Offers a strong balance between research and applications.
Robert Feldman offers students a chronological overview of physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development–from conception through death with his text Development Across the Life Span. This best-selling text presents up-to-date coverage of theory and research, with an emphasis on the application of these concepts by students in their personal–and future professional–lives. The text taps into students’ inherent interest in the subject of human development, encouraging them to draw connections between the material and their own experiences.
Name: A Childs World Infancy Through Adolescence
A lively new textbook that reflects the renaissance in the field of Personality Psychology by addressing in sequence: Human personality, its parts, organization, and development.
The discipline of personality psychology can be viewed as responsible for explaining how a person’s major psychological subsystems — motives, emotion, cognition, self, and more — work together. Today personality psychology is undergoing a renaissance in which new research and theory is emerging. This textbook helps students keep up with those emerging trends.
Personality: A Systems Approach employs a new organization that integrates the best intellectual traditions within Personality Psychology. Over its four parts, the book examines what personality is, what personality’s major subsystems (e.g., motives, the self) are, how personality’s parts are organized, and how personality develops. Students will finish the course with an understanding of how personality systems work together and how personality develops from birth to the conclusion of life.
ISBN-10: 0132315602 • ISBN-13: 9780132315609
An introductory text appropriate for undergraduate forensic psychology or psychology of law courses in Canadian universities and university-transfer colleges.
Forensic Psychology, 3rd edition is a market-leading Canadian text that provides stimulating and accessible course materials by pioneers in the field. It has coverage of both experimental and clinical topics and presents important ideas, issues, and research in a way that students will understand and enjoy, and in some cases find useful in their future careers. The text deals with topics such as eyewitness testimony, jury decision making, and police procedures, as well as content that is more clinical in nature such as the meaning of NCRMD (Not Criminally Responsible by Reason of Mental Disorder), and psychopathy.
The third edition has been updated to provide a broad overview of this expanding field and reflects recent changes to Canadian legislation. The authors have added a new chapter dedicated solely to the assessment and treatment of young offenders, as well as increasing the coverage throughout on psychopathy, domestic violence, and homicidal offenders.