Chronosystem is a term used in Ecological systems Theory that refer to changes in the individual or the environment that occur over time and influence the direction development takes. Chronosytem are the environmental changes that occur over time and have an effect on the child. It also refer to temporal changes in ecological systems producing new conditions that affect development. In Bronfenbrenner's theory , Chronosystem is the temporal dimension : Individiduals, the systems in which they are embedded, and resources all may change over time.

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