Physical = A human begins with conception. A fertile woman usually produces one egg each month, roughly two weeks after the last menstrual period. The egg cell travels from the ovary, along the fallopian tube towards the uterus. If sexual intercourse takes place while the eggs are in the fallopian tube, there is a possibility of conception. Millions of sperm are ejaculated by a man during orgasm. Just one sperm may fertilise the egg. Fertilisation means that the genetic material in the sperm joins with the genetic material in the egg to start a new life. Only about half of all fertilised eggs develop to become babies. Many eggs are lost without a woman knowing that fertilisation ...view middle of the document...
Additionally, they can’t remember anything which leads them not to think about the world until they reach 18 months.
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Physical = most healthy new born babies double their birth weight by 4 months and triple it by their first birthday. They also develop eyesight, hearing and communication skills will develop over his first years of life. Their sight improves to near adult levels by the age of eight months. They will also develop various temporary and primitive reflexes. For example: when you place a finger in the palm of the baby’s hand, they will grasp your finger tightly. This reflex is called the grasp reflex,
Intellectual = during this stage Piaget believe that children could not think in a logical way, but can convey words to communicate buy do not understand the logical implications involved in speech.
Emotional = infants who are securely attached will grow up with the emotional resources needed to cope with uncertainty in life. Infants who are insecurely attached may have a reduced ability to cope with stress and major life events.
Social = infancy have a tendency to interact with their parents. By 2 months they may start to smile, at 3 months they will respond when adult...