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    Cultural Influences on Child Development

    This article delves into how a child processes the information around them. There are three main ways being classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and observational learning. They give examples of each and help one to fully get to the bottom...

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    • Dear Lilyana:

      I am surprised by your post“Cultural Influences on Child Development,” because children tend to follow the source that is in front of them and I think that’s important for a child’s learning process. Negotiations between children and others find sources based on blog impact of stimulation from a deal to create an economic system to help recognize themselves. 
      One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “It emphasizes recognizing cultural differences and how it is crucial to child development.” I think this is crazy because many go based on another script. They don’t really stimulate the process of cultural background navigation to the system to stay with the first source. 
      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because it would help me recognize such things from learning. I would like to know what really came to your mind while writing this. Like were you really looking forward to following what children come into?
       
      Diana, 

    • Dear Lilyana:
      I am astounded by your post, “Cultural Influences on Child Development,” because one sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “The article shows how social biases are developed.” I think this is great because a lot of people are raised with their own biases without truly authentically having their standpoint. So with influencers, they may change their viewpoints from what they originally would have thought.

      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because what you have chosen to write about is rather intriguing. Not a lot of people talk about biases and influences on children culturally. But should be brought to light so they may have their views without being influenced by someone or something else.

      Joshua Gonzalez

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    How Men and Children Affect Each Other's Development

    Kyle D Pruett, a Clinical Professor of Child Psychiatry, dives into the differing experiences infants face with infants might explain differences in handling, but close observations document that even men who are very experienced with children handle them differently...

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    Cost of Growing Up in a Dysfunctional Family

    Cost of Growing up in a Dysfunctional Family, dives into the different types of abusive households. It explains what is healthy and what is unhealthy in an easy to follow listed format. It emphasizes the importance of one’s family...

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    How the neighborhood you grow up in affects your future

    This article talked about low income neighborhoods and high income neighborhoods and studies regarding effects in the future. They focus on Pittsburg, with highly segregated neighborhoods by race and class. Although children can be just blocks away, these studies...

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