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Running head: CHILD DEVELOPMENT . Child Development Insert Name Insert Grade Course Insert Tutor’s Name 25 February 2012 Child Development Introduction Child development refers to psychological, emotional, and biological changes evident in human beings between birth and adolescence, which are the dependency stages.
Biological factors involve the change in a baby’s body such as the brain, weight, and height, which are based on genetic inheritance. This article will discuss the biological, cognitive, and socio-emotional factors that influence an infant’s development between ages 1 year to 3 years. Biological Factors The early years of a child are the most important. Generally, healthy development fosters child’s abilities; however, children tend to develop at their own pace, although their development should be closely monitored. From the infancy stage to three years, a child highly depends on his/her parents or caregivers; the child’s biological development is based on genetic inheritance. The brain development of a child enables it to crawl, eat, laugh, or speak; however, this development is based on the parent’s interaction with the child or the genetic inheritance. Genes are transferred form the parents to a child, and therefore, there are similarities between the child and his parents or relatives. This is evident in appearance, talents, and personalities developed as they grow. ...
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