Human Development across the Life Span: Educational and Psychological Applications

Synopsis

This new collection of writings describes the recent thinking of psychologists and educators regarding interactive development across the spectrum of competency domains within the individual. Significant research efforts emphasizing innovations in qualitative methodology, pedagogical refinements, and therapeutic interventions--both remedial and prophylactic--are presented to illustrate recent applications of current life-span development theorizing.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Leonard D. Zaichkowsky
  • Peter Haberl
  • Henry Dupont
  • Roselmina Indrisano
  • Jeanne S. Chall
  • Leonard D. Zaichkowsky
  • Peter Haberl
  • Henry Dupont
  • Roselmina Indrisano
  • Jeanne S. Chall
  • Carole Greenes
  • Michael J. Parsons
  • Dawn E. Schrader
  • Betsy Speicher
  • Gil G. Noam
  • Lyn Mikel Brown
  • Marianna Lawrence Cayten
  • Ronald F. Levant
  • Jack Demick
  • Mark B. Tappan
  • James M. Day
  • Myriam H. L. Naedts
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1999