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正确指数:88% 正确的次数:7 错误的次数:1 4959---Which is appropriate language development for an 8-month-old? The child should be:

Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination, 7e (Saunders Comprehensive Review for Nclex-Rn)

1. saying “dada” and “mama” specifically (“dada” to father and “mama” to mother).
2. saying three other words besides “mama” and “dada.”
3. saying “dada” and “mama” nonspecifically.
4. saying “ball” when parents point to a ball.

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正确答案:
3. saying “dada” and “mama” nonspecifically.
解释 :
It is important for the nurse to assist parents in assessing speech development in their child so that developmental delays can be identified early. According to the Denver Developmental Screening Examination, at 8 months of age, the child should say “mama” and “dada” nonspecifically and imitate speech sounds. Children cannot say “dada” or “mama” specifically or use more than three words until they are about 12 months of age. A child cannot respond to specific commands or point to objects when requested until about 17 months of age.