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HDEV, 3rd Edition

  • with CourseMate Printed Access Card (6 months)
  • Spencer Rathus
  • Shauna Longmuir
  • Laura Ellen Berk
  • Rebecca Rogerson
  • ISBN-10: 0176821449
  • ISBN-13: 9780176821449
  • 0 Pages | Best Buy Package
  • Previous Editions: 2015, 2012
  • COPYRIGHT: 2018 Published
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Overview

About the Product

This third Canadian edition highlights relevant research, immediately engages students by emphasizing the biopsychosocial framework of lifespan psychology, and provides current coverage of topics such as sexual orientation, physician-assisted death, healthy living, parenting, and many more. Through ongoing research into students’ workflows and preferences, HDEV’s format combines an easy-to-reference paperback textbook with Chapter Review Cards, and an online resource – Coursemate – all at an affordable price. Available free with each new copy of HDEV, or with the purchase of a standalone access code, Coursemate provides students with a full suite of unique learning tools that allow students to study wherever they are, whenever they have time, and that appeal to different learning styles. These online resources include Pre-test and Post-tests, Observation videos, Build a Summary exercises and Flashcards.

Features

  • Each new book comes with an engaging print textbook, tear-out review cards, and an interactive digital solution – Coursemate. In Coursemate, students will find a full suite of unique learning tools that allow students to study wherever they are, whenever they have time, and that appeal to different learning styles. These online resources include Pre-test and Post-tests, Observation videos, Build a Summary exercises and Flashcards.

  • “Emerging Canada” features explore timely Canadian trends and integrate current Canadian statistics throughout.

  • Shorter, comprehensive chapters in a modern design present content in a more engaging and accessible format, increasing the number of students who read the chapter without minimizing coverage for your course.

  • Innovative format – each chapter includes detachable tear-out Review Cards for convenient, quick review and class preparation. Student Review Cards contain all pertinent review information, including key terms, definitions, learning objectives, and section summaries.

About the Author

Spencer Rathus

Spencer Rathus obtained his Ph.D. from the University at Albany and has wide experience in hospital and other health settings. He is currently on the faculty at New York University. He has published some 30 research articles, focusing on the areas of human sexuality, substance abuse, and assertive behavior. He developed the Rathus Assertiveness Schedule and has written college textbooks in such areas as human sexuality, child and adolescent development, college success, and HIV/AIDS. He has also served on educational task forces aimed at diversity Issues at both the precollege and undergraduate levels

Shauna Longmuir

Shauna Longmuir has instructed at the elementary, high school, college and university levels since beginning her teaching career in 1989. Her education includes a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, a Bachelor of Education in Social Sciences from the University of British Columbia and a Masters of Education in Educational Psychology from Dalhousie University. Publishing teaching and learning resources for human growth and development text books has provided the opportunity for her to remain current in her field of study while helping students learn and assisting teachers to teach. Shauna has developed human growth and development test banks, instructor manuals and learning websites. Revising HDEV into a Canadian edition provided an opportunity to merge her interests in political science and psychology. The study of human growth and development explores theories associated with the lifespan while reflecting on shared stories and experiences. Shauna hopes that students and instructors will enjoy this journey as much as she does.

Laura Ellen Berk

Dr. Laura Berk is a full-time professor in Community Studies at Seneca College. She also works as a clinical psychologist in private practice in the Durham Region. She received her M.S.W. at the University of Toronto and her M.A. and Ph.D. at York University. Dr. Berk teaches human development and interpersonal communication to first-year students. She is passionate about topics related to bullying and peer rejection, anxiety, depression, autism spectrum disorder, parenting and issues related to infertility.

Rebecca Rogerson

Rebecca Rogerson has worked as an international development consultant and social justice advocate for almost twenty years. Her focus on Southern Africa, HIV and AIDS, and Indigenous Peoples’ rights, has led her to develop and implement award-winning community-based, national level and education-based curricula and programs. She is currently pursuing her graduate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies at York University while teaching in the Social Service Worker Program at Seneca College. She is passionate about providing culturally appropriate counselling to marginalized communities, and dabbles in creative writing as a vehicle for social change. She has three children and lives in Ontario.

Table of Contents

Part One: Introduction
1. History, Theories, and Methods
2. Heredity and Prenatal Development
Part Two: Birth and Infancy
3. Birth and the Newborn Baby: In the New World
4. Infancy: Physical Development
5. Infancy: Cognitive Development
6. Infancy: Social and Emotional Development
Part Three: Early and Middle Childhood
7. Early Childhood: Physical and Cognitive Development
8. Early Childhood: Social and Emotional Development
9. Middle Childhood: Physical and Cognitive Development
10. Middle Childhood: Social and Emotional Development
Part Four: Adolescence and Early Adulthood
11. Adolescence: Physical and Cognitive Development
12. Adolescence: Social and Emotional Development
13. Early Adulthood: Physical and Cognitive Development
14. Early Adulthood: Social and Emotional Development
Part Five: Middle and Late Adulthood
15. Middle Adulthood: Physical and Cognitive Development
16. Middle Adulthood: Social and Emotional Development
17. Late Adulthood: Physical and Cognitive Development
18. Late Adulthood: Social and Emotional Development
19. Life’s Final Chapter

References
Name Index
Subject Index
Review Cards

New to this edition

  • Added discussions of feminist theory, and Freudian ideas and terms that contribute to the study of human development (Chapter 1)
  • Updated statistics on the prevalence of disorders; added coverage on assisted reproductive technology (same-gender and single parents), Motherisk; and genetic defects in later-term fetus (Chapter 2)
  • Updated coverage on midwifery in Canada, the importance of touch for newborns, newborns’ sense of smell, postpartum depression for women and men, preterm infants compared to near-term infants, and statistics on infant mortality in Canada (Chapter 3), and research on breastfeeding benefits, bottle feeding, malnutrition, and the vaccination and anti-vaccination movement (Chapter 4)
  • Added material on Echolalia in relation to Autism, Piaget’s stages, Canadian resources for speech and language delays, deprivation and long-term cognitive consequences and deferred imitation and object permanence; updated the Bayley Scale information (Chapter 5)
  • Added coverage on Hartup’s research on child’s temperament and parenting style as a bidirectional force, the impact of divorce on early childhood, child’s play (i.e. the use of tablets and screen time), and gender neutral parenting; updated information on parents as a child’s best friend, new toys for 2016, parenting styles, and Baby Storm; revised section on gender development (Chapter 8)
  • Added coverage of sedentary lifestyles, causes of childhood obesity, ADHD inattentive subtype specifically in girls, IEP information, emotional intelligence, and bilingualism; updated material on medication and behavioural techniques used to treat ADHD, childhood obesity, healthy eating, and Kohlberg’s moral reasoning (Chapter 9)
  • Updated information on divorce rates, outcomes of divorce for children during middle childhood, the impact of maternal employment, peer acceptance and rejection, bullying (including LGBTQ issues and cyberbullying), and depression, anxiety, and conduct disorder; added coverage of the concept of reciprocal determinism, stepparents and blended families, single parents, grandparents as parents, bystanders and their impact on bullying, bullying intervention (Chapter 10)
  • Updated research on the environmental factors on early menarche; added coverage on LGBTQ youth and their unique challenges and issues during puberty, and the role social media plays in body image and eating disorders among youth, including males (Chapter 11)
  • Expanded coverage on the unique issues of LGBTQ youth, STIs in adolescence, and teen suicide; updated content on the effect of social media on youth, and cyberbullying (Chapter 12)
  • Updated research and statistics on obesity in Canada, updated content regarding sexual orientation, sexual consent, and legislation concerning medical cannabis use (Chapter 13)
  • Updated statistics for singles, marriage and divorce rates, post-partum depression, stress and work overload; coverage of Failure to Launch in young adults (Chapter 14)
  • New section on mental health and issues of stress; updated coverage on the causes of death in middle adulthood; updated section on cancer and HRT; updated statistics on presbycusis (Chapter 15)
  • Added Indigenous perspectives on middle adulthood, culturally relevant information on leaving home, and child marriage; updated research on the sandwich generation; included men in empty-nest syndrome, and age differences in personality trends (Chapter 16)
  • Added coverage of poverty among seniors in Canada, information from Canada’s Physical Activity Guide; updated statistics on senior rates in Canada, research on theories of aging, substance abuse in seniors, and research on dementia in Canada. (Chapter 17)
  • Updated statistics on senior rates in Canada; updated coverage and/or research on social media usage among seniors, indigenous perspectives on late adulthood and the treatment of seniors, LGBTQ, positive examples and research of seniors and aging well, mental health and depression, and selective optimization (Chapter 18)
  • Added examples of ethical issues around death and dying, tips for how to support a child and teen when someone has died, current laws and doctors’ responses to physician-assisted dying in Canada, and a critique and alternatives for the stages of grief and pathologizing of grief; updated coverage regarding where people die and hospice care, and on how to support a dying person (Chapter 19)

Supplements

All supplements have been updated in coordination with the Main title.
Please see Main title page for new to this edition information.

Instructor Supplements

CourseMate Printed Access Card (12 months) for Rathus' HDEV  (ISBN-10: 0176805435 | ISBN-13: 9780176805432)
CourseMate Printed Access Card (6 months) for Rathus' HDEV  (ISBN-10: 0176805427 | ISBN-13: 9780176805425)
Online Only Instructor's Resources for Rathus' HDEV  (ISBN-10: 0176805419 | ISBN-13: 9780176805418)

Student Supplements

CourseMate Instant Access (24 months) for Rathus' HDEV  (ISBN-10: 0176820981 | ISBN-13: 9780176820985)
CourseMate Instant Access (12 months) for Rathus' HDEV  (ISBN-10: 0176805400 | ISBN-13: 9780176805401)
CourseMate Instant Access (6 months) for Rathus' HDEV  (ISBN-10: 0176805397 | ISBN-13: 9780176805395)