INFANCY AND EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT
Infancy and Early Childhood Development
Before a child is born, development begins. When a child has a positive early childhood
environment, he or she will have a normal mental and physical growth. Many areas of growth
and development occur throughout infancy and early childhood (Wood, 2012). Psychosocial,
cognitive, emotional, physical, and linguistic are types of development that occur during early
childhood Cognitive development is part of learning and brain development. Psychosocial
and emotional development is part of one’s growth and emotions. Physical development
encompasses bodily growth and motor skills (Wood, 2012). Linguistics is part . . .
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