Biological Factors That Influence Child Development

 

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While it is impossible to account for each and every influence that contributes to who a child eventually becomes, what researchers can do is look at some of the most apparent factors. These include things such as genetics, parenting, experiences, friends, family, education, and relationships. Genetic, epigenetic,: biological & environmental factors interact to determine developmental trajectory. Translational research, the study of how the latter 2 factors t. Biological factors that affect physical development in childhood include heredity, genetics, and ethnicity.

Illness and physical abnormalities greatly influence a child’s physical development. Nutrition plays a large role, as well, and includes not only the child’s nutrition but also the prenatal nutrition and the health of the child’s mother. The most important early environment for an infant is her primary caregiver. How the primary caregiver responds to the child shapes the early brain pathways and builds the foundation for future learning. Early experiences involve all senses through: Touch e.g., skin-to-skin holding.

Countless factors, from family and environment to genes and biology, influence a child’s growth and development. Scientists in the NICHD’s Section on Child and Family Research study how these factors affect the physical, mental, and social development of growing children, along with. Hi Lorina. List one biological and one environmental issue that could influence development? Environmental issue.

The child may have twins or a sibling in which their ages are relatively close, may not be receiving the parents attention. Biological issue. Genetics and ethnicity. Biological Factors Children are born with a range of genetic makeups, neurological predispositions, and temperaments. The environmental and biological factors that influence a child’s growth and development exist at the child, family, community and society levels, explains Best Start.

For instance, at the child level, whether the child’s housing arrangements offer sufficient room for play and exploration can impact the child’s development. Biological factors: various factors can affect brain development in perinatal life and early childhood and some have been linked with an increase risk of ADHD: maternal smoking, alcohol consumption, maternal use of heroin during pregnancy, very low birthweight, fetal hypoxia, brain injury and exposure to toxins such as lead. There is also an.

Because genetic factors and events during prenatal life may strongly influence developmental changes, genetics and prenatal development usually form a part of the study of child development.

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Emotional development of the children may be influenced by so many factors like their health and physical development, intelligence, family atmosphere and relationships, school atmosphere and teachers, social development and peer group relationships, neighbourhood, community and society, etc.

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Their research has thus far revealed three primary ways in which maternal behavior impacts variations in brain structure—learning and plasticity, the ability to cope with stress, and later maternal behavior in adulthood.

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Developmental psychobiology: prenatal, perinatal, and early postnatal aspects of behavioral development.

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• Factors known to affect the development of mental and emotional problems in children and adolescents include genetic influences, biochemical (prenatal and postnatal) factors, temperament, psychosocial developmental factors, social and environmental factors, and cultural influences.

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Parental ethnotheories, social practice, and the culturespecific development of social smiling in infants.

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Other variables that affect development include a baby’s genetic makeup and a host of factors such as ethnic background, religion, family size, socioeconomic bracket, and education of the parents.

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Among children in primary grades (kindergarten through grade 3), social variables that influenced throwing performance vary with age, but generally reflected parental influences, parent—child interactions, and play experiences in both sexes (East and Hensley 1985).

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The influence of parents is perhaps most critical early in development when a child’s brain is rapidly developing and nearly all experiences are created and shaped by parents and the home environment (Brito & Noble, 2014; Phillips & Shonkoff, 2000).

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The areas of research include maternal identity and competence; adjustments to parenting a newborn infant; parent–infant interactions; and the effects of stressors such as older maternal age, infertility, poverty, or a high-risk pregnancy.

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Parenting stress, infant emotion regulation, maternal sensitivity, and the cognitive development of triplets: A model for parent and child influences in a unique ecology.

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