Early childhood development
The brain is basically built from the bottom up. First the bait brain builds basic circuits that are responsible for basic skills and then more complex circuits are built on top of those basic circuits as we develop more complex skills biologically. The brain is prepared to be shaped by experience. It’s expected and the experiences that a young child has to literally influence the formation of that circuitry. It’s built into our biology. The interaction between genetics and experience that shapes brian architecture is embedded in the reciprocal relationship of the relationships that children have with the adults in their lives and I think I’ve really in what we refer to as the servant return nature of children’s literation with their own adults development and the impact of experience and development is not a one way street. It’s a back and forth interaction. The brain is a highly integrated organ which airs multiple sections that specialize in different. Kind of processes so we have parts of the brain that are involved more than cognitive function in other parts that are involved in processing of emotion and parts involved in scene and hearing so if a child is a motion only kind of well. Put together and socially competent that will effect more positive and productive learning and if a child. This preoccupied with fear is fear anxiety or is dealing with considerable stress no matter how intellectually gifted that child might be his or her learning is going to be impaired by that kind of emotional intergerence.