Resilience and Vulnerability: Adaptation in the Context of Childhood Adversities
Cambridge University Press, 05.05.2003 - 574 Seiten
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 to judge 'resilience' within particular risk settings, the major factors that predict resilience in these settings; the limits to resilience (vulnerabilities coexisting with manifest success); and directions for interventions. In the concluding chapter, the editor integrates evidence presented through all preceding chapters to distill (a) substantive considerations for future research, and (b) salient directions for interventions and social policies, based on accumulated research knowledge.
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A Resilience Framework for Research Policy and Practice
Young Children with Mentally Ill Parents Resilient Developmental Systems
Risk and Protective Factors for Children of Depressed Parents
Resilience and Vulnerability among Sons of Alcoholics Relationship to Developmental Outcomes between Early Childhood and Adolescence
Maternal Drug Abuse versus Other Psychological Disturbances Risks and Resilience among Children
Resilience to Childhood Adversity Results of a 21Year Study
Sequelae of Child Maltreatment Vulnerability and Resilience
Risk and Resilience in Children Coping with Their Parents Divorce and Remarriage
Holistic Contextual Perspectives on Risk Protection and Competence among LowIncome Urban Adolescents
Overcoming the Odds? Adolescent Development in the Context of Urban Poverty
Adaptation among Youth Facing Multiple Risks Prospective Research Findings
Positive Adaptation among Youth Exposed to Community Violence
Perceived Discrimination and Resilience
Promoting Resilience through Early Childhood Intervention
Toward Building a Better Brain Neurobehavioral Outcomes Mechanisms and Processes of Environmental Enrichment
Genetic Influences on Risk and Protection Implications for Understanding Resilience
Correlational and Experimental Study of Resilience in Children of Divorce and Parentally Bereaved Children
Rethinking Resilience A Developmental Process Perspective
Poverty and Early Childhood Adjustment
Emerging Perspectives on Context Specificity of Childrens Adaptation and Resilience Evidence from a Decade of Research with Urban Children in A...
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