Society has changed. The digital age has transformed the way humans are supposed to socialize. It’s no longer about human interactions. It’s an enslaved society that has succumbed to the power of technology. Technology-and its consumption of life-has become Big brother. Society has changed. Social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other forms of entertainment lead to an uncontrollable urge to use one’s cellular device. Identity control. Information control. Emotion control. A world where everything is monitored and kept under control. Society has changed. The age of technology has become the age of ...view middle of the document...
As children begin to grow, their cerebral cortex will contain over a hundred trillion synapses. It corresponds to great, brain activity during development. The more connections are made by experiences, the more they will absorb. These connections become a basis for how the child thinks. When a child thinks, brain cells are used. Take for instance a foreign child, if the child were to be adopted by English speaking parents, it’s likely that the child will eventually learn English since it was always present in the environment. Although synapses have an important influence in the early stages of brain development, another contributing factor is myelination. Myelination enables nerve cells to transmit information faster and allows for more complex brain processes. It is the first input received from sight, sense, touch, smell, and taste. (Zero to three,)Since children lack the necessary amount of myelin, they are not able to understand the big picture of certain situations. The human brain stems from the very moment humans arrive in the world. The brain gives an individual an origin, an origin that introduces a start.
As the years progress, the individual notices a major change in their pitch of voice, public hair, physique, and emotion. These changes are relative to brain development. In adults, various parts of the brain work together to make rational choices that act accordingly to the given situation. In comparison, the adolescent brain can be the most complex process an individual has to go through. The prefrontal cortex is section of the brain that weighs outcomes, forms judgments and controls impulses and emotions. It acts as the brain’s remote control that regulates and organizes its functions. At the same time, the prefrontal cortex communicates more fully and effectively with other parts of the brain, including those that are particularly associated with emotion and impulses, so that all areas of the brain can be better involved in planning and problem-solving(Simpson). It is extremely difficult for teens to satisfy their parents’ expectations and demands because they start experiencing new levels of thinking and emotional changes. Synapses also...