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MERLOT II


    

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Lifespan Development

by Angela Becker
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Description:
for P216 in all formats: hybrid or face-to-face

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The ChildTrauma Academy


Added 07/14/2009
Follow this to the website where there is information on brain development and the effects of maltreatment on it as well as information about bonding/attachment and the influence of maltreatment on those processes
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Child Development Institute


Added 07/14/2009
Has information on parenting that might supplement textbook and on play that might be good resource to go with the play/toys assignment.
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AmoebaWeb: Developmental Psychology


Added 07/15/2009
Has multiple links to parenting information and has a link to developmental psychology that is worth exploring for more content/activities.
4.

Postpartum Support International


Added 07/15/2009
Has link to article on perinatal mood disorders that clarifies difference between baby blues and postpartum depression. Also has link to some material on/for postpartum depression and dads.
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Cognitive Development and Intelligence


Added 07/15/2009
Not sure yet how useful. Worth coming back to later.
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Street Children - Prevalence, Abuse & Exploitation


Added 07/15/2009
This seems like a great opportunity for doing some cross-country comparison and/or for having them think about how all aspects of development can be affected for a particular age group or what is likely to be most affected for a particular age group. Maybe ask them to write or talk in groups in class about what they think might be most affected, then have them do some browsing & draw some conclusions about whether they were correct? Would help to have a research-based article for them to read or draw on as well. May already exist at the site, but I'd prefer a very recent article considering current US economic issues and jobless rate increases.
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