Human Growth and Development
+ FREE delivery
RRP $46.00 You save $11.09 (24%)
Fewer than 10 available at this price
Short Description: What is it that determines what sort of person we become?... Read more
What is it that determines what sort of person we become?
Is a child's future personality already determined at birth, or is a newborn baby like a blank sheet, waiting to be written on by life?
Is our personality determined by anything, or do we choose for ourselves who we are, create
ourselves out of nothing?
This bestselling introduction to emotional, psychological, intellectual and social development throughout the lifespan will help you explore these questions and many more.
Written for students training for careers in the helping professions, including nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, teachers and counsellors, the book covers topics which are central to understanding people whether they are clients, service users, patients or pupils. Following the shape of a human life, beginning with birth and ending with death, it combines theoretical concepts and reflective learning to help you develop an understanding of what makes human beings grow and change over their lives to inform your decisions and professional practice.
Human Growth and Development Paperback edition by Chris Beckett
- Chris Beckett
- Hilary Taylor
- SAGE Publications Ltd
- Publication date
- Apr 12, 2016
- Edition Number 3; Revised
- Product dimensions
- 186 x 231 x 15mm
The Birth of a Human Being: What Makes Us Who We Are?
The Balancing Act: Psychodynamic Insights
A Secure Base: The Importance of Attachment
The Emergence of Reason: The Developing Ability to Understand
Making Connections: Ideas from Behaviourism
Who Am I Going to Be? Adolescence, Identity and Change
Acting Like a Grown-up: Challenges of Adulthood
Access to Adulthood: Growing up with a Disability
No Man Is an Island: Family Systems and Their Life Cycle
It Takes a Village: ASociological Perspective
Coming to a Conclusion: Themes in Old Age
That Good Night: Death, Dying and Bereavement