Exploring Lifespan Development (2nd Edition)Author:
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Pub Date: 2010
Laura E. Berk is the author of Exploring Lifespan Development (2nd Edition), published 2010 under ISBN 9780205748594 and 0205748597. One hundred eighty five Exploring Lifespan Development (2nd Edition) textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, eleven used from the cheapest price of $11.33, or buy new starting at $62.19. [read more]
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This particular author has written a number of books on this subject. She tends to write the same thing in each of her books, so I really didn't learn a lot more than I had from her other book.read more
This book covered human development over the course of a lifetime. It covered the basics, but if a person wanted to know more about a specific period of the lifespan, additional materials would be needed.
Excellent book. Organized in a way that makes sense and is easy to read and follow.read more
The way we process things at different ages in life Very interesting learning tool
It really helped me in my lifespan course. It helped me to better understand the concepts of the class, learning about the life from conception to deathread more
It gave great examples of how to understand the material
More up to date pictures and information. Some of the pictures looked very outdated.read more
How organized it was. It was very easy to read and to understand.
I would change it to a hard back book but other than that it was a good book.read more
The book covered everything it needed for the class I took.
Primary subject is developmental psych. However yhe book sometimes was not clear on the different theories being addressed.read more
Didn't like the graphics because sometimes it seemed that they didn't go with the subject that was being discussed.
The stories that connected the topic to people's lives made it easier to relate toread more
The chapters seemed to be all over the place and the way they separated the age groups didn't really seem logical to me
This book was easy to read and understand because it was very detailed in the way it described the different stages of life that we will all experience. As a result, I was able to receive a very strong A in this class.read more
I learned in detail the various stages of human development such as the milestones of infants to the different stages that older adults experience.
I've had other books that were easier to follow and more interesting.read more
Human Growth and Development. It was effective at covering the topic.
There was a lot of unneeded fluff in it. It was repetitive and a little fluffy.read more
The summaries were really good and the color helped keep my focus.
Pub Date: 2010