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This is just to give an ideaDiscussion: Child/Parent InteractionsTwo infants are born in the same inner-city hospital on the same day. One has loving, authoritative parents who provide a nurturing environment. There is open communication between the parents and the child. The other infant has parents who are abusive and neglectful. They have no interest in controlling the child’s behavior or monitoring the child’s activities. The first child grows up to overcome the challenges of the inner city and become a productive member of society, while the second is incarcerated by age 19.In this Discussion, you choose a case study in which you analyze the impact of child/parent interactions and address the likelihood of those interactions resulting in aggressive behavior.This is the second part to the Post a response to the following:Describe the potential interaction of the child and parent in the case study you selected. Would this interaction have a positive or negative influence on the child? Why? Explain the logical outcome for the child. What type of interaction would more likely contribute to aggressive behavior? Justify your response by using the Learning Resources and other academic resources.chosen Case Study #2Jane and Tom are a married couple in their early 30s. They enjoy successful careers, are financially stable, and have decided to adopt a baby. Jane has decided to take a break from her career to be a stay-at-home mom. Both Jane and Tom are calm, easygoing, and openly affectionate. They are adopting a 14-month-old boy, Kevin, who was taken from his parents at 4 months of age because of neglect. Kevin’s 20-year-old birth mother has been addicted to drugs since she was 16. She did not use any drugs during her pregnancy, but she began using again after his birth. Kevin’s 28-year-old birth father is currently incarcerated for armed robbery and assault. He has a history of aggressive behavior and was diagnosed with conduct disorder as a juvenile and antisocial personality disorder as an adult. Kevin displays some ability to seek out closeness with his adoptive parents; however, he also displays a somewhat volatile temperament, with periods of extreme emotional outbursts.