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Explain each of the major post-natal brain developments of myelination, transient exuberance and selective pruning. Give several milestones in the development of specific gross and fine motor skills. How do these relate to brain developments?
-Myelination: most increased brain weight occurs because of myelination. Myelin is a white fatty coating on the axons that speeds signals between neurons. The effects of myelination are especially apparent in early childhood because the areas of the brain that show the greatest early myelination are the motor and sensory areas. Everything is done more slowly by 6 year olds than by 16 year olds because the younger children’s brains have less myelination, which slows information processing. -Transient exuberance: an estimated fivefold increase in dendrites in the cortex occurs in the 24 months after birth with about 100 trillion synapses being present at age 2. This early dendrite growth is called transient exuberance: exuberant because it is so rapid and transient because some of it is temporary. -Selective pruning: when unused connections atrophy and die, just as a gardener might prune a rose bush by cutting away parts to enable more, or more beautiful, roses to bloom. -Gross motor skills: are physical abilities involving large body movements, such as walking and jumping. milestones: 5 months they can use their arms and legs to belly crawl, crawling by 8 months -Fine motor skills: physical abilities involving small body movements, especially of the hands and fingers, such as drawing and picking up a coin. grasp reflex. milestones: rotate objects at 2 months, 4 months is when they start to grab, but timing is kind of off, palmer grasp around 5 months and pincer grasp at 12 months. How do these relate to brain developments? Sensory and motor cortex develops the most.
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