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Baby baby got a fear of flying?
Not sure. I've heard the song before, and the name of the group sounded like 'Blast X' or 'Glass Sticks'. Still looking
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The fear of children is pedophobia.
After hatching they are pale, bony, and small- on day 2 they have small white furs and tiny beaks. Within perhaps a weak or two they will learn to fly. Some robins have a ha…rder time learning to fly than others, and babies that are just learning may have a hard time balancing either on telephone wires, fences, and in the air.
At about two months.
No, a fruit fly is a species of fly. It is a Drosophila Melanogaster thet grow to usually about 0.3cm long only.
yes they can cause they have flying jetpacks no they don't have jetpacks and yes
Subject: Re: Natural fears on the day we are born Answered By: bobbie7-ga on 17 Nov 2004 07:19 PST Rated: These natural fears are known as reflexes. Psychol…ogists differ on the question of whether or not certain apparently unconscious and involuntary responses of infants should be called fears. ?At birth or soon after, a baby has startle reflexes and avoidance reactions, such as recoiling from pain, jerking at a loud noise or gasping at the sensation of falling. These actions may be unconscious to begin with, but they connect to conscious fears as the infant matures.? http://www.tribuneindia.com/2002/20020803/windows/main1.htm In the case of infants, some psychologists still argue on whether involuntary reflexes should be inferred as a by-product of fears. ?Two of these ?unconscious? reflexes are (1) startle reflex (where an infant jerks at an unfamiliar sound or sensation, or gasps at the sensation of falling), and (2) avoidance reaction (where an infant recoils from pain or involuntarily avoids a physically harmful stimulus such as heat).? PageWise, Inc http://vtvt.essortment.com/fearpsychology_rckv.htm Moro reflex Synonyms: Embrace reflex, startle reflex. Associated persons: Ernst Moro Description: ?A defensive reflex seen in the first 6 months of life. In response to a loud noise, passive movement of the child?s head or striking the surface on which the infant rests, the infant draws its arms across its chest in an embracing manner. Absence of this reflex under 6 months of age suggests diffuse central nervous system damage and asymmetric responses are seen with all forms of palsies - its presence after 6 months of age suggests cortical disturbance.? Who Named It http://www.whonamedit.com/synd.cfm/2763.html Moro reflex ?. . . one of the many automatic reflexes that babies have. When startled by a sudden noise or fear of falling, the Moro reflex leads them to throw out their arms, and arch their back.? http://www.cssd.us/body.cfm?id=558 Alternate Names: Embrace Reflex, Startle Reflex, Startle Response ?The Moro reflex is a normal reflex for an infant when he or she is startled or feels like they are falling. The infant will have a "startled" look and the arms will fling out sideways with the palms up and the thumbs flexed. Absence of the Moro reflex in newborn infants is abnormal and may indicate an injury or disease.? AllRefer Health http://health.allrefer.com/health/moro-reflex-moro-reflex.html Startle reflex: ?A reflex seen in normal infants in response to a loud noise. The infant with make a sudden body movement, bringing the legs and arms toward the chest.? MedicineNet http://www.medterms.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=11261 From the Medline Plus Medical Encyclopedia: Infantile reflexes include: ?The MORO RESPONSE is elicited by placing an infant on his back. Support the upper body weight of the supine infant by the arms (not lifting the infant off the surface) then release the arms suddenly. The infant responds by throwing the arms outward, clenching the fist, appearing startled, then relaxing back to a normal rest position.? ?The PARACHUTE REFLEX occurs in the slightly older infant, and is elicited by holding the child upright then rotating the body quickly face forward (as if falling). The arms are reflexively extended as if to break a fall even though this reflex appears long before walking.? - The TONIC NECK REFLEX - The GRASP REFLEX - The ROOTING REFLEX Examples of reflexes that persist into adulthood are: blinking (corneal) reflex (blinks before eyes are touched or when sudden bright light appears) sneeze reflex (sneezes when nasal passages irritated) gag reflex (gags when throat or back of mouth stimulated) yawn reflex (yawns when needs additional oxygen) cough reflex (coughs when airway stimulated) Infantile reflexes (normal in infants, abnormal in all others): sucking reflex (sucks when area around mouth stimulated) startle reflex (pulling arms and legs inward after loud noise) step reflex (stepping motions when sole of foot touches hard surface) Medline Plus Medical Encyclopedia http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003292.htm Moro reflex; Startle response; Startle reflex; Embrace reflex ?Moro reflex is a primitive reflex that is present at birth and typically disappears in the first few months of life.? http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003293.htm Definition: ?The Moro reflex is also known as the startle response. It is an infantile reflex, or involuntary response to a particular stimulus. The baby flings out both arms, and looks startled. The most common way to stimulate it is by giving the baby the sensation of falling. They often do it as you lay them down in a crib. It can also be elicited by sudden drops in temperature, blowing on the face and loud noises. These are movements that the baby makes with no conscious effort or thought, they happen in response to a particular stimulus.? Also Known As: startle response http://parenting.allinfoabout.com/glossary/moro.html Newborn reflexes http://okok.essortment.com/newbornsreflex_rywo.htm Infantile reflexes http://www.drkoop.com/ency/article/003292.htm Startle reflex http://members.aol.com/doder1/startle1.htm
Paedophobia Fear of children: An abnormal and persistent fear of babies and children. Sufferers experience anxiety even though they realize their fear is groundless. Bein…g around active babies and children can both produce anxiety. Fear of children is termed "paedophobia," a word derived from the Greek "pais" (child) and "phobos" (fear).
Who sings the songs with the lyrics baby baby I got a fear of flying I get to lift off but I feel like dying also says something like the ocean is frozen it's from the 80's?
i've been searching for this song. it was out in the early 80's...i don't even remember who sang it. Does Seymour sound familiar? Phil Seymour? or something like that?
When their moms teach them.
Technically speaking no, a baby dragon fly would be a nymph and they live underwater. The nymph metamorphoses into a dragonfly after leaving the water.
it takes approximately 10 days
When about turn 8 yrs old or 6 yrs old or 10 yrs old, no wait 4 yrs old , no actually 20 yrs old.
Flys do not have babies, so their is no way to tell. Correct me if I'm wrong. but they can still mate with each other