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...r. The reason is that the both theory’s can happen without interfering with each other, for example when a child is old enough to walk there are steps the baby has went through to get to this point, that is a clear example of a baby getting old enough in this or her cognitive development to understand the process of walking. When the baby goes through this process he or she is also observing the way the people are around are moving and stepping, this is where the observational piece comes into play. The author believes that all human development theories are intertwined with each other. There is no one way child development can be explained every human is unique in their development, while they may hit major points in their development around the same age or time each child the author believes has individual traits that make each child’s human development different.
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