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Bart J. Simpson Bartolomeo J. Simpson is 10 years old and is the eldest son of Homer j. Simpson and Marjorie Marge Bouvier, making him the brother of Lisa and Maggie Simpson. He was born in an era where their parents did not have a stable economy, which led to Homer to leave your family to go in search of economic resources; so this had to leave Marge at home for her sisters, Patty and Selma Bouvier.

Bart since its birth, as shown in the third season in the chapter 12, showed being a child anxious and fun, which would generate a marked hyperactive behavior, which will explain from the micro-system with the father figure, the meso-system, exo-system and even the interrelate that configures the environment of the infant according to the theory of the ecology of development throughout its developmentwhich will take place later. Thus, in their social environment the search for recognition is motivated by his friends and companions who imitates or accompanies the development of harmful and sometimes criminal, activities which end up affecting your environment and your family. In the fourth season in the chapter 10, malicious behavior by Bart shown towards his newborn sister Lisa, this generated out of jealousy at being displaced and not having all the attention from their parents; This situation is exceeded when Lisa says his first word: Bart. Which generates a feeling of affiliation with his parents and his sister. Tina redwine spoke with conviction. Features the Simpson family and the community, establish the prototype of family U.S. and many other countries in one single model, his father has a steady job at a nuclear power plant, his mother takes a life of work domestic; and along with them Lisa and Maggie make up the family nucleus of Bart Simpson, this family of one or another way represents models of parents and children to many homes around the world. Bart is a restless character who is always shown as sleeper in which exaggerate their behaviors, although on some occasions shown certain moral values and emotions, such as guilt and responsibility, of mental schemes of a boy his age in real life.