posted by scooby on .
o Explain the stages of social and moral development children experience from early childhood through adolescence
this is what i have so far can you tell me if i am on right track or and suggestioons. thank you
An infant starts to begin to bond with their primary caregivers shortly after birth. The child may respond by crying at unfamiliar adults or a feeling of nervousness. By the time the infant is from 1 to 4 months they will begin to smile at the faces they are familiar with. The infant will react differently to the extent to which the different sounds in the adults voices. The infant will smile when the voice sounds agreeable and the infant will frown when the voice is angry or too loud. The infant will begin to enjoy be talked, and sung to. They infant may cry when you stop talking, or singing to them.
Yes, you're definitely on the right track.
I helped a friend bring her adopted son back from Vietnam when he was 6 months old. We asked the orphanage caretakers what kind of personality he had. They replied that he cried when he wasn't held. I also found that after we left Vietnam, I had a very positive reaction to Asian voices, even when they were speaking English. This further substantiates your account of infants reacting to different sounds in adults' voices.