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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/30/11 Developmental Process Sabrina Armstrong AED/202 August 21st, 2011 Mark Pittrof 8/30/11 Infancy (birth-2) v The brain has two tasks implementing survival mechanisms outside the whom, and learning about people things language, sensations, emotions, and events. v Brain focuses on forming countless connections among neurons, creating dendrites, synapse, and fiber bundles. v Synaptic growth is rich in areas of the brain devoted to vision and hearing. v Connections made during infancy will be the foundation of many later abilities. 8/30/11 Early Childhood (2-6) v Incredible creativity, fantasy, wonder, and play occurs. v Language and communication skills develop rapidly during early childhood. v New vocabulary, appropriate use of language in social contexts, and facility with syntax are noticeable advancements. v Fluid rolling tumbling, running, and skipping. v Young children do not walk, they run. v Endearing , trusting, and affectionate. 8/30/11 Middle Childhood (6-10) v Pretending plays less of a role....
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course AED202 202 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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