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Lifespan Development: A Psychological Perspective

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Lifespan Development: A Psychological Perspective
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Publisher: College of Lake County
Number of pages: 436

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Developmental Psychology, also known as Human Development or Lifespan Development, is the scientific study of ways in which people change, as well as stay the same, from conception to death. This textbook introduces the idea of lifespan development from a psychological perspective.

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