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Human Development: A Life-Span Approach (4th Edition)
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For undergraduate courses in Human Development, Lifespan Development, Developmental Psychology offered in departments of Psychology, Human Ecology, Education, Early Childhood Education, Nursing and Social Work. In an approach that reflects the fascinating story of our development and the development of others around us, this text encourages students to examine their lives and the lives of others to understand how we've become the individuals we are today, and to think about how our development will change throughout our lives. Using a unique and flexible organization, that combines the best of both the topical and chronological formats, and an eclectic theoretical perspective, students are introduced to the main concepts and theories important to understanding developmental psychology. Many anecdotes, real-life examples, and special features, drawn from the author's extensive experience as a Marriage, Family and Child Counselor make this text a practical and interesting read. Flexible Organization - Chapters are organized so that professors can teach the course either topically or chronologically allowing more flexibility in how the material is presented. The last three parts of th
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)305.2 — Social Sciences Social Sciences Social groups ; Inequality Age groups
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