Stress, Risk, and Resilience in Children and Adolescents: Processes, Mechanisms, and Interventions
Robert J. Haggerty, Norman Garmezy, Lonnie R. Sherrod, Michael Rutter
Cambridge University Press, Sep 28, 1996 - Psychology - 417 pages
Many children's behavioral problems have multiple causes, and most children with one problem behavior also have others. The co-occurence and interrelatedness of risk factors and problem behavior is certainly an important area of research. This volume recognizes the complexity of the developmental processes that influence coping and resilience and the roles sociocultural factors play. The contributors focus on four themes that have emerged in the study of risk and coping over the past decade: interrelatedness of risk and problems, individual variability in resilience and susceptibility to stress, processes and mechanisms linking multiple stressors to multiple outcomes, and interventions and prevention. Psychologists, pediatricians, and others involved in the research or care of children will take great interest in this text.
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