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Adolescence : continuity, change, and diversity, Nancy J. Cobb

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Adolescence : continuity, change, and diversity
Title
Adolescence
Title remainder
continuity, change, and diversity
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Nancy J. Cobb
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eng
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Cobb, Nancy J
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305.235
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HQ796
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.C596 2007
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non fiction
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  • Adolescence
  • Adolescent psychology
  • Teenagers
Label
Adolescence : continuity, change, and diversity, Nancy J. Cobb
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Publication
Note
Previous ed.: 2004
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. R1-R28) and indexes
Contents
  • Lifespan Perspective
  • Study Skills and Knowing What You Don't Know
  • Metaphors and Meaning: When Is a Ship a State?
  • Chapter 5.
  • Defining the Self: identity and Intimacy
  • Autonomy and Individuation
  • Autonomy
  • Individuation
  • In More Depth: The Joys of Parenting Early Adolescents
  • Family Interaction and Adolescents' Individuation
  • In More Depth: Communication Patterns That Foster Individualism
  • Contextual Perspective
  • In More Depth: Parents' Reflections About Late Adolescence
  • Identity: The Normative Crisis of Adolescence
  • Variations on a Theme of Identity
  • Identity Statuses
  • Moratorium and Possible Selves
  • Identity styles
  • Identity: Gender and Ethnicity
  • Gender Differences in Identity Formation
  • Research Focus: Operationalizing Concepts: What Kind of Decision Maker Are You?
  • Contributions of Ethnicity to Identity Development
  • Constructive Perspective
  • Achieving a Bicultural Identity
  • Self
  • Self-Concept: Who Am I?
  • Self-Esteem: Do I Like Myself?
  • Intimacy: Discovering the Self Through Relationships
  • Knowing Oneself
  • Intimacy with Others
  • Intimacy and Identity: Different Paths to Maturity?
  • Developmental Issues in Adolescence
  • Dimensions of Relatedness
  • Faces of Adolescents
  • Gender Differences in Relatedness
  • New Definition of Maturity
  • Chapter 6.
  • Sexual Self: Close Relationships in Adolescence
  • Sexual Identity
  • Gender Stereotypes: The Meaning of Masculine and Feminine
  • Research Focus: Between-Subjects Design: Date Rape
  • Constructing a Sexual Identity
  • Sexual Scripts
  • Making Sexual Decisions
  • Research Focus: An Experiment "Who You Pushin', Buddy!" Perceptions of Aggressiveness
  • Talking with Parents
  • Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors
  • Self-Stimulation
  • Protective Factors
  • In More Depth: Descriptions of the Experience of Orgasm
  • Sexual Response Cycle
  • Sexual Functioning: Myths and Misconceptions
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Homosexuality
  • Prejudice and Discrimination
  • One Face or Two? Sex and Gender
  • Biological and Psychosocial Bases of Sexual Attraction
  • Sexual Health: Risks and Responsibilities
  • Contraception
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Teenage Pregnancies
  • Sex Education: What Adolescents Need to Know
  • Effectiveness of School Programs
  • Comprehensive and Service Learning Programs
  • Abstinence-Only Programs
  • Chapter 7.
  • Faces of Many Colors: Ethnicity
  • Adolescents in the Family: Changing Roles and Relationships
  • Changing Relationships with Parents
  • Turmoil and Change
  • Calm and Continuity
  • Research Focus: Sampling: How Emotional Are Adolescents?
  • Change and Continuity
  • Negotiating Family Conflicts
  • Emotional Climate of Families
  • Parents and Adolescents
  • Styles of Parenting
  • In More Depth: Socializing African American Children
  • Styles of Parenting and Ethnicity
  • Contexts of Parenting: Genetic and Environmental Contributions
  • Whose Identity Crisis? Parents and Middle Age
  • Families and Adolescent Development
  • Family Factors in Development
  • Families and Ethnicity
  • In More Depth: What Parents Wish They Had Known About Adolescence
  • Siblings
  • Families in Transition
  • Changing Family Structures
  • Peach Fuzz and Whiskers: From Early Adolescence to Emerging Adulthood
  • Dual-Earner Families
  • Chapter 8.
  • Adolescents and Their Friends
  • Importance of Friendships
  • Group Identity
  • Gossip and Self-Disclosure
  • Friends and Well-Being
  • Parents and Well-Being
  • Friendship Patterns
  • Age Differences in Friendship Patterns
  • That's My Face: Identity
  • Social Competence
  • Social Status: Who's In and Who's Not
  • Interethnic Friendships
  • Gender and Friendships
  • Friendships and Sexual-Minority Youth
  • Peer Group
  • Cliques and Crowds
  • Crushes and Dating
  • Research Focus: Longitudinal Design: Friendship Patterns
  • Youth Culture
  • Chapter 1.
  • Chapter 2.
  • School
  • Conformity and Peer Pressure
  • Values
  • Deviant Behavior
  • Youth Organizations
  • Chapter 9.
  • Adolescents in the Schools
  • Educating Adolescents
  • Structuring the Learning Environment
  • Preparing for High School: Junior High or Middle School
  • Theoretical Foundations of Adolescent Development
  • What Makes Schools Effective?
  • Skilled Teachers
  • In More Depth: Science in the Classroom: Analysis of a Frisbee
  • Smaller Schools and Smaller Communities for Learning
  • School Climate
  • Full-Service Schools
  • Parental Involvement
  • School Violence
  • Bullies and Victims
  • In More Depth: Columbine: The Imaginary Audience and a Real Stage
  • Models and Theories
  • In More Depth: Definition and Forms of Bullying
  • Teaching Peace
  • Education for All
  • Gender in the Classroom
  • Multicultural Education --
  • Model Defined
  • Theory Defined
  • Environmental Model
  • Organismic Model: The Constructive Perspective
  • Environmental Theories
  • Focus on the Intellectual: Havighurst
  • Explaining the Motivational: Skinner
  • Defining Adolescents: Who Are They?
  • Focus on the Social-Interpersonal: Bandura
  • Organismic Theories: Adolescents Constructing Their Worlds
  • Focus on the Intellectual: Piaget and Kegan
  • Focus on the Motivational: Freud and Homey
  • Focus on the Social: Erikson, Chodorow, and Gilligan
  • Research Focus: Erikson's Psychohistorical Approach: A Clinician's Notebook from the Dakota Prairies
  • In More Depth: Self-Descriptions of Two Adolescents
  • In More Depth: Choosing Between Responsibility to Self and Responsibility to Others
  • Worlds of Adolescents: A Contextual Perspective
  • Internalizing the Context: Vygotsky and Rogoff
  • Studying Adolescents: Four Themes to Look for in This Text
  • Significance of Context: Protective Versus Risk Factors
  • Development Within a Personal Context: The Lifespan
  • Chapter 3.
  • Biological and Physical Changes of Adolescence: Puberty, Health, and Well-Being
  • Endocrine System
  • Hormonal Activity
  • Puberty: A Two-Step Process
  • Physical Changes of Puberty
  • Recollections of an Adolescent Girl
  • Recollections of an Adolescent Boy
  • Who Are Adolescents?
  • Growth Spurt
  • Reproductive System
  • Menarche
  • Spermarche
  • Secular Trend
  • Psychological and Social Implications of Puberty
  • Heightened Emotionality
  • Relationships with Parents
  • Timing of Change: Early and Late Maturers
  • Early and Late Maturing Boys
  • Adolescents in a Changing Society
  • Early and Late Maturing Girls
  • Body Image and Self-Esteem
  • Health and Well-Being
  • Nutrition
  • Physical Activity
  • Overweight
  • In More Depth: The Edible Schoolyard
  • Health Care
  • Poverty
  • Research Focus: Randomized Versus Quasi-Experimental Designs: What's in a Name? Communication Across the Ages
  • What Is Adolescence? Three Answers
  • Chapter 4.
  • Cognitive and Intellectual Changes of Adolescence
  • How Adolescents Think
  • Thinking Abstractly
  • Thinking Hypothetically
  • Thinking Logically
  • Biological Bases to Intellectual Development
  • Cognitive Development: A Constructive Perspective
  • Piaget and Kegan
  • Contextual Effects and Formal Thinking
  • Perspectives on Adolescence
  • Psychometric Approach to Intelligence
  • Intelligence: What Is It?
  • Closer Look: The WAIS-R
  • Intelligence Tests and Culture
  • Research Focus: Cross-Sectional and Sequential Designs: Does Intelligence Slip with Age?
  • Are There Gender Differences in Intellectual Functioning?
  • Beyond IQ: An Information Processing Approach
  • Sternberg's Componential Intelligence
  • Gardner's Multiple Intelligences
  • Practical Intelligence
  • Historical Perspective
  • Implications for Everyday Life
  • Pseudostupidity
  • Imaginary Audience
  • Understanding Others
  • New Emotions
  • Arguing
  • Doubt and Skepticism
  • Implications for the Classroom
  • Reasoning
  • Can Adolescents Think Like Scientists?
  • Adolescents at the Edge
  • Alcohol
  • Cigarettes
  • In More Depth: Criteria for Drug Dependence
  • Marijuana
  • Age, Ethnicity, and Gender
  • Patterns of Drug Use
  • Risk and Protective Factors
  • Trends Over Time
  • Prevention Programs
  • Eating Disorders
  • Gifted Adolescents
  • Bulimia and Anorexia
  • Overweight
  • Research Focus: Bias and Blind Controls: Eating Disorders
  • Depression
  • Three Depressive Disorders
  • Masked Depression
  • Suicide
  • Gender and Ethnic Differences
  • Warning Signs
  • Risk Factors
  • In More Depth: Some Characteristics of Gifted Students
  • In More Depth: A Poem Written by a 15-Year-Old Boy Two Years Before Committing Suicide
  • Counseling and Prevention
  • Chapter 13.
  • Positive Development in Adolescence: Meeting the Challenges and Making It Work
  • Protective Factors in Adolescence
  • Families
  • Research Focus: Archival Research: Racial Socialization-Survival Tactics in a White Society?
  • Communities
  • Schools
  • Personal Strengths: Temperament, Competence, and Religion
  • Adolescents with Learning Disabilities
  • Stress and Coping
  • How Adolescents Cope with Stress
  • Gender and Ethnicity
  • Learning Effective Coping Strategies
  • Beyond Coping: Caring and Prosocial Behavior
  • Positive Youth Development
  • Chapter 14.
  • Studying Adolescence: Research Methods and Issues
  • Research Strategies
  • Number of Participants
  • Research Focus: Within-Subjects Design and Attention Deficit Disorder: "Can't I Stay Home? I Think I Don't Feel Well."
  • Degree of Control
  • Developmental Research: Issues and Designs
  • Correlational Research
  • Cross-Sectional Designs
  • Longitudinal Designs
  • Sequential Designs
  • Path Analysis
  • Response Measures in Developmental Research
  • Dependent Variables
  • Types of Response Measures
  • Dropping Out
  • Research Issues
  • Internal and External Validity
  • Theory-Guided Research
  • Operationalizing Concepts
  • Sampling
  • Bias and Blind Controls
  • Tests of Significance
  • Ethics
  • Research Designs
  • Between-Subjects Designs
  • Measuring Success
  • Within-Subjects Designs
  • Matched-Subjects Designs
  • Factorial Designs
  • Testing and Public Policy
  • Chapter 10.
  • Work, Careers, and College: New Decisions, New Ways of Thinking
  • Examining the Differences
  • Adolescents at Work
  • Continuity of Attitudes Toward Work over the Lifespan
  • Part-Time Employment
  • Adolescents Who Drop Out and Employment
  • Choosing a Vocation
  • Social-Cognitive Theory
  • Research Focus: Correlational Research: Hangin' out on a Friday Night
  • Ginzburg: Vocational Stages
  • Super: Careers and the Self-Concept
  • Holland: Personality Types and Work
  • Academic Achievement
  • Joining the Workforce
  • Job Availability
  • Gender in the Workplace
  • Minorities and Work
  • Intervention Programs: Strategies for Change
  • Counselors as Change Agents
  • Irrational Beliefs and Maladaptive Myths
  • In More Depth: Myths That Interface with Adaptive Career Decision Making
  • Adolescents and College: Thinking About Ideas
  • New Solutions to Old Problems: Structural Analytical Thinking
  • Socioeconomic Status
  • How College Changes the Way Adolescents Think
  • Gender Differences in Intellectual Development
  • Knowledge of One's Culture: Everybody's an Expert
  • Adolescent Decision Making
  • Personal Effectiveness
  • Dealing with Everyday Problems
  • Chapter 11.
  • Facing the Future Values in Transition
  • Values of Adolescents
  • Values: Adolescents and Parents
  • Academic Tracking
  • Values: Gender and Race
  • Values and Culture
  • Values and Identity
  • Developing Morality
  • Social-Cognitive Theory and Moral Development
  • Internalizing Standards
  • Considering Intentions
  • Questioning Values
  • Acting Morally
  • Moral Virtues
  • Proficiency in Basic Subjects
  • Critique of Social-Cognitive Theory
  • Kohlberg: The Development of Moral Reasoning
  • In More Depth: Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Reasoning
  • Preconventional Moral Reasoning
  • In More Depth: Rachel's Dilemma
  • Conventional Moral Reasoning: Internalizing Standards
  • Research Focus: Statistical Tests of Significance: What Do a Huai Haizi, a Warui Ko, and a Bad Kid Have in Common?
  • Postconventional Moral Reasoning: Questioning Values
  • When Justice May Not Be Enough: Forgiveness
  • Critique of Kohlberg's Theory
  • Academic Success
  • Gilligan: An Ethic of Care
  • Level 1.
  • Caring for Self (Survival)
  • Level 2.
  • Caring for Others (Goodness)
  • Level 3.
  • Caring for Self and Others (Truth)
  • Critique of Gilligan's Theory
  • Comparison of Kohlberg's and Gilligan's Approaches
  • Freud: Morality and the Superego
  • Patterns of Achievement
  • Critique of Freud's Theory
  • Adolescents' Religious Beliefs
  • Importance of Religion
  • Chapter 12.
  • Problems of Youth
  • Alienation and the Failure to Cope
  • Runaways
  • Support for Adolescent Runaways and Parents
  • In More Depth: Types of Maltreatment
  • Maltreatment: Abuse and Neglect
  • Gender Differences and Achievement
  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Age Differences in Delinquency
  • Gender Differences in Delinquency
  • Ethnic Differences in Delinquency
  • Delinquency and Social Class
  • Understanding Delinquency
  • Gangs
  • Youth and Violence
  • Adolescents and Drugs
  • What Is Dependence?
Dimensions
26 cm.
Edition
6th ed.
Extent
xxix, 467, G-11, R-28, C-4, I-25 p.
Isbn
9780073194721
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2006058564
Other physical details
ill (col.)
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u1959305-01umb_inst
  • 1806891
  • (OCoLC)68260399
Label
Adolescence : continuity, change, and diversity, Nancy J. Cobb
Publication
Note
Previous ed.: 2004
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. R1-R28) and indexes
Contents
  • Lifespan Perspective
  • Study Skills and Knowing What You Don't Know
  • Metaphors and Meaning: When Is a Ship a State?
  • Chapter 5.
  • Defining the Self: identity and Intimacy
  • Autonomy and Individuation
  • Autonomy
  • Individuation
  • In More Depth: The Joys of Parenting Early Adolescents
  • Family Interaction and Adolescents' Individuation
  • In More Depth: Communication Patterns That Foster Individualism
  • Contextual Perspective
  • In More Depth: Parents' Reflections About Late Adolescence
  • Identity: The Normative Crisis of Adolescence
  • Variations on a Theme of Identity
  • Identity Statuses
  • Moratorium and Possible Selves
  • Identity styles
  • Identity: Gender and Ethnicity
  • Gender Differences in Identity Formation
  • Research Focus: Operationalizing Concepts: What Kind of Decision Maker Are You?
  • Contributions of Ethnicity to Identity Development
  • Constructive Perspective
  • Achieving a Bicultural Identity
  • Self
  • Self-Concept: Who Am I?
  • Self-Esteem: Do I Like Myself?
  • Intimacy: Discovering the Self Through Relationships
  • Knowing Oneself
  • Intimacy with Others
  • Intimacy and Identity: Different Paths to Maturity?
  • Developmental Issues in Adolescence
  • Dimensions of Relatedness
  • Faces of Adolescents
  • Gender Differences in Relatedness
  • New Definition of Maturity
  • Chapter 6.
  • Sexual Self: Close Relationships in Adolescence
  • Sexual Identity
  • Gender Stereotypes: The Meaning of Masculine and Feminine
  • Research Focus: Between-Subjects Design: Date Rape
  • Constructing a Sexual Identity
  • Sexual Scripts
  • Making Sexual Decisions
  • Research Focus: An Experiment "Who You Pushin', Buddy!" Perceptions of Aggressiveness
  • Talking with Parents
  • Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors
  • Self-Stimulation
  • Protective Factors
  • In More Depth: Descriptions of the Experience of Orgasm
  • Sexual Response Cycle
  • Sexual Functioning: Myths and Misconceptions
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Homosexuality
  • Prejudice and Discrimination
  • One Face or Two? Sex and Gender
  • Biological and Psychosocial Bases of Sexual Attraction
  • Sexual Health: Risks and Responsibilities
  • Contraception
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Teenage Pregnancies
  • Sex Education: What Adolescents Need to Know
  • Effectiveness of School Programs
  • Comprehensive and Service Learning Programs
  • Abstinence-Only Programs
  • Chapter 7.
  • Faces of Many Colors: Ethnicity
  • Adolescents in the Family: Changing Roles and Relationships
  • Changing Relationships with Parents
  • Turmoil and Change
  • Calm and Continuity
  • Research Focus: Sampling: How Emotional Are Adolescents?
  • Change and Continuity
  • Negotiating Family Conflicts
  • Emotional Climate of Families
  • Parents and Adolescents
  • Styles of Parenting
  • In More Depth: Socializing African American Children
  • Styles of Parenting and Ethnicity
  • Contexts of Parenting: Genetic and Environmental Contributions
  • Whose Identity Crisis? Parents and Middle Age
  • Families and Adolescent Development
  • Family Factors in Development
  • Families and Ethnicity
  • In More Depth: What Parents Wish They Had Known About Adolescence
  • Siblings
  • Families in Transition
  • Changing Family Structures
  • Peach Fuzz and Whiskers: From Early Adolescence to Emerging Adulthood
  • Dual-Earner Families
  • Chapter 8.
  • Adolescents and Their Friends
  • Importance of Friendships
  • Group Identity
  • Gossip and Self-Disclosure
  • Friends and Well-Being
  • Parents and Well-Being
  • Friendship Patterns
  • Age Differences in Friendship Patterns
  • That's My Face: Identity
  • Social Competence
  • Social Status: Who's In and Who's Not
  • Interethnic Friendships
  • Gender and Friendships
  • Friendships and Sexual-Minority Youth
  • Peer Group
  • Cliques and Crowds
  • Crushes and Dating
  • Research Focus: Longitudinal Design: Friendship Patterns
  • Youth Culture
  • Chapter 1.
  • Chapter 2.
  • School
  • Conformity and Peer Pressure
  • Values
  • Deviant Behavior
  • Youth Organizations
  • Chapter 9.
  • Adolescents in the Schools
  • Educating Adolescents
  • Structuring the Learning Environment
  • Preparing for High School: Junior High or Middle School
  • Theoretical Foundations of Adolescent Development
  • What Makes Schools Effective?
  • Skilled Teachers
  • In More Depth: Science in the Classroom: Analysis of a Frisbee
  • Smaller Schools and Smaller Communities for Learning
  • School Climate
  • Full-Service Schools
  • Parental Involvement
  • School Violence
  • Bullies and Victims
  • In More Depth: Columbine: The Imaginary Audience and a Real Stage
  • Models and Theories
  • In More Depth: Definition and Forms of Bullying
  • Teaching Peace
  • Education for All
  • Gender in the Classroom
  • Multicultural Education --
  • Model Defined
  • Theory Defined
  • Environmental Model
  • Organismic Model: The Constructive Perspective
  • Environmental Theories
  • Focus on the Intellectual: Havighurst
  • Explaining the Motivational: Skinner
  • Defining Adolescents: Who Are They?
  • Focus on the Social-Interpersonal: Bandura
  • Organismic Theories: Adolescents Constructing Their Worlds
  • Focus on the Intellectual: Piaget and Kegan
  • Focus on the Motivational: Freud and Homey
  • Focus on the Social: Erikson, Chodorow, and Gilligan
  • Research Focus: Erikson's Psychohistorical Approach: A Clinician's Notebook from the Dakota Prairies
  • In More Depth: Self-Descriptions of Two Adolescents
  • In More Depth: Choosing Between Responsibility to Self and Responsibility to Others
  • Worlds of Adolescents: A Contextual Perspective
  • Internalizing the Context: Vygotsky and Rogoff
  • Studying Adolescents: Four Themes to Look for in This Text
  • Significance of Context: Protective Versus Risk Factors
  • Development Within a Personal Context: The Lifespan
  • Chapter 3.
  • Biological and Physical Changes of Adolescence: Puberty, Health, and Well-Being
  • Endocrine System
  • Hormonal Activity
  • Puberty: A Two-Step Process
  • Physical Changes of Puberty
  • Recollections of an Adolescent Girl
  • Recollections of an Adolescent Boy
  • Who Are Adolescents?
  • Growth Spurt
  • Reproductive System
  • Menarche
  • Spermarche
  • Secular Trend
  • Psychological and Social Implications of Puberty
  • Heightened Emotionality
  • Relationships with Parents
  • Timing of Change: Early and Late Maturers
  • Early and Late Maturing Boys
  • Adolescents in a Changing Society
  • Early and Late Maturing Girls
  • Body Image and Self-Esteem
  • Health and Well-Being
  • Nutrition
  • Physical Activity
  • Overweight
  • In More Depth: The Edible Schoolyard
  • Health Care
  • Poverty
  • Research Focus: Randomized Versus Quasi-Experimental Designs: What's in a Name? Communication Across the Ages
  • What Is Adolescence? Three Answers
  • Chapter 4.
  • Cognitive and Intellectual Changes of Adolescence
  • How Adolescents Think
  • Thinking Abstractly
  • Thinking Hypothetically
  • Thinking Logically
  • Biological Bases to Intellectual Development
  • Cognitive Development: A Constructive Perspective
  • Piaget and Kegan
  • Contextual Effects and Formal Thinking
  • Perspectives on Adolescence
  • Psychometric Approach to Intelligence
  • Intelligence: What Is It?
  • Closer Look: The WAIS-R
  • Intelligence Tests and Culture
  • Research Focus: Cross-Sectional and Sequential Designs: Does Intelligence Slip with Age?
  • Are There Gender Differences in Intellectual Functioning?
  • Beyond IQ: An Information Processing Approach
  • Sternberg's Componential Intelligence
  • Gardner's Multiple Intelligences
  • Practical Intelligence
  • Historical Perspective
  • Implications for Everyday Life
  • Pseudostupidity
  • Imaginary Audience
  • Understanding Others
  • New Emotions
  • Arguing
  • Doubt and Skepticism
  • Implications for the Classroom
  • Reasoning
  • Can Adolescents Think Like Scientists?
  • Adolescents at the Edge
  • Alcohol
  • Cigarettes
  • In More Depth: Criteria for Drug Dependence
  • Marijuana
  • Age, Ethnicity, and Gender
  • Patterns of Drug Use
  • Risk and Protective Factors
  • Trends Over Time
  • Prevention Programs
  • Eating Disorders
  • Gifted Adolescents
  • Bulimia and Anorexia
  • Overweight
  • Research Focus: Bias and Blind Controls: Eating Disorders
  • Depression
  • Three Depressive Disorders
  • Masked Depression
  • Suicide
  • Gender and Ethnic Differences
  • Warning Signs
  • Risk Factors
  • In More Depth: Some Characteristics of Gifted Students
  • In More Depth: A Poem Written by a 15-Year-Old Boy Two Years Before Committing Suicide
  • Counseling and Prevention
  • Chapter 13.
  • Positive Development in Adolescence: Meeting the Challenges and Making It Work
  • Protective Factors in Adolescence
  • Families
  • Research Focus: Archival Research: Racial Socialization-Survival Tactics in a White Society?
  • Communities
  • Schools
  • Personal Strengths: Temperament, Competence, and Religion
  • Adolescents with Learning Disabilities
  • Stress and Coping
  • How Adolescents Cope with Stress
  • Gender and Ethnicity
  • Learning Effective Coping Strategies
  • Beyond Coping: Caring and Prosocial Behavior
  • Positive Youth Development
  • Chapter 14.
  • Studying Adolescence: Research Methods and Issues
  • Research Strategies
  • Number of Participants
  • Research Focus: Within-Subjects Design and Attention Deficit Disorder: "Can't I Stay Home? I Think I Don't Feel Well."
  • Degree of Control
  • Developmental Research: Issues and Designs
  • Correlational Research
  • Cross-Sectional Designs
  • Longitudinal Designs
  • Sequential Designs
  • Path Analysis
  • Response Measures in Developmental Research
  • Dependent Variables
  • Types of Response Measures
  • Dropping Out
  • Research Issues
  • Internal and External Validity
  • Theory-Guided Research
  • Operationalizing Concepts
  • Sampling
  • Bias and Blind Controls
  • Tests of Significance
  • Ethics
  • Research Designs
  • Between-Subjects Designs
  • Measuring Success
  • Within-Subjects Designs
  • Matched-Subjects Designs
  • Factorial Designs
  • Testing and Public Policy
  • Chapter 10.
  • Work, Careers, and College: New Decisions, New Ways of Thinking
  • Examining the Differences
  • Adolescents at Work
  • Continuity of Attitudes Toward Work over the Lifespan
  • Part-Time Employment
  • Adolescents Who Drop Out and Employment
  • Choosing a Vocation
  • Social-Cognitive Theory
  • Research Focus: Correlational Research: Hangin' out on a Friday Night
  • Ginzburg: Vocational Stages
  • Super: Careers and the Self-Concept
  • Holland: Personality Types and Work
  • Academic Achievement
  • Joining the Workforce
  • Job Availability
  • Gender in the Workplace
  • Minorities and Work
  • Intervention Programs: Strategies for Change
  • Counselors as Change Agents
  • Irrational Beliefs and Maladaptive Myths
  • In More Depth: Myths That Interface with Adaptive Career Decision Making
  • Adolescents and College: Thinking About Ideas
  • New Solutions to Old Problems: Structural Analytical Thinking
  • Socioeconomic Status
  • How College Changes the Way Adolescents Think
  • Gender Differences in Intellectual Development
  • Knowledge of One's Culture: Everybody's an Expert
  • Adolescent Decision Making
  • Personal Effectiveness
  • Dealing with Everyday Problems
  • Chapter 11.
  • Facing the Future Values in Transition
  • Values of Adolescents
  • Values: Adolescents and Parents
  • Academic Tracking
  • Values: Gender and Race
  • Values and Culture
  • Values and Identity
  • Developing Morality
  • Social-Cognitive Theory and Moral Development
  • Internalizing Standards
  • Considering Intentions
  • Questioning Values
  • Acting Morally
  • Moral Virtues
  • Proficiency in Basic Subjects
  • Critique of Social-Cognitive Theory
  • Kohlberg: The Development of Moral Reasoning
  • In More Depth: Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Reasoning
  • Preconventional Moral Reasoning
  • In More Depth: Rachel's Dilemma
  • Conventional Moral Reasoning: Internalizing Standards
  • Research Focus: Statistical Tests of Significance: What Do a Huai Haizi, a Warui Ko, and a Bad Kid Have in Common?
  • Postconventional Moral Reasoning: Questioning Values
  • When Justice May Not Be Enough: Forgiveness
  • Critique of Kohlberg's Theory
  • Academic Success
  • Gilligan: An Ethic of Care
  • Level 1.
  • Caring for Self (Survival)
  • Level 2.
  • Caring for Others (Goodness)
  • Level 3.
  • Caring for Self and Others (Truth)
  • Critique of Gilligan's Theory
  • Comparison of Kohlberg's and Gilligan's Approaches
  • Freud: Morality and the Superego
  • Patterns of Achievement
  • Critique of Freud's Theory
  • Adolescents' Religious Beliefs
  • Importance of Religion
  • Chapter 12.
  • Problems of Youth
  • Alienation and the Failure to Cope
  • Runaways
  • Support for Adolescent Runaways and Parents
  • In More Depth: Types of Maltreatment
  • Maltreatment: Abuse and Neglect
  • Gender Differences and Achievement
  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Age Differences in Delinquency
  • Gender Differences in Delinquency
  • Ethnic Differences in Delinquency
  • Delinquency and Social Class
  • Understanding Delinquency
  • Gangs
  • Youth and Violence
  • Adolescents and Drugs
  • What Is Dependence?
Dimensions
26 cm.
Edition
6th ed.
Extent
xxix, 467, G-11, R-28, C-4, I-25 p.
Isbn
9780073194721
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2006058564
Other physical details
ill (col.)
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u1959305-01umb_inst
  • 1806891
  • (OCoLC)68260399

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