Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
This online course explored the three phases of development over a human lifespan: physical, cognitive and social development; and considered the key transitions associated with these phases of development, examining the psychological changes and exploring how and why these changes happen.
2 weeks, 6 hours per week
Associate Professor and Director of Education for the School of Psychological Sciences
average test score
- Explain a range of terms used in developmental psychology.
- Describe different research designs and critical considerations in developmental psychology.
- Identify some of the key transitions associated with different phases of development throughout the lifespan.
- Compare the various theories that help us understand cognitive and social development.
- Introduction to human development
- Lifespan theories
- Stages of development
- The final stage of our lifespan
Issued on 1st October 2018
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