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Development through life : a psychosocial approach

Author: Barbara M Newman; Philip R Newman
Publisher: Belmont, CA : Wadsworth Cengage Learning, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 11th edView all editions and formats
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"Newman and Newman take a chronological approach to the study of the life span, drawing on the psychosocial theory of Erik Erikson to provide a conceptual framework for the text. Newman and Newman address physical, intellectual, social, and emotional growth in all life stages, focusing on the idea that development results from the interdependence of these areas at every stage, and placing special emphasis on optimal  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara M Newman; Philip R Newman
ISBN: 9781111344665 1111344663 9781111344689 111134468X
OCLC Number: 730147504
Description: xxiii, 623 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: 1. The development through life perspective --
2. Major theories for understanding human development --
3. Psychosocial theory --
4. The period of pregnancy and prenatal development --
5. Infancy (first 24 months) --
6. Toddlerhood (ages 2 and 3) --
7. Early school age (4 to 6 years) --
8. Middle childhood (6 to 11 years) --
9. Early adolescence (12 to 18 years) --
10. Later adolescence (18 to 24 years) --
11. Early adulthood (24 to 34 years) --
12. Middle adulthood (34 to 60 years) --
13. Later adulthood (60 to 75 years) --
14. Elderhood (75 until death) --
15. Understanding death, dying and bereavement --
Appendix: The research process.
Responsibility: Barbara M. Newman and Philip R. Newman.

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"Newman and Newman take a chronological approach to the study of the life span, drawing on the psychosocial theory of Erik Erikson to provide a conceptual framework for the text. Newman and Newman address physical, intellectual, social, and emotional growth in all life stages, focusing on the idea that development results from the interdependence of these areas at every stage, and placing special emphasis on optimal development through life."--Product description.

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