It is known as early (concept derived from the Latin term praecox) to the adjective that can be attributed to the fruits, to a process or yet individual In certain circumstances.
If it is associated with a fruit, the word describes its character premature or early . Also, an early process is one that comes to an end sooner than usual . In the case of a person to whom this adjective is awarded, it would exhibit at age early moral or physical peculiarities that are usually later .
From the perspective of the zoology , a species is early when its offspring present almost expected abilities and functions in the adult specimen from the moment of birth. This makes it possible to assume that these organisms require less maternal care since they meet the conditions to join the routines of older specimens in a few days, as is the case with horses and sheep.
Between 25 and 40 percent of men suffer from what is known as premature ejaculation. This describes the inability to control orgasm, which arrives much earlier than considered. normal. The reasons for this problem are usually attributed to both mental and physical issues, and there are various treatments.
Moreover, the early stimulation describes a group of actions that aims to improve the activities of a newborn, infant or boy who has been diagnosed with a developmental problem. The objective of this practice is to work on the inconvenience and contemplate the needs of the person as quickly as possible, based on the co-participation of the family in the process of rehabilitation and improvement of the capacities of the patient.
The precocity in art
From Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to Martha Argerich, countless composers and musicians have taken their first steps through the world of music theory at the same time as they learned to walk. The phenomenon of precocity in artists is generally associated with music, but it also occurs in other fields such as poetry and painting. While the reason for such an early artistic expression is unknown, is usually attributed to the influence by parents, based on the stories of some celebrities.
However, there are so many stories of violinists, children of orchestra conductors and opera singers with parents who not only did not have artistic inclinations, but considered art as a waste of time and energy. The economic situation and the level cultural of a family does not seem to prevent a great pianist from discovering his vocation, although you probably need to have some contact with the instrument at an early age, so that your passion arouses.
On the other hand, many times the demonstration of some kind of talent in childhood is used by parents for the exploitation of their children. Numerous are the examples of actors and actresses who began their careers after a few years of life, and who moved away from the show in their youth, whether for being eternally associated with roles represented in childhood, such as depression and litigation with the family for economic reasons.
It is curious that the situation that for some may mean a condemnation, for others it is salvation, but this responds to the extensive list of human contradictions. For an academic musician, a classical dancer or a skater, starting to study after childhood is practically useless; they must leave their childhood aside and embrace discipline and perseverance since childhood. This is well seen and justified, while parents tend to look badly at encouraging their children to develop film or television careers.