Life-Span Development

Lifespan development belongs to the greater field of human development. From a high-level view, human development is a discipline that engages the optimizing of several factors of human life and fields of study to help people live their best lives. A human development professional is likely to study a mix of sociology, biology, psychology, behavior, emotion, genealogy, education, religion, and more. As described by the American Psychological Association, life-span development studies how humans learn, mature, and adapt from infancy to adulthood to elderly phases of life. Some areas of focus include physical, cognitive, social, intellectual, perceptual, personality, and emotional growth.

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Life-Span Development

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