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In 2007, Janet Belsky'sExperiencing the Lifespanwas published to widespread instructor and student acclaim, ultimately winning the 2008 Textbook Excellence Award from the Text and Academic Authors Association. Now that breakthrough text returns in a rigorously updated edition that explores the lifespan by combining the latest research with a practicing psychologist's understanding of people, and a teacher's understanding of students and classroom dynamics. And again, all of this in the right number of pages to fit comfortably in a single term course.
Table of Contents
Part I: The Foundation Chapter 1: The People and the Field Chapter 2: Prenatal Development, Pregnancy, and Birth
Part II: Infancy Chapter 3: Infancy: Physical and Cognitive Development Chapter 4: Infancy: Socioemotional Development
Part III: Childhood Chapter 5: Physical and Cognitive Development Chapter 6: Socioemotional Development Chapter 7: Settings for Development: Home and School
Part IV: Adolescence Chapter 8: Physical Development Chapter 9: Cognitive and Socioemotional Development Chapter 10: Constructing an Adult Life
Part V: Early and Middle Adulthood Chapter 11: Relationships and Roles Chapter 12: Midlife
Part VI: Later Life Chapter 13: Later Life: Cognitive and Socioemotional Development Chapter 14: The Physical Challenges of Old Age Chapter 15: Death and Dying