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1-5 of 5 results in Penn State Series on Child and Adolescent Development
individual Development in Relation To Social Contexts
Adolescent researchers are increasingly aware that they must examine development both across time and across context. To do so, however, requires new conceptualizations and methodological approaches to the study of development, including attention to the pathways young people choose in adolescence...
Published October 1st 1995 by Psychology Press
Perspectives on Research, Policy, and Intervention
This volume brings together a broad group of scholars from a diverse array of disciplines to write integratively about cutting-edge research issues pertinent to various facets of the study of early adolescence. All contributors speak to the idea of interdisciplinary integration as a means of...
Published February 1st 1993 by Psychology Press
This book focuses on integrating health and developmental issues in children and adolescents. Its primary objective is to demonstrate how development of emotions and cognition are involved in promoting health, preventing disease, and altering disease processes. A related objective is to show how...
Published May 1st 1992 by Psychology Press
the Legacy of Joachim F. Wohlwill
Derived from a conference honoring the legacy of Joachim Wohlwill, this volume is designed to reflect as many facets of the late scholar's wide-ranging work as possible. As its title indicates, the book identifies three broad areas in which Wohlwill made significant contributions: art and...
Published July 1st 1991 by Psychology Press
Behavioral and Developmental Perspectives
The first volume in this new series from The Center for the Study of Child and Adolescent Development at The Pennsylvania State University focuses on the relationship between the biological stress circuits and the behavioral concomitants to stress in animals and humans. The participants at this...
Published May 1st 1989 by Psychology Press