Developmental Psychology

Developmental Psychology is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by the American Psychological Association since 1969, covering developmental psychology. The first editor-in-chief was Boyd R. McCandless (Emory University).

American Psychological Association
United States
Impact factor
3.555 (2009)

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Psychology & Psychiatry

Can children read maps at the age of four?

Children start to develop the basic skills that underlie map reading from the age of four, according to new research from the University of East Anglia.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Researchers find early emergence of procrastination in children

A new study out of Brock's Developing Memory and Cognition Lab shows there may be more to those heartfelt requests from toddlers for "five more minutes" before heading to bed than researchers have previously understood.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Can a computer teach babies to count?

When Jinjing Jenny Wang embarked on a two-year study to determine whether infants experience any cognitive benefits from watching someone count out loud on screen instead of in person, she had already seen what affect such ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Study finds that experiences of daily stress decrease as people age

Stories about how daily stress can negatively impact people's lives, from physical health to mental and emotional well-being, are frequently in the media. But there is good news about the experience of daily stress as people ...

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