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Course SummaryIf you need help getting ready for the Human Growth and Development CLEP exam, check out our flexible study guide course. Get the best grade you can on the test by working through the video lessons at your own pace and taking the quizzes to assess your understanding of key human growth and development topics. This Study.com course was last updated in 2018.
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This Human Growth and Development CLEP test prep course can help you earn a form of college credit accepted by almost 3,000 colleges and universities. Watch our entertaining videos and check your understanding of important developmental psychology concepts with short quizzes. You can leverage your knowledge of the developmental theories and stages associated with infancy on up through late adulthood into three hours of college credit for far less than it costs to enroll in a school's semester-long course. We've also included self-checking lesson quizzes, chapter quizzes and a final exam sthat provide you with immediate feedback on your progress. You can also leave questions for our subject-matter experts if you get stuck at any point during your studies.
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Questions on the Human Growth and Development CLEP exam test your ability to meet the following learning objectives. We have lessons addressing each of them, so you can show up to your exam appointment assured that you've been studying topics covered on the actual test.
- Compare the various theoretical approaches to human growth and development, including those of Freud, Erikson and Piaget
- Understand the research methods used in the study of human growth and development
- Illustrate the ways in which genetics affect intelligence and temperament
- Outline the role genetics play in the development of psychological disorders
- Explain the stages of development from infancy to adulthood
- Describe how the five senses develop
- Assess changes to intelligence throughout the life span
- Define and defend Lev Vygotsky's theory of cognitive development
- Compare theories of creativity and intelligence development
- Diagram the stages of language development
- Explain Erikson's stages of psychosocial development
- Outline Levinson's stages of adult development
- Understand attachment theory as it relates to infants
- Survey developmental abnormalities, mood disorders and other mental health conditions
Altogether, this course includes 121 video lessons covering everything from genetics and biological development to family systems and intelligence theories. Instruction is divided into 15 chapters, which means you can watch, revisit and review topics in whatever order you please.
CLEP Human Growth and Development Exam Information
Acceptable scores on this CLEP exam can applied towards your degree program in lieu of a college's human growth and development course. Students might take this class to meet their major's social science general education requirements or prepare for more specialized study in the field of psychology, sociology or a related field.
- Number of Questions: About 90
- Question Type: Multiple choice
- Time Limit: 90 minutes
- Number of Credits: 3
- Exam Cost: $87
CLEP Human Growth and Development Exam Breakdown
|CLEP Human Growth and Development Exam Concept||Percent of the CLEP Human Growth and Development Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|Theoretical Perspectives||10%||9 questions||11|
|Research Strategies and Methodologies||5%||4 questions||6|
|Biological Development Throughout the Lifespan||10%||9 questions||18|
|Perceptual Development Throughout the Lifespan||7%||6 questions||6|
|Cognitive Development Throughout the Lifespan||12%||10 questions||8|
|Language Development||8%||7 questions||5|
|Intelligence Throughout the Lifespan||4%||3 questions||8|
|Social Development Throughout the Lifespan||10%||9 questions||20|
|Family, Home and Society Throughout the Lifespan||8%||7 questions||4|
|Personality and Emotion||8%||7 questions||7|
|Schooling, Work and Interventions||5%||4 questions||8|
|Atypical Development||5%||4 questions||15|
CLEP Human Growth and Development Exam Preparation and Registration
This study guide is designed to cover all of the topics addressed on the CLEP Human Growth and Development exam.You'll explore details about human development stages and theories, learning processes, language and social development stages, and various disorders and behaviors associated with atypical development.
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