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PSYC 260 - Developmental Psychology: Design Assignment

Resources for Controversies and Development Stages

Developmental Stages

Several different schema for developmental stages have been used by different psychologists.  Step One for this assignment is to choose one, which your textbook may help you do.


The next step will be specifying the elements of your stage for which you will perform your design.  This is where good keywords come from!

For example, Piaget's cognitive development stages include a "concrete operational" stage.  There will be articles that discuss this stage directly, but you're much more likely to find results that talk about specific *elements* of the stage.  These also make for easier design work.  Look for ideas such as:

  • reversibility
  • decentering
  • classification
  • egocentrism
  • logic

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Catalog Home | Power Search | Browse Search | My Account | WorldCat

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Relevant Call Numbers

There are a few call number ranges that may be of special significance when you're looking for resources about how to design.

BF717 - Play in child development

HQ767.9 (and similar) - Child social development

LB1029 (and similar) - Educational toys and games

RJ504 (and similar) - Child psychiatry including play therapy