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Furthermore, these regulatory processes are affected by multiple factors from health status to toxic exposures, not the least of which is culture. We see these regulatory processes sculpted by culture, in addition to biological and physiological processes. This broader perspective implies that neurobehaviour affects and is shaped by regulatory processes including the psychosocial and biological contexts that make up human experience. INFANT NEUROBEHAVIOURAL CAPACITIES In the past, newborns were seen as reﬂexive.
Questioning parents or caregivers about broad areas of function elicits concerns and guides Child Psychology and Psychiatry: Frameworks for practice, Second Edition. Edited by David Skuse, Helen Bruce, Linda Dowdney and David Mrazek. 2011 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2011 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 32 General patterns of development clinicians on where to focus a more detailed history-taking and examination. The pervasiveness of concerns about the child can be conﬁrmed from information obtained from others such as teachers or health-care staff.
Children’s achievements here represent the precursor to later non-verbal problem-solving abilities, correlate well with overall intellectual ability and may provide early markers for learning, psychological and psychiatric disorders. 3. 4 presents this developmental sequence, which reﬂects a growing understanding of the nature and visuospatial relatedness of objects, combined with a reﬁned grasp and release ability. 5). 6. These are evidence that children move through various stages – from simply making marks on paper to the ability to copy a diamond shape by the age of 66–72 months.