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Weegy: Consider the infant brain as in some ways analogous to a computer. It has a seemingly infinite number of connectors just waiting to be plugged in, an architecture that allows for the development of incredibly complex behavior. [ But without a program that helps direct its thoughts and actions – the software, so to speak – it amounts to little. (p. 27) Without the software – morals, emotional stability, language development, etc. - that a mother and father provide, a child has decreased chances of developing into societal standards. This development is best described by stage one of Erik Erikson’s theory of social development[3] which states that a child well-handled, nurtured, and loved, develops trust, security, and a basic optimism (Child Development Institute, 2006). An affectionate, nurturing relationship between parent and child is paramount to a child’s development. As a parent interacts with a child, the parent is working to form the undeveloped parts of the brain fostering the development of essential synapses[4]. A child who lacks adequate nurturance will develop less functionally, in the part of the brain that mediates emotional reactions, than his/her peers. “Children who miss out on sufficient early connecting may look normal, but they are likely to be neurologically and physiologically[5] different” (p. 30). Loving relationships are important for any child in order to develop secure attachments and properly defined emotions. While infants have an inherited capacity to bond to their parents, these bonds translate into real attachment only when parents are warm and attentive to the child (McDevitt & Ormrod, 2002, p. 365). This relationship affects many other parts of the child’s development as well. For example, when children have loving relationships with parents, they are happier to play with peers in the absence of their parents (p. 366). Nurturing close emotional bonds with children will allow parents to enhance a child’s ... (More)
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one example of a intellectual transition in a childs life?
Weegy: The relationship between life transitions and health has been explored in various ways. [ [ Perhaps the most common has been the link made between behaviours such as smoking, drinking, drug use and sexual behaviour as means of experimentation, identity formation and achieving autonomy via passing through various ?rites of passage?. Attention has been paid to the relationship between these transitions and physical activity, particularly in the context of the belief they are critical periods that can either encourage and reinforce existing good physical activity habits or be points during which these habits can decrease or even stop. ] ] User: one possible side ffect on a childs intellectual development (More)
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