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Child Psychology

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Author(s): Hoppe-Graff, Siegfried | Fraas, Hans-Jürgen
[German Version] I. General – II. Psychology of Religion I. General The child is the subject of different psychological subdisciplines, for example developmental psychology, educational psychology, psychology of culture, and clinical psychology. The following presentation mainly adopts the perspective of developmental psychology and looks into the question of the point of view from which psychologists describe and explain the development (Development: III) of the child in the first years of life. 1. Children and their world. The changes in our view of childhood and our scientific understanding of children during the past 60 years are nowhere better documented than in each new edition of the Handbook of Child Psychology, which first appeared in 1946 and is indisputably the most authoritative work in the field of child psychology. When we compare th…