How Nature and Nurture Affects the Pies in Adolescence and Adulthood

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D1) Evaluate how nature and nurture may affect the physical, intellectual, emotional and social development at infancy and adolescence. Introduction
To achieve D1 I am going to evaluate how nature and nurture can affect the PIES development at infancy and adolescence. Firstly nature (when inheritance of genes and characteristics are involved) and nurture (when environmental influences and how people are brought up) can both affect a person’s development. In this evaluation I am going to evaluate how the nature affects the PIES at infancy and what theories are behind them. Secondly how the nurture can affect the PIES in infancy. Then I will go on to evaluate how the nature can affect the PIES in adolescence and then how the nurture
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When a child is born they are already born with certain capabilities of being able to learn. An infant has many different milestones for their intellectual development which they learn as they develop. The only reason why they wouldn’t develop, or are slower at developing could be because of concentration, they may have certain conditions such as dyslexia or more.
At the beginning of infancy, so when the child is still a baby. When the mother or father makes noises or talks to them, the baby will respond in some kind of way whether it’s making noise, or sometimes even saying simple words like ‘yeah’. They begin to understand certain meaningful words such as yes, no and bye. As the infant grows older they start to understand certain meaningful phrases rather than just words. This is when they are being told to do something. The intellectual development usually depends on how the child has learnt and the environment they have been around rather than being born with it.,d.d2k Some

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