THIS INTERACTIVE PROGRAM IS
DESIGNED TO REVIEW AND TEST
YOUR KNOWLEDGE IN:
DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROLOGY
ISRAEL ALFONSO, MD.
DEPARTMENT OF NEUROLOGY
MIAMI CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
1. A 3-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE
FOLLOWING EXCEPT:
A. SUPPORT WEIGHT ON FOREARMS
B. OPENS HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY
C. COOS AND LAUGHS
D. SHOWS LIKES AND DISLIKES
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COOS
LAUGHS
BABBLES
3
6
MA…PA
PA… MA
MA…PA
PA… MA
9
1. A 3-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED (UPPER RANGE OF NORMAL)
TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING,
EXCEPT:
A. SUPPORT WEIGHT ON FOREARMS
B. OPENS HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY
C. COOS AND LAUGHS
D. SHOWS LIKES AND DISLIKES
2. A 3-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE
FOLLOWING EXCEPT:
A. SUPPORT WEIGHT ON FOREARMS
B. OPENS HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY
C. COO AND LAUGH
D. PLAY PAT-A-CAKE, PEEK-A-BOO
SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN
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GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION
I WANT TO TRY AGAIN
GIVE ME A CLUE
JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER
COOS
LAUGHS
BABBLES
3
6
MA…PA
PA… MA
MA…PA
PA… MA
9
2. A 3-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED (UPPER RANGE OF
NORMAL) TO DO ALL OF THE
FOLLOWING, EXCEPT:
A. SUPPORT WEIGHT ON FOREARMS
B. OPENS HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY
C. COOS AND LAUGHS
D. PLAY PAT-A-CAKE, PEEK-A-BOO
3. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO SUPPORT
WEIGHT ON FOREARMS, OPEN HANDS
SPONTANEOUSLY, COO AND LAUGH, AND
SMILE APPROPRIATELY BUT, IS UNABLE TO
TRANSFER OBJECTS OR SHOW LIKES AND
DISLIKES SHOULD BE:
A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE
B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE
C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE
D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE
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I WANT TO TRY AGAIN
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JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER
COOS
LAUGHS
BABBLES
3
6
MA…PA
PA… MA
MA…PA
PA… MA
9
3. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO SUPPORT
WEIGHT ON FOREARMS, OPEN HANDS
SPONTANEOUSLY, COO AND LAUGH, AND
SMILE APPROPRIATELY BUT IS UNABLE TO
TRANSFER OBJECTS OR TO SHOW LIKES
AND DISLIKES SHOULD BE:
A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE
B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE
C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE
D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE
4. A 6 MONTHS OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE
FOLLOWING, EXCEPT:
A. SIT MOMENTARILY
B. TRANSFER OBJECTS
C. IMITATE SOUNDS
D. SHOWS LIKES AND DISLIKES
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COOS
LAUGHS
BABBLES
3
6
MA…PA
PA… MA
MA…PA
PA… MA
9
4. A 6 MONTHS OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE
FOLLOWING EXCEPT:
A. SIT MOMENTARILY
B. TRANSFER OBJECTS
C. IMITATE SOUNDS
D. SHOWS LIKES AND DISLIKES
5. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO PULL TO
STAND, USE PINCER GRASP, PLAY PAT-ACAKE AND PEEK-A-BOO, IMITATE SOUNDS
AND SMILE APPROPRIATELY, BUT IS
UNABLE TO RELEASE AN OBJECTS ON
COMMAND OR TO COME WHEN CALLED
SHOULD BE:
A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE
B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE
C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE
D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE
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MA…PA
PA… MA
MA…PA
PA… MA
9
GIVE TO
MOMMY !
COME TO
MOMMY !
MOMMY
PAPA
12
5. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO PULL TO
STAND, USE PINCER GRASP, PLAY PAT-ACAKE AND PEEK-A-BOO, IMITATE SOUNDS
AND SMILES APPROPRIATELY BUT IS
UNABLE TO RELEASE AN OBJECTS ON
COMMAND OR TO COME WHEN CALLED
SHOULD BE:
A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE
B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE
C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE
D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE
6. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO SMILE
SPONTANEOUSLY, USE PINCER GRASP,
AND IMITATE SOUNDS BUT IS UNABLE TO
RELEASE AN OBJECT ON COMMAND OR
TO RUN SHOULD BE:
A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE
B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE
C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE
D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE
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GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION
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JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER
MA…PA
PA… MA
MA…PA
PA… MA
9
GIVE TO
MOMMY !
COME TO
MOMMY !
MOMMY
PAPA
12
6. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO SMILE
SPONTANEOUSLY, USE PINCER GRASP,
AND IMITATES SOUNDS BUT IS UNABLE TO
RELEASE AN OBJECTS ON COMMANDS OR
TO RUN SHOULD BE:
A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE
B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE
C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE
D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE
7. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO SMILE
SPONTANEOUSLY, USE PINCER GRASP,
COO AND LAUGH, PLAY PAT-A-CAKE AND
PEEK-A-BOO, AND IMITATE SOUNDS BUT
IS UNABLE TO RELEASE AN OBJECT ON
COMMAND OR TO COME WHEN CALLED
SHOULD BE:
A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE
B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE
C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE
D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE
SHOW ME THE QUESTION AGAIN
I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY
GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION
I WANT TO TRY AGAIN
GIVE ME A CLUE
JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER
MA…PA
PA… MA
MA…PA
PA… MA
9
GIVE TO
MAMMY !
COME TO
MAMMY !
MAMMY
PAPA
12
THE TRICK TO ANSWER A QUESTION
REGARDING DEVELOPMENTAL AGE IS TO
KNOW THOSE CARTOON BY HEART (THE
SAME AS THE MULTIPLICATION TABLES). THE
APPROACH TO DEVELOPMENTAL QUESTIONS
IS TO LOOK FOR THE ACTIONS THAT THE
INFANT CAN DO (IN THE QUESTION OR IN THE
ANSWERS) AND WRITE BY THE SIDE OF
EVERY ACTION THE APPROPRIATE AGE. IF
YOU SEE AN ACTION THAT YOU CAN NOT AGE
DISREGARD IT.
7. AN INFANT WHO IS ABLE TO SMILE
SPONTANEOUSLY, USE PINCER GRASP,
COO AND LAUGH, PLAY PAT-A-CAKE AND
PEEK-A-BOO, AND IMITATE SOUNDS BUT
IS UNABLE TO RELEASE AN OBJECT ON
COMMAND OR TO COME WHEN CALLED
SHOULD BE:
A. 3 MONTHS OF AGE
B. 6 MONTHS OF AGE
C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE
D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE
8. A 12-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE
FOLLOWING EXCEPT:
A. SIT MOMENTARILY
B. USE PINCER GRASP
C. COME WHEN CALLED
D. MIMIC ACTIONS OF OTHERS
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GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION
I WANT TO TRY AGAIN
GIVE ME A CLUE
JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER
GIVE TO
MOMMY !
MOMMY
PAPA
12
COME TO
MAMMY !
MOMMY, PAPA, YES, NO, CAT, MILK
18
8. A 12-MONTH OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE
FOLLOWING EXCEPT:
A. SIT MOMENTARILY = 6
B. USE PINCER GRASP = 9
C. COME WHEN CALLED = 12
D. MIMIC ACTIONS OF OTHERS = 18
9. A 12-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE
FOLLOWING EXCEPT:
A. WALK WITH ONE HAND HELD
B. RELEASE AN OBJECT ON
COMMAND
C. COME WHEN CALLED
D. FEED HIMSELF WITH SPOON
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GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION
I WANT TO TRY AGAIN
GIVE ME A CLUE
JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER
GIVE TO
MOMMY !
MOMMY
PAPA
COME TO
MOMMY !
MAMMY, PAPA, YES, NO, CAT, MILK
18
12
9. A 12-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE
FOLLOWING EXCEPT:
A. WALK WITH ONE HAND HELD = 12
B. RELEASE AN OBJECT ON
COMMAND = 12
C. COME WHEN CALLED = 12
D. FEED FROM A SPOON = 18
10. A CHILD WHO IS ABLE TO SMILE
SPONTANEOUSLY, USE PINCER GRASP,
AND WALK UPSTAIRS WITH ASSISTANCE
BUT IS UNABLE TO BUILD A TOWER OF
SIX BLOCKS IS:
A. 12 MONTHS OF AGE
B. 18 MONTHS OF AGE
C. 24 MONTHS OF AGE
D. 36 MONTHS OF AGE
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I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY
GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION
I WANT TO TRY AGAIN
GIVE ME A CLUE
JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER
COOS
LAUGHS
BABBLES
3
6
MA…PA
PA… MA
MA…PA
PA… MA
9
GIVE TO
MOMMY !
MOMMY
PAPA
12
COME TO
MOMMY !
MOMMY, PAPA, YES, NO, CAT, MILK
18
GIVE ME COOKY
24
3
9
10. A CHILD WHO IS ABLE TO SMILE
SPONTANEOUSLY, USE PINCER GRASP,
WALK UPSTAIRS WITH ASSISTANCE BUT
IS UNABLE TO BUILD A TOWER OF SIX
BLOCKS IS:
A. 12 MONTHS OF AGE
B. 18 MONTHS OF AGE
C. 24 MONTHS OF AGE
D. 36 MONTHS OF AGE
-24
18
10. AN CHILD WHO IS ABLE TO SMILE
SPONTANEOUSLY, USE PINCER GRASP,
WALK UPSTAIRS WITH ASSISTANCE BUT,
IS UNABLE TO BUILD A TOWER OF SIX
BLOCKS IS:
A. 12 MONTHS OF AGE
B. 18 MONTHS OF AGE
C. 24 MONTHS OF AGE
D. 36 MONTHS OF AGE
11. AN 18-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING
EXCEPT:
A. WALK UPSTAIRS WITH ASSISTANCE
B. RELEASE AN OBJECT ON COMMAND
C. FEED FROM A SPOON
D. BUILD A TOWER OF SIX BLOCKS
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I WANT TO SEE A CLUE, ANYWAY
GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION
I WANT TO TRY AGAIN
GIVE ME A CLUE
JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER
COOS
LAUGHS
BABBLES
3
6
MA…PA
PA… MA
MA…PA
PA… MA
9
GIVE TO
MOMMY !
MOMMY
PAPA
12
COME TO
MOMMY !
MOMMY, PAPA, YES, NO, CAT, MILK
18
GIVE ME COOKY
24
11. AN 18-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING,
EXCEPT:
A. WALK UPSTAIRS WITH ASSISTANCE = 18
B. RELEASE AN OBJECT ON COMMAND =12
C. FEED FROM A SPOON =18
D. BUILD A TOWER OF SIX BLOCKS = 24
12. A 24-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING,
EXCEPT:
A. RUN
B. PLAY WITH OTHER CHILDREN
C. SPEAK 5 WORD SENTENCES
D. BUILD A TOWER OF SIX BLOCKS
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JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER
GIVE TO
MAMMY !
MOMMY
PAPA
12
COME TO
MOMMY !
MOMMY, PAPA, YES, NO, CAT, MILK
18
GIVE ME COOKY
24
12. AN 24-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING,
EXCEPT:
A. RUN = 24
B. PLAY WITH OTHER CHILDREN = 24
C. HAVE 5 WORD SENTENCES = ?
D. BUILD A TOWER OF SIX BLOCKS = 24
AT 24 MONTHS, A NORMAL CHILD IS
EXPECTED TO MAKE 3 WORDS SENTENCES,
HE MAY MAKE 5 WORD SENTENCES BUT HE
DOES NOT HAVE TO, TO BE NORMAL
12. AN 24 MONTHS OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING,
EXCEPT:
A. RUN
B. PLAY WITH OTHER CHILDREN
C. HAVE 5 WORD SENTENCES
D. BUILD A TOWER OF SIX BLOCKS
13. AT HOW MANY WEEKS OF
GESTATION SHOULD CONSISTENT
PERIODS OF AROUSAL BE EXPECTED?
A. 26
B. 28
C. 30
D. 32
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AROUSAL SYSTEM
CEREBRAL
CORTEX
BRAIN
MIDBRAIN
PONS
MEDULLA
SPINAL CORD
DIENCEPHALON
GA
AROUSAL
26 28 30 32 34 W
ASCENDING RETICULAR ACTIVATING SYSTEM
ARAS OUTPUT FIBERS
ARAS INPUT FIBERS
13. AT HOW MANY WEEKS OF
GESTATION SHOULD CONSISTENT
PERIODS OF AROUSAL BE EXPECTED?
A. 26
B. 28
C. 30
D. 32
14. VISUAL FIXATION AND THE ABILITY
TO FOLLOW A BRILLIANT TARGET ARE
PRESENT BY:
A. 40 WEEKS GA
B. 32 WEEKS GA
C. 30 WEEKS GA
D. 36 WEEKS GA
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14. VISUAL FIXATION AND THE ABILITY
TO FOLLOW A BRILLIANT TARGET ARE
PRESENT BY:
A. 40 WEEKS GA
B. 32 WEEKS GA
C. 30 WEEKS GA
D. 36 WEEKS GA
15. THE NORMAL ADULT VISUAL ACUITY
IS REACHED BY:
A. 9 MONTHS
B. 6 MONTHS
C. 12 MONTHS
D. 18 MONTHS
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BABBLES
6
20/20
15. THE NORMAL ADULT VISUAL ACUITY
IS REACHED BY:
A. 9 MONTHS
B. 6 MONTHS
C. 12 MONTHS
D. 18 MONTHS
16. OBJECT RECOGNITION IS THE BASIS
FOR WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING EYE
CHARTS:
A. E GAME CHART
B. SNELLEN EYE CHART
C. ALLEN EYE CHART
D. ALL OF THE ABOVE
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ALLEN EYE CHART
16. OBJECT RECOGNITION IS THE BASIS
FOR WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING EYE
CHARTS:
A. E GAME CHART
B. SNELLEN EYE CHART
C. ALLEN EYE CHART
D. ALL OF THE ABOVE
17. THE PUPILS MAY REACT TO LIGHT AS
EARLY AS _____ WEEKS OF GESTATION.
A. 28 TO 32
B. 24 TO 26
C. 26 TO 28
D. 22 TO 24
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PUPIL REACT TO LIGHT
GA 26 28 30 32 34 W
NO
SOMETIMES
YES
17. THE PUPILS MAY REACT TO LIGHT AS
EARLY AS _____ WEEKS OF GESTATION.
A. 28 TO 32
B. 24 TO 26
C. 26 TO 28
D. 22 TO 24
18. AT WHAT AGE WILL AN INFANT
START TO LOOK IN THE DIRECTION OF
THE SOUND SOURCE?
A. 3 MONTHS
B. 6 MONTHS
C. 9 MONTHS
D. 18 MONTHS
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COOS
LAUGHS
3
18. AT WHAT AGE WILL AN INFANT
START TO LOOK IN THE DIRECTION OF
THE SOUND SOURCE?
A. 3 MONTHS
B. 6 MONTHS
C. 9 MONTHS
D. 18 MONTHS
19. DOLL’S EYE MANEUVER
DEMONSTRATES COMPLETE EYE
MOVEMENTS AS EARLY AS:
A. 22 WEEKS CA
B. 25 WEEKS CA
C. 33 WEEKS CA
D. 35 WEEKS CA
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DOLL’S MANEUVERS
GA
24 25 26 27 28 29 30 W
5
BIRTH
15 D
CN III (MR)
+
+
CN VI
CN VIII
+
R+
LEFT
C7
19. DOLL’S EYE MANEUVER
DEMONSTRATES COMPLETE EYE
MOVEMENTS AS EARLY AS:
A. 22 WEEKS
B. 25 WEEKS
C. 33 WEEKS
D. 35 WEEKS
20. A 9-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE
FOLLOWING EXCEPT:
A. SIT MOMENTARILY
B. USE PINCER GRASP
C. COME WHEN CALLED
D. PLAY PAT-A-CAKE
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COOS
LAUGHS
BABBLES
3
6
MA…PA
PA… MA
MA…PA
PA… MA
9
GIVE TO
MOMMY !
MOMMY
PAPA
COME TO
MOMMY !
MAMMY, PAPA, YES, NO, CAT
18
12
20. A 9-MONTH-OLD SHOULD BE
EXPECTED TO DO ALL OF THE
FOLLOWING, EXCEPT:
A. SIT MOMENTARILY
B. USE PINCER GRASP
C. COME WHEN CALLED
D. PLAY PAT-A-CAKE
21. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN
START RIDING A TRICYCLE?
A. 1 YEAR
B. 2 YEARS
C. 3 YEARS
D. 4 YEARS
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GIVE ME COOKY
24
9
12
18
36
24
30
21. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN
SART RIDING A TRICYCLE?
A. 1 YEAR
B. 2 YEARS
C. 3 YEARS
D. 4 YEARS
22. FEAR OF DARKNESS USUALLY
STARTS BY :
A. 1 YEAR
B. 2 YEARS
C. 3 YEARS
D. 4 YEARS
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Sexuality
Social performance
Death
Reality (tests)
Media events
Fantasy (ghost)
Bodily harm
Darkness
Animal, masks
Separation
Stranger, height
Loss support, noise
T
E
E
N
S
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Y
22. FEAR OF DARKNESS USUALLY
STARTS BY :
A. 1 YEAR
B. 2 YEARS
C. 3 YEARS
D. 4 YEARS
23. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN
START COPYING A TRIANGLE?
A. 2 YEAR
B. 3 YEARS
C. 4 YEARS
D. 5 YEARS
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ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR
6
2
3
TELL
*CAN
BETWEEN
* 2g
*
8
9
1g
15 18 24 30 36
MONTHS
48 60
23. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN
START COPPING A TRIANGLE :
A. 2 YEAR
B. 3 YEARS
C. 4 YEARS
D. 5 YEARS
24. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN
START THROWING A BALL
OVERHAND?
A. 2 YEAR
B. 3 YEARS
C. 4 YEARS
D. 5 YEARS
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COUNTS
TO 4
BLUE
GREEN
RED
COUNTS
TO 10
YELLOW
48
60
24. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN
START THROWING A BALL OVERHAND:
A. 3 YEAR
B. 3 YEARS
C. 4 YEARS
D. 5 YEARS
25. A CHILD WHO IS ABLE TO OPEN HIS
HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY, COO AND
LAUGH, CLIMB, AND TELL WHICH LINE IS
LONGER, BUT IS UNABLE TO TELL WHICH
OBJECT IS HEAVIER SHOULD BE:
A. 5 YEARS
B. 4 YEARS
C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE
D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE
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COUNTS
TO 4
BLUE
GREEN
RED
COUNTS
TO 10
YELLOW
48
60
ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR
6
2
3
TELL
*CAN
BETWEEN
* 2g
*
8
9
1g
15 18 24 30 36
MONTHS
48 60
25. A CHILD WHO IS ABLE TO OPENS HIS
HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY, COOS AND
LAUGHS, CLIMBS AND TELL WHICH LINE IS
LONGER, BUT IS UNABLE TO TELL WHICH
OBJECT IS HEAVIER SHOULD BE:
A. 5 YEARS
B. 4 YEARS
C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE
D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE
26. A CHILD WHO IS ABLE TO OPEN HANDS
SPONTANEOUSLY, COO AND LAUGH,
CLIMB, AND TELL WHICH LINE IS LONGER,
BUT IS UNABLE TO NAME 4 COLORS
PROBABLY IS:
A. 5 YEARS
B. 4 YEARS
C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE
D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE
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COUNTS
TO 4
BLUE
RED
COUNTS
TO 10
YELLOW
48
TO THE TOILET
ALONE
GREEN
60
ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR
6
2
3
TELL
*CAN
BETWEEN
* 2g
*
8
9
1g
15 18 24 30 36
MONTHS
48 60
26. A CHILD WHO IS ABLE TO OPEN HIS
HANDS SPONTANEOUSLY, COOS AND
LAUGHS, CLIMB AND TELL WHICH LINE IS
LONGER, BUT IS UNABLE TO NAME 4
COLORS PROBABLY IS:
A. 5 YEARS
B. 4 YEARS
C. 9 MONTHS OF AGE
D. 12 MONTHS OF AGE
27. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN
START TO REFER TO THEMSELVES BY
NAME?:
A. 19 MONTHS
B. 4 YEARS
C. 2 YEARS
D. 12 MONTHS
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EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE
WORD
#
SMILE TO SPEECH
JARGON (1 syllable)
FIRST WORD
COMBINES 2 WORDS
TO SELF BY NAME
COMBINES 3 WORDS
COMBINES 4 WORDS
1.5 M
6M
12 M 1-3
19 M
24 M 272
2½Y
3½Y
27. AT WHAT AGE DO MOST CHILDREN
START TO REFER TO THEMSELVES BY
NAME?:
A. 19 MONTHS
B. 4 YEARS
C. 2 YEARS
D. 12 MONTHS
%
75
50
25
PT
28. TEMPORAL PATTERN
OF:
A. MORO REFLEX
B. ATNR
C. SUPPORTING
D. NECK-RIGHTING
E. PARACHUTE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M
ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE
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DISAPPEARS AS PER ILLINGWORTH’S
DISAPPEARS AS PER NELSON’S
%
75
FROM K S HOLT
50
25
MORO REFLEX
ATNR
SUPPORTING
NECK-RIGHTING
PARACHUTE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M
ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE
%
75
50
25
28. TEMPORAL PATTERN
OF:
A. MORO REFLEX
B. ATNR
C. SUPPORTING
D. NECK-RIGHTING
E. PARACHUTE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M
ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE
%
75
50
25
29. TEMPORAL PATTERN
OF:
A. MORO REFLEX
B. ATNR
C. SUPPORTING
D. NECK-RIGHTING
E. PARACHUTE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M
ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE
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DISAPPEARS AS PER ILLINGWORTH’S
DISAPPEARS AS PER NELSON’S
%
75
FROM K S HOLT
50
25
MORO REFLEX
ATNR
SUPPORTING
NECK-RIGHTING
PARACHUTE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M
ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE
%
75
50
25
29. TEMPORAL PATTERN
OF:
A. MORO REFLEX
B. ATNR
C. SUPPORTING
D. NECK-RIGHTING
E. PARACHUTE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M
ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE
%
75
50
25
30. TEMPORAL PATTERN
OF:
A. MORO REFLEX
B. ATNR
C. SUPPORTING
D. NECK-RIGHTING
E. PARACHUTE
PT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M
ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE
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DISAPPEARS AS PER ILLINGWORTH’S
DISAPPEARS AS PER NELSON’S
%
75
FROM K S HOLT
50
25
MORO REFLEX
ATNR
SUPPORTING
NECK-RIGHTING
PARACHUTE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M
ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE
%
75
50
25
PT
30. TEMPORAL PATTERN
OF:
A. MORO REFLEX
B. ATNR
C. SUPPORTING
D. NECK-RIGHTING
E. PARACHUTE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M
ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE
%
75
50
25
31. TEMPORAL PATTERN
OF:
A. MORO REFLEX
B. ATNR
C. SUPPORTING
D. NECK-RIGHTING
E. PARACHUTE
PT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M
ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE
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DISAPPEARS AS PER ILLINGWORTH’S
DISAPPEARS AS PER NELSON’S
%
75
FROM K S HOLT
50
25
MORO REFLEX
ATNR
SUPPORTING
NECK-RIGHTING
PARACHUTE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M
ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE
%
75
50
25
31. TEMPORAL PATTERN
OF:
A. MORO REFLEX
B. ATNR
C. SUPPORTING
D. NECK-RIGHTING
E. PARACHUTE
PT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M
ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE
%
75
50
25
32. TEMPORAL PATTERN
OF:
A. MORO REFLEX
B. ATNR
C. SUPPORTING
D. NECK-RIGHTING
E. PARACHUTE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M
ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE
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I WANT TO TRY AGAIN
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JUST GIVE ME THE ANSWER
DISAPPEARS AS PER ILLINGWORTH’S
DISAPPEARS AS PER NELSON’S
%
75
FROM K S HOLT
50
25
MORO REFLEX
ATNR
SUPPORTING
NECK-RIGHTING
PARACHUTE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M
ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE
%
75
50
25
32. TEMPORAL PATTERN
OF:
A. MORO REFLEX
B. ATNR
C. SUPPORTING
D. NECK-RIGHTING
E. PARACHUTE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M
ATNR: ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK RESPONSE
33. WHICH POSTURAL REFLEX IS
PERFORMED BY FLEXING AND
EXTENDING THE NECK WHILE
HOLDING THE INFANT IN PRONE
POSITION?
A. ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK
REFLEX (ATNR)
B. NECK RIGHTING REFLEX
C. LANDAU REFLEX
D. PARACHUTE REFLEX
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NECK RIGHTING REFLEX
ATNR
PARACHUTE
REFLEX
LANDAU REFLEX
33. WHICH POSTURAL REFLEX IS
PERFORMED BY FLEXING AND
EXTENDING THE NECK WHILE
HOLDING THE INFANT IN PRONE
POSITION?
A. ASYMMETRICAL TONIC NECK
REFLEX (ATNR)
B. NECK RIGHTING REFLEX
C. LANDAU REFLEX
D. PARACHUTE REFLEX
34. SUCKING AND ROOTING
REFLEXES MAY PERSIST IN AN
ASLEEP INFANT UP TO 7 MONTHS.
A. TRUE
B. FALSE
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34. SUCKING AND ROOTING
REFLEXES MAY PERSIST IN AN
ASLEEP INFANT UP TO 7 MONTHS.
A. TRUE
B. FALSE
35. A COMPLETE MORO RESPONSE
IS CONSISTENTLY PRESENT IN
MORE THAN 75% OF FULL-TERM
NEONATES.
A. TRUE
B. FALSE
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MORO EXTENSION REFLEX
28 32 37 W GA FULLY
0
3
6 M
IN FULL TERM NEONATES
COMPLETE
25 50 75
%
25 50 75
%
ONLY LIMITED ABDUCTION
35. A COMPLETE MORO RESPONSE
IS PRESENT IN MORE THAN 75% OF
FULL-TERM NEONATES.
A. TRUE
B. FALSE
36. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING
GEOMETRICAL FIGURE WILL A CHILD
DRAW FIRST:
A. CIRCLE
B. SQUARE
C. TRIANGLE
D. PENTAGON
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ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR
6
2
3
TELL
*CAN
BETWEEN
* 2g
*
8
9
1g
15 18 24 30 36
MONTHS
48 60
36. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SHAPES
WILL A CHILD DRAW FIRST:
A. CIRCLE
B. SQUARE
C. TRIANGLE
D. PENTAGON
37. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CAN A
CHILD DO FIRST:
A. DROP A SMALL PEBBLE IN BOTTLE
B. TAKE A SMALL PEBBLE OUT OF A
BOTTLE
C. DRAW A SQUARE
D. DRAW A TRIANGLE
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ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR
6
2
3
TELL
*CAN
BETWEEN
* 2g
*
8
9
1g
15 18 24 30 36
MONTHS
48 60
37. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CAN A
CHILD DO FIRST:
A. DROP A SMALL PEBBLE IN BOTTLE
B. TAKE A SMALL PEBBLE OUT OF A
BOTTLE
C. DRAW A SQUARE
D. DRAW A TRIANGLE
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