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Theories of Development: Concepts and Applications is a comprehensive and engaging introduction to the study of human development. Written by renowned developmental psychologist William Crain, it provides readers with an accessible yet comprehensive overview of the major theories of development, from classical to contemporary perspectives. The book begins by exploring the historical and philosophical origins of human development, discussing the major figures and theories that have shaped our understanding of this complex process. It then moves to explore the major concepts underpinning the study of development, from the role of genetics to the influence of the environment. Each is discussed in clear, accessible language, with direct applications to real-world scenarios. The book also covers the major theories of development, from Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic theory to Jean Piaget's cognitive theory. Crain's narrative style is engaging and informative, providing an extensive overview of the key concepts of each theory in an easy-to-understand manner. The book goes beyond theory, exploring the application of these theories in a variety of contexts, from counseling and education to parenting and public policy. With its comprehensive yet accessible approach, Theories of Development: Concepts and Applications is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in understanding the complexities of human development.
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Theories of Development: Concepts and Applications

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Theories of Development: Concepts and Applications is a comprehensive and engaging introduction to the study of human development. Written by renowned developmental psychologist William Crain, it provides readers with an accessible yet comprehensive overview of the major theories of development, from classical to contemporary perspectives. The book begins by exploring the historical and philosophical origins of human development, discussing the major figures and theories that have shaped our understanding of this complex process. It then moves to explore the major concepts underpinning the study of development, from the role of genetics to the influence of the environment. Each is discussed in clear, accessible language, with direct applications to real-world scenarios. The book also covers the major theories of development, from Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic theory to Jean Piaget's cognitive theory. Crain's narrative style is engaging and informative, providing an extensive overview of the key concepts of each theory in an easy-to-understand manner. The book goes beyond theory, exploring the application of these theories in a variety of contexts, from counseling and education to parenting and public policy. With its comprehensive yet accessible approach, Theories of Development: Concepts and Applications is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in understanding the complexities of human development.
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