Adolescence. Ian McMahan, Brooklyn College. © |Pearson | Available. MyLab. Share this page. Adolescence. View larger. Adolescence, Canadian Edition, by Ian McMahan and Susan Thompson, combines rigorous, scientific coverage of adolescent development. McMahan, Adolescence, is supported by MyDevelopmentKit, your key to greater success in the adolescent development course.
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Show More Show Less. Adolescent development involves individual, social and cultural systems. Each chapter features Research in the Spotlightdescribing and explaining a representative recent study mfmahan to the chapter topic. Puberty and Physical Development -World Health Organization growth chart for children adapted for Canada -Height Chart data now represents Canadian boys and girls -Secular trend for menarche for Canadian girls, including variance in age of menarche for girls in different provinces -School-based sexual health programs in Canada are discussed, with regards to teens learning about puberty -A description of First Nations historical puberty rites is included -Research by Tremblay and Lariviere on Canadian teens and body image is highlighted -Other Canadian adolexcence showing levels of body dissatisfaction in preteens and teens adolexcence included, along with research examining factors related to this dissatisfaction -Body image in Aboriginal teens is discussed -The amount of sleep that Canadian teens need, and are actually getting is presented, along with data about exercise and adolescdnce -Obesity rates for Canadian teens are given, and compared to the US Chapter 3: Adolescence also employs unique pedagogy to ensure students practice active learning and deep processing, focus on the practical applications of what they are studying, think critically and become educated consumers of the research.
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The table of contents follows an ecological systems framework to show how individual teens both affect and are affected by their families, peers, schools, and society. Or download our brochure PDF.
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It also contains a research methods chapter which my current book is lacking. Students should find it clear and declarative. Genevieve Trudel added it Nov 26, Account Options Sign in.
I just needed the book for class. Ian has also had an active writing career. Students begin to think of course material in terms of its real-life implications for action. Ian McMahan, Brooklyn College.