Developmental Psychology 2/e


Developmental Psychology is a market leading textbook with a highly respected author team. This edition combines classic and up-to-date research across the broad span of this dynamic subject area to give a comprehensive introduction and is designed for first and second year undergraduate students. This topical approach provides a sophisticated presentation of the theories that guide research in developmental psychology whilst also retaining a focus on the importance of data. The international outlook of the text provides students with a holistic introduction to the discipline.Key updates and features include:*Updated Research Close-Up boxes, which take an inside look at research studies, familiarising students with the scientific-journal format and encourages them to think critically.*Updated Applied Developmental Psychology boxes which make real world connections, with a focus on how the results of research can be applied to the solution of problems in children's development.*A new section of the effects of puberty on brain development*Revised coverage of attachment*Fully updated coverage of the diagnostic criteria and classification of disorders in accordance with the DSM-5*Renewed focus on `Chronology of Development' for each chapter to chart the chronological progression of each topic.Available with McGraw-Hill Education's Connect (R), the well-established online learning platform, which features our award-winning adaptive reading experience as well as resources to help faculty and institutions improve student outcomes and course delivery efficiency. Learn more:


Patrick Leman, Andy Bremner, Ross Parke, Mary Gauvain
195 x 260 x 25mm
Publication date
16 Jan 2019
McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
McGraw-Hill Inc.,US
Publication City/Country
New York, United States
Edition Statement
2nd edition