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Devel­op­men­tal Psychology

TagLast edit: 26 Nov 2021 14:14 UTC by Multicore

The field of developmental psychology focuses on analyzing how human minds change as they grow. Originally this focused on development from birth through childhood and ended at adulthood, but by the 1960s this had expanded to include the study of ways adult continue to develop psychologically.

Related pages: Parenting, Education, Psychology

Notes on “The An­thro­pol­ogy of Child­hood”

juliawise27 Aug 2020 17:11 UTC
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A Model of On­tolog­i­cal Development

Gordon Seidoh Worley31 Dec 2020 1:55 UTC
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The Lead­ing and Trailing Edges of Development

Gordon Seidoh Worley26 Apr 2018 18:02 UTC
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The Devel­op­men­tal Role of Play

Gordon Seidoh Worley11 Nov 2016 19:41 UTC
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(mapandterritory.org)

His­tor­i­cal math­e­mat­i­ci­ans ex­hibit a birth or­der effect too

Eli Tyre21 Aug 2018 1:52 UTC
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A Devel­op­men­tal Frame­work for Rationality

lifelonglearner13 Mar 2018 1:36 UTC
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Kids Learn by Copying

lsusr5 Sep 2021 23:09 UTC
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Suc­cess­ful Men­tor­ing on Par­ent­ing, Ar­ranged Through LessWrong

21 Oct 2021 8:27 UTC
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Child Walksheds

jefftk25 Oct 2021 21:00 UTC
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(www.jefftk.com)

Age gaps and Birth or­der: Reanalysis

Bucky7 Sep 2019 19:33 UTC
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Per­sonal Devel­op­ment Sys­tem: Win­ning Re­peat­edly and Grow­ing Effec­tively With The BIG4

Paul Rohde14 Dec 2023 18:49 UTC
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(blog.paul-rohde.com)

Fra­ter­nal Birth Order Effect and the Ma­ter­nal Im­mune Hypothesis

Bucky4 Oct 2023 21:18 UTC
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Core sys­tems of number

Bruce W. Lee9 Feb 2024 2:19 UTC
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(www.sciencedirect.com)

In­hi­bi­tion and the Mind

Annoyance21 May 2009 17:34 UTC
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Some­thing Was Wrong

Zvi5 Aug 2017 14:48 UTC
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Fa­vorites & Performers

Soma12 Apr 2022 5:50 UTC
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A multi-dis­ci­plinary view on AI safety research

Roman Leventov8 Feb 2023 16:50 UTC
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4 comments26 min readLW link

Nar­ra­tive The­ory. Part 1. Intro

Eris14 Jul 2023 17:03 UTC
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Rep­re­sen­ta­tions of Ab­stract Re­la­tions in Infancy

Bruce W. Lee20 Feb 2024 17:40 UTC
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(direct.mit.edu)

In­tro to On­to­ge­netic Curriculum

Eris13 Apr 2023 17:15 UTC
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Age gaps and Birth or­der: Failed re­pro­duc­tion of results

Bucky7 Sep 2019 19:22 UTC
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Cir­cle Games

sarahconstantin6 Jun 2019 16:40 UTC
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(srconstantin.wordpress.com)

Birth or­der effect found in No­bel Lau­re­ates in Physics

Bucky4 Sep 2018 12:17 UTC
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Ke­gan and Cul­ti­vat­ing Compassion

lifelonglearner11 Mar 2018 1:32 UTC
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Num­ber Trumps Area for 7-Month-Old Infants

Bruce W. Lee9 Feb 2024 4:58 UTC
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0 comments2 min readLW link
(pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov)
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