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by Kathleen Stassen Berger

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ISBN:
1429216271
Author:
Kathleen Stassen Berger
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Worth Publishers; Seventh edition (January 1, 2008)
EPUB book:
1993 kb
FB2 book:
1748 kb
DJVU:
1816 kb
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Rating:
4.6
Votes:
405


Kathleen Stassen Berger completed her undergraduate education at. .This book has good content, but the Kindle format was very hard to navigate.

Kathleen Stassen Berger completed her undergraduate education at Stanford University and Radcliffe College, earned her . from Harvard University and an . from Yeshiva University. The students Kathleen Berger teaches every year come from diverse ethnic, economic, and educational backgrounds representing a wide range of interests and consistently honor her with the highest teaching evaluations.

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Kathleen Stassen Berger's The Developing Person Through the Life Span is a perennial bestseller instructors depend upon for an authoritative portrait of the field. Enhanced with carefully crafted learning tools, its warm narrative style and emphasis on diverse lives and universal themes that speak directly to students.

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8 Behaviorism Classical conditioning - Ivan Pavlov ( ) (also called respondent conditioning), a process in which a person or animal learns to associate a neutral stimulus with a meaningful stimulus, gradually reacting to the neutral stimulus with the same response as to the meaningful one. 9 Behaviorism Operant conditioning - . Skinner ( ) (also called instrumental conditioning) a learning process in which a particular action is followed either by something desired or by something unwanted.

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Kathleen Berger’s acclaimed survey of developmental psychology across the life span is always up to date, always .

Kathleen Berger’s acclaimed survey of developmental psychology across the life span is always up to date, always inclusive of cultures from every corner of the globe, and always compelling in the way it shows students the everyday relevance of field’s theories, ideas, and discoveries.

"The seventh edition comes with significant revision of cognitive development throughout childhood, revised and updated chapters on adolescence, and more attention to emerging and early adulthood. It is a thorough revision with new research on everythingfrom genetics to the timing of puberty, including brain development, life span disorders and cultural diversity. It also includes new learning features promoting critical thinking, revision and application." - product description.
  • Swordsong
Nice textbook. Needed for one of my classes. It is very big so a 2 inch binder is needed to store the textbook. After a while, some of the pages will need hole protectors as the holes began to rip. Overall, it worked fine for my class.
  • Shliffiana
I have taken a lot of classes. This book is just so generic text book it's boring. It Is also ridiculously heavy. There are pictures that the authors use to ask questions to engage critical thinking. They are so tiny it's hard to even look at them and see the details they are describing.
  • Malann
I personally can't stand textbook prices and I always try and investigate if the "old" version will work for my class. This book is all but identical. Some of the chapters are re-worded but that is all. I would buy this over the "new" version aka a different picture on the front of the book.
  • spacebreeze
I rented this book online. FIRST its expired BEFORE the date I rented it through. So I paid AGAIN despite having originally paid to rent it until my semester ended. WORST yet every single time I opened my kindle to use the E-book, it would say my preview had expired and I would have to resend the ordered rental to my device. I would do this multiple times before it would work. When trying to do homework on deadline, this is incredibly frustrating and detrimental.
  • Hellblade
Amazon book rental is the way to go. Very reasonable prices.
  • Ceroelyu
This book has good content, but the Kindle format was very hard to navigate. When i read through a chapter, I had no idea how long or short it was, or how much further in the chapter I had to go, unless I reviewed the material before i read it. I disliked that unless I was on the chapter page with all the links I could not jump to particular sections of the text. I would have liked to have the "master chapter outline" outside of the text box in a navigation bar, for ease of use.

I also disliked that the content was organized by "locations" instead of correlating pages to the physical text book. I disliked it because a book this size there are tens of thousands of "locations" that are in this book.

The images that were in the book were in the Kindle edition, but all the charts and graphs were very small and low resolution, and some were barely readable. I would have liked to zoom into the images, to get information and detail, more so than the zoom feature they have for the text. Additionally, the bookmark feature was difficult to control and arbitrary. If I book marked a page, the book mark would only reference the first line of the page, not necessarily the content i wanted to reference. Plus I found it frustrating that neither the highlighting feature nor the notes feature did not work on this book.

If you are getting this for a class, which I bet you are, I wold buy the electronic version from another company, with PDF style page references and more navigation control.
  • Uriel
This is the WORST psychology book in the world! I don't know how the Psychology department chose this book, they obviously didn't read it or look through it. The first few chapters are ok, but after that it falls apart. The book jumps around and breaks up theories making it hard to follow, making very hard to study. I would give the bookno stars if I could.
Over all it is an easy book to read, until you get to sections that talk in circles. I also do find that there are some biases in the book, weather they were just overlooked in the editing process or are intentional to press their opinion.