- Cognitive Abilities Development of Children
The role of parents during the young stages of children has significant implications on the development of cognitive abilities and social structures.
- Child Development and Learning - Developmental Psychology
This is a summary of 3 articles that go on the topics of human intellectual development, early childhood programs and developmentally appropriate academics.
- Infancy and Early Childhood Development - Psychology
Infancy refers to the period when a human being is aged between 1 and 12 months. Infancy is marked by rapid physical growth, which aids an infant’s new abilities.
- The Effects of Nurseries on the Children Development
This study explores the effects of nurseries on the development of children between two and three years old. The quantitative research design was used to answer the research questions.
- How Television Can Affect Children in a Positive Way?
Many suppose that rather than watching television, children ought to focus on essential issues like studying, sports, and other activities that help in physical and intellectual growth.
- Middle Childhood Cognitive Development and Learning
Explanations of the normal growth have been postulated by many theorists. Growth and development in early life is usually described in three main stages.
- Educative Toys' Role in Child Development
The purpose of the study is to affirm the hypothesis that educative toys enhance child development and education. The toys should be given to children according to their age and grade.
- Psychology: Middle Childhood Development
This paper focuses on highlighting some of the hereditary and environmental factors that affect physical, cognitive, and social development in the middle childhood stage.
- Peers' and Parents' Role in Child's Development
This paper provides detailed information on the influence of parents, peers, and other people in the development of a child process.
- Children and Adolescent Development Process
The case studies presented are for children or adolescents in school, who develop problems and need intervention. This analysis will integrate case studies and use scholarly research.
- Child Observation with Piaget's and Freud's Development Theories
Jean Piaget developed his cognitive-developmental theory based on the idea that children actively construct knowledge as they explore and manipulate the world around them.
- Child's Behavior and Developmental Stage
The behavior of children at any developmental stage is similar across cultures. The paper analyzes the behavior and the developmental stage of a 9-years child.
- Child Development: Ages One Through Three
Babies need high amounts of glucose in order for their brains to properly develop as well as fat in order to help stimulate proper growth and development.
- Childhood Stages and Development
The dynamic systems theory of motor development states that a child’s maturation is tied to the development of gross and fine motor skills.
- Growth and Development as a Journey Children Go Through
Developmental researchers have unearthed a wealth of information on how human beings go through the life span in terms of various developmental aspects
- How Does Autism Affect the Emotional Development of Children?
Discussion of emotional characteristics of autistic children, range of autistic emotional development, supporting emotional development autistic children, treatments.
- Autism and Emotional Development of Children
Parents are considered as the prime carers and educators of their children as well as the major providers of special, love, care, and attention that is normally given to autistic people.
- Child Development: The Attachment Theory
The process of child development starts with infant-mother interrelation being the background of human inner world formation.
- Importance of Outdoor Play on Development of Children
The research study examines the importance of outdoor play on process of learning, physical improvement, cooperative ability and many other aspects of the child’s development.
- Psychology. Ecological System Theory
Literature in early childhood is on the increasing end due to the early experiences and recognition of theories supporting human development.
- How Childhood Trauma Affects Health Across a Lifetime
Being a teacher requires a specific set of communication skills, and improving these skills could positively affect parent-teacher relationships.
- Impact of Early Childhood Experience on the Development of the Personality
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the level of impact of early childhood on the life of a human and compare it to other youthful stages.
- Professional Preparation: Promoting Child Development
The purpose of the present paper is to identify and explore one of the NAEYC early childhood professional preparation standards to enhance one’s knowledge in the field.
- Childhood to Adulthood Developmental Analysis : Personal Experiences
In today's technology world, it takes longer for youths to gain adequate training, get employment, and become financially independent.
- Physical Education Impact on Child Development
Inadequate physical activity hampers psychosocial health in children and elevates the risk of cardiometabolic disorders.
- The Child Growth and Development
Children play an active role in such areas as self-understanding and self-efficacy. Childhood experiences have a significant impact on mental and social development.
- Middle and Late Childhood Developmental Needs
A child's mental, behavioral, and social developmental outcomes, as well as physical health, are determined by socioeconomic circumstances.
- How Culture Influences a Child’s Development
The goal of this paper is to analyze the role of culture as one of the main sources of influence on a child’s early development.
- Classical Music in Children’s Development and Behavior
Western classical music, often referred to as simply classical music, is often considered highly beneficial to children’s education and associated with a variety of advantages.
- The Impact of Dyslexia on Child Development
A society that views a person who has dyslexia as ordinary will also encourage the person to see themselves the same way.
- Personal and Social Development of Children
Bringing up children and fostering their personal and social development is a complicated process requiring significant efforts from their parents and caregivers.
- Developmental Psychology: Early Childhood and Infancy Stages
The essay concerns the two stages of child and adolescent psychological development, considering the value of play, attachment, and bonding during these years.
- Physical and Cognitive Development of Early Childhood
Before the age of six, the brain's growth continues, the development of the frontal lobes, which allows children to acquire the ability to control attention by school age.
- Developmental Assessment of School-Aged Children
This essay discusses the physical assessment of school-aged children and typical developmental stages for children of this age.
- Human Development: Preschool Children
The rate of development during the preschool years is contingent on both hereditary and environmental factors.
- Child Birth and Development in Infancy
Physical and cognitive development in such an essential period of human life as infancy is critical to the quality of people’s lives.
- Child Language Development Discussion
Language development is a course during which a child learns to communicate and understand speech during childhood.
- Developmental Theories for Children
Stages of development are useful in monitoring and measuring the growth of a child. This discussion aims at evaluating the best technique useful for children aged seven years.
- Adolescent Risk Behaviors. Child Development Influences
Adolescence is one of the most challenging periods in the life of every individual because they go though in an understanding of life, establishing a personality.
- Child Development Theories
The paper has discussed a case of a 4-year old Melissa, who is at risk due to her developmental stage, using Erikson’s and Piaget’s theories.
- Development in Early Childhood and Early Adulthood
This paper aims to highlight social, emotional, physical and cognitive development in early childhood and early adulthood, as well as trends and theories of development.
- Infancy to Late Childhood Development
This paper aims at reviewing information regarding the growth and development of children between birth and 11 years of age, from infancy to late childhood.
- Developmental Assessment and the School-Aged Child
When conducting a medical assessment of a school-aged child, a medical professional must evaluate their cognitive, physical, social, language, and learning development.
- Infant Physical and Cognitive Development
The cognitive and physical development of infants has been an object of research since the XX century. Its conventions were set by Jean Piaget.
- The 10-Month-Old Child: Developmental Information
This paper discusses the observations made from the video by reviewing existing literature on developmental skills among 10 months old infants.
- The Formation and Development of Empathy in Children
The paper is relevant for the research as it contains resources that will help to explain the formation and factors that influence the development of a child’s empathy.
- The Early Childhood Stage
The early childhood stage is important because it determines the effectiveness in cognitive, social, and emotional development in a child.
- The Factors of the Child’s Healthy Development
Social and emotional development cannot exist within the framework of the healthy functioning of an individual from a young age.
- Connection Between Screen Time and Child Development
Toddlers who spend a considerable amount of time in front of screens demonstrate “poorer performance on developmental screening tests later in childhood”.
- Child Development Psychology: Pregnancy Trimesters
During prenatal development, all three trimesters are very important and any kind of psychological or medical condition the mother undergoes, the child is equally affected.
- Child Development Overview
This paper details the varied factors that impact child development, including the environment, cultural differences, attachment styles, and development stages.
- Developmental Milestones in Infants and Toddlers
Concerning physical activity, a child should be able to keep his head at the age of two months and move across the bed at the age of six months.
- Stages of Cognitive Development in Children
This paper explains the five stages of cognitive development which begin in infancy, early childhood, middle childhood, early adolescence, and ends with late adolescence.
- Growth and Development of the School-Age Child
The school-age children are aware of the human body, and they begin acceptation their own through the changes it experiences.
- Child Growth and Development: Attachment Theories
Since growth and development are a broad and rich subject, several theorists have come together to help understand why and how people learn, grow, and act.
- Interview and Observation: A Case Study on Child Development
Teddy is the patient that this case targets to study. Teddy is eight years old, he has been developing physically at a regular rate, and he does not have known physical health issues
- Child’s Living Conditions and Attachment Development
The paper states that the experience of raising a child in an orphanage can cause atypical behavior in situations of social interaction.
- Aspects of Child Development
The development of the child is influenced by external factors including the neighbors and their actions, and the personality characteristics of the child.
- Child Observation Assessment: Development
The interview was with the caregiver, who said that Laura is an extremely playful and jovial girl, who cries only when she is wet or hungry.
- Cognitive Development During Childhood
The cognitive development of children is a key aspect of their growth, especially in their formative years. Children are born with cognitive abilities.
- Children’s Oral Language Development (Preschool)
The infant’s speech develops faster and better when adults talk to them a lot, not just talk, but specifically communicate.
- Cognitive Development in Early and Middle Childhood
The Early Childhood stage of development lasts from 3 to 5 years. During this period, children are already ready to master complex skills, such as riding a two-wheeled bicycle
- How Childhood Development Stages Affect Adult Life
While upbringing ordeals one undergoes when growing up characterize the childhood memories, they play an important role in the later lives.
- Child Development and Environmental Influences
This paper is an annotated bibliography that aims to conduct an analysis of the child development theme from several sources.
- Family Survey for Development of Children
This paper contains a letter with the family survey that was created with a request for family support in the understanding and development of children.
- Personal Development From Childhood Through Present Age
The personal development of an individual occurs throughout life. Personality is one of those phenomena that is rarely interpreted in the same way by two different authors.
- Observed Behaviors of 10-Year Old Children and Supporting Theories
This paper explains Erikson’s psychosocial, Freud’s psychosexual, Piaget’s cognitive developmental theories, Bandura’s social learning, Kohlberg’s moral development perspectives.
- The Relationship Between Income and Childhood Brain Development
Dr. Noble's talk on the connection between income and cognitive development is scientifically accurate and proven.
- Child Development Assessment Tools
To clarify the ideas about the development of children, I also included a conversation as a more effective method that revealed the individual characteristics of each kid.
- Development. “Baby Milestones: 24–36 Months”
The investigation of behavior in this essay will provide an analysis of the development and behavior of a two to a three-year-old child based on the video “Baby Milestones”.
- Piaget’s Work and Legacy in Child Development
Piaget has been very influential and effective on the topic of understanding childhood development. His researched the differences that occur in child development.
- Pretend Play Importance for the Child’s Development
Pretend play is immeasurably significant for a child's development; it has a positive impact on learners' literacy, mathematical thinking, and language and scientific skills.
- Piaget’s and Vygotsky’s Theories in Childhood Quantitative Cognitive Development
Lev Vygotsky and Jean Piaget largely contributed to developmental psychology and education, notably exploring children's learning styles and mental abilities.
- Developmental Analysis: Personal Introduction of Childhood – Adolescence
This paper presents a personal introduction of childhood – adolescence, and theoretical perspectives of development (Freud’s, Erikson’s, Piaget’s theories).
- Jean Piaget’s Infant Development Theory
The author of the paper agrees with Jean Piaget's theory of intellectual development since it focuses on cognitive processes throughout a particular period.
- Importance of Play in Child’s Development
During the game process, a child’s will, emotions, cognitive processes, and interests interact and cooperate, as a result, positive changes in the personality of the child emerge.
- Stages of Child Development
Egocentrism - the inability or unwillingness of a person to look at what is happening from the point of view of other people, to put himself in the place of another person.
- Children’s Development Process
Parents, guardians, and professionals should incorporate children's observation programs for facilitating and enhancing children's development.
- Initiative and Guilt Stage of Child’s Psychological Development
Initiative and guilt are the third stage of psychological development which happens between the ages of three to five in the child's life.
- A Child's Development and Its Basic Elements
The issue of the development of a child is relevant and vital nowadays. There is a necessity to figure out all the basic elements of the process.
- Child Temperament and Life-Span Development
Temperament is a psychological term that refers to the combination of behaviors and attitudes an individual demonstrates.
- Freud’s and Vygotsky's Theories of Child Development
The subject of psychoanalytic theory is human emotions and interpersonal relationships. This paper analyzes Sigmund Freud’s theory and Vygotsky's cultural-historical theory.
- Formal Operational Stage of Cognitive Development of Children
As outlined by Jean Piaget, the formal operational stage of cognitive development considers children from the age of 12 years and above.
- Parental Stresses and Child’s Emotional Development
Raising a child as a head of a single-parent family is associated with various challenges. Firstly, a single-parent family may be struggling to afford even the basic needs.
- Why Parents Matter More Than Peers in Children’s Development
This paper argues that parents' impact on their children's life surpasses peers' influence and cannot be overlooked when education issues are concerned.
- Lack of Physical Development in Preschool Children
Physical development is an important aspect of growth in children and has been determined to enhance their social and language development.
- The Influence of Parents on the Psychoemotional Development of Children
In the context of the influence of parents on the psychoemotional development of children, such aspects as parenting style, emotion regulation, and parental distress.
- Child’s Development Analysis and Potential Interventions
In the case of the child described in the paper, there was a normal transition – she started studying in kindergarten and a non-normal one – she experienced her parents' divorce.
- Mother’s Influence on Child’s Development
Undoubtedly, each individual has their own sources that contribute to a certain degree of intensity to the formation of a person as an individual, man or woman.
- Child Maltreatment Factor of Personality Formation
This research aims to analyze the external factors involved in developing personality formation, particularly race and ethnicity.
- Speech Delay in a 32 Months-Old Child
Speech delay among 32 months-old children is a phenomenon that can sometimes occur in the early phases of development due to many reasons.
- How Can Attachment Styles Influence Children's Development
From a psychological standpoint, it is thought that the child's attachment style has a substantial impact on his or her development.
- Nature and Nurture Theories of Child Development
The paper discusses the nature and nurture theories debate. They relate to two different perceptions or approaches to child development.
- Development Through the Lifespan
Influences are felt already in early childhood, in the narrow family circle, and then among other children in kindergartens and schools.
- Development of Emotions and Temperament During Infancy
The paper states that the development of emotions and temperament is a gradual process and depends on the level of development of children.
- Parental and Psychotherapeutic Role in Development of Children With Autism
Parents have a significant role in developing and preparing an autistic child for future life, and in such cases, the work of a psychotherapist with the whole family is important.
- Child Development Issue and Its Management
This paper is a case study of the development issues of a four-year-old Chinese child; essentially, the child acted more like a 2-year-old.
- Cognitive Development During the First Three Years of Life
With the help of external orientation actions, the child correlates and compares the external properties of objects, highlighting permanent ones by the end of 3 years of life.
- Cognitive and Psychosocial Development of a Child
In the case reviewed in the paper, the child has not formed the concept of ownership and politeness, which is not the norm for this age.
- Children's Toys and Their Influence on Development
Educational toys tend to help children to develop problem-solving skills, understand the causes and impacts, and resolve conflicts.
- The Real Impact Separated Siblings Have on Individual Child Development
Sibling relationships within families have received increased attention over the past few years, pointing to the potential protective role that these relationships can play.
- Early Childhood Development: The Nurturing Care
The child’s changing cognitive and socio-emotional needs encourage regular nurturing-related adjustments initiated by both parents and child development professionals.
- Divisive Politics and Child Development
Political division and bias influence how children develop their beliefs about leadership, social life, and democracy.