Handbook of Social Development : A Lifespan Perspective

Social development over one's lifetime is a complex area that has received consider­ able attention in the psychological, social-psychological, and sociological literature over the years. Surprisingl~ however, since 1969, when Rand McNally published Goslin's Handbook of Socialization, no c...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Van Hasselt, Vincent B. (Editor), Hersen, Michel (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY Springer US 1992, 1992
Edition:1st ed. 1992
Series:Perspectives in Developmental Psychology
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Table of Contents:
  • A View from Development and Ethology
  • 3 Psychodynamic Models
  • 4 Learning Theories
  • 5 A Humanistic Approach to Lifespan Development
  • II. Infants and Toddlers
  • 6 Attachment and Bonding
  • 7 Social and Communicative Development in Infancy
  • 8 Peers and Play in Infants and Toddlers
  • 9 Sibling Interaction
  • III. Children and Adolescence
  • 10 The Development of Prosocial Behavior
  • 11 Peer Relations in Early and Middle Childhood
  • 12 Interpersonal Problem Solving and Social Competence in Children
  • 13 Gender Identity and Sex Roles
  • 14 Adolescence and Family Interaction
  • 15 Adolescent Heterosocial Interactions and Dating
  • IV. Adults
  • 16 Marriage
  • 17 Work
  • 18 Masculine Gender Role and Midlife Transition in Men
  • V. The Elderly
  • 19 Work, Retirement, and Activity: Coping Challenges for the Elderly
  • 20 Psychosocial Responses to Environment Change
  • 21 Bereavement to Widowhood