Child’s Brain Development

This type of paper focuses on persuading rather than informing your reader.

You will present one side of an issue or controversy or to form an opinion and support it using critical thinking and reliable source / evidence.


I have picked the topic. I will provide you the prompt shortly.

Below is my topic and the short paragraph to guide you about my topic.

I started watching videos on YouTube. I got to know Dr. Edward Tronick director of child development at Harvard University. I like his powerful experiment “Still Face Experiment” so much. The “Still Face Experiment” demonstrates how vulnerable children are to the emotional or non-emotional reactions of the people they are close to. Finally, I have decided to write an essay with the below title
Parents (also caregivers) should be always perfectly attuned and instantly responsive to a child.
I want to mention in my essay how deprivation of emotional nurture reduces white matter in
brain areas affecting cognition, emotion, attention, and executive function.

Attached is the prompt that you need to follow. It gives you information about how to write this paper, including examples, paragraphs contents.

I want an essay with not too many advanced words. Please keep it simple.what matters most is how well the prompt has been followed .

Requirements: 3 pages

Answer preview

Emotional nurture and responsive care in children contribute to healthy brain development. The exposure and experiences of the child determine their social behavior as they grow up; therefore, encouraging positive experiences is paramount in shaping the child to be attentive, sociable, and emotionally stable. Emotional nurture directly impacts brain development through the cognitive processes that a child is exposed to. For instance, how a child is correct after doing something will determine their perception of the wrong done. Luby et al. (2019) explain that parents and caregivers should ask themselves whether their interactions and response care to children enhance learning or instill fear and withdrawal in children.

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Child’s Brain Development