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School: University of Oregon
Professor: Azim F. Shariff
Tags: Psychology
Name: Psychology 202 Mind and Society- Lecture 7
Description: This lecture covers development. It includes several examples and charts to help explain certain theories. Nature vs. nurture is also discusses. 7 Pages
Uploaded: 05/01/2014
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School: University of Oregon
Professor: Azim F. Shariff
Tags: Psychology
Name: Psychology 202 Mind and Society- Lecture 7
Description: This lecture covers development. It includes several examples and charts to help explain certain theories. Nature vs. nurture is also discusses. 7 Pages
Uploaded: 05/01/2014
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