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Numerous contexts interweave to support children’s emotional and behavioural development.
Families are biologically and culturally evolved to promote children’s development.
What involves numerous skills and capacities, varying with the age of the child, with culture, and with social context?
How many are the general styles of parenting?
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From infancy to adolescence, relationships between siblings are powerful.
Research in the ________ focused chiefly on birth order, gender and age gap as sources of individual differences.
For teenage children the evidence on the importance of age gap and gender for sibling relations is inconsistent; in middle childhood gender differences become more apparent, with boys reporting less warmth and intimacy with their siblings.
Positive relationships with parents are linked to friendly, caring relationships between siblings, while negative relationships between parents and children are associated with sibling hostility.
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Children who have relationships with their parents are reported to have positive relations with their siblings.
Siblings can also be sources of support for children growing up in homes with marital conflict, and longitudinal research shows that children have fewer adjustment problems following negative life events if they have a good warm relationship with a sibling.
A striking feature of sibling relationships is their?
When young they spend more time interacting with their siblings than with their parents or friends, and from very early in childhood know how to upset, tease and irritate their siblings as well as how to comfort and amuse each other.
What is linked to the growth of social understanding? (5points)
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With increasing contact between cultural and ethnic groups the concepts of childhood and the child itself have become sites for what?
Infant neurobehaviour and its development include behaviours generated by neurophysiological and psychological processes, which mediate infants’ own internal processes and engagement with the world.
The newborn’s brain and physiology produce how many domains of complex neurobehaviour?
Affective social processes – communicative emotional displays, smiling a type of what?
The Human Genome Project was completed in?
Humans have around how many protein-coding genes?
The information content of human DNA is built from long chains of?
Nucleotides are read in triplets by the cell’s genetic machinery, by convention from?
Clinical evaluation of children with behavioural concerns requires considering their physical, emotional, behavioural and social development, alongside relevant environmental influences.
Child development is a dynamic process shaped by a complex interplay between genetic, biological and environmental factors that operate from the time of conception through to the child’s birth and subsequent development.
While there is enormous variation in both the pattern and rate of normal development, the sequences of development are similar in most?