Audience: Psychology students, doctors, parents, anyone who is curious about life stages. Group: Birth until death. This chart is helpful to anyone learning or studying human development.                                                                                                                                                      More

Chart highlighting Erikson's Psychosocial Development stages that can help child life specialists determine developmentally appropriate interventions.

Including a variety of play opportunities is crucial to early childhood development, and should be an evaluative tool for parents & educators when assessing childcare & school environments.

This is a chart on the different types of play. Each section includes detailed information on the types of play. The different types of play could be used in play therapy for the child.

Maturation of the human brain http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/26/db/15/26db157020e9352117675031839bfa19.jpg

Graphic showing the development of the human brain for the first 21 years of life. As we grow, our brain grows and matures, but does not become fully mature until age Our brains develop most rapidly in the first few years of life.

Maslow's hierarchy of needs is a ranked list of those needs essential to human growth and development, presented in ascending order, starting with basic needs and building toward the need for reaching your highest potential.-Chapter 7

Maslow's Hierarchy of Human Needs

Learn more about maslow's hierarchy of needs in the Boundless open textbook. Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs helps managers understand employees' needs in order to further employees' motivation.

erik erikson stages of development chart | Here is Erikson's theory, as it applies to humans, in a nutshell:

Erik Erickson: A Therapy Dog's View

PIAGET-COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY/ORIGIN: Jean Piaget's idea of cognitive development showed that one's mental development can be separated into 4 stages. EXPLANATION: As an infant, one only understands what it sees (if it cannon be seen, it doesn't exist). As he/she gains knowledge, at the age 12 and onward, he/she will be able to truly grasp the world as it is. EXAMPLE: We could tell Robert was no longer in the Preoperational Stage when he could tell that one cookie was equal two halves of a…

Piaget Cognitive Stages of Development

PIAGET-COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY/ORIGIN: Jean Piaget's idea of cognitive development showed that one's mental development can be separated into 4 stages. EXPLANATION: As an infant, one only understands what it sees (if it cannon be seen, it doesn't exist). As he/she gains knowledge, at the age 12 and onward, he/she will be able to truly grasp the world as it is. EXAMPLE: We could tell Robert was no longer in the Preoperational Stage when he could tell that one cookie was equal two halves of a…

Vygotsky was the first proponent of the contextual view, but Bronfenbrenner, is its best proponent today. Bronfenbrenner views the developing child embedded in a series of complex and interactive systems. He divides the environment into four levels: the microsystem, the mesosystem, the exosystem, and the macrosystem. #Development

Theorist Urie Bronfenbrenner proposed that the developing child is embedded in a series of complex and interactive systems. He divides the environment into four levels: the microsystem, the mesosystem, the exosystem, and the macrosystem (Kail & Cavanuagh,

Foundations of Child Development  1 ) Relationships 2) Environment and 3) Nutrition (View only) For more on Brain development, see: https://www.pinterest.com/addfreesources/brain-functions/

Foundations of Child Development - Positive and negative effects on Brain Development including; 1 ) Relationships Environment and Nutrition

Kennedy Ynclan-012 This Image and article talks about Sigmund Freud's Theory of Human Development. In this nifty image, it shows that although above the water it shows that the conscious is not that big but, below the water is a massive block of ice which, metaphorically, is our non-conscious which  Freud believed is what drove us psychologically

How Maslow's Hierarchy Explains Human Motivation

Graphic of the stage theories of Kohlberg, Erikson, and Piaget. (Jean Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development, Lawrence Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Development, and Erik Erikson's Stages of Psychosocial Development.) Study for ASWB/LCSW!

Graphic of the stage theories of Kohlberg, Erikson, and Piaget. (Jean Piaget& Theory of Cognitive Development, Lawrence Kohlberg& Stages of Moral Development, and Erik Erikson& Stages of Psychosocial Development.) Study for ASWB/LCSW!

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