Parental Age and Child Development


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Children born to fathers under 25 or over 51 tended to show more prosocial behaviors early in development, but lagged behind their peers born to middle-aged fathers by the time they reached their teens. The paternal age effect is the statistical relationship between paternal age at conception and biological effects on the child. Such effects can relate to birthweight, congenital disorders, life expectancy and psychological outcomes.

A 2017 review found that while severe health effects are associated with higher paternal age, the total increase in problems caused by paternal age is low. While paternal age has increased since 1960–1970, this is not seen as a major public health con. Parenting is a process that prepares your child for independence. As your child grows and develops, there are many things you can do to help your child. These links will help you learn more about your child’s development, positive parenting, safety, and health at each stage of your child’s life.

Learn about kids behavioral development, friends, gifted children, learning disabilities, puberty, shyness, and more from the editors of Parents magazine. The book’s structure (divided into four stages of child development—birth to 18 months, 18 to 36 months, 36 months to age six, and six to ten years) allows you to monitor your child’s progress, identify the reasons for emotional and psychological differences in siblings, and even determine how your parenting strategies should change as your child grows. During adolescence, kids need their parents more than ever.

Research shows that in a positive family environment, including fun family activities, open parent-child communication, and encouragement to participate in positive extracurricular activities, teens can navigate these years with relative ease. An emotional identification with either or both parents represents a second, quite different way in which the family affects children. By age 4 to 5 years, children believe, unconsciously, that some of the attributes of their parents are part of their own repertoire, even although this belief might have no objective basis. 11 A girl whose mother is afraid of storms. Especially when it comes to fathers, this parental-age effect is one of the most consistent findings in the epidemiology of autism.

The link between a mother’s age and autism is more complex: Women seem to be at increased odds of having a child with autism both when they are much older and much younger than average, according to some studies. Typical Child Development: 7 to 12 Months Your baby is starting to move around during this time, so he’s not going to sit still for long. Rolling over, crawling, standing, and a lot of cruising.

Your baby will test his strength and try to pull himself. Positive Parenting Tips. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Provides information for parents to learn about their children’s development, positive parenting, safety, and health at various stages of a child’s life.

Your Child’s Development: Age-Based Tips From Birth to.

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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).

“Growth, Maturation, and Physical Activity” by Robert M. Malina, Claude Bouchard, Oded Bar-Or
from Growth, Maturation, and Physical Activity
by Robert M. Malina, Claude Bouchard, Oded Bar-Or
Human Kinetics, 2004

If these events occur over time and at an early age (prior to age ten), they most likely will produce developmental delays in physical development, language skills, academic skills (reading, writing, and mathematics), interpersonal skills, communication, and intelligence.

“Handbook of Clinical Social Work Supervision” by Carlton E. Munson
from Handbook of Clinical Social Work Supervision
by Carlton E. Munson
Haworth Social Work Practice Press, 2002

The age range is divided into two bands with core subtests designated for children ages 2 years 6 months to 3 years 11 months and 4 years to 7 years, 3 months, based on empiric studies of differences in reasoning and language skills between the two age groups (Wechsler, 2002a).

“Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics E-Book” by William B. Carey, Allen C. Crocker, Ellen Roy Elias, Heidi M. Feldman, William L. Coleman
from Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics E-Book
by William B. Carey, Allen C. Crocker, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2009

We begin with a focus on developmental progression, age-related factors, birth order, and gender (sometimes called structural variables or influences).

“Play from Birth to Twelve and Beyond: Contexts, Perspectives, and Meanings” by Doris Pronin Fromberg, Doris Bergen
from Play from Birth to Twelve and Beyond: Contexts, Perspectives, and Meanings
by Doris Pronin Fromberg, Doris Bergen
Garland Pub., 1998

A child who received a CI 2 years ago, at 18 months of age, now has a chronologic age of 42 months, a hearing age of 24 months, and might have a language age of 20 months.

“Cochlear Implants: Principles & Practices” by John K. Niparko
from Cochlear Implants: Principles & Practices
by John K. Niparko
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009

Similarly, where developmental changes take place over a chronological age range, functional age may form the criteria for transition from one social category to another.

“Social Bioarchaeology” by Sabrina C. Agarwal, Bonnie A. Glencross
from Social Bioarchaeology
by Sabrina C. Agarwal, Bonnie A. Glencross
Wiley, 2011

That is, there are differential levels of responsibility for interaction and quality that are a function of the discrepancy in roles and maturity of the adult and child, the balance of which changes across the school-age years (Eccles & Roeser, 1998).

“Handbook of Psychology, Educational Psychology” by Donald K. Freedheim, Irving B. Weiner, Gloria J. Miller, William M. Reynolds, John A. Schinka, Wayne F. Velicer, Gloria E. Miller, Alice F. Healy, Robert W. Proctor
from Handbook of Psychology, Educational Psychology
by Donald K. Freedheim, Irving B. Weiner, et. al.
Wiley, 2003

For children whose general developmental level or level of communication appears to be behind what would be expected for chronological age (or for corrected gestational age in the case of premature babies), a general stimulation program to enhance motor and cognitive development may be initiated.

“Language Disorders from Infancy Through Adolescence E-Book: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, and Communicating” by Rhea Paul, Courtenay Norbury
from Language Disorders from Infancy Through Adolescence E-Book: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, and Communicating
by Rhea Paul, Courtenay Norbury
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

Information processing at 1 year: Relation to birth status and developmental outcome during the first 5 years.

“Comprehensive Handbook of Pediatric Audiology, Second Edition” by Anne Marie Tharpe, Richard Seewald
from Comprehensive Handbook of Pediatric Audiology, Second Edition
by Anne Marie Tharpe, Richard Seewald
Plural Publishing, Incorporated, 2016

The age ranges for each phase of motor development should be viewed as general guidelines, illustrative only of the broad concept of age-appropriateness.

“Understanding Motor Development: Infants, Children, Adolescents, Adults” by Jacqueline D Goodway, John C Ozmun, David L Gallahue
from Understanding Motor Development: Infants, Children, Adolescents, Adults
by Jacqueline D Goodway, John C Ozmun, David L Gallahue
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2019

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  • they say everything is based on your childhood history they say forget it and get over it when again they say is the basis of all the pain someone feels, need to to make clarity on that

  • Hello, I need some help my wife is studying MECD (Masters Early Childhood development) in Private BRAC University in Bangladesh. She would like to do PHD with full scholarship to study more and It will be blessing for our nation. we already serving our Country in Bangladesh it is in the southern part of Bangladesh the fisherman villages with me. We need some link or University name, which University in the world or USA is providing this opportunity those who are from Develop country. As Bangladesh we want to serve more to raise the next generation who will serve this World!!! greetings to you all.

  • He was way to anxious and the talk was very vague. He didn’t get to the core of the answer or anywhere near it. Have another go…….Being loved unconditionally by a caregiver or caregivers is the most important thing you can do for a child. This will set them up for life with confidence, self belief and contentment from there they can achieve anything and they will be more resilient to whatever challenges life throws at them.

  • I feel like I just took five child development classes and two psychology classes. Not after the video, but after reading the comments.

  • The most important influence on a child’s development is attachment.
    Especially parental attachment. Social attachment as well.
    Just love them no matter what, and provide for them. Stay connected with their humanity.

  • this was the vaguest speech ive ever listened to. How am i supposed to write a response to this video is he didnt give me any definitive answers??

  • So if i were to pick the best country to bring my child up in, what is the most mportant influence i should look for???… educational, religious, social…?
    Question wasn’t answered

  • Would it be ok if I make a spanish version of youre video?, Of course, de link of this video would be in the spanish version as well.

  • The childhood of someone from Finland or from Kenya is very different. Who doesn’t know that dude?! But there are things fundamentally important for children given very different environments. I was expecting something more insightful or any implication for social change or something for us to ponder on…

  • I b-fed my kids my kids for 2.5 yrs each. They are exactly 24 months and 1 day apart. They are faboulous, were never dumped anywhere and all was much work and strain on my part. Now I can relax with glee!

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  • The most important thing you can do for children is LOVE them. I saw poorest children in Cambodia, Indonesia and being SO happy. They don’t know they are missing an IPhone but they do know when parents don’t love them.

  • Telling your child the truth is very important. Never hide anything that they should know, this will help them understand more about life and will help them avoid many mistakes in their life. This in return will help them to respect their thoughts and feelings and learn to express them respondsibly and become better human beings. We as parents should always be our children best friend.

  • My autistic son, 19, has had a horrific life. Here in Canada that should never have happened. I became disabled during pregnancy and couldn’t have imagined the system would abuse and neglect us so unimaginably bad. It’s beyond 3rd world. We still can’t break the cycle. I will kill to change it if I have to.

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  • The most important issue to consider is the context into which the child is born and raised…ok? So what? We should relocate to more favorable contexts ( according to who, I don’t know) or what’s the recommendation?

  • I love small children from the core of my heart. We are joyful when we look at them smiling, playing and learning. It is our first and foremost duty to develop and train them very spontaneously and holistically. They’re as delicate as the buds and flowers. Parents ignoring their children can not be pardoned. Tom very seriously deals with the child development.