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Cultural And Contextual Perspectives On Developmental Risk And Well-being

Cultural And Contextual Perspectives On Developmental Risk And Well-being - Burack, Jacob A. (EDT)/ Schmidt, Louis A. (EDT) - ISBN: 9781107008854
Prijs: € 96,15
Levertijd: 8 tot 12 werkdagen
Bindwijze: Boek, Gebonden
Genre: Ontwikkelingspsychologie
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Providing insight into developmental well-being, this volume examines outcomes of various types of risk in relation to culture and context.


Titel: Cultural And Contextual Perspectives On Developmental Risk And Well-being
auteur: Burack, Jacob A. (EDT)/ Schmidt, Louis A. (EDT)
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Gebonden
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 300
Uitgever: Cambridge University Press
Plaats van publicatie: 03
NUR: Ontwikkelingspsychologie
Afmetingen: 234 x 163 x 23
Gewicht: 554 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9781107008854
Intern nummer: 25098443
Volume: 1


Series editor's preface; 1. Introductory remarks: cultural and contextual perspectives on developmental risk and well-being Jacob A. Burack and Louis A. Schmidt; Part I. Cultural Perspectives on Developmental Risk and Well-Being: 2. Using multicultural research to expand the scope of developmental psychopathology Thomas M. Achenbach; 3. Cultural perspectives on shyness-inhibition Xinyin Chen, Siman Zhao and Fan Yang; 4. A sociocultural analysis of high-risk Native American children in schools Stephanie A. Fryberg and Peter A. Leavitt; 5. Developmental perspectives on the role of cultural identity in well-being: evidence from aboriginal communities in Canada Jacob A. Burack, Amy Bombay, Heidi Flores, Jillian Stewart and Vladimir Ponizovsky; Part II. Contextual Perspectives on Developmental Risk and Well-Being: 6. Peer victimization: understanding the developmental correlates of at-risk children and youth Jennifer M. Knack, Tracy Vaillancourt, Amanda Krygsman, Steven Arnocky, Irene Vitoroulis, Jennifer Hepditch and Christine Blain-Arcaro; 7. The potential risks and adaptive contributions of elite social status to youth development Wendy Troop-Gordon; 8. Culture and context modify neural correlates of adolescent risk-taking behavior Christine L. Lackner and Sidney J. Segalowitz; Part III. Contextual Perspectives on Atypicality: 9. Prematurity as a context of development at risk Lauren Drvaric, Jordana Waxman, Ryan J. Van Lieshout and Louis A. Schmidt; 10. Maternal depression and children's behavioral and emotional outcomes: a review of contextual and individual level moderators and mediators Matilda Nowakowski, Louis A. Schmidt and Tracy Vaillancourt; 11. Fragile X-associated disorders: how the family environment and genotype interact Marsha Mailick, Jan S. Greenberg, Leann E. Smith, Audra Sterling, Nancy Brady, Steven F. Warren and Jinkuk Hong; 12. Developmental approaches to understanding and treating autism Tony Charman.


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