Written for a non-specialist audience, From Birth to Late
Adulthood: An Introduction to Lifespan Development explores human
psychological development from conception to late adulthood. The
book opens with a discussion of the discipline itself, in order to
prepare students to appropriately contextualize and interpret the
material. It then moves on to discuss the cognitive, emotional, and
social aspects of psychological development, and to consider all of
these in conjunction with issues of diversity. From Birth to Late
Adulthood: An Introduction to Lifespan Development provides
students with essential information without being overwhelming or
inaccessible to introductory students. Of particular note is a
preface to the text that reviews methods for studying and learning
successfully. The book can be used in undergraduate psychology
courses, and is also well-suited to professional courses in
nursing, social work, and education.
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