Assignment: Life-Span Psychology

This paper must be typed, contain at least five current and relevant sources, and the body of the paper itself be at least five pages in length. It is also necessary to follow APA formatting for this paper. Research Paper

Topic: Child Abuse and the effects.

It can be anything about the different forms and how it effects children, even if it leads into adolescence. Results, studies, info,how to deal with it etc.

I’m willing to pay $30 and it is due early Tuesday morning April 16th.

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