Domains and Periods of Human Development
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Domains of Development
Three broad categories scientists use to study age related changes, often used to classify those changes.
Domain of Development which includes changes in the size, shape, and characteristics of the body, as well as changes in how individuals sense and perceive the physical world.
Domain of Development which includes changes in thinking, memory, problem-solving, and other intellectual skills.
Domain of Development which includes changes in variables that are associated with the relationship of an individual to the self and to others.
Periods of Development
A more-specific series of age-related categories used in addition to classifying developmental events according to domains
Only period of development with clearly defined boundaries, beginning in conception and ending at birth.
Period of development beginning at birth and ending when children begin to use language to communicate.
Early Childhood period
Period of development from beginning of language to communicate to the child's entrance into school or some kind of formal training
Period of development from entrance into school/formal training until puberty.
Period of development from puberty to adulthood.
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