Human Development: An Infant Observation

Psychology / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
This paper describes the observation of a child under the age of one, focusing on motor development, cognitive adaptive abilities, language, social-emotional behavior, and temperament.

This paper describes observation of a child under the age of one, focusing on motor development, cognitive adaptive abilities, language, social-emotional behavior, and temperament. Includes in depth charts on assessing each of these categories. Compiles the works of Thomas Chess and Birch, Piaget, the Bayley Scale of Infant Development, Denver Developmental Screening Test.

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