Many people think that childhood development takes place in a linear fashion where each new development builds on the last one. But this is often not the case. Sometimes development slows, or even reaches a plateau for a while. Occasionally it can seem to take a step backwards.
Child psychology is concerned with the development of a person over the course of their childhood. This involves the development of a child’s mental processes like intelligence and language (cognitive development), emotional behaviour, social behaviour, and also their physical development.
There are 12 lessons in this course:
Lesson 1: Introduction to Child Psychology
Lesson 2: The Newborn Infant
Lesson 3: States and Senses of the Infant
Lesson 4: Learning
Lesson 5: Emotions and Socialisation
Lesson 6: Cognitive Development
Lesson 7: Language Development
Lesson 8: Intelligence
Lesson 9: Socialisation … Part A
Lesson 10: Morality
Lesson 11: Sexuality
Lesson 12: Socialisation … Part B
Each lesson concludes with an assignment which is submitted to us and marked by one of our qualified educators and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and extra reading, if necessary.
Duration- 100 hours
12 months access
At the completion of this course you will be awarded a statement of attainment for Child Psychology.