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Developmental Psychology

Developmental psychology is the study of how and why humans' minds and behaviors change over the course of their lives.  Originally concerned with children, the field has expanded to include the entire lifespan.  

The library provides various types of electronic resources to support the topic of Developmental Psychology.  Click on subtopics below to access.

Childhood Psychology

Adolescent Psychology

Adult Psychology