Watching television can act as a natural painkiller for children.
On average, a 4-year-old child asks 437 questions a day.
Children under the age of six are at the greatest risk for crushing or burning injuries of the hand.
Having siblings is proven to help socialization with peers.
Negative reinforcement works better than punishment as a disciplinary measure.
Studies have shown that eating food without preservatives can improve I.Q by up to 14%.
60% of all the energy a baby expends is concentrated in the brain.
The birth-to-three period is the fastest rate of brain development across the entire human life span.
Babies whose parents frequently talk to them know 300 more words by age 2 than babies whose parents rarely speak to them.
Social interaction enhances the speed and accuracy of learning at all ages.
ALL caregivers who are a part of a child's life impact his/her brain development.
A strong parent-child bond in early childhood prepares children to better handle stress throughout life.
Babies learn what is important to pay attention to by following the eye gaze of adults.
Humans are born with the ability to learn any language.
Learning more than one language improves cognitive development.
Children do not need special toys or videos to stimulate their brain development.
Babies use the facial expressions of adults to decide how they feel.
Holding and stroking an infant stimulates the brain to release important hormones that allow him to grow.
If babies' bodies grew at the same rapid pace as their brains, they would weigh 170 pounds by one month of age.
Reading aloud to children helps stimulate brain development, yet only 20% of infants and toddlers are routinely read to by their parents.
By the time they are 3, children's brains have formed 1000 trillion connections between neurons.
"Floor time" with a child including talking, singing, reading, playing, and exploring objects and physical space are the best ways to stimulate brain development.
Psychologist had laid down various theories, however we find Raymond B. Cattell's '16 personality traits concept' apt for our assessments.
These 16 personality traits are discussed here in detail and is used as a vital component in our reports.
Every personality trait or behavior factor is different and closely related to each other. Each one of has all 16 traits but with different permutation and combinations, and the variation of these factors decide our behaviour. These 16 traits can be observed in toddlers and onwards.
For infants we find a different set of personality traits more relevant. These are Activity, Adaptability, Initial Reaction, Intensity, Regularity Sensitivity. Read more about personality traits
Common behavior problems are found in all children like tantrums, laziness, shyness, attention seeking, craving for fast food, restlessness, mood swings, avoiding studies, aggression etc. These behavior problems usually disappears with age with little persuasion and guidance by parents or teachers. In-fact without these common sweet problems a child is incomplete.
Children are naughty, defiant and impulsive at some point of time, which is perfectly normal. Few children are on extreme side and are way out of their respective age for these common behavior issues.
We do not offer any online or offline help for clinical cases, however it is a good idea to have our personality assessment session to clear our suspicion if any. I am sure with this personality assessment session your anxiety will come to rest. Read more about behavior problems
Some people are born to rule, few to serve, few to enjoy and few souls remains unsatisfied, depending upon their personality. Every individual has its own personality, and nothing can be done about it.
A person is born with a set of attitudes and traits essential to survive and thrive. Some of these traits are inherited from parents through genes and rest are developed by observations with time.
Role of personality I have personally studied personality of successful people around me and famous personalties from history. The difference between them and common man is their personality constituent. Successful people are low on apprehension, high on social boldness, very open to change and high on liveliness.
A little bit about Tillu Lab
Tillu Lab is a platform having experts from different domains of personality development working in close sync to make life more of fun and less on worries. We are in the business of education, personal and perfosnal development.We are 35 member strong team, and poising ahead.