A Brief Overview of Developmental Theory, or What I Learned in the FOLA Course

Reams, Jonathan (2014) A Brief Overview of Developmental Theory, or What I Learned in the FOLA Course. Integral Review, 10 (1). pp. 123-149.

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Abstract

This article describes the history and development of developmental theory from a lay person perspective. It covers some of the main strands of how developmental theory has grown, focusing on ego stage theories and dynamic skill theory as the main examples of soft and hard stage models. It also touches on how measures of these models relate to the theories. Reflections on the relative merits of each strand are considered, as well as implications for broadening the scope of awareness of developmental theory among the larger population of integrally informed practitioners.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Psychology > Human Development
Depositing User: Jonathan Reams
Date Deposited: 03 Nov 2016 16:29
Last Modified: 03 Nov 2016 16:29
URI: http://scholarship.meridianuniversity.edu/id/eprint/72

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