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Parental belief systems : the psychological consequences for children

Author: Irving E Sigel; Ann V McGillicuddy-De Lisi; Jacqueline J Goodnow
Publisher: Hillsdale, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, 1992.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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In this volume, investigations representing various cognitive approaches are presented. Holloway and Hess, and Dix and Grusec represent attribution theory. Applegate et al., McGillicuddy-DeLisi, and Johnson reflect Kellyian personal construct theory. Sameroff and Feil employ a Piagetian model of cognition. Schaefer and Edgerton represent a more comprehensive view without a clearly defined cognitive model- rather,  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Irving E Sigel; Ann V McGillicuddy-De Lisi; Jacqueline J Goodnow
ISBN: 0805806520 9780805806526 9781317783831 1317783832
OCLC Number: 24068820
Description: xx, 478 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Reflection-enhancing parenting as an antecedent to children's social-cognitive and communicative development / James L. Applegate, Brent R. Burleson, and Jessie G. Delia --
Parents' thoughts about children's socially adaptive and maladaptive behaviors : stability, change, and individual differences / Kenneth H. Rubin and Rosemary S.L. Mills --
Stimulating the child in the zone of priximal development : the role of parents' ideas / Jesús Palacios, María-Mar Gonzáles, and María-Carmen Moreno --
Children's self-perceptions and mothers' beliefs about development and competencies / Carole A. Martin and James E. Johnson --
Parents' beliefs and children's personal-social development / Ann V. McGillicuddy-DeLisi --
Passing the rod : similarities between parents and their young children in orientations toward physical punishment / George W. Holden and Robert J. Zambarano --
Parents' cognitions and developmental changes in relationships during adolescence / W. Andrew Collins --
Parents' approaches to adolescents in alcohol, friendship, and school situations / James Youniss, James P. DeSantis, and Sandra H. Henderson --
Affective and cognitive processes within threat-oriented family systems / Daphne Blunt Bugental --
Maternal child-rearing beliefs and coping strategies : consequences for divorced mothers and their children / Susan D. Holloway and Sandra Machida --
Social behavior of maltreated children : exploring links to parent behavior and beliefs / Timothy J. Iverson and Marilyn Segal --
Parents' ideas, children's ideas : correspondence and divergence / Jacqueline J. Goodnow --
Parenting on behalf of the child : empathic goals in the regulation of responsive parenting / Theodore Dix --
Family representations of development / Arnold J. Sameroff and Barbara H. Fiese --
Parental ethnotheories in action / Sara Harkness, Charles Super --
Parental belief systems under the influence : social guidance of the construction of personal cultures / Cynthia Lightfoot and Jaan Valsiner --
Child competence and developmental goals among rural black families : investigating the links / Gene H. Brody and Zolinda Stoneman --
Belief-behavior connection : a resolvable dilemma? / Irving E. Sigel.
Responsibility: edited by Irving E. Sigel, Ann V. McGillicuddy-De Lisi, Jacqueline J. Goodnow.
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In this volume, investigations representing various cognitive approaches are presented. Holloway and Hess, and Dix and Grusec represent attribution theory. Applegate et al., McGillicuddy-DeLisi, and Johnson reflect Kellyian personal construct theory. Sameroff and Feil employ a Piagetian model of cognition. Schaefer and Edgerton represent a more comprehensive view without a clearly defined cognitive model- rather, they deal with the belief issue in the terms of a broader cultural perspective. Goodnow represents an intersect between culture and cognition. Skinner's paradigm is different in that hers combines constructivism and contingency analysis. Finally, Sigel grapples with the belief construct as discussed among some of the leading theorists as well as in these chapters. The goal is to differentiate beliefs from values and attitudes.

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