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Books by Kathleen Stassen Berger.

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Shane Becker rated it really liked it Jul 15, PsychologyDevelopmental Psychology. This brief, original, chapter textbook was created from page 1 to address the challenges teachers and students face when covering the entire life span in a semester or even a quarter! Also, it seems to be laid out like a lot of philosophy and science books Further Information More on LaunchPad.

The new edition of this developmental psychology textbook incorporates a wide range of new research, especially in fast-moving areas such as brain development and psychopathology. The First Two Years 3.

Dozens of new research citations on topics such as brain development and psychopathology New critical thinking questions stassne the margins, encouraging students to reflect on what they are reading The new Data Connections featurewhich gives students a hands-on-approach to understanding the data in child development.


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I had to read this for my Human Development course. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Invitation to The Life Span

Want to Read saving…. The Social World Part Four: Close friends are wanted and needed. The subjects she dug into were not that interesting and there were more that could have been explored with more depth.

Eh, didn’t want to take the class but needed another social science elective so there it is Must-read for everyone who works with children, wants to work with children, or have children!

Please enter the letters displayed. This textbook can also be purchased pifespan the breakthrough online resource, LaunchPad, which offers innovative media content, curated and organised for easy assignability.

V rated it really liked it Mar 29, In particular, I felt her chapter on Late Adulthood suffered from too sparse coverage although she did treat ageism with enough depth to satisfy and inform.

While the author has an upbeat writing style, the book felt like Lifespan lite. Perhaps Berger’s book is intended for undergraduate audiences. Elizabeth rated it really liked it May 25, Her chapter on death and dying was too little to be interesting and missed some topics that would have served the serious student.

If you have to read it, just get through it is my suggestion. The Social World Part Six: Hali rated it it was amazing Jul 23, Jan 09, Leslee Ramoran rated it liked it. LaunchPad’s intuitive interface presents quizzing, flashcards, animations and much more to make learning actively engaging.


I personally appreciate the anecdotes through the chapters instead of just a vocabulary set invitattion memorize for exams.

The Social World Epilogue: About Kathleen Stassen Berger. One of the better text books I’ve read.

Invitation to the Life Span – Kathleen Stassen Berger – Macmillan International Higher Education

Berger subscribes to the theory that humans are over-populating the Earth. The information was laid out in a very organized, easy to follow format. I will most definitely refer back to this textbook when raising children or if I ever have to work with children.

Mab rated it liked it Jul 03, Justin rated it liked it Dec 22, Since I read the book I wanted it to count towards my Good Reads goal. I think being interested in how and why people live the way they do helped. This is the text book I had to read for my Life Span Psych class.

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