 Months - Developmental Milestones
Gross Motor
Climbs Up Stairs
Runs
Fine Motor
Stacks Three Blocks
Eats with Spoon
Removes Clothing
Language
10-25 Word Vocabulary
Social / Cognitive
“Mine”
Pretend Play
2 mins
Age 2 Years - Developmental Milestones
Gross Motor
Jumps
Fine Motor
Copies a Line
Stacks Six Blocks
Turns Pages
Language
Two-Word Phrases
Half of Speech is Understandable
200 Words by Age 2
Social / Cognitive
Parallel Play
Begins Toilet Training
Rapprochement
2 mins
Age 3 Years - Developmental Milestones
Gross Motor
Walks Up/Down Steps with Alternating Feet
Rides Tricycle
Fine Motor
Nine Block Tower
Copies Circle
Uses Utensils
Language
Three-Word Sentences
75% Speech Understood by Stranger
Social / Cognitive
Knows Gender / Age
2 mins
Age 4 Years - Developmental Milestones
Gross Motor
Hop on One Foot
Fine Motor
Copies Square
Uses Fork Well
Language
100% Speech Understandable
Identifies Colors
Social/ Cognitive
Cooperative Play
Imaginary Friends
2 mins
Age 5 Years - Developmental Milestones
Gross Motor
Skips
Walk Backward
Fine Motor
Copies Triangle
Ties Shoelaces
Independent Dressing / Bathing
Prints Letters
Language
Counts to 10
Five-word sentences
Friends
Social / Cognitive
Completes Toilet Training
2 mins
Psychosexual Stages of Development (Overview)
Oral Stage
Anal Stage
Phallic Stage
Latency Stage
Genital Stage
3 mins
Psychosexual Stages of Development - Oral Stage
Birth to 18 Months
Oral Fixation
41 secs
Psychosexual Stages of Development - Anal Stage
2 to 4 Years
Anal-retentive Fixation
Anal-expulsive Fixation
1 min
Psychosexual Stages of Development - Phallic Stage
3 to 6 Years
Oedipus Complex
Castration Fear
Phallic Fixation - Male
Electra Complex
Penis Envy
Phallic Fixation - Female
1 min
Psychosexual Stages of Development - Latency Stage
6 to 11 years
Disgust towards opposite sex
Latency Fixation
39 secs
Psychosexual Stages of Development - Genital Stage
Puberty to Death
Ability to Love Another Person
37 secs
Erikson’s Theory of Psychosocial Development - Stage 1 (Infancy)
Age
Infancy (Birth to 18 months)
Basic Conflict
Trust vs. Mistrust
Important Events
Feeding
Virtue
Hope
Freud Stage
Oral
2 mins
Erikson’s Theory of Psychosocial Development - Stage 2 (Toddler)
Age
Toddler (1-3 Years)
Basic Conflict
Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt
Important Events
Toilet Training
Virtue
Will
Freud Stage
Anal
1 min
Erikson’s Theory Of Psychosocial Development - Stage 3 (Preschool Age)
Age
Preschool (3-5 Years)
Basic Conflict
Initiative vs. Guilt
Important Events
Exploration
Virtue
Purpose
Freud Stage
Phallic
1 min
Erikson’s Theory Of Psychosocial Development - Stage 4 (School Age)
Age
School Age (6-12 Years)
Basic Conflict
Industry vs. Inferiority
Important Events
School
Virtue
Competence
Freud Stage
Latency
2 mins
Erikson’s Theory Of Psychosocial Development - Stage 5 (Adolescent)
Age
Adolescent (12-18 Years)
Basic Conflict
Identity vs. Role Confusion
Important Events
Social Relationships
Virtue
Fidelity
Freud Stage
Genital
2 mins
Erikson’s Theory Of Psychosocial Development - Stage 6 (Young Adulthood)
Age
Young Adult (20-30 Years)
Basic Conflict
Intimacy vs. Isolation
Important Events
Romantic Relationships
Virtue
Love
1 min
Erikson’s Theory Of Psychosocial Development - Stage 7 (Adulthood)
Age
Adulthood (Age 30 - 65 Years)
Basic Conflict
Generativity vs. Stagnation
Important Events
Career & Parenthood
Virtue
Care
1 min
Erikson’s Theory Of Psychosocial Development - Stage 8 (Older Adult)
Age
Older Adult (65+ to Death)
Basic Conflict
Integrity vs. Despair
Important Events
Reflection on Life
Virtue
Wisdom
1 min
Piaget's Stages of Cognitive Development
Sensorimotor (Birth to 2 years)
Preoperational (2 to 7 years)
Concrete Operational (7 to 11 years)
Formal Operational (11 years and up)
2 mins

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