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by Guy R. Lefrancois

Download Of Children: An Introduction to Child Development eBook
ISBN:
0534219365
Author:
Guy R. Lefrancois
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Wadsworth Publishing; 8 edition (November 9, 1994)
Pages:
688 pages
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1849 kb
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1336 kb
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1492 kb
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4.8
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Find nearly any book by Guy R Lefrancois. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Lefrancois (Author). Guy Lefrançois is the author of leading Thomson Learning textbooks in child and adult development (OF CHILDREN AND THE LIFESPAN), and in Educational Psychology (PSYCHOLOGY FOR TEACHING). He is currently at the University of Alberta. ISBN-13: 978-0534526054.

Lefrancois is known for his friendly, student-oriented writing, which includes personal anecdotes that bring the material to life in a unique and involving way.

As in previous editions, this book approaches the study of child development from an inside/outside perspective, looking at children from an abstract or research-based point of view as well as from a personal or experiential perspective. The whole child is addressed at each stage of development in a chronological format with each stage presenting physical, cognitive, social, and emotional facets of the child. Strong coverage of research, theory, and issues in developmental psychology is augmented with examples to show their implications to students.