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Eplain why materials form amorphous rather than crystalline solids.

Describe the properties of glass

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Dementia’s Effect on Cognitive Development1

Dementia’sEffect on Cognitive Development
Madison Fuller
North Florida Community College

Dementia’s Effect on Cognitive Development2
Abstract
In recent years’research, has shown that psychological disordersimpact cognitive
development. Dementia has various forms of cognitive impairment whichare a dopamine
deficiency (Parkinson’s disease), and a neurodegenerative disease (Alzheimer’s).Cognitive
development is the growth in intellectual capabilities which in turn influence a person’s
behavior. Data has been gathered on dementia since researches have become aware of its effect
on humans.Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s disease are varying forms of dementia that affect
patients. The effect that dementia has on the parts of the brain that store, encode, and retrieve
memories is shown in photographs taken of a healthy brain and a brain with dementia. Data
collected by researchers theorize that changes in calcium regulation across the neurons is due to
ageing which causes of the varying forms of dementia that plague civilization. The analyzation
of dementia and its effect on cognitive development can advance the understanding of how and
why dementia targets its carriers.

Dementia’s Effect on Cognitive Development3
Dementia’sEffect on Cognitive Development
Cognitive development is the growth in intellectual capabilities which in turn
influencesbehavior. Cognitive development is in all aspects of the lifespan of humanity. Jean
Piaget’s theory on cognitive perspective gives people a better understanding of how the
brainworks which impacts a person’s intelligence and behavior. The four stages of cognitive
development are sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete operational and formal operational
period. Infants learn through their environment by interacting with stimuli through their senses.
The senses being hearing, taste, touch, sound, sight and smell. Jean Piaget theorizedthat infants
learn through their senses to improve upon their awareness of the world. Due to the surrounding
environmental stimuli infants began to babble, telegraphic speech and holo-phrases. Schemes,
assimilation and accommodation benefit the cogn...

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