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Integration Timeline for Primitive Reflexes and What their Impairments Interfere With

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mozart93304's version from 2017-09-17 19:02

Section 1

Question Answer
Normal age of response: birth to 6 monthsATNR
Normal age of response: 6 - 8 monthsSTNR
Normal age of response: Birth to 6 monthsTonic Labyrinthine Reflex
Normal age of response: 30 weeks of gestation to 2 monthsGalant Reflex
Normal age of response: Birth to 4 monthsPalmar Grasp Reflex
Normal age of response: 28 weeks of gestation to 9 monthsPlantar Grasp Reflex
Normal age of response: 28 weeks of gestation to 3 monthsRooting Reflex
Normal age of response: 28 weeks of gestation to 5 monthsMoro Reflex
Normal age of response: 28 weeks of gestation to 5 monthsStartle Reflex
Normal age of response: 35 weeks of gestation to 2 monthsPositive Support Reflex
Normal age of response: 38 weeks of gestation to 2 monthsStepping Reflex
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Section 2

Question Answer
feedingATNR
visual trackingATNR
midline use of handsATNR
bilateral hand useATNR
rollingATNR
development of crawlingATNR
can lead to skeletal deformities (scoliosis, hip subluxation, hip dislocation)ATNR
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Section 3

Question Answer
Ability to prop on arms in prone positionSTNR
attaining and maintaining hands and knees positionSTNR
crawling reciprocallySTNR
sitting balance when looking aroundSTNR
use of hands when looking at object in hands in sitting positionSTNR
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Section 4

Question Answer
ability to initiate rollingTonic Labyrinthine Reflex
ability to prop on elbows with extended hips when proneTonic Labyrinthine Reflex
ability to flex trunk and hips to come to sitting position from supine positionTonic Labyrinthine Reflex
often causes full body extension, which interferes with balance in sitting or standingTonic Labyrinthine Reflex
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Section 5

Question Answer
Development of sitting balanceGalant Reflex
can lead to scoliosisGalant Reflex
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Section 6

Question Answer
ability to grasp and release objects voluntarilyPalmar Grasp Reflex
Weight bearing on open hand fro propping, crawling, protective responsesPalmar Grasp Reflex
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Section 7

Question Answer
ability to stand with feet flat on surfacePlantar Grasp Reflex
balance reactions and weight shifting in standingPlantar Grasp Reflex
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Section 8

Question Answer
Oral-motor developmentRooting Reflex
Development of midline control of the headRooting Reflex
optical righting, visual tracking, social interactionRooting Reflex
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Section 9

Question Answer
balance reactions in sittingMoro Reflex
protective responses in sittingMoro Reflex
eye hand coordination, visual trackingMoro Reflex
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Section 10

Question Answer
sitting balanceStartle Reflex
protective responses in sittingStartle Reflex
eye and coordinationStartle Reflex
visual trackingStartle Reflex
attentionStartle Reflex
social itneractionStartle Reflex
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Section 11

Question Answer
standing and walkingPositive Support Reflex
balance reactions and weight shift in standingPositive Support Reflex
can lead to contractures of ankles into plantar flexionPositive Support Reflex
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Section 12

Question Answer
standing and walkingStepping Reflex
balance reations and weight shifting in standingStepping Reflex
development of smooth, coordinated, reciprocal movements of lower extremitiesStepping Reflex
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