Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder that refers to an umbrella term used to describe the range of effects that can occur to an individual whose mother drank alcohol during pregnancy. These effects may involve brain damage, impaired growth and head and face abnormalities.
mapping is defined as a process of quickly determining a word's meaning, which facilitates children's vocabulary development ; process of acquiring new words rapidly; ability to learn new words based on very little input. Moreover, Fast mapping, refers to the process children engage in when they hypothesize a meaning for a newly heard word on the basis of hearing the word once or at most a few times. It is teh formation of a rapid, initial, partial understanding of the meaning of a word by relating it to the known vocabulary and restructuring the known-word storage space and its related conceptual categories .
fibers is defined as the muscle fibers that produce fast contractions but fatigue rapidly. It is one of several types of muscle fibers found in skeletal muscle. Fast-twitch fibers is also called Type II fibers which is characterized as having low oxidative capacity but high glycolytic capacity.