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Major paper: This will be an opportunity to apply up-to-date knowledge of neurobiological underpinnings associated with human brain development/change related to a specific environmental factor during a specific life stage or trajectory from the topics below. Search for and critically analyze recent peer-reviewed neuroscientific research on them (the number of sources will vary by topic), and summarize what you have learned about the neurobiological underpinnings of the factor, with implications for social work practice, in no less than 10 and no more than 15 pages (APA style) plus references )
Select one of the following topics (environmental factor is italicized):
1) Neurobiological underpinnings for the effects of prenatal maternal nutrition and breastfeeding on a selected domain of infant development (e.g., speech and language, cognitive, growth);
2) Child neurobiological underpinnings of “best fit” parental temperament and child-rearing practices at specific brain development stages (e.g., neonatal, infancy, toddlerhood);
3) Neurobiological effects on development of a mild traumatic brain injury experienced between the ages of 18-25 in a typically developing human;
4) Implications of typical brain changes in aging for the effects of “best fit” social support systems and environmental modifications for the elderly;
5) Neurobiological underpinnings for effects of substance abuse and process of addiction at a specific life stage/age;
6) Implications of the neuroscience evidence on the relationship between motor and perceptual development in infants for child-rearing environments.
Please choose one of these topics paper must at least 10 pages
Major paper: This will be an opportunity to apply up-to-date knowledge of neurobiological underpinnings associated with human brain development/change related to a specific environmental factor during a specific life stage or trajectory from the topics below.