Experience Human Development, 12th EditionAuthor:
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Pub Date: 2011
Diane E. Papalia is the author of Experience Human Development, 12th Edition, published 2011 under ISBN 9780078035142 and 0078035147. Three hundred two Experience Human Development, 12th Edition textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, seventy six used from the cheapest price of $15.79, or buy new starting at $73.48. [read more]
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The book discusses the development of humans and the milestones that one achieves throughout life. The book was extremely effective in covering these topics.read more
This book did a phenomenal job providing real-life examples that allowed the reader to get a more basic and simple understanding. Additionally, I constantly felt as though the book was simplifying each concept and provided strong conclusions.
The order of the topics, couldve been arranged better.read more
The online tools that were stated in the book itself.
It gave me descriptions and examples, which I was able to easily relate to and therefore, better understand the material for the course.read more
The tables and graphs, which condensed down important information and was easier to visualize and understand.
The text was easy to read and bold vocabulary words were easy to find in the marginsread more
Not necessarily from the book but the coarse in general. I may be changing to a psychology major instead of my previous major
The most useful thing I learned was the different timing and stages of lifespan psychology.read more
It was laid out well with clear, concise information.
It was well explained, very detailed and helped very much.read more
I wouldn't change anything, there are many detailed examples that helped me out.
psychology class life span and development, went through life changes and ways of people being brought up in certain situations and the effects fron infancy to old ageread more
I really enjoyed it, if anything more on children that was my favorite section of the book
I didn't like the layout of this book. Didn't match my class very much. But I do like the information inside !(:read more
Human development (: it was a very interesting class but this book had little bit different information.
This book helped me understand the many aspects of life that one will go through starting from birth, to childhood, to middle adulthood, and into older adulthood. There are so numerous mental, emotional, physical, and social changes everyone goes through throughout their lifetime; it was very inspiring to learn about!read more
The primary subject of this book was human development. This book covered everything one goes through throughout their lifespan development; awesome book!
The entire book is useful and very well organized. Layout was very helpful in learning the material.read more
Probably the information in early childhood because I have a young child.
The main psychological theories to use for the course.read more
The graphs and definitions located on the sides of each page in each chapter.
I used infrequently due to length of text. Some of the chapters have more filler than actual information.read more
I would reduce the filler content and streamline the information more.
Pub Date: 2011