The term childhood is non-specific and can imply a varying range of years in human development. Developmentally, it refers to the period between infancy and adulthood. In common terms, childhood is considered to start from birth. Some consider that childhood, as a concept of play and innocence, ends at adolescence. In many countries, there is an age of majority when childhood officially ends and a person legally becomes an adult. The age ranges anywhere from 13 to 21, with 18 being the most common.

Child psychology is perhaps one of the more common subcategories of psychology, and for good reason. No parent wants to see their child "abnormal" or severely different from his or her peers in school.
Proper nourishment and nurture during childhood is a very essential aspect of how the child will grow up to develop and become his (or her) own individual. A child psychologist is often sought after by parents who simply want to reassurance that nothing is wrong with their child. Because of the often erratic and sometimes unpredictable behaviors by children, child psychology is a specialty field that may often seem a tad more prosperous than other fields of psychology

It is important for a child psychologist to have some extra patience because of the vast exposure and interactivity with children of all ages. In some cases, a child psychologist will have to deal with cases of autism or attention deficit disorder, which will require even more patience. Child psychology happens to be one of the subfields of psychology that may call for exceptionally patient and understanding individuals; however the rewards of being a child psychologist can be quite gratifying and worthwhile. Children are often easier and more fun to work with than for example, a patient in his middle ages who is diagnosed with a severe case of schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. Child psychology can definitely have its trials and tribulations to face, but child psychology can also definitely be one of the more easygoing and relaxed subfields of psychology.
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Praising Children: Some Helpful Hints for Parents
Kamal U. A. Chowdhury
Associate  professor
Department of Clinical Psychology
Dhaka University
Do you know when you care for a child's mind you protect the child's rights?
Farah Deeba
Clinical Psychologist
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Clinical Psychology, Dhaka University
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