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matrix of the life span

Matrix of the Life Span

Infant

One month to one year , relates mostly with mother , cortical gray matter decreases , cries for everything and experience the world through movement and sense

Sleeps most of the time , shows preference for novel stimulus , cannot recognize object permanence , cortical white matter increases and is egocentric

Toddler

One to four years , becomes self reliant , confident , cortical gray matter decreases , acquire motor skills

Can walk , tends to become independent , cortical white matter increases can get food for self , cannot use logical thinking

Preschool

age

Three to six years , relates with others , cortical gray matter decreases self expression and cannot conserve logical thinking

Become active , broadens social horizon , takes decision , cortical white matter increases and magical thinking predominates

Middle childhood

Four to eight years , relates with peers , cortical gray matter decreases forms personal opinion and can think logically

Acquire skills , can receive feedback from outsiders ,cortical white matter increases , develops a sense of competence and intelligence is demonstrated

Adolescence

Thirteen to nineteen years , attracted to the opposite sex develops cortical gray matter decreases , formation of personal social identity and abstract thinking

Active , cortical white matter increases has a sense of self and can think logically in the mind

Early adulthood

Twenty to thirty nine years ,forms intimate relationship brain increases in size , develops a sense of identity

Peak of physical health , can depend on others , develops sociopolitical views

Late adulthood

Sixty plus , socially more accepting brain gradually degenerates , full of wisdom , and feels a sense of accomplishment or failure

Begins to grow weak

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Jay N . Giedd1 , Jonathan Blumenthal (1999 ) Brain development during childhood and adolescence : a longitudinal MRI study . Nature Neuroscience 2 , 861 - 863 (1999

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