the science of touching and feeling

Infants need touch to develop normally. As we grow older, we learn when, how, and where touch is appropriate. This video argues that the physiological components of touch (e.g., the location and intensity of the touch) are processed in one part of the brain, while the emotional aspect of touch is processed in another.A. Think about when you have received appropriate and inappropriate touches. Are there implicit rules relating to touch? What are they? List and explain at least three rules about when touch is appropriate or inappropriate. Imagine that you are giving these rules to a youngster or teenager.

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