Influences on a Child’s Development

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Influences on a Child's Development
The way we learn is directly linked to the way we have been brought up according to researchers over the past decade. The way we develop and understanding of concepts and maintain the skills necessary to achieve our goals have all been influenced by the way we grew up. Some of us have difficulty learning and acquiring information, while others have no difficultly at all; in fact, learning seems to come easy. There are environmental influences that affect our learning in the immediacy, but the real truth of our ability to learn is in the way we were raised (Burton and Jarrett, 2000, p. 114-117).
Our family structure, our parents’ habits, the home environment, our relationships with extended family members...
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