Observing a child is extremely interesting. This observation is for a study in a child development class. Asking the right questions prior to observing a child will definitely help your study. Children are very...
This article focus on the experience of losing a parent as a small child. What does it mean, what does it imply, what will this do to the child as she grows, how will it change her. Based on my personal experience I...
In some families, there are children who are treated differently from all the other children in their families. This treatment is not positive at all but very negative.They are odd children out.....
A hub summarizing the different aspects of Bowlby's theory of attachment - great for AS Psychology students!
An article outlining the key ideas and principles behind the psychodynamic approach and gender differences. Consider these radical and controversial ideas about gender differences and then vote your opinion!
The oldest child in the family has the best and the worst of all worlds. He/she is expected by his/her parents to be the responsible one. He/she is looked upon as the leader by his/her younger siblings. However,...
Discussion exploring how children use language to construct and express their identities.
Child development is crucial to a child's learning potential. This article will identify three theories of child development and discuss how each applies into the classroom.
During the late 20th and early 21st centuries, there was the new phenomena of the overprotective/helicopter parent. This extreme parenting style often produced one result......THE INFANTILIZED CHILD .....with its...
The classic child control strategy of a Time Out period in the Naughty Corner is no longer recommended. See tips and suggestions for better ways.
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