1. Prenatal development, birth, the newborn, infants, and toddlers (0 - 2 yrs). Observation Module One (unnarrated footage): Infants and Toddlers. 2. Early childhood (2 - 5 yrs). Observation Module Two (unnarrated footage): Early Childhood. 3. Middle childhood (5 - 11 yrs). Observational Module Three (unnarrated footage): Middle Childhood. 4. Adolescence (12 - 18 yrs). Observational Module Four (unnarrated footage): Adolescence.
Dr. K. H. Trotter received her Ph.D. in psychology with a specialization in developmental psychology from the University of Tennessee in 1996. She taught for several years as assistant professor at Chattanooga State and served as a behavior management specialist for the college's child development center. Currently, she teaches part-time and works as a consultant developing software and other educational supplements. Dr. Michie Swartwood received her Ph.D. in psychology, with a specialization in developmental neuroscience, from the University of Tennessee in 1994. She then completed a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in developmental disabilities at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, working in both Developmental Pediatrics, with the birth to age 5 population, and in the school age Learning Center. Currently, she is an Assistant Professor of psychology at the State University of New York, Cortland, where she teaches courses in psychology of exceptionality and conducts research on frontal lobe development and executive function, with a specific interest in ADHD.