In some infants, perceptual processing that depends upon innate recognition may be damaged and perceptual attributes that lead to salience may not be perceived..
Social learning, self and others, play and adaptive skills include:1. the child’s social reactions to other persons and to peers throughthe development.
The development of vocalization and speech depends upon an intact motor learning system as well as hearing speech, and evolves rapidly from a limited repertoire.
The ear is fully developed at birth and sound perception is possible in utero. Speech perception and recognition of voices of different speakers are present.
At birth the newborn eyeball is short and the ciliary muscles immature. The focal length for clearest vision is thus near to the baby and helped by high.
Brain damage or dysfunction may affect all areas of function or only specific areas. Diffuse insults may produce specific dysfunction because of the vulnerability.
Depression in mothers in the postnatal period is associated with effects on children’s social–emotional and cognitive development. Parental inconsistency.
Temperament is a major influence on all aspects of adaptive development as well as social–emotional development, both through the effect on the child’s.