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by Gary L. Creasey

Author: Gary L. Creasey
Subcategory: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Pearson; 1 edition (August 21, 2005)
Pages: 464 pages
Category: Medicine
Rating: 4.3
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Gary L. Creasey, Illinois State University. Highly relevant, contemporary, and applicable material (most references are post year 2000) and numerous "What do you think?" breakouts encourage more active learning.

Its "user friendly" writing style will appeal to students as it is designed to educate, not intimidate, while instructor’s will appreciate the comprehensive, chronological organization of the book.

To understand how people construct their careers in later life, we take a lifespan development perspective on career construction theory.

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ISBN 9780205354818 (978-0-205-35481-8) Hardcover, Pearson, 2005. Coauthors & Alternates.

a method borrowed from the field of anthropology and used to investigate cultural questions (LIVE .

a method borrowed from the field of anthropology and used to investigate cultural questions (LIVE WITH SUBJECT). studies that involve extensive, in-depth interviews with a particular individual or small group of individuals. a type of study where a group of people chosen to represent some larger population are asked questions about their attitudes, behaviors, or thinking on a given topic. psychophysiological methods.

Its "user friendly" writing style will appeal to students as it is designed to educate, not intimidate, while instructor s will appreciate the comprehensive, chronological organization of the book.

How do we know what we know? An important part of learning any science is having a basic knowledge of the techniques used in gathering information

How do we know what we know? An important part of learning any science is having a basic knowledge of the techniques used in gathering information. The hallmark of scientific investigation is that of following a set of procedures designed to keep questioning or skepticism alive while describing, explaining, or testing any phenomenon. That, however, is exactly what science is all about; it involves continuously renewing our understanding of the subjects in question and an ongoing investigation of how and why events occur. Science is a vehicle for going on a never-ending journey.

Research Methods in Lifespan Development is the only comprehensive book on the market pertaining to research methods in lifespan development. Its "user friendly" writing style will appeal to students as it is designed to educate, not intimidate, while instructor’s will appreciate the comprehensive, chronological organization of the book.