Well-Being : Positive Development Across the Life Course
By: Bornstein, Marc H.
Contributor(s): Davidson, Lucy | Keyes, Corey L.M | Moore, Kristin A.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Crosscurrents in Contemporary Psychology Series: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2012Description: 1 online resource (591 p.).ISBN: 9781410607171.Subject(s): Developmental psychology | Health | HealthGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Well-Being : Positive Development Across the Life CourseDDC classification: 155 LOC classification: BF713.5.W4Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front Cover; Well-Being; Copyright Page; Contents; Series Prologue: Marc H. Bornstein; Foreword: William H. Foege; Chapter 1. A Brief History of Well-Being in Children and Adults: Kristin A. Moore and Corey L. M. Keyes; Chapter 2. The Strength-Based Approach to Child Well-Being: Let's Begin With the End in Mind: Elizabeth L. Pollard and Mark L. Rosenberg; Chapter 3. Holistic Well-Being and the Developing Child: Jonathan F. Zaff, D. Camille Smith, Martha F. Rogers, Caroline H. Leavitt, Tamara G. Halle, and Marc H. Bornstein; Part I: Physical Domain
Chapter 4. Good Nutrition: The Imperative for Positive Development: Caroline H. Leavitt, Thomas F. Tonniges, and Martha F. RogersChapter 5. Preventive Health Care in Early Childhood and Throughout the Life Span: Thomas F. Tonniges and Caroline H. Leavitt; Chapter 6. Physical Activity and Well-Being: Jeanette M. Conner; Chapter 7. Promotion of Safety, Security, and Well-Being: David A. Sleet and James A. Mercy; Chapter 8. Reproductive Health: Jeanette M. Conner and James E. Dewey; Chapter 9. Growing Up Drug Free: A Developmental Challenge: Bruce G. Simons-Morton and Denise L. Haynie
Part II: Social-Emotional DomainChapter 10. Emotional Development and Well-Being: Tamara G. Halle; Chapter 11. Emotion Regulation From Infancy Through Adolescence: William G. Graziano and Renee M. Tobin; Chapter 12. Coping as an Element of Developmental Well-Being: Lisa J. Bridges; Chapter 13. Autonomy as an Element of Developmental Well-Being: Lisa J. Bridges; Chapter 14. Trust, Attachment, and Relatedness: Lisa J. Bridges; Chapter 15. Parent-Child Relationships: Martha J. Cox and Kristina S. M. Harter; Chapter 16. Sibling Relationships: Brenda L. Volling
Chapter 17. Peer Relationships: William M. BukowskiChapter 18. Positive Development of the Self: Self-Concept, Self-Esteem, and Identity: Jonathan F. Zaff and Elizabeth C. Hair; Chapter 19. Prosocial Behavior, Empathy, and Sympathy: Nancy Eisenberg; Part III: Cognitive Domain; Chapter 20. Information Processing and Memory: Robert V. Kail; Chapter 21. Curiosity, Exploration, and Novelty-Seeking: Naomi Wentworth and Sam L. Witryol; Chapter 22. Mastery Motivation and Goal Persistence in Young Children: Kay Donahue Jennings and Laura J. Dietz
Chapter 23. Thinking and Intelligence: Robert S. SieglerChapter 24. Problem Solving as an Element of Developmental Well-Being: D. Camille Smith; Chapter 25. Language and Literacy: Brian MacWhinney and Marc H. Bornstein; Chapter 26. Educational Achievement: Stephen B. Plank and Douglas J. MacIver; Chapter 27. Moral Development in Childhood: Daniel A. Hart, Debra A. Burock, Bonita E. London, and Amanda M. Miraglia; Chapter 28. Creativity and Talent: Ellen Winner; Part IV: Adult Development Domain
Chapter 29. Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood: The Critical Passage Ways to Adulthood: Jacquelynne Eccles, Janice Templeton, Bonnie Barber, and Margaret Stone
This volume derived from original presentations given at a conference in Atlanta, Georgia, under the auspices of the Center for Child Well-Being. Scholars, practitioners, public health professionals, and principals in the child development community convened to address a science-based framework for elements of well-being and how the elements might be developed across the life course. Integrating physical, cognitive, and social-emotional domains, Well-Being is the first scientific book to consider well-being holistically. Focusing on a set of core strengths grouped within these
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