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Answered By: Michael Pujals Last Updated: Feb 13, 2020 Views: 34
The first question you want to ask is "What do I want to know about child adolescent development?' This gives you a good starting place for your research.
Next I would suggest starting with a book on the topic. Books provide a good general overview of a topic. Start with the library's online catalog and try two different searches:
- Without quotes -- child adolescent development
- With quotes -- "child adolescent development"
You'll get two different sets of results.
Try looking for an article in Iceberg. Iceberg searches most of our article databases, so you should be able to find something.