Child Development: A Thematic Approach
Child Development covers all ages through adolescence, focusing on a distinct domain of developmental psychology in every chapter and emphasizing theory and research. In order to help students think like researchers, the authors present a thematic approach that consistently ties findings to the six themes underlying the study of human development--the role of nature and nurture; the influence of sociocultural context; the active role of the child; continuous vs. stage-like development; the interaction of various domains of development; and the prominence of individual differences in development.
Specifications of Child Development: A Thematic Approach
|Author||Danuta Bukatko, Marvin W. Daehler|
|Number Of Pages||605|
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