The 4-st is that human (read child’s) behaviour develops not only in a patterned but also predictable way. It also depends on the way the child is tread. Dr. Arnold Zessel, specialist in psychology, made a member of investigations and made it clear that behaviour has pattern and shape as any physical structure. As your child’s body grouse in a reasonably pattered manner so older his behaviour. A second very important thing that must be kept in mind is that behaviour is a function of structure. It means as already said that the children behaviour depends foagreat extent to their bodies building. Different kinds of bodies behave differently even though they may grow up in the same environment. The combination of a child’s basic in born individuality and the stage of development he has reached are very important in determining his behaviour as well as the way he’s treated by you or anybody else. The staves of behaviour which take place in the course of the child’s development are in many ways limitar from child to child. Jo get to the top the child of course must climb all the steps. But though these steps are just the same to everybody the way the child climbs them is a little different for every child. The way he climb, these steps and expresses the common patterns of the behaviour vary according to his basic individuality. And parent’s should keep in mind that they are those who need to discover and appreciate their own child’s individuality. Appreciating and certainly recognizing the child’s basic personality is one the most difficult but one of the most rewarding tasks of parenthood. But the parents have to do it themselves. Does and stages come first and of course they are the easiest because there’re much a like for all children. The third factor needed to be thought about is the child’s environment. It’s of course highly individual miller. What must be the best for one child may be perfect for another child. There’s one more vital aspect of environment which should be understood and manipulated. One of the most important things parents can do for their childrenis to feed them right. A good diet is extremely essential if you want to keep your children in good health. Now it has been taken for granted that a good and proper diet doesn’t only produce better physical health but can rewet in improved behaviour. Poor diets can have a highly adverse effect on behaviour. They can cause problems which range from moodiness, lethargy, irritability to bedwetting. Keep disfurbances, poor schoolwork and even delinquency. And as a result if then poor health. Children can be often helped when proper attention is paid to their diet. Even children with no problems who are good eaters can be helped to more problems who are good eaters can be helped to more effective by proper nutrition and, by being protected from foods and jther substances which cause different allergies. One more significant moment worth mentioning. As the child’s body matures it becomes larger and larger. Behaviour growth is much more complicated. One can be sure that while growing older children get bigger but one can’t guarantee they will get better. Certainly, they’ll become more self-different. They’ll be able to me their bodies and words and even thought’s more effectively scientist studies of normal children have shown that the general trend to the so-called “improvement” in behaviour is not always steady and uninterrupted – Each new age level trends to bring it’s own advantages and disadvantages. It was no ficed that as the child grows older his or her behaviour will or should become smoother and, better balanced and will move from an early stage of disequilibrium on to increasing equilibrium. When the behaviours gets worse the parents should look at the child’s environment. Personal-social as well as pos fural behaviour tends to develop in spiralino fashion.