A Topical Approach to Life-span Development

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McGraw-Hill, 2002 - Developmental psychology - 579 pages
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This book is about human development-its universal features, its individual variations, its nature. Every life is distinct, a new biography in the world. Examining the shape of life-span development allows us to understand it better. The book is about the rhythm and meaning of people's lives, about turning mystery into understanding, and about weaving a portrait of who each of us was, is and will be.

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