Reading Response Two: Self and Social and Moral Development

In chapter three of our textbook, Woolfolk, Winnie, and Perry highlight the importance of self, social, and moral development in terms of growth. All of these aspects begin to develop at a young age, and depending on a child's influence, class, race, and/or gender, they can develop at different rates. One important aspect of development …

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Reading Response One: Cognitive Development

After having read about the cognitive development we go through as we age, I was able to make connections to my own life. Of course, everyone goes through cognitive development in their own lives, but what really stuck out to me was the question, are we more influenced by our genetic makeup, or by our …