Early childhood Psychology

Early childhood is sometimes referred to as the preschool years. This is a period of the life span after infancy and before the child begins formal schooling. This is typically from ages 3 to 5 or 2 to 6 years.

At this age, many children will have their first formal learning experiences—including learning to socialize with others without a parent present. In some cases, parents may have to deal with a child’s aggression toward others, or with helping them deal with other children’s aggression toward them.

  • Child Development Stages
  • Attachment Theory
  • Early Learning and Education
  • Developmental Milestones
  • Psychological Disorders in Early Childhood
  • Socioeconomic and Cultural Influences

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