Introduction to Psychology/Child and Adolescent Psychology
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Child psychology is a field of study in which researchers work to understand and describe changes that take place as children grow. Some sections within this wikibook are translations from a French wikibook.
Childhood: a concept at the crossroads of science
Childhood through history and the methodology of psychology
Psychological approaches to children
Heredity and environment - development throughout the lifespan
- Common Issues
- Push and Pull Factors
- Separation and Individuation
- Prenatal Environment
- Infants and Toddlers (0-2 years)
- Early Childhood (3-6 years)
- Middle Childhood (7-11 years)
- Adolescence (12 years +)