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Genetic, Biological and Environmental Influences on School-Age "Crack Babies in Dealing with Multiple Stimuli and Forming Close
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Genetic, Biological and Environmental Influences on School-Age "Crack Babies in Dealing with Multiple Stimuli and Forming Close Attachments (Name) (University) (Course) (Tutor) (Date) Introduction There is a serious problem that comes with use of hard drugs.
Research has shown that almost one million infants born in the USA have been at one time exposed to one of the many illicit drugs while in utero. The social effects associated with these infants or crack babies when normally present themselves clearly when these children reach age of going to school. In most cases, the stimulation process becomes very erratic and such children are faced with difficulties of dealing with these multiple stimuli and have issues when it comes to having close attachments with people around them such a teachers and other pupils (McNichol & Tash, 2001). Dealing with multiple stimuli and forming close attachments Research has shown that we have a permanent developmental, neurological and behavior consequences which could be directly attributed to the exposure on drug use by parents. One notable thing has been that parents and even academic institutions are still quite unprepared in dealing with this problem effectively (McNichol & Tash, 2001). Given the environment in which such children are exposed to at an early age, it becomes difficult for them to integrate fully with the society around them. It is a known fact that children do inherit certain genetic components from their parents. The drug use interferes with a child’s development. ...
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