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Developmental Psychology: A Journey of Growth Within Relationships (edX)

Apr 1st 2021
Developmental Psychology: A Journey of Growth Within Relationships (edX)
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To what extent are we truly aware of the decisive influence of our relationships with our parents in early childhood, upon the entire course of our adult lives? Here's an opportunity to 'open your eyes' to what every person should know. This developmental psychology course invites you to go [...]
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Introduction to Developmental Psychology (edX)

Learn how we develop over our lifetime, including our ability to think, communicate, and form social attachments. Have you ever wondered what babies are capable of from the moment they’re born? Developmental psychology is the study of an individual’s social, emotional, cognitive, and biological development through his or her [...]
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Introduction to Psychology: Developmental Psychology (FutureLearn)

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Introduction to Psychology: Developmental Psychology (FutureLearn)
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Examine the physical, cognitive and social development we undergo throughout our lives. Learn about the psychological changes that all humans go through. As humans, we experience three phases of development over our lifespan: physical, cognitive and social development. On this course, you’ll investigate the key transitions associated with these [...]
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Developmental Psychology (UNINETTUNO)

The course aims to present the main lines of the theoretical approaches and empirical contributions in the field of human development, describing cognitive, emotional and behavioral aspects.
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Lifespan Development (saylor.org)

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Lifespan Development  (saylor.org)
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Developmental psychology concerns itself with the changes (psychological and otherwise) that occur as a result of our physical and mental maturation. Typically, “development” refers to the systematic changes that take place between our conception and death. While this definition may seem quite broad, it will serve as a good [...]
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