life-span development

life-span de·vel·op·ment

development and mastery (or loss) of differing biologic, intellectual, behavioral, and social skills in different phases or stages of the life-span from the prenatal through the gerontologic periods of growth.

life-span de·vel·op·ment

(lif'span dĕ-vel'ŏp-mĕnt)
Mastery (or loss) of differing biologic, intellectual, behavioral, and social skills in different stages of the life-span from the prenatal through the gerontologic periods of growth.
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Beyond quantitative data, qualitative empirical material of this kind is rare; findings will offer unique insights on human life-span development, cultural globalization, social mobility, migration, tourism and education, enhancing intra-European education and mobility policies.
"For millennials, generation X, and baby boomers alike, levels of trust increase as people get older," said Haase, who is also director of Northwestern's Life-Span Development Lab."People really seem to be 'growing to trust' as they travel through their adult years."
Further research is needed in this area of life-span development.
This mixed methods study emphasized a life-span development perspective modeled by [4] for addressing the issue of aging homeless veterans.
Life-span development. (10th ed.) McGraw Hill: New York, NY.
I also teach the masters and doctoral career development classes, a class in ethical and legal issues in counselling psychology, and a class in life-span development. Boston College, which is a Jesuit Catholic university, has a deep commitment to social justice, and has provided me with a wonderful foundation for this part of my career.
Narratives of theory and practice: The psychology of life-span development. In R.
Life-span development research suggests that, in order for older individuals to accept their lives and avoid despair, resolution of guilt and intrapsychic and family conflicts must occur.
This volume presents new theoretical perspectives and empirical findings on the life-span development of talent.
Life-span development. New York: Addison Wesley Longman.
Following an introductory chapter by Evans & Garling, the material is grouped under three broad headings which reflect typical approaches to behaviourally oriented environmental research: 'The impact of the physical environment', 'Psychological processes' and 'Life-span development'.
The "Paths on Life's Way" research project in British Columbia, Canada, and the "Life Patterns" project in the Australian state of Victoria were developed independently, but offer similar data sets on the impact of social forces, policies, life events, and other factors on the life-span development of research subjects, thereby offering a means to comparatively examine the formation of a generation, those children that grew up in Canada and Australia during the 1970s.