Through out the term, I think I would remember concepts I learned at the child psychology for a long time. Unfortunately, it is not because I wanna be an expert in that area (I wanna study forensic psychology later on), but because I studied that part by applying theories we learned to my childhood.
I have some pictures which show object permanence in one year old baby. That picture was taken when I was one year old. My parents leave me in stroller on the middle of the road and hid behind the tree. And took a picture of me how I react to that. My response was divided into three stages first: look aroud second: freeze third: cry. I asked my mom why she took those pictures and she said "It was fun!" Like this, I have some other pictures related to Piaget's theory.
Since I was young, I have decided to have four kids! I don't know why but I decided in that way and I still want to have four babies if I can, Obviously, it would be really burdensome to take care all of them and raise them properly. However, I think if I apply concepts that I have learned at the development psychology, I could raise my kids very well!