Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, c2012.
xiv, 328 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Machine generated contents note:
Introduction to the Volume. Patricia K. Kerig and Marc S. Schulz
<strong>Section I. SELF-DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATORY PROCESSES</strong>
Introduction to Section I
Chapter 1. Regulating Emotion in Adolescence: A Cognitive-Mediational Conceptualization, Marc S. Schulz and Richard S. Lazarus
Chapter 2. Risk and Protective Factors for Suicidality during the Transition to Adulthood: Parenting, Self-Regulatory Processes, and Successful Resolution of Stage-Salient Tasks, Daria Boeninger and Rand D. Conger
Chapter 3. The Status of Identity: Developments in Identity Status Research, Jane Kroger
<strong>Section II. FRIENDSHIP AND INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS</strong>
Introduction to Section II
Chapter 4. The Quality of Friendships during Adolescence: Patterns across Context, Culture, and Age, Niobe Way and Lisa R. Silverman
Chapter 5. The Intergenerational Transmission of Adolescent Romantic Relationships, Shmuel Shulman, Miri Scharf, and Lital Shachar-Shapira
Chapter 6. Autonomy with Connection: Influences of Parental Psychological Control on Mutuality in Emerging Adults' Close Relationships, Patricia K. Kerig, Julie A. Swanson, and Rose Marie Ward
<strong>Section III. SHIFTS IN FAMILY ROLES AND RELATIONSHIPS</strong>
Introduction to Section III
Chapter 7. Sociocultural Perspectives on Adolescent Autonomy, Kathleen Boykin McElhaney and Joseph P. Allen
Chapter 8. "Mama, I'm a Person, Too!": Individuation and Young African-American Mothers' Parenting Competence, Laura D. Pittman, Lauren S. Wakschlag, P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn
Chapter 9. Young Fathers and the Transition to Parenthood: An Interpersonal Analysis of Paternal Outcomes, Paul Florsheim and David R. Moore
<strong>Section IV. LIFE EVENTS AND CHALLENGING CONTEXTS</strong>
Introduction to Section IV
Chapter 10. Exceptional Outcomes: Using Narratives and Family Observations to Understand Resilience, Stuart T. Hauser, Joseph P. Allen, and Marc S. Schulz
Chapter 11. Sexual-minority Identity Development in the Family Context, Lisa M. Diamond, Molly R. Butterworth, and Kendrick Allen
Chapter 12. Resilience and Vulnerability of Mexican Origin Youth and their Families: A Test of a Culturally-Informed Model of Family Economic Stress, Rand D. Conger, Hairong Song, Gary D. Stockdale, Emilio Ferrer, Keith F. Widaman, and Ana M. Cauce
Chapter 13. Psychiatric hospitalization: The utility of using archival records to understand the lives of adolescent patients, Karin M. Best and Stuart T. Hauser
Conclusion. Looking Beyond Adolescence: Translating Basic Research into Clinical Practice, Patricia K. Kerig and Marc S. Schulz.
"While the period of transition from adolescence to adulthood has become a recent focus for developmental psychologists and child mental health practitioners, the full role of the family during this period is only beginning to be explored. Many compelling questions, of interest to anyone involved in adolescence research, remain unanswered. To what extent do family experiences influence the way one navigates through emerging adulthood? How do we begin to understand the interplay between adolescents' contexts and their development and well-being? Adolescence and Beyond: Family Processes and Development offers an accessible synthesis of research, theories, and perspectives on the family processes that contribute to development. Chapters from expert researchers cover a wide variety of topics surrounding the link between family processes and individual development, including adolescent romantic relationships, emotion regulation, resilience in contexts of risk, and socio-cultural and ethnic influences on development. Drawing on diverse research and methodological approaches that include direct family observations, interviews, and narrative analyses, this volume presents cutting-edge conceptual and empirical work on the key developmental tasks and challenges in the transition between adolescence and adulthood. Researchers, practitioners, and students in social, developmental, and clinical psychology--as well as those in social work, psychiatry, and pediatrics--will find this book an invaluable summary of important research on the link between family process and individual development"-- Provided by publisher.