Have questions about developmental psychology? Here are some answers I previously gave on discussion lists and in response to e-mails. You are invited to ask questions, from the most scholarly questions of professors and graduate students, to the most practical questions of teachers and parents, and to the most personal questions of adolescents and children.
Should boys and girls be segregated in schools?
At what ages do children and adolescents experience an imaginary audience?
Is the fundamental attribution error consistent across cultures or does it develop in culturally-specific ways?
How does attachment theory work with infants limited long-term memory capacity?
Was Piaget a psuedo-scientist like Freud or a rigorous scientific developmental psychologist?
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