Developmental Psychology

It is the scientific study of about how and why an individual change during their lives. It is originally associated with infants and children and expanded including adolescent, development of adult and ageing. Professional developmental psychologists try to explain how thinking, feeling and behavioural changes occur during the whole life span. This particular field examines three major dimensions: Physical development, cognitive development  and  socioemotional development. Within these three major dimensions broad ranges of topics are included like  motor skills, executive functions, moral understanding, language acquisition emotion development, identity formation.

  • Development Disorder
  • Person Perception
  • Empowerment and quality of life
  • Empathy, Self-Help and The Ideal Self
  • Ethical Standards
  • Educational Psychology
  • Personal Development
  • Personnel Psychology
  • Parenting and caring
  • Mechanisms of Development
  • Violence and Aggression
  • Environmental and cultural psychology
  • Cognitive Development
  • Physical and Memory Development
  • Evolutionary Developmental Psychopathology

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