Psychosocial Development Description of Children's Pre-school

Pre-school children are children aged more than 3 years to 6 years. Preschoolers have a golden age (the golden age) in their development accompanied by the maturation of physical and psychological functions that are ready to respond to various activities that occur in their environment. Pre-school age children is a period of development of children's ability to solve their own problems according to their knowledge, thus resulting in the development of initiative abilities. Stimulus is often prohibited or blamed resulting in children losing initiative, easy to feel guilty and not creative when they become adults. The study aims to determine the description of psychosocial development in preschool age children

Author(s): Livana PH, Esti Mediastini and Yazid Basthomi

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