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Friendships in childhood & adolescence

Author: Catherine Bagwell; Michelle E Schmidt
Publisher: New York : Guilford Press, ©2011.
Series: Guilford series on social and emotional development.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Catherine Bagwell; Michelle E Schmidt
ISBN: 9781609186463 160918646X 9781462509607 1462509606
OCLC Number: 707966606
Description: xvii, 389 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: pt. I. The nature of friendship. 1. What is friendship? : Definitions of friendship ; Theoretical perspectives on friendship ; Friendships compared to other peer relations ; Framework for the book --
2. Studying friendship : Assessing the presence of friendship ; Questions in assessing the presence of friendship ; Assessing friendship quality ; Questions in assessing friendship quality ; Assessing the characteristics of friends ; Assessing child characteristics and the context of friendship ; Assessing interactions with friends ; Conclusions --
pt. II. The normative experience of friendship. 3. The developmental significance of friendship in childhood : Friendship as a normative experience in childhood social development ; Emotional development ; Cognitive development ; Psychosocial adjustment ; Conclusions --
4. The developmental significance of friendship in adolescence : Friendship as a normative experience in adolescence ; Three important tasks of adolescence ; Conclusions --
pt. III. Individual differences in the experience of friendship. 5. The individuals within a friendship : Attachment and friendship ; The dark side of friendships ; Friendship and peer victimization ; Conclusions --
6. Friendship quality : Why is friendship quality important? ; What determines the quality of a friendship? ; What are the correlates of friendship quality? ; How does friendship quality affect developmental outcomes? ; Conclusions --
pt. IV. Implications and looking forward. 7. Friendship and culture / with Emily C. Jenchura : Theoretical perspectives on culture and friendship ; Social networks and the role of friends ; Friendship features and quality ; Similarity between friends ; Conclusions --
8. Friendship intervention : Peer relations interventions as models for friendship interventions ; Guiding principles for friendship intervention ; Conclusions --
9. The significance of friendship : Conceptual framework ; Future research directions.
Series Title: Guilford series on social and emotional development.
Other Titles: Friendships in childhood and adolescence
Responsibility: Catherine L. Bagwell, Michelle E. Schmidt.

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