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reversed by the administration of the right nutrition and an optimistic experience. A developmental theory can be revealed as a systematic statement of principle they provide. They are used to generalize the coherent framework for understanding the changes of persons as they age. Sigmund Freud and Jean Piaget describe development as a series of stages. A stage is a time in development in which people display typical behavioral trends and establish particular capacities. The ages have similar assumptions: for one people pass through stages following a specific order for which each stage is built on the capacities of the previous stage. Secondly the stages are related to ages. The lastly development is discontinuous with qualitative different capacities coming up in each stage. Sigmund Freud takes responsibilities of many controversial theories in which the lifespan development is one of them. Freud believes that in the first six years of development there are three stages and each stage...

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Life Span Perspective

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