PMID: 2673196Jun 1, 1989

Developmental psychiatry: a perspective

The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry
S Solinski

Abstract

A brief historical introduction to developmental psychology puts twentieth century views into perspective. The ideas of continuity, critical periods and predictability are examined. The case for a developmental perspective of human development is argued, and the tenets underlying such a model are suggested. The utility of the study of human development is discussed.

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