1. There were several kinds of toys like blocks, dolls, automobiles... in the room.
However, when he just came in, he was immediately drawn to the dolls with intense focus.
Eventhough there wasn't any way to measure his heart rate or brain wave, I could easily tell how interested he was by the way he gazed, touched and played with the dolls. This could be explained by the fact that the …show more content…
6. Ali is passed the age to be awe by peek-a-boo because he has achieved Object
Permanence, the realization that objects still exist even when they cannot be seen, touched or heard (Berger, p. 181), as early as 4.5 months old. As stated in Berger on page 182, to find a hidden object requires at least two abilities: setting a goal and knowing how to achieve it., and a child will not have those abilities until he is at least 8 months old. Ali is way passed that so he could find something that Dr. Berg was trying to hide under a towel easily. He still enjoys this hide-and-seek game, but it is much less fun at his age unless the hiding is less obvious (Berger, p. 183).
7. Ali has a wonderful personality, which is the emotions, behaviors, and attitudes that make an individual unique (Berger, p. 216), or as least I think so for the following reasons. He is outgoing, assertive, active, easygoing, kind and helpful....This characteristic puts him into the 40% easy-temperament (Berger,