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Human Development

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Human Development Teaching and Learning Group , Portland State University

Copyright Year: 2021

Publisher: Portland State University Library

Language: English

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Reviewed by Jenny Dozier, Assistant Professor, Department Chair, Tidewater Community College on 7/30/22

Attention is called to key terms through bolded text, however, there is no stand alone index or glossary. It should be noted that this text focuses on areas of cognitive development as they pertain to social and emotional growth through the... read more

Reviewed by Glenn Fox, Professor, Tidewater Community College on 7/28/22

The book does well on the topics it covers. However, the topics covered are more a selection than anything else. For instance, physical development is left out entirely, while the text has a thorough and sophisticated coverage of theories of... read more

Reviewed by Sarah Murray, Affiliate Faculty, Metropolitan State University of Denver on 6/30/22

Very clear and concise index and glossaries. The textbook is laid out well and highly comprehensible. It has a nice aesthetic and easy to access different sections. read more

Reviewed by Diana Kim, Lecturer, Leeward Community College on 2/25/22

This text covered the major topical areas of human development in a thorough and concise format. The textbook contains ten (10) major units, with each unit covering a developmental stage, and broken into smaller sections of theories and concepts.... read more

Reviewed by Marjorie Schaeffer, Assistant Professor, Saint Mary's College on 12/23/21

Overall, this text is very thorough in its coverage of human development across the lifespan. The textbook begins with a strong outline of consistent themes and theorists across the lifespan, and integrates these ideas into each chapter as well.... read more

Table of Contents

  • Unit I: Meta-theories
  • Unit 2: Research Methods
  • Unit 3: Infancy
  • Unit 4: Family
  • Unit 5: Early Childhood
  • Unit 6: Middle Childhood
  • Unit 7: Adolescence
  • Unit 8: Early Adulthood
  • Unit 9: Middle Adulthood
  • Unit 10: Late Adulthood

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  • About the Book

    This open textbook is designed for Human Development, a core Psychology course. This course provides a bird’s eye view of major milestones and developmental tasks during each age period, starting at conception and ending with old age.

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