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What Are the Principles of Growth and Development in Psychology?

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The principles of growth and development describe how babies and children gain control of their bodies and how they learn information and skills in a set order. In psychology, growth and development principles have to do with discovering a self, beginning with recognizing oneself in a mirror and identifying relationships with parents and others. Included in all of these principles is the fact that people grow and develop at very different rates.
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