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CONTENT:
I.V. Nosco. Developmental Psychology and Developmental Psychology, 2003
The textbook on the course of developmental psychology and developmental psychology, one of the main for students of psychological and psychological-pedagogical faculties, outlines the basic approaches to understanding and explaining the patterns of human mental development that have developed in foreign and domestic psychology. Various aspects of the development principle in psychology and its main categories are considered. A model of subjective reality and the periodization of its development in ontogenesis are presented; steps, periods and stages of development of the subjectivity of a person within the framework of his individual life.

The training manual contains a selection of materials taking into account the requirements of the State educational standard.

Conclude the training manual dictionary of basic concepts and test items.
SUBJECT OF PSYCHOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT AND AGE PSYCHOLOGY HISTORICAL SKETCH
Subject, methods, interdisciplinary connections of developmental psychology and developmental psychology
Isolation of developmental psychology and developmental psychology into an independent field of psychological science
Modern foreign developmental psychology and developmental psychology
Development psychology and developmental psychology in the works of Russian psychologists
GENERAL ISSUES OF PSYCHOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT AND AGE PSYCHOLOGY
Development concept
Age and age categories
Development periodization
Integral periodization of the development of subjective reality
PSYCHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF AGE STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT (CHILDHOOD. ADOLESCENCE. YOUTH.)
Childhood phenomenon
Prenatal development and birth
Infancy
Early childhood (1 year - 3 years)
Preschool age (3 years - 6.5 years)
Adolescence (adolescence) - 10 - 15 years
Youth (14 - 18 years old)
PECULIARITIES OF THE MENTAL DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONALITY IN THE PERIODS OF MATTERING, MATURITY AND AGING
Adulthood (30 - 42 years)
Maturity (44 - 60 years old)
Aging and old age (62 years - ...)
Death as a crisis of an individual’s life

Books and textbooks on the discipline Age Psychology:

  1. T.V. Dutkevich. Child Psychology - 2012
  2. A. S. Fomichenko. The causes of aggression in childhood - 2010
  3. A.N. Yashkova, N.F. Sukharev. Age Psychology - 2009
  4. Teaching aid. Developmental Psychology and Developmental Psychology - 2006
  5. Uruntaeva G.A .. Child Psychology - 2006
  6. Wenger A.L. (ed.). Psychological Lexicon - 2005
  7. L.S. Vygotsky. Human Development Psychology - 2005
  8. Bowlby John. Creation and destruction of emotional bonds - 2004
  9. Ed. V.E. Sorry. Age Psychology - 2003
  10. Ermolaeva M.V. Developmental Psychology: A Toolkit for Part-time and Distance Learning Students - 2003
  11. Kuraev G.A., Pozharskaya E.N. Age psychology - 2002
  12. Khukhlaeva O. V. Psychology of development: youth, maturity, old age - 2002
  13. O.V. Skripchenko, L.V. Dolinska, Z.V. Ogorodnіychuk. Vіkova and pedagogical psychology - 2001
  14. Kulagina I.Yu., Kolyutsky VN .. Age psychology: The full life cycle of human development - 2001
  15. Mukhina V. S. Age psychology: phenomenology of development, childhood, adolescence - 1999
  16. Kulagina I, Yu .. Age psychology (Development of a child from birth to 17 years) - 1999
  17. Abramova G. S .. Age Psychology - 1999
  18. Abdurakhmanov R.A. Ontogenesis of mental processes and human personality - 1999
  19. Averin V.A. Psychology of children and adolescents - 1998
  20. R.P. Efimkina. Child Psychology - 1995
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