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Human Development

Human Development This chronologically organized text designed for the mainstream Human Development course continues to showcase the author team s trademark of clear accessible writing The Eighth edition introduces a n

  • Title: Human Development
  • Author: Diane E. Papalia Sally Wendkos Olds Ruth Duskin Feldman
  • ISBN: 9780071180054
  • Page: 315
  • Format: None
  • This chronologically organized text,designed for the mainstream Human Development course,continues to showcase the author team s trademark of clear,accessible writing The Eighth edition introduces a new pedagogical learning system,making the text even valuable and easy to use for students Applauded by adopters for its combination of research coverage with applicatioThis chronologically organized text,designed for the mainstream Human Development course,continues to showcase the author team s trademark of clear,accessible writing The Eighth edition introduces a new pedagogical learning system,making the text even valuable and easy to use for students Applauded by adopters for its combination of research coverage with applications and real life examples,the text continues to include superior coverage of cross cultural topics and issues facing the disabled,in addition to exceptionally good coverage of health issues and applications.

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    1. Diane E. Papalia Sally Wendkos Olds Ruth Duskin Feldman

      As a professor, Diane E Papalia has taught thousands of undergraduates at the University of Wisconsin Madison She received her bachelor s degree, majoring in psychology, from Vassar College and both her master s degree in child development and family relations and her Ph.D in life span developmental psychology from West Virginia University She has published numerous articles in such professional journals as Human Development, International Journal of Aging and Human Development, Sex Roles, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology and Journal of Gerontology Most of these papers have dealt with her major research focus, cognitive development from childhood through old age.

    175 Comments

    1. I bought this book after I had taken an university course about "Development ´s Psicology" in order to understand the procces of learning in science and education. After that, I have discovered in this book an excellente guide for understanding the different stages in the human beings psicological development and according to this information, work in the correct way of informing and teaching other people about complex information in science.



    2. It's a big, heavy, whopper of a book, but is currently the best text-book I've had the pleasure of reading. Not because of the content, but the delivery.The content is fine: it's comprehensive and draws on countless available sources to create this collection of research into the human lifespan. Unfortunately, I have a personal dislike for reliance on statistical information - especially when the research was done decades ago, or on irrelevant generational comparisons. For instance: perhaps a re [...]


    3. This is an in depth look at the growth and development of the human mind and behavior. It examines and compares numerous theories like a good text should.



    4. I have not read everything in this 640-page book, but I went through it page by page, and found it very interesting. The book is a Human Development manual, explaining how humans become humans - how, from before birth and onto death, we develop and show our humane character to the world: how we learn and socialise, how we face trauma and hardship, what is the importance of learning and social interaction and family life, how we cope with time's passing, how we deal with each other and with our o [...]


    5. Compré este libro porque era requerido para una de mis clases de educación, la profesora comentó que es uno de los libros recomendados como estudio para tomar el examen para la certificación como maestra. El texto es comprensivo y la mayoria de las veces fácil de leer y entender. El tema del cual trata -como su nombre lo indica- es el desarrollo humano desde su formación (nacimiento), pasando y enumerando todas las etapas de la vida hasta el final de la misma; concentrandose principalmente [...]


    6. No es algo que leería por gusto, pero se ve que es un muy buen libro. Muy completo y todo es muy sencillo de comprender, sobretodo porque tiene pequeñas anotaciones de cosas claves. No sé. thumbs up mil.


    7. A best way to learn human life span. From the early life all the way to the end.Papalia, Olds & Feldman (2003) inform us about physical, cognitive and psychosocial determinants contributed in human development!


    8. Abarca las distintas etapas del desarrollo humano desde un enfoque cronologico, asi como el aspecto cognitivo, motor, psicosocial. Se encuentran tambien los principales teoricos y sus teorias mas relevantes.


    9. hmmm secara ini buku wajib wajib di baca wajib di pahami wajib di mengerti wajib di hapalin kekekekekekekebuku yang bagus kelebihannya: banyak contoh2 yang upto date cocoklah buat para mahasiswa hehehe


    10. Honestly, this is the best psychology book I ever read, despite the demand the course gave me, I love both the book and the course. I think Human Development is the best class I take in this semester. Fun class with great textbook, and I'm all in.




    11. it`s about all human development. simple english, quite applicable, provide a lot of experiment studies.


    12. this is a text book when i study psychology. there's so much that we can find if we want to know about our life i mean really our life step by step in physical, emotional, psychology, etc.


    13. It´s great! It helps you to understand more about human actions and development. Also it has a lot of examples, which I don´t like it so much, but the investigations are interesting.






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