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My Grandson was 8 & 1/2 Months old When he Recognized his Shadow. Here's the funny Part, he Takes his Arm to Look for it. I Think that's Ingenious!


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There can't be such thing as a "typical age" for this milestone (I mean, more precise than "about 2 years old"). Keep in mind that toddler's vocabulary is quite limited : mean [Language Development Survey] vocabulary scores at 24 months have been between 175 and 195 words, with standard deviations in the range of 70 to 80 (Klee et al., 1998; Rescorla &...


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There are different ideas of "counting" Memorizing 10 words in a row. If they started to speak early and practice a lot, they can manage it when they are about two years old. Being able to count the number of items/fingers etc. My daughter and her friends started doing this correctly when they where four years old.


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This could be the early stages of schizophrenia. I have catatonic schizophrenia myself and I remember well what it felt like as a child before I came to understand the illness. You've pretty much described it. The disease varies greatly from person to person and a huge amount of what you see on TV or hear about in sensationalist stories/otherwise is ...



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