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AmoebaWeb: Developmental Psychology

        

AmoebaWeb: Developmental Psychology

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This site has educational and informational links pertaining to every aspect of normal and abnormal human development.
Material Type: Collection
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: July 17, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: June 15, 2014
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Submitter: June Tristram

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: None.
Language: English
Cost Involved: no
Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no
Creative Commons: unsure

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Avatar for Suzzanah Bessette
11 years ago

Suzzanah Bessette (Student)

I spent about 40 minutes reviewing this site. It is very easy to navigate and is
quite informative. It includes all stages of development and would be a great
source for anybody interested in developmental psychology. It would also be a
good material for teaching.

Avatar for Kelly Perlmutter
13 years ago

Kelly Perlmutter (Student)

June

I really enjoyed this website. I found it to be very informative offering
psychological websites on a variety of issues and concerns. I chose prenatal
develoment and looked up a webstie called life before birth. This website
offered alot of information,from prenatal memory and learning to early parenting
including marteral emotions. I found it quite interesting to read about the
influecne that music and prenatal sounds have on the fetus. I think that this
website was very informative and education for anyone that is interested in
child development.

Technical Remarks:

I experienced no technical problems while viewing this website.

Avatar for Laura Jacquays
13 years ago

Laura Jacquays (Student)

Generally a good site that was pretty interesting, I took about 10 minutes going
throughthe information. I tink that college level students will learn from this
site.

Avatar for Nancy Schneider
13 years ago

Nancy Schneider (Student)

The material and information found in this site is useful and informative. I
spent about 20 minutes reviewing this site. I found the site a little boring and
I don't think it will be that effective in "learning" but rather researching.

Technical Remarks:

The site is simple to use and provides quick information.

Avatar for Jessica Napoli
13 years ago

Jessica Napoli (Student)

Excellent website. It contains numerous links to nearly every aspect of
developmental psychology. Excellent teaching resource, very easy to use.

Technical Remarks:

Links clearly defined and easy to use.

Avatar for Maurice Tucker
13 years ago

Maurice Tucker (Student)

This site tells you about abnornal and normal behavior of children.It gives you a insight on how children act.The site is educational and extremely user friendly I definately think that first time users would not have any problem wuing the site.It gives you links also to other sites.

Technical Remarks:

The website itself was developed by professionals.On a technical standpoint I think that it was well put together.

Avatar for June Tristram
13 years ago

June Tristram (Student)

This site has links to seemingly every aspect of human development, normal or
abnormal.

Technical Remarks:

Fairly simple site to navigate.