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Summary: Discuss potential effects of deprivation or trauma in childhood on later development

Descriptive but concise response to this learning outcome in IB DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, HL or SL Studies (with dates) - yellow highlight Thesis statement - blue text and underlined Corrections to original draft - green or red text Analysis included

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