As a developmental psychologist you will encounter parents who want to


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As a developmental psychologist you will encounter parents who want to compare one childs development to another

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As a developmental psychologist you will encounter parents who want

to compare one child's development to another. They may be concerned about how their new child is progressing. How do you best explain these differences in a way that does not minimize the parental concerns? I am sure there are some great stories that have occurred in your lives. Please feel free to share them but also include information from outside sources that addresses the reasons parents should not compare the achievements or lack thereof of their child to other children. Also, speak to why it is important to know the different developmental milestones.

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