Developmental Psychology

Department of Physiology, Bioethics and Biosafety

The answer for reality – prof. N.M. Volkova

The educational discipline ” Developmental Psychology” creates a common notion on the psychological development of people alon the life course. It is about biological, psychological, cognitive, social and emotional change changes that occur at different stages of the lifespan, and the various contexts in which they occur. Discuss theoretical perspectives regarding these changes. Consider the interplay between heredity and environment.  Review current research in developmental psychology. “Developmental Psychology” as an academic discipline is based on previously studied by students in secondary school subjects such as “Safety”, “General Biology”, “Physiology”, “Biology of Animal”.

The subject “Developmental Psychology” provides students with a foundation for further assimilation of knowledge of relevant theoretical and clinical practical vocational subjects taught under the curriculum, providing for the formation of teaching abilities to apply knowledge of “Developmental Psychology” in further education and in professional activities.