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  • Book Review: Essentials of life-span development

    Stanley, Peter (2010)
    Book review of Essentials of life-span development, by John Santrock, New York, McGraw-Hill, 2008.
  • Forty or fifty something

    Stanley, Peter (Kairaranga, 2007)
    Many teachers and human service workers are 40-50 years al age and this paper explores the formative influences, and the developmental characteristics, of workers who are presently middle-aged. This leads onto an examination ...
  • The future of educational psychology

    Stanley, Peter (The New Zealand Psychological Society, 2010-11)
    Educational psychology is airing its anguish in public, and if the assertions of Brown (2010), Coleman and Pine (2010), and Hornby (2010) are to be believed then this professional discipline is indeed in a parlous state. ...
  • Insights About Resilience in Emerging Adulthood From a Small Longitudinal Study in New Zealand

    Stanley, Peter (Cambridge University Press, 2011-07)
    In 1998, 12 elementary school students aged 11–12 years, who were living in a disadvantaged suburb in a New Zealand city, were comprehensively assessed and determinations were made regarding their risk statuses. Ten years ...
  • 'Looking back, looking forward': An interview with Emeritus Professor Ted Glynn on his involvement in special education

    Glynn, Ted; Stanley, Peter (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2012)
    In interview with Dr Peter Stanley, Professor Glynn reflects on how he became involved in special education, and on his work with the Pause Prompt Praise reading strategy, the Mangere Guidance and Learning Unit (which gave ...

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