Lifespan Development : NZ Perspectives

Author(s): Jason Low & Paul Jose

Non Fiction

The experience of developmental change is universal; it is the approach to developmental investigation that varies according to each particular geographical and cultural landscape. "Lifespan Development: New Zealand Perspectives" explores this idea by bringing together in one volume the work of leading New Zealand researchers on human development, and placing it in the context of current international research. The text is divided into six parts, covering the methodology of developmental psychology research; foundations of development; cognitive and language development; social development; contextual development; development in late adulthood. The book is relevant for under-graduate developmental courses in psychology, education or nursing. It provides fascinating insights into human development at all life stages, and will be a valuable resource for professionals in the fields of psychology, education and healthcare, as well as for the interested lay reader.


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General Fields

  • : 9781877383038
  • : longnz
  • : longnz
  • : 255x210mm
  • : books

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  • : Jason Low & Paul Jose
  • : Paperback
  • : 200pp