Encyclopedia of Adolescence: Normative Processes in by Mitchell J. Prinstein, Benson Bradford Brown
By Mitchell J. Prinstein, Benson Bradford Brown
The interval of youth consists of progress, version, and dramatic reorganization in virtually each element of social and mental improvement. The Encyclopedia of youth bargains an exhaustive and accomplished overview of present concept and examine findings relating this serious decade of lifestyles. major scientists provide available and simply readable reports of organic, social, academic, occupational, and cultural components that form adolescent improvement. matters in normative improvement, person adjustments, and psychopathology/maladjustment are reviewed. Over one hundred thirty chapters are integrated, every one protecting a particular element or factor of youth. The chapters hint ameliorations during early life in numerous international locations and between adolescence with various backgrounds. The encyclopedia brings jointly cross-disciplinary individuals, together with educational researchers, biologists, psychiatrists, sociologists, anthropologists and public coverage specialists, and should comprise authors from all over the world. every one article beneficial properties an in-depth research of present info at the subject, in addition to a word list, instructed readings for additional info, and cross-references to comparable encyclopedia articles. The volumes provide an unheard of source for all audiences, offering a extra entire knowing of common issues in comparison to different reference works at the topic. on hand either in print and on-line through SciVerse technological know-how Direct.The paintings will characteristic over one hundred forty signed and peer-reviewed entries, together with content material on normative improvement, person ameliorations, cultural ameliorations, social and emotional improvement, schooling, paintings, and psychopathlogy as they practice to teens. every one article will stick with a collection structure of thesaurus, introductory paragraph, physique of the paintings, prompt readings for additional info, and cross-references to similar encyclopedia articles. The encyclopedia brings jointly cross-disciplinary members, together with developmental psychologists, academic psychologists, medical psychologists, biologists, psychiatrists, sociologists, anthropologists and public coverage specialists, and should comprise authors from worldwide. released either in print and through Elsevier's on-line platform of technological know-how Direct, this Encyclopedia could have the improved alternative of integrating conventional print with on-line multimedia
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