I’ll write a two piece article on conduct disorder and antisocial behavior in children here at HTCC. This should give you a great insight about how to understand the problem and the better way to deal with it. This first part presents the problem and teaches you how to detect that in your child. So let’s get to it, I hope you enjoy!
Certain behaviors such as lying and skipping class, can be observed in the course of normal development of children and adolescents. To differentiate normality and psychopathology, it is important to verify that these antisocial behavior in children occur sporadically and in isolation or are syndromes representing a deviation from the standard behavior expected for people their age and sex in a given culture.
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It’s called social development what is observed in the behavior of some people, so act with respect to a given situation or person, and with special care when it comes to social development of children. Here we noted the child’s social development since our proposal is to clarify and perhaps aid in the understanding of some factors that influence decision making.
The stages of social development of children
The social development of a child is fully grounded in the physical, psychological and particularly the cognitive aspects. When these aspects are in harmony and are respected, the child’s social development occurs in a linear manner and without major problems, so it is worth remembering that medicine is in charge of physical care, psychology and pedagogy of emotional learning. All this is important before because the big challenge is to develop a child’s social aspect, and those linked to each other. Each phase of life is characterized by factors that influence child development so that the child feels it is part of the process of social interaction. The stages of social development are:
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