Identify The Three Domains Of Development
Identify the three domains of development, as described in Chapter 1.
The three domains of adult development are physical development, cognitive development, and social and emotional development. The interesting fact about the study of physical development is that it not only looks at obvious physical changes but at the unseen changes such as changes in the brain (Witt, Mossler, 2010, p. 3). Although both the study of physical development and cognitive development look at the brain, the study of physical development focuses on the actual physical changes of the brain. The study of cognitive development focuses on the mental changes of the brain. The last domain concentrates more on a person’s emotions and personality. As Witt and Mossler put it, “it is an overall description of your abilities, traits, and personality” (2010, p. 8). discussing the theories of adult development?
It is important to consider each domain of development because they all affect each other and are in constant change which last a lifetime (Witt, Mossler, 2010, p. 3). As Witt and Mossler also state that “each category shows distinctly different types of development and different schedules of development; they are, however, not separate” (2010, p. 3).
Why is it important to consider each domain in the study of adult development?
Because this is a very helpful way for everyone to know where they are in life. An I think that it would be interesting to see if you feel you are where they say your age falls. My mother always said, that childhood experiences will shape you into the type of adult you will be and this will guide you in your future as an young adult and beyond. As a young children we begin to acquire effective stragegies for focusing and solving problems from our parernt an enviornment as we age from a small child to young adult and beyond we incresasingly acquire a greater undersatnding of how to regulate and control...
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