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Dr. Eileen Difrancesco
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Social Development (Overview)

Social development is the part of a person's development that includes learning to smile, wave bye-bye, play with toys, interact with others, get dressed, use names for people, play games, etc


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How does growing up in poverty affect someone's social development?

How does growing up in poverty affect someone's social development?

Resources: On a most basic level, the less resources are for people, the more competition there is, the more hostility and agression there is, and the less hope there often is as well. These phenomena can profoundly effect development, and quite negatively. ...Read more

Dr. Eileen Difrancesco
56 doctors shared insights

Social Development (Overview)

Social development is the part of a person's development that includes learning to smile, wave bye-bye, play with toys, interact with others, get dressed, use names for people, play games, etc


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Does anyone here know what testing for a social development disorder is like?

Concern for Autism?: Are you seeing delays in the development of many basic skills, most notably the ability to socialize with others, to communicate, and to use imagination? Many are confused in their thinking and have problems understanding the world around them. Behavioral assessments/guidelines & questionnaires are used to identify. Other tests may be used to determine whether a physical problem is the cause. ...Read more

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What are the different changes in social development that an adolescent undergo?

What are the different changes in social development that an adolescent undergo?

Many: The adolescent brain has not fully developed. Anyone raising teenagers who are convinced that their parents are the worst and craziest people on earth, only to learn differently when they reach their 20's (or sometimes never?), can tell you there is hope. They learn that the world does not revolve entirely around them, that there are things they can still learn, and that others are important. ...Read more

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Why does my son mock me? I had to fight to get where I am. I made it easy for him. Now he says I am emotionally immature and have little social development.

Why does my son mock me? I had to fight to get where I am. I made it easy for him. Now he says I am emotionally immature and have little social development.

Communication: You don't say how old your son is or whether you are a single parent. It is possible that the two of you have reached a stage in your interactions where whatever is said irritates the other. Some form of counselling might be beneficial to help to reestablish a meaningful conversation between you. ...Read more

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How does gaming affect a teens social development?

How does gaming affect a teens social development?

Badly: There is more than enough evidence that gaming, especially violent games, desensitizes people to emotions. It messes with your neurotransmitters, makes you irritable, harder to get along with, and promotes isolation. People, no just teens, need social interaction..Need to be with people, talking, learning how to resolve conflict, developing relationship skills. Media time= 2 hours a day. ...Read more

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How do sex and alcohol affect a teen's social development?

How do sex and alcohol affect a teen's social development?

Adversely: Alcohol blunts reflexes and judgement. You can make poor decisions, get into situations and relationships that can be harmful . Sex with multiple partners increases risk of contracting sexually transited diseases. Drinking and partying a lot also does not promote meaningful communication with others...Ie jut talking with others builds friendships..These behaviors can also ruin your reputation ...Read more

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What determines emotional and social development in children?

Child and family: The easy answer is genetics, biology (eg, prematurity, illness) and environment (family and community).Parenting that uses consistent, well-defined rules, rewards and consequences appropropriate for the child's age supports emotional well-being. Parental involvement with interactive play, language, listening, reading and adult-supervised peer interaction supports social development, as well. ...Read more

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Do you have any suggestions for my anxiety and personal/social development?

Do you have any suggestions for my anxiety and personal/social development?

4 Knowledge/Skills..: Psychotherapy that goes beyond the line "tell me how you feel about that." first, u really do need someone w/training & expertise in treatment of anxiety problems/disorders. It's vital 2understand what anxiety is, how it ticks & what specific things can help if anxiety starts interfering with ur ability 2function & w/ur ability 2form/keep relationships. Great source info: http://www.Anxietybc.Org. ...Read more

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