Life-Span Development

Life Span Development Driven by learning goals previous editions of this text have been widely adopted for their accurate and up to date coverage While maintaining these hallmarks this revision includes increased coverag

Driven by learning goals, previous editions of this text have been widely adopted for their accurate and up to date coverage While maintaining these hallmarks, this revision includes increased coverage of adulthood and aging, two new Interlude features on research and diversity, and updated research with 21st century citations than ever before.

  • ☆ Life-Span Development Ò John W. Santrock
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Life-Span Development

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  1. I had to read this for a Developmental Psych class Hated the class, but actually enjoyed the book It made the subject attainable and the stories mixed in kept it interesting The subject matter could be very dry otherwise.

  2. Great bookGood class for Life Span Development The exercises were helpful I recommend this book Take your time and enjoy the learning process.

  3. Karakteristik perspektif masa hidup berlangsung seumur hidup, multidimensi biologis, kognitif, dan sosioemosi , multiarah ada yang berkembang dan ada yang menyusut , plastis plastisitas kapasitas untuk berubah , multidisiplin kontekstual tipe pengaruh pengaruh normtif berdasarkan usia, sejarah dan no normatif.Konsepsi usia Usia kronologis sebenarnya , usia psikologis kapasitas adaptif individu , usia sosial ibu dari seorang anak berusia 3 tahun, kurang akurat Teori teori perkembangan kognitif 1 [...]

  4. Overall the book was okay It was not the most engaging read and some chapters dragged The book unfortunately presented a handful of the material in a way that was far too dull for my taste There were some better chapters sections, and a few interesting points, but a majority of it glazed over information learned in previous courses such as an intro to Psychology course and made it feel repetitive for learning I did like the presentation of the material inside the books, so it was at least aesthe [...]

  5. Throughout the book, the author inserts data that dampens the outlook of aging I think a fresh prespective would be to include how to maintain a healthy lifestyle, not just statistics on death, obesity, etc Why not teach readers about nutrition and exercise, dealing with evitable stress loss, change, aging, health concerns, etc , etc It doesn t have to read like a self help book, but let s balance the negative aspects with some positive ones.

  6. I have decided I officially hate psychology First of all, the book has so many typos and errors I had a hard time not looking for as I was reading Second, it was so boring I had a hard time staying awake I wonder why people would spend their entire lives trying to figure out if a baby can distinguish between an airplane and a bird Who cares I certainly don t.

  7. I think the only thing I didn t like about the book is the fact that I had to get the brand new version for my human development class and it cost 120 for a paperback The book has a lot of interesting information and I really like how the chapters are split up.

  8. Not the first time I ve taken a final exam First time I ve taken a final exam in the middle of the night while simultaneously battling mosquitoes.

  9. Great resource for any people working with early adults all the way up to late adulthood Perfect for people in the field of childcare but check out the newer edition

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