The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Growth and DevelopmentBook - 1997
The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Growth and Development is a comprehensive but accessible account of the current understanding of the factors affecting human growth and development. Over 120 internationally renowned experts have contributed to the book, covering topics such as fetal and post-natal growth, the relative impact of genetic and environmental factors, behavioural development, growth abnormalities, the human lifespan and the prospects for future generations. Extensively illustrated with photographs, graphs and diagrams, it offers a great breadth of topic coverage, providing insights into the subject for those not familiar with the areas as well as being essential reading for all students and professionals interested in growth and development, child health and nutrition.
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University, 1997
Characteristics: xii, 497 p. : ill. ; 29 cm
Alternative Title: Human growth and development