Positive Youth Development.
By: Lerner, Richard.
Contributor(s): Lerner, Jacqueline | Benson, Janette B.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Advances in Child Development and Behavior: Publisher: Saint Louis : Elsevier Science, 2014Description: 1 online resource (435 p.).ISBN: 9780123864949.Subject(s): Child development | Educational psychology | Youth developmentGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Positive Youth DevelopmentDDC classification: 155.4 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front Cover; Positive Youth Development; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Positive youth development: Research and applications for promoting thriving in adolescence; I. Introduction; II. Features of the PYD Process: The Relational, Developmental Systems ""Lens""; III. The Study of Adolescence within the Relational, Developmental System; IV. The PYD Developmental Process Focuses on Individual Context Relations; V. An Overview of this Volume; VI. Conclusions; Acknowledgment; References
The development of intentional self-regulation in adolescence: Describing, explaining, and optimizing its link to positive youth developmentI. Introduction; II. Adolescent Intentional Self-regulation: Operationalization and Theoretical Context; III. The Selection, Optimization, and Compensation Model; IV. Intentional Self-Regulation in Adolescence: Research Finding; V. Applying SOC Research to the Mentoring Context: Project GPS; VI. Intentional Self-Regulation in Adolescence: Limitations of Current Studies and Suggestions for Future Research; VII. Conclusions; Acknowledgment; References
Youth Purpose and Positive Youth DevelopmentI. Introduction; II. PYD, Purpose, and Purpose-Like Constructs; A. Specific and one-dimensional definitions; B. Specific and multidimensional definitions; C. General definitions that conflate purpose with other constructs; D. Research on youth meaning; E. Research on life goals; F. Purpose as ""sparks""; G. Purpose as ""contribution""; H. Specific research studies on youth purpose and PYD indicators and outcomes; I. Positive person-centered variables; J. Positive states; K. Positive identity; L. Positive context-centered variables; III. Discussion
IV. ConclusionsReferences; Positive pathways to adulthood: The role of hope in adolescents' constructions of their futures; I. Hope and Adolescents' Future Orientations; A. The role of hope in constructing a positive future; II. Understanding Hope from a Developmental Systems Perspective; III. Prospections, Possibilities, and Purpose; IV. Consequences of Hopelessness; V. Empirical Evidence for the Role of Hope in PYD; A. Evidence from the 4-H Study of Positive Youth Development; VI. Conclusions: The Future Study of Hope; References; Intrinsic Motivation and Positive Development
I. IntroductionII. Intrinsic Motivation as a Catalyst of Learning and Development; A. The function of intrinsic motivation; B. Features of intrinsically motivated experiences; C. Evidence on the immediate effects of intrinsic motivation; 1. More Strategy Use; 2. Deeper Processing of Material; 3. More Expansive and Integrative Reasoning; D. Evidence on the cumulative outcomes from intrinsically motivated experiences; 1. Learning and School Achievement; 2. General Development; 3. Sustained Motivation in the Activity; E. A catalyst of development?; III. Factors that Shape the Experience of IM
A. The urgency and complexity of motivation
Each chapter provides in-depth discussions and this volume serves as an invaluable resource for Developmental or educational psychology researchers, scholars, and students.<br><br><ul><li>Includes chapters that highlight some of the most recent research in the area of Positive Youth Development</li><li>Each chapter provides in-depth discussions</li><li>An invaluable resource for developmental or educational psychology researchers, scholars, and students</li></ul>
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