Developmental systems theory: an integrative approach
The first integrative theory of human development in decades is presented in this volume by two leading developmentalists.
Through a synthesis of developmental contextualism and the Living Systems Framework, the authors examine how people interact with the environment and how, in turn, these interactions impact upon individuals' biology, psychology and behaviour. By integrating the results from many research investigations, this volume offers a comprehensive exploration of how multiple elements interact and shape people's lives.
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The Past as Prologue to the Present
The Concepts of Stability Variability
HeredityEnvironment Dynamic Interactions
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