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Family and peers [electronic resource] : linking two social worlds / edited by Kathryn A. Kerns, Josefina M. Contreras, and Angela M. Neal-Barnett.

Publication:
Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2000.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (279 p.)
Series:
Praeger series in applied psychology.
Praeger series in applied psychology
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Subjects:
Parent and child.
Child rearing.
Interpersonal relations in children.
Interpersonal relations in adolescence.
Social interaction in children.
Social interaction in adolescence.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
Why is it that relationships with family members predict the quality of children's relationships outside the family? This volume discusses, from a variety of critical perspectives, several mechanisms that may account for continuities across family and peer relationships.
Contents:
Preliminaries; Contents; Introduction; 1. Emotion Regulation Processes; 2. The Ecology of Premature Autonomy in Adolescence; 3. Russian Parenting Styles and Family Processes; 4. Links between Adult and Peer Relations across Four Developmental Periods; 5. Living in a Hostile World; 6. Explaining the Link between Parenting Behavior and Children's Peer Competence; 7. Parental Management of Adolescent Peer Relationships; 8. Family-Peer Relationships; 9. Intimacy in Preadolescence and Adolescence; 10. Family and Peer Relationships and the Real-World Practitioner: A Commentary; Index
About the Editors and Contributors
Notes:
"This book is published in connection with the Tenth Kent State Psychology Forum"--P. x.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Kerns, Kathryn A., 1961-
Contreras, Josefina M., 1960-
Neal-Barnett, Angela M., 1960-
ISBN:
0-313-00151-0
OCLC:
299572103