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by David R. Shaffer

Download International Version for Developmental Psychology: Childhood and Adolescence eBook
ISBN:
053436361X
Author:
David R. Shaffer
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Wadsworth Publishing; 5 edition (July 28, 1998)
Pages:
641 pages
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1813 kb
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1276 kb
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Cengage Advantage Books: Developmental Psychology: Childhood and Adolescence

Cengage Advantage Books: Developmental Psychology: Childhood and Adolescence.

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Developmental Psychology book.

PSY210 Chapter 7 - Summary Developmental Psychology: Childhood & Adolescence. Chapter 7 14 15 Shaffer & Kipp.

Developmental Psychology: Childhood & Adolescence. PSY210 Chapter 7 - Summary Developmental Psychology: Childhood & Adolescence. 2Pages: 9year: 17/18. 1Pages: 18year: 17/18.

As a result, you will gain an understanding of developmental principles that will help you in your roles as parents, teachers, nurses, day-care workers, pediatricians, psychologists, or in any other capacity by which you may one day influence the lives of developing persons.

As a result, you will gain an understanding of developmental principles that will help you in your roles as parents, teachers, nurses, day-care workers, pediatricians, psychologists, or in any other capacity by which you may one day influence the lives of developing persons

David R. Shaffer is a Professor and Undergraduate Coordinator of Psychology at the University of Georgia, where he focuses on the Social and Life-Span Developmental Psychology Programs

David R. Shaffer is a Professor and Undergraduate Coordinator of Psychology at the University of Georgia, where he focuses on the Social and Life-Span Developmental Psychology Programs. He has been teaching courses in human development to graduate and undergraduate students for nearly 30 years

Developmental Psychology : Childhood and – 1 March 2012.

Developmental Psychology : Childhood and – 1 March 2012. by David Shaffer(Author), Katherine Kipp(Author). David R. He has been teaching courses in human development to graduate and undergraduate students for nearly 30 years.

by David R. Shaffer & Katherine Kipp. I cannot do all the good that the world needs, but the world needs all the good that I can do. ― Jana Stanfield. When I'm 64. 281 Pages·2006·1. 2 MB·2,632 Downloads·New!, personality, and life-span psychology in four areas: motivation and behavioral change; socioemotional.

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  • playboy
First of all, I got this as a rental for Kindle because the price was significantly cheaper. Overall I haven't noticed any major editing problems besides a few dashes splitting words that were obviously supposed to span two different lines. Not a big deal. The pictures are fine, but the charts are barely readable... and by barely readable I mean you have to really squint to sort of see what they say. For the price though, I'd recommend the Kindle version over the hardcover.

I have the physical copy of the previous edition of this book and the contents are basically the same.. you could probably get by using that edition as it's much cheaper.
  • Hellmaster
I wrote the instructor's test bank for the 2001 Sixth edition of the Shaffer text book: 504 pages of multiple choice and essay test questions, supplied to faculty who teach with the book. Shaffer's book is organized as a "topically arranged" textbook. About half the child psych textbooks are topically arranged ---- each chapter has a topic, and all age levels are considered. This arrangement allows greater in-depth coverage opf the ,material than the chronological arrangement of half the titles in this area. The advantage of the chronological arrangement is that there is better awareness of the kids getting older as the semester progresses. Today, I use both arrangements, with a topical book in the fall semester and a chronological book in the spring semester. I did NOT adopt the Shaffer 6/e book as my topical book: It is for an upper division course in child psychology, and noticeably harder than the chronological text I have adopted. I had to select a lower-division topical book instead (Seigler, DeLoach, & Eisenberg: How Children Develop, 1/e). But I have several copies of the Shaffer book on reserve at the library, for extra credit testing. Shaffer's book is advanced and students will need to read it slowly and carefully. BEST CHAPTER is Ch. 12: The Self & Social Cognition.. My main criticism of the Shaffer book is that 99% of the narrative is identical between the fourth, fifth, and sixth editions. When writing the 6/e Test Bank, I told the editor that the ONLY ORIGINALITY in the entire Sixth Edition project was my Test Bank (90% fresh questions); the book, study guide, and Instructor's manual were 99% identical to the previous edition. ----- Psychology professor, Gallup NM
  • Flower
I am not an avid textbook reader. Actually, I never open my books. However, I love this textbook. It is fascinating and well-written, consisting of an odd "flow" which makes it a pleasure to read. The kindle format is wonderful, though the tables do not show up on my Kindle and require Kindle for PC.

As textbooks go, this is my favorite. It is not boring, like so many of them, and yet is written in an easy-to-understand language. Buy it - you won't regret it.
  • Malaunitly
I enjoyed the textbook; found myself reading it even when I didn't have to. It's a terrific resource for anyone who works with children.
I also purchased the loose-leaf format because it was the least expensive at the time. I quickly fell in love with it! I only had to take the chapters I needed to class with me, so I didn't have to lug a heavy book around.
I will buy loose-leaf whenever possible from now on!
  • GYBYXOH
Really helped with my developmental psych class.
  • Madis
Had to get this for my developmental psychology class.
It went over a lot of developmental issues.
Had many words defined throughout the book.
I bought it new, so the book was in nice condition.
  • Bev
Everything is great!
Not a text that provides an interesting and engaging method of learning. Other than being mandated for the course, it would not be recommended as a reference source for permanent retention in a student's library.