Psychology of learning

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Cognitive development

– academic setting, family environment, parent or caregiver involvement, access to early education opportunities, teacher support, personal motivation, gender and cultural or ethnic context

Emotional development
individual temperament, parent and family relationships, support network, life experiences and transitions media exposure and influence and a tendency toward risk-taking or delinquent behaviours

Social development
– peer influence, popularity, community and societal context

3.4.1 Developmental Characteristics of Infancy (Birth to 2

Physical Development
The development of control and mastery over one's own body in both gross and fine motor skills is the infant's primary physical task, culminating toward the end of the first year in walking. The infant perfects the gross and fine motor skills that emerged during the first year by developing balance, coordination, stability, and an improved ability to manipulate objects.

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