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PSYC213 Notes

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Full course (LECTURE AND TEXTBOOK) notes on lifespan development psychology. Received a distinction.

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Human development Behavioural sciences Psychology Interpersonal relationships Attachment theory Parenting Psychoanalysis Child neglect Piaget's theory of cognitive development Cognitive development Early childhood Video interaction guidance
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Human development Behavioural sciences Psychology Interpersonal relationships Attachment theory Parenting Psychoanalysis Child neglect Piaget's theory of cognitive development Cognitive development Early childhood Video interaction guidance
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All of these domains interact with each other over a persons lifetime Ecological Systems Levels Micro – refers to situations in which a person has face to face contact with influential others e.g family, school Meso – refers to relationships between two or more microsystes e.g home-school Exo – settings in which the person does no participate but in which significant decisions are made affecting the individuals who do interact directly with the person e.g local government Macro – Blueprints for defining and organising the institutional life of the society e.g social policy Basic Issues in Developmental Study Nature and Nurt...
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