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Human Growth and Development
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The study of Growth and Development can help us to know a ...

The study of Growth and Development can help us to know a person more thoroughly and thereby be better doctors than were we to meet our patients without such informational prompting. One can follow various developmental "tracks" longitudinally from birth to death, for example, following the development of motor, language or cognitive capacities and skills from the beginning of life to its end. Alternatively, one can study the individual at various cross-sectional stages/ages of life. Examples of this are seen in the lectures on Adolescence or Late Life. The longitudinal tracks and cross-sectional stages complement one another in our efforts to learn more about patients. Knowing more about Growth and Development will help you to generate questions when talking to or hearing about a patient that will deepen your knowledge about them, questions that otherwise might not have occurred to you.

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Health, Medicine and Nursing
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Tufts University
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Adam J. Geyer
Anne Hurley
Bessel van der Kolk
Carolyn D'Ambrosio
David Adler
Elaine Alpert
John Petrozza
Jonathan Schindelheim
Kathleen Faulkner
Leher Singh
Ludwig von Hahn
Paul Summergrad
Robert Reece
Stanley Sagov
Sumer Verma
Veronica Reed Ryback
Women in South Asia from 1800 to Present, Fall 2006
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Exploration of the changes and continuities in the lives of South Asian ...

Exploration of the changes and continuities in the lives of South Asian women. Using gender as a lens, examine how politics of race, class, caste, and religion have affected women in South Asian countries, primarily in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Current debates within South Asian women's history illustrate the issues and problems that arise in re-writing the past from a gendered perspective. Primary documents, secondary readings, films, newspaper articles, and the Internet.

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Arts and Humanities
Religious Studies
Law
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M.I.T.
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Author:
Roy, Haimanti