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Childhood Psychology

Childhood psychology is the study of the developmental process children experience as they mature.  It focuses both on how children differ from adults and how individual children may differ from each other.   Child psychologists strive to gather this information empirically through observation in a variety of environmental situations.

The resources on the right are arranged by type: eBooks, journal articles, videos, and websites. They all relate to childhood psychology in some way, though individual resources may cover more focused specializations.

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Childhood Psychology