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PSY 110 - Lifespan Development - Textbook

Why it Matters: Infancy

Physical Growth and Development in Newborns and Toddlers

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Physical Growth and Development in Middle Childhood

Physical Growth and Development in Adolescence

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Physical Development in Late Adulthood

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  • How Baby Brains Develop. Provided by: CNN. Located athttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0fiu2S0_3MLicenseOtherLicense Terms: Standard YouTube License
  • Babies are surprisingly smart. Authored by: SciShow Psych. Located athttps://youtu.be/nM-GhFzX8yQLicenseOtherLicense Terms: Standard YouTube License
  • Reflexes in newborn babies. Authored by: Bernadette Bos. Located athttps://youtu.be/Sv5SsLH70mYLicenseOtherLicense Terms: Standard YouTube License
  • Child Malnutrition - What? How? And when to Refer. Authored by: iheed. Located athttps://youtu.be/bqEIcMMmj5MLicenseOtherLicense Terms: Standard YouTube License
  • FRONTLINE | The Vaccine War | PBS. Provided by: PBS. Located athttps://youtu.be/VPOrnU3ImxILicenseOtherLicense Terms: Standard YouTube License
  • The Teenage Brain Explained. Provided by: SciShow. Located athttps://youtu.be/hiduiTq1ei8LicenseOtherLicense Terms: Standard YouTube License
  • Study proves physical activity helps maintain mobility in older adults. Provided by: UFHealth. Located athttps://youtu.be/b6Q_KvvM_o4LicenseOtherLicense Terms: Standard YouTube License
  • Aging Successfully: The Psychological Aspects of Growing Old. Provided by: Davidson Films, Inc. Located athttps://youtu.be/g2JXyl-gek4LicenseOtherLicense Terms: Standard YouTube License