Lifespan Development - Biological domain
Lifespan development is something that relates to the ways how a person matures and changes over the course of one’s life. It works with a series of different standards that relates to a number of different standards in varying courses of one’s life.
The first of these standards is that of one’s biological domain. This relates to the bodily changes that one is dealing with. The changes in one’s growth and how the body is maturing are also used. This is a part of lifespan development that can end up being more important in one’s early stages of life but can also be important later on as the body weakens over the course of life.
The cognitive domain refers to the mental processes that one is working with. This includes working to see how things can change in life. People will begin to perceive things in different ways over the course of life and also use different reasoning processes. Many people will end up developing different problem solving skills.
The main thing about this part of lifespan development is that it involves the mind changing. A problem development of one’s mind is needed so a person can think about things in a proper manner.
The psychological domain is something that relates to the attitudes that a person has and how they can evolve over time. A person will begin to experience attitudes towards different ideas at an early age but when a person matures and uses a more advanced cognitive domain it will be easier for the psychological domain to develop properly.
The emotions that one has and one’s personality can be factored into the psychological domain. The way how a person interacts with others in a social environment can also be impacted within one’s psychological domain.