Five behaviors can judge infant intelligence

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Five behaviors can judge infant intelligence

Intelligence is a very complex issue. To date, there is no advanced instrument or test method in the world that can check a child’s intelligence level.

In the past 100 years, a large number of psychologists have observed the development of infants and young children through subtle observations, and found that the level of intelligence is closely related to the development of five major areas such as large sports, fine movements, adaptive abilities, language and social behavior.

  That is, the emergence of various behavioral patterns in various fields is related to the maturity of the brain development and the age of the child, and not only has mutual continuity, but also has significant stages.

It is from this that scientists have summarized a set of regular things and carried out intelligence tests on infants and young children.

  Let’s take a look at the main behavioral patterns of high IQ babies in five areas: First, large movements and large movements are physical activity and posture response, and also the basis of human activity.

If the great movement develops well, it can promote the development of the brain; if the great movement develops poorly, it is often an early indicator under the intelligence, but not necessarily stupid.

  The main behavioral patterns occurred:-head up 90 degrees: 3-4 months, turn over: 5-7 months, sitting: 10-12 months, walking: 11-15 months, running: 24 everyAround the month, jumping: about 30 months.

  Second, fine motion Fine motion is the ability of hands and fingers to explore, grasp and manipulate objects.

If the function of the hand is to develop well and quickly, it requires eye coordination. This is called eye-hand coordination.

The hand is an outpost of wisdom. As the saying goes, the dexterity of the mind means that the development of the skill of the hand is closely related to the level of intelligence. Therefore, the development of the fine movement of the hand can be used to indicate whether the intellectual development of the infant is normal.

  The main behavioral pattern appears as:-gripping motion: 2-3 months, grasping motion: 4-7 months, turning motion: 6-7 months, backhand motion: 7-8 months, Thumb and index finger pinching action: 9-10 months, book turning action: 18-24 months, pen-holding action: 18-24 months, buckle action: about 24 months.

  Third, adaptive ability Adaptive ability refers to the ability to analyze and synthesize stimuli. It is inseparable from the development of vision, hearing, language, and hand function, so it is placed in the physical ability.

Adaptive ability is a prelude to the development of intelligence and can foretell the future development of intelligence.

  The main behavioral pattern emerges:-Eyes can track objects: 1 month, sound source can be found: 4 months, lost toys will find: 6 months, conscious rattle: 8 months, can find things in the box: 10Months, caps back: 12 months, round lids: 15 months, size: 27 months, red: 30 months, “inside”, “outside”: 33 months.
  Fourth, language ability Language is a unique psychological activity of human beings.

For example, children talk to each other, listen to music, listen to songs, tell stories, tell songs, write songs, draw pictures, etc. These listening, speaking, reading, and writing are all different forms of language activities.

Language can promote the rapid development of children’s psychological activities.

  The appearance of its main behavioral pattern is-issuing a slight larynx: 1 month, Yi Ya whispering: 4 months, making da-da, ma-ma sound: 7 months, when the name is called, it turns around: 7 everyWelcome, goodbye: 10 months, consciously called dad, mom: 12 months, can speak and publish more than a single character: 18 months, can speak more than two children’s songs: 24 months, can speak more than 10 wordsLong sentence: 36 months.

  Fifth, social behavior Social behavior reflects the ability of children to socialize and self-care.

Its behavior pattern is also determined by internal growth factors, and there is a certain development process-eyes and people; 1 month, seeing loved ones will laugh; 3 months, knowing mothers and acquaintances; 4 months, having a game reaction to the mirror: 7 months, will watch the people and things mentioned; 10 months, can wear clothes; 12 months, will control bowel movements during the day; 18 months, can take off their clothes and pants; 24——27 months, will be buttoned; 36 months.

  If you want to know if your baby’s IQ is high or not, you can refer to the behavior model introduced above for a rough evaluation; also ask an expert to conduct an intelligence test, and finally use the intellectual age and developmental quotient to evaluate, which is a more scientific and correct method.