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What is the Meaning of: Early | Concept and Definition of: Early

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The early word comes from the term latin praecox. It is an adjective that can be applied as well to a process to a person.
A process, early wants to say that it appears before the usual. On the other hand, if it is a person, it is that it presents, at a young age, moral or physical qualities that should prove later.
For Zoology, the early species are those whose small are perfectly capable of making the eigenfunctions of the adult animal, virtually since birth. In other words, these are species that do not need as much maternal care than others arriving to carry out the same activities as adults after a few days. This is the case, for example, horse and sheep.
The early word to create other concepts, such as premature ejaculation, that is, the lack of control over the ejaculatory reflection. In this sense, it is a disorder of the phase of orgasm during intercourse, which affects between 25% to 40% of men.
Moreover, early stimulation is a set of actions aimed at improving the abilities of the newborn, infant or child who has problems at the level of the development. Stimulation seeks to intervene on the problem and the needs of the child as soon as possible. To this end, the active participation of the family in the rehabilitation process is essential as well as the improvement of the capacities of the child.
Note: This translation is provided for educational purposes and may contain errors or be inaccurate.

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