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Child Development I & II Educ& 115 & 122: Help with Identifying Sources

Child development from prenatal to early adolescence.

What is this page for?

Sources are wherever you are getting your information from.

They can be magazine articles, newspaper articles, scholarly or academic journal articles, Internet websites, books, ebooks, blogs, twitter feeds, interviews or streaming videos, and much  more.

Understanding what kinds of sources you are looking at or for can help you narrow down the research process and help you verify reliability


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