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Publisher: Wadsworth Cengage Learning
Carol k. Sigelman and Elizabeth A. Rider is the author of life-span Human Development 7th edition, published under ISBN 9781111342739 and 1111342733. Five hundred eighteen life-span Human Development 7th edition textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, one hundred twenty eight used from the cheapest price of $13.45, or buy new starting at $280.86. [read more]
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Life Span Psychology. It covers the psychological and biological aspects of human life from conception to death. It was effective as it chronologically depicted the development and hazards of mental health over a span of a life.read more
I learned a lot about how our society tries to approach and explain certain issues people come across in life. It shows how random and also how predictable some diseases are and how we can help by understanding and trying to make people in these undesirable situations comfortable.
Great way to learn about your life before you enter that stage.read more
I thought it was interesting and it touched base where society does not want to notice-such as gay marriage. The book is up to date with modern time. That is the difference between other books.
This book demonstrates mulitple aspects of human development across the lifespan. Most interestingly, the final chapter on death and dying proved to be the most fascinating for me personally.read more
The use of real world examples were most useful. The authors went into great detail and provided a sincere, concise, collegiate-level explanation of human development across the lifespan.
Developmental Theories because It teaches the different things and thoughts that have to do with human developmentread more
Life-Span and Human Development. I am in school for Nursing. So it was very useful
Nothing, I really enjoyed this book! It was very detailed of the different stages of human development and how various conditions both environental and biological affect a person psychologically. I really enjoyed the course as well at my university, and this book really helped my studies in pursing a Psychology degree.read more
The details of the different psychological perspectives on human development.
I might change the order of the chapters. In my class we were having to skip around chapters, however, that could have just been my instructor making things more difficult.read more
It's worded well and easier to read and there are diagrams and photos that help you understand.
There were no least helpful parts to this book, I learned from all of it.read more
The glossary in the back of the book proved to be most helpful to me.
I learned alot about the dynamics of a person's development from birth until death. It also was very detail oriented in the stages and theories on development for all age groups.read more
I enjoyed the readability of this textbook. It was broken up well and easy to understand.
It covers the basic psychology topics but adds the development from conception to death.read more
It basically discusses the stages from conception to death and deals with some psychology aspects.
I found some of the material to be redundent. Other than that, it was interesting and I got a lot of good information.read more
The stages of life starting from infancy to death.
The book is written well and easy to understand. The Chapter Summary at the end of each chapter is very helpful.read more
I enjoyed the sections about children. The discussion of gender development is a hot-button issue right now when it come to questions of homosexuality. I enjoyed the section about acquiring gender stereotypes.
I didn't use the book although my teacher made the students buy it. What a waste of my money but it looks like a great bookread more
I don't know I never even opened it. My teacher made her students but the book but we didn't even use it.
Publisher: Wadsworth Cengage Learning