Child Development or Psychology? Which one is easier?
which class is the easiest?
- JacyLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
These classes are very similar. I would say that child development is easier as psychology has many more medical terms. Here is a plus for each to help you make your decision. Child Development is helpful when you someday have your own children, you know what to expect a bit more. Psychology is helpful if you have a strange family, you may begin to understand people better. I majored in Child Development with a minor in Psych.
- 1 decade ago
I took a class that was "Psychology of human development" and then I also took "Psychology." I'd have to say that psychology was the easier of the two. The human development class focused mainly on child development but it had a TON of pyschological issues infused within the course.
Psychology = A
Development Class = B+
I'd go for psychology.Source(s): Took both. :D
- Anonymous4 years ago
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