Administration on Aging —
The Administration on Aging (AoA), a part of the federal Department
of Health and Human Services, web site provides information for
Older Americans, their families, and others involved in providing
opportunities and services to enrich the lives of older persons and
support their independence.
Development and Aging Newsletter — The APA Division 20 (Adult
Development and Aging) Newsletter. A few selected articles from
each issue, since the 1996 issues, are available online.
Alzheimer Web — A major source of information about Alzheimer's
Disease and research into its causes and possible cures.
Division 7, Developmental Psychology Page
Division 20, Adult Development and Aging Page
APA - Qs and As about Memories of Childhood Abuse
List — Information and resources about infants and young
children for parents and parents-to-be.
Embryology Review Program — View the appearance of the embryo
during the embryonic and fetal periods. Follow the developmental
Adolescent Studies Home Page — The Adolescence Directory On-Line
(ADOL) is of particular interest. ADOL is an electronic guide to
information on adolescent issues, including health and mental health
issues, and resources about conflict and violence reduction.
The Child Psychologist
— Rene Thomas Folse has created a site that focuses on Specific
Disorders and Other Reasons for Concern about the behavior of
children, and Treatment, Resources and Remediation of some of these
disorders and concerns. You will also find links to information
about specific diagnostic tests.
ChildStats.gov — Provides access to federal and state statistics
and reports on children and their families, including: population
and family characteristics, economic security, health, behavior and
social environment,and education.
The Death Clock — How much
time do you have left?
Developmental Psychology - Internet Information
Erik Erikson's 8 Stages of Psychosocial Development Tutorial
ParentsPlace.com — First 9 Months - A multimedia journey ... —
You will need a a "late model" browser and QuickTime to see it all,
but it is more than worth the time.
Kohlberg's Theory of Moral Development Tutorial
of Moral Development
Pregnancy. Birth, Childbirth, Breastfeeding
Development and Education, An Overview of — Piaget, Kohlberg,
Turiel, and Gilligan.
That Schools Shortchange Girls — Do schools shortchange girls?
Obviously not everyone agrees.
Oxygen.com — Offers an
extensive listing of material relating to the topics of
developmental psychology. Another form of
calendar is among the offerings.
Partnership for Caring
— A great site for information about important "end of life"
issues. The state-specific Advance Directives packages are of
JEAN PIAGET'S THEORY OF DEVELOPMENT — A good "tutorial" covering
Piaget's bio, views on childhood intellect, stages of development,
and conservation experiments.
The Jean Piaget Society
Should children be told fairy-tales? — Arguments for and
against, from 1903.
UMHS Heath Topics
A to Z — Includes many topics of interest to developmental
psychology. A great resource.
Embryo - Learn about the 23 stages occurring in the first
trimester of pregnancy and every two weeks of the second and third
trimesters. Navigate through the 40 weeks of pregnancy and preview
the unique changes in each stage of human development. There is an
extensive bibliographic glossary and some interesting games you can
Vygotsky's Cultural/Cognitive Theory Of Development
Development Theory — A brief summary of Vygotshy's theory. .
Home Page for The WonderWise Parent — Free on-line courses,
programs, radio commentaries, and parent-child humor are provided by
Dr. Charles A. Smith, at Kansas State University.
Childhood Development Resources
Parenting Resources (General)
Parenting Resources (Education)
and Child Welfare
Developmental Disabilities and Special Needs
Development and Aging