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Memory Development in Children

In the past, it was believed by researchers and scientists that a child does not possess any memory skills till the age of eight or nine months. On the contrary, parents express the belief that is absolutely opposite of this. The most recent researches conducted on the memory development of children are tremendously interesting, both for the researches as well as the parents.

According to a research, it has been proved that the long term memory development of a baby is capable enough to store information for a period of twenty four hours when the baby is six weeks old, and can go up to the period of four months when the baby is sixteen months old. This research proved to be of great importance as it proved for the first time that babies too have specific memory.

Establishing proper routines on a day to day basis is an excellent practice which promotes memory development. This practice establishes comfort, healthy expectations and predictability. Repeating the same rituals at playtime everyday will help a child in remembering how he or she can play with a particular game or toy, or learn a motor skill as well as adapt to its surroundings.

If you teach your child a new skill in several short playtime sessions, it will be a lot easier for him or her to learn the skill than if you teach in a few long sessions. Another thing that is extremely important for the memory development of a child is context. If nothing is taken out of the context or nothing changes, then the child would be able to remember his or her surroundings, a game or a song in the short term memory. However, if you alter even the smallest aspect, the baby will be unable to recognize it a day later. For example, if you change the baby's toys or the songs that you sing to them, their reaction towards this would be of unfamiliarity.

The short term memory development in a baby starts from as early as the prenatal stage or the stage of development of fetus. When the fetus is in his fortieth week, it can remember stimuli after a span of 10 minutes; this memory may even last up to 24 hours. A number of such studies are currently being carried out.

Some children suffering from ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) suffer from different kind of memory problems which require specialized treatments and assessment. Children with learning disabilities are more likely to have problems in memory development as well. Thus, proper attention and care should be given and the behavior of the child should be observed so that the problem can be diagnosed appropriately, if any.