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The early childhood experience in psychology development

Kim Man, M. M. (2013) The early childhood experience in psychology development. International Journal of Management and Innovation, 5 (2). pp. 89-98. ISSN 2070-8521

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This paper presents an overview of the early childhood experience in influencing child psychology. Previous studies indicate the paternal involvement, early-aged education, nursery environment, early experiences and other factors influence the psychological development in children. This paper discusses the importance of paternal role and comforting environment in child psychology development and presents recommendations on how one can nurture the behavior and personality of a child. With the studies of the psychoanalytic theory, this paper aims to explore the contemporary development psychology and to deepen the understanding of the conducive child nurturing environment. By the time it is concluded that children with unpleasant childhood tend to have discipline problem compared to children who experienced happy and caring in their childhood

Item Type:Article
Divisions:University of Reading Malaysia
ID Code:83036
Publisher:Business Essay Consultancy Centre

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