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How Does Human Growth And Development Affect Communication?

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Consepton, Pregnancy, birth, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, old age 7 death I would explain them in detail but it might bet a bit M15+ rated!! Hope I can help!!
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Identify The Stages Of Human Growth And Development In Relation To Communication Skills And Abilities. Do You Know?
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Communication is affected by life of individual - human - his growth and development and experience in his life / lets say you meet someone who spent most of his life in schools - his communication will be rich on expression , his body language will be more effective as this individual is sure in himself and educated.

And lets say you meet someone who had it hard left school being 13 pregnant no parents no money. You can expect someone who will be less confident whose body language may be uncertain , scared because she might have being abused , neglected as child etc.

You will be still able to communicate but you will be aware of differences , there will be evidence of withdrawal, uncertainty, worry. This person might be close and more difficult to communicate with.
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If you have studied psychology then you are familiar with the stages or human growth and development. The basics ones are : Infancy, toddler, older child, adolescence, young adult, adult, middle age, older adult, senior. There are also landmark stages within these stages; infants have landmark stages in their development where they are aware of certain things at certain months of development, i.e. At what month does an infant begin to coo (make baby talking noises). I believe your question is asking you to go through the stages of development from a communication point of view starting with infancy. I would also include levels of communication (at what age do they use one word communications like "up, mine, please, ect" and at what ages does sentence structure change - simple sentences, more complex sentences) as well as levels of ability to communicate ( able to express full thought, able to express emotion of feelings correctly/appropriately - for example instead of shouting "no" as small children do when they are upset instead be able to say why they don't want something or why they are upset.

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