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Moodle Question Insights I believe the environment surrounding a child plays the most significant role in brain development… a child's environment stimulates the brain to make further and more complex connections, sometimes unique of other children . Without environment being a factor in brain development, the brain would be unable to attach meaning to a stimuli and later build and learn from that basic connection . Meagan, AD1 the way a child reacts and responds to the situations and environment of life is key in developing the characteristics that define a person’s individuality . A child may have biological tendencies and may grow up in a certain environment; however, they choose what they like and dislike and how they deal with conflicts and changes . The answer to that question is what makes each person unique because it is a different answer for everyone. I believe that biological and environmental development of the brain forms the ground beneath a child’s curiosity and engagement in the world . Nithya, AD2
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Moodle Question Insights The environment essentially becomes a mapping system for the brain that allows for different experiences such as economic opportunities, education, and social interactions to positively (or negatively) influence a child . - Kyle AD#1 I think that the interactive environment of a child plays a huge role in the brain development of a child, as experiences and lessons learned while exploring their world enhance the child's overall knowledge and well being . - Alyssa AD#1 I am always amazed at how alike the parents and children are, then I realize that the child has learned everything they know from the
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course EPSY 236 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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