Developmental Psychology and Social Change: Research, History and Policy By David B. Pillemer, Sheldon H. White
2005 | 412 Pages | ISBN: 0521533600 , 0521826187 | PDF | 4 MB

 

This book presents state-of-the-art chapters written by leading scholars and policy analysts on topics of broad interest: child care, welfare reform, education, learning environments, child health, and cross-cultural studies. The book’s unique emphasis is on connections between research, history, and policy. Most psychology books focus on only one of these components. Viewing developmental psychology in its historical context, we see that research and policies involving children are intimately intertwined. 
 


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