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Table of Contents Part 1 — Beginnings 1. Studying development 2. Theories of development 3. Biological foundations, genetics, prenatal development and birth. Part 2 — The first two years of life 4. Physical and cognitive development in the first two years 5. The first two years: Psycho-social development. Part 3 — Early childhood 6. Physical and cognitive development in early childhood 7.
Psycho-social development in early childhood. Part 4 — Middle childhood 8. Physical and cognitive development in middle childhood 9. Psycho-social development in middle childhood. Part 5 — Adolescence Physical and cognitive development in adolescence Psycho-social development in adolescence. Part 6 — Early adulthood Physical and cognitive development in early adulthood Psycho-social development in early adulthood.
Part 7 — Middle adulthood Physical and cognitive development in middle adulthood Psycho-social development in middle adulthood. Part 8 — Late adulthood Physical and cognitive development in late adulthood Psycho-social development in late adulthood. Part 9 — Endings We believe that every student has a right to access quality resources, no matter what your budget.
Now, we are even better equipped than before to do what we do best; help teachers teach and students learn. Western Sydney University. Australian National University. Lifespan Development: Lifespan Development, 3rd Australasian Edition. Multicultural view boxed features throughout the text highlight issues of development from a cross-cultural or multicultural perspective.
Theory in practice boxed features throughout the text provide interviews with practitioners and examples of theory in an Australian context. Focusing on boxed features provide expanded coverage of selected developmental topics by highlighting a timely local issue for Australia or New Zealand.
Her teaching has been in the areas of research methods, psychology of women, and adult development. She is editor of Roles Women Play: Conversations About Work and Family and numerous articles, essays, and book reviews.
He is author of Educational Psychology , Constructing a Psychology of Teaching and Learning , and Contemporary Educational Psychology , as well as articles and chapters about gender issues in teacher education and on the dynamics of online adult learning communities. Alison Hine teaches and supervises undergraduate and postgraduate students in the areas of developmental and educational psychology at the University of Western Sydney.
She has received a top ten standing in the UniJobs Lecturer of the Year for the University of Western Sydney for two consecutive years, and was a national fi nalist in the awards in She holds a Masters degree in Educational and Developmental Psychology, and has worked extensively with leading international researchers in these fields. Alison has researched, published and presented at international and national conferences in the areas of mentoring, adult metacognition, gifted and talented, thinking skills, intelligence, and self-refl ection strategies.
In her career, Alison has had the privilege of meeting and dialoguing with B. Recently, Alison has researched and published in the areas of e-learning and metacognition, self-effi cacy and procrastination. She is researching in the area of fi rst-year university student engagement and motivation and the emerging area of dance psychology, creativity, experiencing 'flow' and optimal performance, and maintains an active consultancy practice within these areas of interest, working with educators, administrators and business professionals.
Alison also conducts workshops with parents and professionals in the areas of child and adolescent development, learning styles, motivation, intelligence, gifted and talented, and the development of thinkings kills. Alison has 35 years of teaching experience and has taught extensively from preschool to tertiary education, specialising primarily in the areas of special education and gifted and talented. Since she has taught undergraduate courses in developmental psychology, adult development and ageing, cognitive psychology, and statistics, and a postgraduate course on clinical geropsychology.
Her research supervision has covered diverse developmental topics including cross-cultural ageing, capacity assessment, resilience in parents, help-seeking in rural communities, leadership development, and health habits in older adults. Her teaching is informed by her research on resilience and successful ageing, emotional functioning in older adults, and factors that influence age-related changes in cognitive abilities.
Her research focuses on the construction, revision and maintenance of spoiled identities and the effects on the health and wellbeing of marginalised populations, specifi cally fat individuals. Before entering the university sector in , she had an extensive career in primary, secondary and senior secondary teaching and school leadership in Tasmania, in both state and independent schools. At the postgraduate level, Karen coordinates a number of units relating to coaching and mentoring and health and wellbeing, and also supervises a number of research higher degree students.
Her areas of research interest are in social and emotional wellbeing and student preparedness for teacher education. She is also a Consulting Editor for the Australian Journal of Teacher Education, and reviews for a number of international journals. She is a registered nurse and registered midwife, with a strong interest and background in midwifery clinical care, education and maternity service provision.
Karen teaches in both undergraduate and postgraduate nursing and midwifery programs, including coordinating a firstyear nursing lifespan development subject with over students enrolled across five campuses. Karen has a keen interest in nursing and midwifery education and the use of technology in teaching and learning.
Her professional work as a psychologist includes several years in Papua New Guinea, mainly in educational and occupational psychology, and later in the United Kingdom and New Zealand, working in the area of developmental disabilities.
Rosanne has taught and supervised research at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the School of Psychology, University of Tasmania since Rosanne retired from teaching in , but continues as an Honorary Research Associate at the School of Psychology, University of Tasmania.
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