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Resilience and vulnerability : adaptation in the context of childhood adversities

Author: Suniya S Luthar
Publisher: Cambridge Cambridge University Press 2003
Edition/Format:   Computer file : English
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Integrated in this book are contributions from leading scientists who have each studied children's adjustment across risks common in contemporary society. Chapters in the first half of the book focus on risks emanating from the family; chapters in the second half focus on risks stemming from the wider community. All contributors have explicitly addressed a common set of core themes, including the criteria they used  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Erscheint auch als:
Resilience and vulnerability
Cambridge [u.a.] : Cambridge Univ. Press, 2003
XXXI, 574 S.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Suniya S Luthar
ISBN: 9780511615788 0511615787 9780521807012 0521807018 9780521001618 0521001617
OCLC Number: 967415565
Notes: Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 05 Oct 2015).
Description: 1 online resource (xxxi, 574 pages)
Contents: 1. A resilience framework for research, policy, and practice: contributions from Project Competence Ann S. Masten and Jenifer L. Powell; Part I. Familial Adversities: Parental Psychopathology and Family Processes: 2. Young children with mentally ill parents: resilient developmental systems Ronald Seifer; 3. Risk and protective factors for children of depressed parents Constance Hammen; 4. Resilience and vulnerability among sons of alcoholics: relationship to developmental outcomes between early childhood and adolescence Robert A. Zucker, Maria W. Wong, Leon I. Puttler, and Hiram E. Fitzgerald; 5. Maternal drug abuse versus other psychological disturbances: risks and resilience among children Suniya S. Luthar, Karen D'Avanzo and Sarah Hites; 6. Resilience to childhood adversity: results of a 21 year study David M. Fergusson and L. John Horwood; 7. Sequelae of child maltreatment: vulnerability and resilience Kerry E. Bolger and Charlotte J. Patterson; 8. Risk and resilience in children coping with their parents' divorce and remarriage E. Mavis Hetherington and Anne Mitchell Elmore; 9. Correlational and experimental study of resilience for children of divorce and parentally bereaved children Irwin Sandler, Sharlene Wolchik, Caroline Davis, Rachel Haine and Tim Ayers; Part II. Exosystemic and Sociodemographic Risks: 10. Rethinking resilience: a developmental process perspective Tuppett M. Yates, Byron Egeland and L. Alan Sroufe; 11. Poverty and early childhood adjustment Elizabeth B. Owens and Daniel S. Shaw; 12. Emerging perspectives on context-specificity of children's adaptation and resilience: evidence from a decade of research with urban children in adversity Peter A. Wyman; 13. Holistic, contextual perspectives on risk, protection, and competence among low-income urban adolescents Edward Seidman and Sara Pedersen; 14. Overcoming the odds? Adolescent development in the context of urban poverty Ana Mari Cauce, Angela Stewart, Melanie Domenech Rodriguez, Bryan Cochran, and Joshua Ginzler; 15. Adaptation among youth facing multiple risks: prospective research findings Arnold Sameroff, Leslie Gutman and Steve C. Peck; 16. Positive adaptation among youth exposed to community violence Deborah Gorman-Smith and Patrick H. Tolan; 17. Perceived discrimination and resilience Laura A. Szalacha, Sumru Erkut, Cynthia Garcia Coll, Jacqueline P. Fields, Odette Alarcon and Ineke Ceder; 18. Promoting resilience through early childhood intervention Arthur J. Reynolds and Suh-Ruu Ou; Part III. Commentaries: 19. Toward building a better brain: neurobehavioral outcomes, mechanisms, and processes of environmental enrichment John W. Curtis and Charles A. Nelson; 20. Genetic influences on risk and protection: implications for understanding resilience Michael Rutter; 21. Resilience and vulnerability: an integrative review Suniya S. Luthar and Laurel Bidwell Zelazo.
Other Titles: Resilience et Vulnerability
Responsibility: edited by Suniya S. Luthar.

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