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Developmental Psychology - Childhood and Adolescence

Developmental Psychology - Childhood and Adolescence

Note:  This is only Chapter 1 of the book, "Developmental Psychology - Childhood and Adolescence," which is the only chapter that is provided for free. 'Let’s begin this book with a question: Why did you choose to enroll in a course on human development? For many of you majoring in psychology, family studies, elementary education, or nursing, this class is required and there is no way around it. Expectant parents may take the course in order to learn more about their babies. Occasionally, people choose the course seeking to answer specifi c questions about their own behaviour or that of a friend or family member. Whatever your reasons, at one time or another you have probably been curious about one or more aspects of human development. For example, ■ What does the world look like to newborn... Show More


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