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Developmental psychology is a branch of psychology that studies the physical, cognitive, and social development of individuals from conception to adulthood. It examines how and why people change over time and how these changes are related to biology, environment, and experience. Key areas of research in developmental psychology include prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. The field also explores the development of emotions, personality, and social behavior, as well as the development of thinking, problem-solving, and language abilities.
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