What Are the Five Stages of Human Development?

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The five stages of human development are psychosocial, cognitive, psychodynamic, existential/gestalt and systemic. The development of a human being starts at the prenatal stage when the zygote develops into the foetus and then it is born. Development continues into puberty and adolescence then into adulthood.
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