What Is Continuity Vs Discontinuity in Development?

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Continuity versus discontinuity in development refers to the question of whether development is solely and evenly continuous, or whether it is marked by age-specific periods. Continuity development describes development as a relatively smooth process, without sharp or distinct stages, through which an individual must pass. Meanwhile, discontinuous development describes development as a series of discrete stages, each of which is characterized by at least one task that an individual must accomplish before progressing to the next stage.
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