The Relationship Between Parent And Child Development

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Recognizing and understanding the development of a child and how the relationship between, the parent and child change over course of a life span. First and for most development is defined as systematic changes and continuities in the individual that occur between conception and death, human development fall into three broad domains. Physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development (Sigelman & Elizabeth A. Rider, 2015, p. 4). The study of life-span development are describing, predicting, explaining and optimizing development (Baltes, Reese, & Lipsitt, 1980).The description goals of development characterizes the functions of humans from age to age. In development, no two people are the same. The predict development show that individual are …show more content…
There are certain risk factors that are unique to parent-child relationships. The relationship processes involved may depend on where the risk resides … in the child (behavior problems), the parent (e.g. psychopathology), or the family context (e.g. economic hardship, minority status). Child developmental delay, child diagnosis of ADHD/ODD, and low family income are associated with lower positive parenting scores, a measure of a “resilient parent (Farber, 2016). I never offered options, at the same time I did teach them independency. Being a single mom, I did not know no other way but to be strict and restrict them from society. I can remember not letting them just be children, they was not allowed to go outside to play with other kids. I sheltered them from others because I did not want other kid’s bad habits to rub off on them. I still maintain a good relationship with my children for the most part, but from lack of knowledge and not growing up with my mother, I think that my parenting skills was off. As my boys got older I felt that was at the age to where they did not want to listen to me anymore, I sent them to live with their …show more content…
Jean Piaget, Erik Erickson, Sigmund Freud, Albert Bandura, and B. F. Skinner whom are all theorist that identify Physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development. Human development is a lifelong process where Physical changes is the process, cognitive abilities advance and decline in response to the brain’s growth from childhood until reaching reduced function in the years of aging. Psychosocial development is also go hand to hand with physical growth, as our body and brain change, together with our environment, shape our identity and our relationships with other people that is outlined for every parent to know how to be a good parent to maintain a good relationship with your children(Barbour,

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