Adolescence - Sage Library in Developmental Psychology (Hardback)Alexander T. Vazsonyi (editor)
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Adolescent development is a distinct and important field of research within developmental psychology, and the ground-breaking conceptual work of Urie Bronfenbrenner and his ecological systems theory is among the most highly-cited and influential in this area.
This SAGE Major Work covers key contributions in the area of adolescent development framed by Bronfenbrenner's seminal, from the latest developments in fMRI technology to current insights about adolescent health and problem behaviors, and is designed to be a touchstone text for scholars, practitioners and educators within the fields of developmental psychology, health, and education.
Volume One: Biological Processes, Puberty, and Brain Development
Volume Two: Proximal Developmental Contexts: The Family and Peer Group
Volume Three: Schools, Achievement, Work, and Careers
Volume Four: Distal Developmental Contexts - Neighborhoods, School, and Culture
Volume Five: Health, Health-Risk, and Problem Behaviors
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
Number of pages: 1768
Weight: 3402 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 127 mm
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