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Experiencing the Lifespan
Experiencing the Lifespan by Janet Belsky is an award-winning and widely adopted textbook highly praised by both instructors and students because of its conciseness. The new edition has been updated with new information and is suitable for introductory level courses. It offers an in depth exploration of the lifespan of humans, discussing the foundation,...
Experiencing the Lifespan by Janet Belsky is an award-winning and widely adopted textbook highly praised by both instructors and students because of its conciseness. The new edition has been updated with new information and is suitable for introductory level courses. It offers an in depth exploration of the lifespan of humans, discussing the foundation, infancy, childhood, adolescence, early and middle adulthood, and later life stages. Author Janet Belsky explains prenatal development, pregnancy, and birth, as well as the physical and cognitive development and socioemotional development of each life stage. The final portion of Experiencing the Lifespan (ISBN 9781429219501) is dedicated to later life, which covers topics such as the physical challenges of old age and death and dying. Students find it easy to understand the life span as it is discussed in a chronological order. The textbook not just offers solid information on the changes of humans; it also engages students to reflect on the changes that happen to them. This short and concise textbook is only 550 pages long, which makes it an excellent textbook for single-term developmental psychology classes. This textbook is widely available; students can find it online and in bookshops and even at rentals. Author Janet Belsky is an innovative writer and professor often commended for her entertaining yet authoritative approach to the subject. She is a member of the Middle Tennessee State University faculty. She received her undergraduate degree from the University and her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Chicago. Aside from college references, she also authored Here Tomorrow: Making the Most of Life After 50.
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