These pages are some notes about psychosocial developmental stages of life. The I find the stages fascinating, and they are presented here in table form.
Since there was only one reference for this section, I have included it here.
Newman, B. M. & Newman, P. R. (1991). Development Through Life A psychosocial Approach (5th ed.). Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company.
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