WSU HD 300 - Developmental Effects of Abuse (3 pages)

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Developmental Effects of Abuse


Lecture number:
3
Pages:
3
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Washington State University
Course:
Hd 300 - child abuse and neglect
Edition:
1

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HD 300 1st Edition Lecture 3 Outline of Last Lecture I Historical View of Children II Justification for Abuse III Mutilation IV Infanticide V Sexual Misuse of Children VI Legal Action VII Justification for Prevention of Child Abuse Outline of Current Lecture I Developmental Trajectory of Abuse a Prenatal abuse b Newborn Abuse c Infancy d Toddler e Pre School f School Age g Adolescence Current Lecture Unit 3 Developmental Effects of Abuse Developmental Trajectory of Abuse When does abuse begin o Prior to conception of the child As grow up attitudes toward children and parenting History of abuse Prenatal abuse o Pregnancy Unplanned pregnancy Wrong reason of conception Attitudes of pregnancy Violence against pregnant woman Maternal substance abuse These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Addicted babies crack babies Fetal alcohol syndrome o Small eye openings o Smooth philitrum o Thin upper lip Outcomes related to teratogens Small for gestational age SDA Miscarriage preterm birth or still birth Placenta abruption heart and lung defects stroke CNS defects o Brain lesions tremors or seizures microcephaly Addiction Higher risk for SIDS Cognitive and mental disabilities o Attachment disorders Newborn Abuse o Depends on the childbirth experience o Depends on the bonding experience o Expectations of the newborn o Effect of the newborn on parental lifestyle or personal expectations Infancy o Most vulnerable to abuse of all age groups o Infants most at risk Pre term ugly wrong sex Health problems Disabilities Colic 1 predictor of homicide Toddler o Potty training problems o Abuse can interfere with language development o Attachment disorders o Autonomy issues are interfered with by abuse Kids are supposed to go through the NO stage o Hypervigilence Stilling playing and then just blank look and gone when exposed to violence o Role reversal Child take care of mother



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