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1. Global Effort to Boost Kids' Cognitive Development Urged
June 16, 2016

A new paper published by a team of social scientists and public health specialists concludes that some 200 million children around the world are failing to meet their developmental potential each year.   What’s lacking, say the experts, is social interaction with the children and engagement by their caretakers. The panel, comprising 32 academic experts assembled by the U.S. National Academy of Medicine, provides significant evidence that in the same way that lack of food can harm children, violence, deprivation and neglect are also damaging their brain circuitry. And tha... (read more)

2. The Autism Alert
October 31, 2013

Autism is a developmental disorder which affects a child’s social, cognitive and behavioral abilities. The onset of this disorder is early especially before 3 years of age. Some children may show signs and symptoms in early infancy. Exact cause and cure for this disease is not yet known. Symptoms:- Symptoms of this disorder vary from child to child. Overall, this disorder affects cognitive, social and developmental skills of a child. Loss of social skills: 1.Inability to make poor contact 2.Lack of communication skills 3.Lack of empathy 4.Resisting human contact 5.Appea... (read more)

Author: Jake Williams

3. How does a Perth physio diagnose Developmental Delay?
October 21, 2013

The term given in the title “developmental delay” can be used in order to explain any kind of delay in the growth of speech, motor or cognitive skills. This delay may or may not be a result of a certain condition. For instance, a kid with Down syndrome may have diagnosed with Down syndrome. He may have developmental delay in areas, such as speech, motor and thinking. In the same way, a kid suffering from autism can be diagnosed with developmental delay. This means the kid’s behavior may be taken as autistic; however, the kid can show delay in its developmental skills. All countries give... (read more)

Author: abdul waheed

4. Generate New Ideas Through the About Group Discussion
September 27, 2013

Most research and writing on creativity has focused on individual creativity, the "lone genius," with little recognition of the social and Group Discussion, factors that influence the creative process. Research on creativity has sought to understand the factors responsible for creative people and activities. Personality, developmental experiences, culture, motivation, and cognitive skills are just a few of the factors that appear to underlie creative behavior the review by Mumford and Gusted son does not include a discussion of group processes. Literature searches in the mid revealed few if an... (read more)

Author: kabir khan

5. Perth physio's and Developmental Delay
September 23, 2013

Developmental delay refers to a kind of delay related to speech, motor or cognitive abilities, which may or may not be caused by a certain condition. For example, a kid with Down syndrome may show symptoms at birth or before birth thru parental tests. Read this article to know how Perth physios can treat your kid’s developmental delay problem. How can a Perth physio help? A Perth physio will evaluate your kid. He will talk with you and do tests in order to figure out the kid’s weaknesses and strengths. If your kid is suffering from developmental delay, your Perth physio will ask you... (read more)

Author: abdul waheed

6. Top 4 Potential Causes of Autism Unveiled
August 26, 2013

What is Autism? - Autism Spectrum Disorder commonly called Autism impairs an individual's cognitive power, intellectual faculty, social and interactive spontaneity rendering him/ her inert, vulnerable, eccentric and in special cases violent and uncontrollable. Other neuro-developmental disorders combine with Autism to cover this grand Spectrum Disorder syndrome that affects one 1 in every 110 kids in America. The severity of the disorder ranges from extremely disabling to almost imperceptible. The danger quotient is eventually nearing that of Down's Syndrome and researches show male chil... (read more)

Author: Mark Wayne

7. Importance of Developmental Toys
August 20, 2013

Developmental toys are important because they help to promote children to develop their senses as well as their cognitive and physical and social skills; by using development toys children start to understand that objects have different shapes, colors as well as textures. These toys also help them to start learning the alphabet and numbers. Children are encouraged to have sufficient playtime; research has proven that playtime is important to them. Children play in so many ways and developmental toys provide the best opportunities for children to be engaged playfully while learning new skills. ... (read more)

Author: B. Hill

8. Hearing Test for Your Child
July 08, 2013

Children are routinely given developmental evaluations in elementary school to assess their growth including a hearing test, a vision screening, and other cognitive exams. If any red flags occur during these screenings, parents are notified. Parents are alerted so that they can take their child to a doctor or specialist for further tests. If your child's evaluations showed that he or she had a loss in one or both ears, you should take some steps to seek resolution. Step One Make an appointment with your primary care physician for a physical exam. Depending on what is discovered, a sp... (read more)

Author: Anna Woodward

9. Occupational Therapy to Improve Improper Pencil Grip in Children
June 24, 2013

There are a number of developmental, cognitive and intellectual aberrations that may present with difficulties in learning capabilities and school performance. Healthcare providers suggest early identification and appropriate management or training can lead to absolutely normal or near normal development in children that does not interfere with personal, social and occupational aspects of life in adulthood. Improper pencil grip is the leading cause of poor handwriting as a result of impaired motor skills. It has been observed that development of pencil grip and good hand-writing is an aut... (read more)

Author: Ron Ayalon

10. The Soul is Free of the Imperfections of the Body
March 02, 2013

There is a famous saying that sums up what I am about to discuss. We have all heard the phrase “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” This statement is useful for spiritual purposes. Humans make snap judgments of people and situations based on their appearance. These are just surface assessments. They do not represent the total person. What we see about a person through our narrow lens is just the tip of the iceberg. There is much below the surface that we cannot see. It’s difficult for the outsider to see the inner beauty of a person. Our superficial judgments are a hindrance to our spir... (read more)

Author: David Love

11. Emotional Traits of Autism
January 10, 2013

Autism is a developmental disorder involving social, cognitive and emotional deficits in the brain. It can range in severity from mild to debilitating and includes a spectrum of related disorders like ADHD and Asperger's syndrome. Autistic people have difficulty processing emotion and may therefore display abnormal emotional reactions to various stimuli. Individuals with autism spectrum illnesses are more possible to undergo from specific and social fears than their neurotypical friends. According to ECCE, autistic kids are more likely to have medicinal and situation-based fears than othe... (read more)

Author: lizzie milan

12. Comments of Stem Cell Therapy for Autism
December 26, 2012

Autism affects information processing in the brain by altering how nerve cells and their synapses connect and organize; how this occurs is not well understood. It is one of three recognized disorders in the autism spectrum, the other two being Asperger syndrome which lacks delays in cognitive development and language and Pervasive Developmental Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified. Autism is a spectrum of disorders characterized by marked abnormalities in communication and social interactions. Stem cells are nothing more than a type of cell that can differentiate a different type of cell - s... (read more)

Author: Prashant Tyagi

13. Iron Supplements Reduce Cognitive and Behavioral Problems in Small Babies
December 13, 2012

Underweight babies born deficient in iron are at risk of developing cognitive and behavioral problems, according to experts.   Now, researchers have discovered that supplementing those babies' diets with iron prevents developmental problems in more than one-third of the children. Magnus Domellof, head of pediatrics at Umea University in Sweden, says low birth-weight babies, weighing from 2,000 to 2,500 grams, look normal, but about 30 percent are iron-deficient at six months, and 10 percent develop a condition called iron-deficient anemia. As these children get older, Do... (read more)

14. Mental retardation and intellectual development in children
June 25, 2012

Some people believe that mental retardation is diagnosed only on the basis of low IQ because diagnosis is poorly understood. There is the idea that these people cannot learn or to care for themselves. To be diagnosed with mental retardation, the child must have both significantly low IQ, and problems functioning in daily life. Mental retardation is a phrase used to describe children and people who develop intellectual or cognitive slower than their peers. This is a limitation of mental functions leading to limited intellectual development. The term is often considered offensive, so today ... (read more)

Author: Stefania Constantin

15. Enhance Your Cognitive Skills with Child Development
June 12, 2012

Understanding the significance of the intellectual development of your children can help you immensely in providing the best care for tour child. It has become important as many children in the world have been affected by varying degrees of developmental disorders and go through life problems without knowing about them. Studies have revealed that by learning the cognitive abilities, a child can grow immensely. Cognitive development in children happens when they start thinking, learning, remembering, recalling and start making decisions. This development starts from childhood till adulthood. ... (read more)

Author: Naveen Jain

16. Honoring Kids' Ways of Knowing
April 30, 2012

The Child's Ways of Knowing According to Teacher training and other developmental theorists, learning early in life is reliant on concrete perceptual information. For the young kid, learning is experienced as sensory absorption or sensorimotor stimulation. During the early stages of cognitive development, awareness conducts thought. This is in divergence to the adult's ways of knowing and experiencing the world, where perception follows thought. Shifting from the kid's to the adult's way of knowing the world engross a deflection from sensory absorption to cognitive reasoning. According to ear... (read more)

Author: lizzie milan

17. What are Your Future Career Perspectives with an Online Degree in Psychology?
April 18, 2012

The possibilities of career growth in the field of psychology keep increasing rapidly in order to meet the demands of today’s living environment that tends to be very stressful. Such fields of psychology as the organizational psychology, the forensic psychology and the sports psychology can open the greater perspectives in front of you and your future. If you are willing to begin a career as a professional psychologist that relates to such issues as cognitive, emotional and developmental potential and pathologies of the human experience, then receiving a bachelor or graduate degree in psycholo... (read more)

Author: Bimol Bee

18. Drug Rehab Psychologist - Roles and Job Prospects
March 20, 2012

Drug Rehabilitation Psychologists evaluate and assist people struggling with drug or alcohol abuse to come out of their cocoon and live a normal life. Rehabilitation Psychologists help people to cope with conditions such as, emotional problems, chronic health problems, cognitive issues, developmental disabilities and psychosocial problems irrespective of whether they develop such conditions or are born with any disability. Rehabilitation Psychology is the study of entire biological, social, psychological, environmental and political factors affecting a person directly or indirectly . A rehab... (read more)

Author: Alaya Lewis

19. Factors Upsetting Socialization of Kids
March 02, 2012

Social-Emotional Development Specific tasks related to social development happen to take place in early childhood care , just like developmental tasks occur in cognitive growth. The term social refers to a relationship or communication between two or more people, who by meaning respond to each other and power each other’s behavior. Socialization is a significant process in child growth. Stated simply, it is the course whereby individuals, particularly kids, become working members of a particular group and take on the values, behaviors, and beliefs of the group’s other members. Even though the... (read more)

Author: John Cruser

20. Schools of Thought in Psychology At A Glance!
February 21, 2012

Schools of Psychology Structuralism Functionalism Psychoanalysis Behaviorism Humanism Gestalt Environmental psychology Evolutionary psychology Existentialism Cognitivism Biological psychology Discursive psychology Critical psychology Descriptive psychology Developmental psychology Transpersonal psychology 5 Major Schools of Psychology Psychodynamics Behaviorism Humanism Cognitive Neuroscience Early Schools Structuralism Functionalism Psychody... (read more)

Author: write writing

21. Obtaining a Psychology Bachelors Degree
February 18, 2012

Pursuing a bachelor's degree in psychology can result in a deep acquaintance with psychology as a sphere of knowledge. It should be marked that a great number of psychology degree programs give versatile education to their students what makes them ready for diverse occupations connected with psychology as well as not. Some of the leaners receive a bachelor's degree keeping in mind proceeding to work. Degree Courses in Psychology In general degree programs's courses in psychology are presented in a number of psychology disciplines. To the extra disciplines beside coursewwork develop... (read more)

Author: Bimol Bee

22. Cognitive Development and the Piano
February 09, 2012

There is a lot of research that claims to prove that learning an instrument, the piano in particular can be beneficial in the cognitive development of children. Research has shown that those who play an instrument markedly differ in their developmental of specific cognitive abilities when compared to those who do not play an instrument. The areas that the differences are apparent were for one, spatial abilities which concerns how one mentally pictures and makes sense of the world around them. There are different areas of spatial ability which ranges from tracking objects in an open space to... (read more)

Author: Calum Macleod

23. What You Need To Know Regarding Developmental Disabilities and the way to Cope
December 20, 2011

Developmental disabilities refer to lifelong impairments that are either cognitive (mental) or physical in nature. These disabilities commonly manifest before the age of eighteen and are totally different from developmental delays. The initial step to coping with the issue is by learning all about it. What are the different causes? Developmental disabilities are caused by a number of factors. One of the more common reasons is incredibly premature birth. This deprives a child of the chance to grow inside the mother's womb. As you may have already figured, time spent inside the womb i... (read more)

Author: Mary Jones Lane

24. What You Ought To Know About Developmental Disabilities and the way to Cope
December 20, 2011

Developmental disabilities refer to lifelong impairments which are both cognitive (mental) or physical in nature. These disabilities commonly manifest before the age of eighteen and are distinctive from developmental delays. The first step to dealing with the issue is by learning all about it. What are the various causes? Developmental disabilities develop from many different factors. One of the most common reasons is very premature birth. This deprives a child of the chance to grow in the mother's womb. As you may have figured, time spent in the womb is essential for an infant to f... (read more)

Author: Mary Jones Lane

25. The basic information about alphabet Wooden Blocks
December 19, 2011

Alphabet Wooden Blocks encourage creativity whereas learning. Youngsters are taught the way to build structures through stacking the cubes on high of another. In wiggling with your new Wooden Blocks they're going to begin to acknowledge the letters of the alphabet. Trendy styles of alphabet cubes even have numbers and photos to widen their learning. ABC Wooden Blocks supply a lot of opportunities for youngsters particularly throughout their developmental stage. It helps improve their physical and social skills. It conjointly promotes their motor, artistic and cognitive potentials. The kid lea... (read more)

Author: lily han

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