nature nurture

nature nurture

´╗┐Birth and Infancy (0-3)
Physical development
Birth to 3 months- Tulisa would have learnt how to control her muscles and movements. . Motor control develops from the head, moves down through the arms and the trunk and then to the legs and feet. From 3 to 6 months Tulisa would have continued with motor movement and would have kicked her legs when she was lying on her belly or back. Tulisa motor skills would have continued to develop and they can begin to explore the world around her 6 to 12 months Tulisa would have been coming up to her first birthday, at 6 months of age, the Tulisa might have been sitting up without any support. Tulisa would have started to stand up round 7 months with support and by around 8.5 months Tulisa could have started to crawl on their hands and knees. 24 to 36 months Tulisa would have improved her balanced and she would of have a smoother walking pattern. All of the above is due to nature because starting to lift her head up is something that naturally starts to happen building and developing to be able to hold her head herself. Nature is responsible for the growth of a person from the foetus level until development into a normal adult. Nature can only assist in the growth of a foetus into a normal well-developed adult who may have inherited some special talents. Thus it can be concluded that nature uses the genetic coding to help in physical development and does impart some positive or negative traits to an individual. However, it is nurture which can be utilized to improve positive traits and diminish the effect of negative traits in a child. Some inherited characteristics appear in virtually everyone. For instance, almost all children have the capacity to learn to walk, understand language, imitate others, use simple tools, and draw inferences about how other people view the world. Thus all children have a set of universal human genes that, when coupled with a reasonable environment, permit them to develop as reasonably...

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