Developmental stage theories are theories that divide child development into distinct stages which are characterized by qualitative differences in behaviour. There are a number of different views about the way in which psychological and physical development proceed throughout the life span. In addition to individual differences in development, developmental psychologists generally agree that development occurs in an orderly way and in different areas simultaneously.

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  • 発達段階(はったつだんかい、英: developmental stage)とは、他の年齢時期とは異なる特徴を持っている年齢時期のまとまりをさす。 個体の発達過程がなだらかな連続的変化だけでなく、飛躍的に進行する非連続的変化をも表すと考える時、相互に異質で独自の構造を持つとされる一定の区分された時期。
  • Developmental stage theories are theories that divide child development into distinct stages which are characterized by qualitative differences in behaviour. There are a number of different views about the way in which psychological and physical development proceed throughout the life span. In addition to individual differences in development, developmental psychologists generally agree that development occurs in an orderly way and in different areas simultaneously.
  • Le développement psychomoteur est l'évolution des acquisitions sensorielles, motrices et cognitives d'un individu au cours de sa vie. Il est évaluable par l'analyse de son comportement . Ce développement est important chez le nourrisson et l'enfant, période de la vie où les acquisitions sont très nombreuses. Un retard de développement psychomoteur peut évoquer une pathologie neuropédiatrique ou pédopsychiatrique.
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  • 発達段階(はったつだんかい、英: developmental stage)とは、他の年齢時期とは異なる特徴を持っている年齢時期のまとまりをさす。 個体の発達過程がなだらかな連続的変化だけでなく、飛躍的に進行する非連続的変化をも表すと考える時、相互に異質で独自の構造を持つとされる一定の区分された時期。
  • Developmental stage theories are theories that divide child development into distinct stages which are characterized by qualitative differences in behaviour. There are a number of different views about the way in which psychological and physical development proceed throughout the life span. In addition to individual differences in development, developmental psychologists generally agree that development occurs in an orderly way and in different areas simultaneously.
  • Le développement psychomoteur est l'évolution des acquisitions sensorielles, motrices et cognitives d'un individu au cours de sa vie. Il est évaluable par l'analyse de son comportement . Ce développement est important chez le nourrisson et l'enfant, période de la vie où les acquisitions sont très nombreuses. Un retard de développement psychomoteur peut évoquer une pathologie neuropédiatrique ou pédopsychiatrique.
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  • Developmental stage theories
  • Développement psychomoteur
  • 発達段階
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