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What is child psychology?


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2015-09-14 16:08:23
2015-09-14 16:08:23

While specific job duties depend on where a child psychologist chooses to specialize, a few of the typical tasks may include: Diagnosing and treating learning or developmental disabilities, Working with clients to manage behavioral issues, Administering psychological tests, Conducting scientific research on childhood development, Working with a health team to create a unique treatment plan for a client

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