The development of the person. The Minnesota Study of Risk and Adaptation from Birth to Adulthood by L. Alan Sroufe ... [et al.]
Contributor(s): EGELAND, Byron | CARLSON, Elizabeth A | COLLINS, W. Andrew | Sroufe, L. Alan.Publisher: New York, London, Guilford Press, 2005Description: xvi, 384 p. 24 cm.ISBN: 1593859139; 9781593851583; 9781593859138; 9781606232491; 1593851588; 1593851588.Subject(s): Minnesota Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children | DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY ILK | LIFESPAN : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY ILK | LONGITUDINAL STUDIES : PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH IBF UOther classification: ILK BFU Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 343-372) and index
The challenge -- A perspective on development -- Inception -- The follow-up strategy -- Adaptation in infancy -- Adaptation in the toddler period: guided self-regulation -- Adaptation in the preschool period: the emergence of the coherent personality -- Adaptation in middle childhood: the era of competence -- Adaptation in adolescence: autonomy with connectedness -- The transition to adulthood -- The developmental process -- Behavioral and emotional disturbance -- Clinical implications -- The tasks ahead.
"The definitive work on a groundbreaking longitudinal study, this volume provides a coherent picture of the nature of development from birth to adulthood. Explained are both the methodology of the Minnesota Study and its far-reaching contributions to understanding how we become who we are. Shedding new light on both positive development and maladaptation, the book is written by the researchers themselves. It is provocative, insightful, and informative reading for anyone studying or working with infants, children, and families."--Jacket.