CHILD DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY Acquittal Principles vs Maquital Principle

CHILD DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY Acquittal Principles vs Maquital PrincipleAccording to a recent study by Workman ,Teachers Volunteer on the effect of words to a child education development.

There are two psychological syndrome found to be responsible for child academic performances: the acquittal effect and maquital effect.

The acquittal principles says that when a child’s mind is redirected by higher expectation, it leads to an improved performance and thus when words like….

*You are brilliant*
*You can do better*
*You are not lazy*
*You are a good child*
*You like to study*
*You can improve*
*You don’t steal nor lie*
*You are going to be great* are constantly used on a child,

The mind effect of that child doubles its intellectual reception factors and the child performance keeps improving

But this is however not so with the maquital principles which says that when a child is pricked with lower expectation, the performance of the child drops to the extent of their psychological trauma.

Bad words,such as…

*You are from a single parent*
*You are dull*
*You lack parental care*
*you are not a bookworm*
*You are a bad child*

does not help a child to learn and shouting on a child hinders their potential intellectual growth tendencies.

The obvious summary of acquittal and maquital principles is that,the state of self esteem,self worth and self perception of a child is built by words whether to the negative or to the positive

Parent,teachers and guardians have been adviced to help improve on their children/wards academic performance by redirecting their minds with influential words as this was seen lacking in many children during this research expedition across different schools and in that of under aged communities.

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