From the teenage years to retirement, each phase of life presents different challenges and new experiences.
Examining the patterns of development throughout the lifespan, the authors provide key insights into how we...
From the teenage years to retirement, each phase of life presents different challenges and new experiences.Examining the patterns of development throughout the lifespan, the authors provide key insights into how we experience the world, and they examine how established theories have been challenged by recent changes to the understanding of human development.Whatever your level of study, this absorbing introduction will give you a deeper appreciation of the different life phases and how psychological principles aid our understanding of them.Show Less
Written for the new A Level syllabus but not limited to one specification and includes added coverage for undergraduates
Both series editors are well-known to teachers and students; they have written textbooks and are A Level examiners
1. Stage Theories of Lifespan Development
2. Ecological Theories of Human Development
3. What Is Adolescence?
4. Social Teenagers
5. From Teenagers to Early Adults
6. From Early Adults to Mid-Lifers
7. Old Age and Development: Towards Successful Ageing
8. Towards a New Positive Theory of Human Development.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
- Issues, Debates and Approaches in Psychology Ian Fairholm
- Emotion Science Elaine Fox
- Psychology, Mental Health and Distress John Cromby, Dave Harper, Paula Reavey
- Attachment Across the Lifecourse David Howe
- Psychology of Addictive Behaviour Antony C. Moss, Kyle R. Dyer
- Health Psychology Karen Rodham
- Serious Stat Thom Baguley
- Schizophrenia Kevin Silber
- Research Methods and Statistics Ian Walker
- Meaning in Life Joel Vos
- Models of Mental Health Gavin Davidson, Jim Campbell, Ciarán Shannon, Ciaran Mulholland
- Critical Statistics Robert de Vries