Potential overlap between times and/or ages.

When preparing to write the paper, it is helpful to draw two timelines (one for each person) and mark the
timelines with the respective ages and years. When you put these timelines next to (or on top of) each
other, you get a better idea of potential overlap between times and/or ages. Then mark important events
and make notes of physical, cognitive, and socioemotional changes along the timeline. Make sure you are
using the terminology we introduced in the first couple of sessions to describe events/development as
normative age-graded, normative-history graded, or non-normative. Furthermore, include information about
influences on development during each timespan. Classify these influences as sociocultural, biological,
psychological, or lifestyle (or lifecycle) factors.