Monday, 12 October 2015

Developmental process

We understand development as a process of qualitative and quantitative changes we suffer throughout our lives. These changes are mainly physical and mental. Focusing on the mental ones, they can be conditioned by a wide variety of external factors such as the environment in which the person lives, their family, their culture or the historical period in which the person is growing.

Besides these factors, they can also interfere in the developmental process the called 'turning points' (important, good or bad moments) that have conditioned in one way or another our developmental process.

Finally, highlight the theory that development is a process that has no end: it is always evolving and transforming, it never ends.

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