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Peer rejection : developmental processes and intervention strategies

Author: Karen L Bierman
Publisher: New York : Guilford Press, 2005, ©2004.
Series: Guilford series on social and emotional development.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Addressing the widespread and painful problem of chronic peer rejection, this volume combines research and practical strategies for school and clinic-based intervention. Clear guidelines are  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karen L Bierman
ISBN: 9781593852436 1593852436 1572309237 9781572309234
OCLC Number: 457288173
Description: xx, 299 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Understanding problematic peer relations. The developmental significance of peer relations. Developmental progressions --
Peer rejection vs. peer neglect --
Peer acceptance vs. friendship --
Understanding social competence --
Peer contributions to rejection processes --
Chronic peer rejection : a negative developmental spiral --
Impact of developmental research on interventions for rejected children --
Gender and cultural influences --
Summary --
Characteristics of rejected children. Prosocial and aggressive behaviors --
Aggressive-accepted vs. aggressive-rejected problem profiles --
Inattentive/immature and socially anxious/avoidant behaviors --
Inattentive social profiles, with concurrent aggression or anxiety --
Summary --
Rejection processes : the role of peers. Peer influences : modeling, reinforcement, and provocation --
Reputational biases, ostracism, and victimization --
Niches of opportunity and risk --
Summary --
Peer relations and the developing self. Social information processing models of the 1980s --
The functional significance and adaptive value of self-system processes --
Affect and self-system development --
Self-system processes and self conceptions --
Risk or protection? --
Implications for intervention --
Summary --
Assessing social competence and peer relations. Assessment goals and strategies --
Purposes and goals of assessment --
Using multiple assessment methods --
Conceptualizing social competence --
Summary --
Assessing problematic peer relations. Assessing peer liking and disliking --
Assessing friendships --
Assessing social networks --
Assessing victimization --
Summary --
Assessing social behavior. Peer nominations and ratings --
Teacher ratings --
Parent ratings --
Summary --
Observing peer interactions. Naturalistic observations --
Contrived setting observations --
Intervention applications --
Summary --
Assessing self-system processes. Self-views vs. peer and teacher ratings --
Social-cognitive reasoning about others --
Social self-conceptions and experiences of social distress --
Attributional style and control beliefs --
Implications for intervention planning and evaluation --
Summary --
Intervention methods. Approaches to intervention. Operant strategies : manipulating antecedents and consequences --
Initial instructional approaches : modeling and social problem solving --
Initial coaching strategies --
Coaching programs of the 1980s --
Adapting coaching programs for aggressive-rejected children --
Social-cognitive interventions to reduce aggression --
Moving into the 21st century : where are we? --
Summary --
The design of social competence coaching programs. Guiding principles --
Components of coaching sessions --
Program content --
Program structure and organization --
Summary --
Intervention process and the promotion of self-system change. The functional value of relational schemas and their resistance to change --
Promoting change in self-system processes --
Creating a supportive context for change --
Providing autonomy support to promote self-control --
Increasing causal understanding and perceived competence in interpersonal relations --
Behavioral management : to token or not to token? --
Summary --
Collateral interventions : providing support at school and home. Multicomponent interventions with children with externalizing behavior problems --
"Universal" school-based social competence interventions --
School-based approaches utilizing cooperative learning --
"Indicated" programs to enhance the acceptance of target children : creating niches --
Promoting positive social development at home : parent contributions --
Summary --
Future directions. Program characteristics --
Mechanisms of change --
Peer involvement --
Conclusion --
Appendix 1: Description of exemplar session activities. Understanding problematic peer relations --
Assessing social competence and peer relations --
Intervention methods.
Series Title: Guilford series on social and emotional development.
Responsibility: Karen L. Bierman ; foreword by John D. Coie.

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