Motor development, according to the dynamic systems theory, is when an infant assembles skills for perceiving and acting which means a baby must perceive something in their environment that motivates them to act. When I was seven months I began to roll on the floor in order to get an object I wanted or just to get around to somewhere I wanted to go. Since there was somewhere I wanted to be or something I wanted it motivated me to begin rolling around in order to achieve those goals. For the gross motor development milestones, there are specific ranges at which an infant is supposed to accomplish tasks such as lifting their head, rolling over, sitting without support, pulling self up to stand, standing alone easily, and walking alone easily. The ages at which I performed these milestones coincide with the age ranges the book provides for example, when I was two months I could hold my head and chest up using my forearms falling into the texts age ranges of two to four months in and by six months I was sittin...
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Moving on to attachment, a close emotional bond between two people, each individual infant has a different attachment to their caregiver. In the text there are four different types of attachment. As a baby I would of fell under the securely attached babies. This meant that I used my caregiver as a secure base to enable me to explore my environment. While the caregiver was present I would explore the environment. If the caregiver left I would mildly protest, and still show positive emotions when they returned. Studies have shown that unhealthy attachments can lead to problems with psychological development later in life, so it is important for a child to form healthy bonds with their caregivers. After reviewing these topics and relating them to myself I 've learned that I had a healthy infancy and developed at a proper pace in regards to the topics covered.
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