I’m working on a psychology question and need a sample draft to help me learn.
Life Before Birth In The Womb (Links to an external site.)
The Birth Process and the Newborn:
Before you complete the discussion board this week, you need to begin by watching Life Before Birth in the link above and found in your weekly folder. Then chose one of the topics listed below.
What information from the video can you bring to your discussion? What new information regarding the Prenatal Development and Birth stands out?? How did viewing the information help you to understand the chapter??
For this week’s group discussions please choose one of the following topics:
1) Choose an aspect of prenatal/postnatal brain development as described in the text. Explore the “Web” to support your topic, you will find suggested sites at the back of the chapter.
Describe (and cite) supporting information…what can you add to the textbook information. What risks do we need to understand? Be a “critical thinker”…what is the purpose of the website you have chosen? Be careful to find sites that focus on solid information, not sites that are for commercial purposes trying to sell you products.
Ty’s very early birth. Link (Links to an external site.)
2) Choose an aspect of premature birth. Describe one of the possible risk factors associated with premature birth, a possible complication due to prematurity, and at least one means of preventing a premature birth (cite any sources.) This topic is near and dear to my heart, in September of 2021, my grandson was born at just 26 weeks.
For the first week of his life doctors would not project his survival rate. It was a challenging time for our family. I have posted on a link here and in the Weekly Module a link to a video that shows his progress from day one through about 6 months old. He is now 10 years old and doing everything exactly as a ten-year old should, …developmentally he is right on target.
Physically his lungs are still scared from all of the oxygen he received and cold season is a little harder on him them most, but that will change as he grows older and his lungs grow larger.
My granddaughter who is 13 years old was born at 32 weeks with no complications. My daughter has a bi-corneal uterus, which is smaller than “normal” and shaped like a valentine heart, but it was actually an infection that trigger the very pre mature birth of Ty. Needless to say, she is stopping at two.