Understanding Girls' Problem Behavior (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
252
Utgivningsdatum
2010-12-31
Upplaga
1
Förlag
John Wiley & Sons Inc
Illustrationer
Illustrations
Dimensioner
254 x 177 x 25 mm
Vikt
589 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780470666326
Understanding Girls' Problem Behavior (inbunden)

Understanding Girls' Problem Behavior

How Girls' Delinquency Develops in the Context of Maturity and Health, Co-occurring Problems, and Relationships

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Understanding Girls' Problem Behavior presents an overview of recent studies by leading researchers into key aspects of the development of problem behavior in girls. * Integrates interdisciplinary research into girls' problem behaviors (e.g. aggression, antisocial behavior, rule breaking) * Unique in seeking to understand girls' problem behaviors in their own right * Follows the maturing girl from adolescence to adulthood, concluding at the point where she herself becomes a parent and forms new relationships * Gives attention to the critical contexts of problem behavior development-society and neighborhood, as well as family and peer contexts
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"This volume offers a valuable international perspective on understanding key aspects of girls' behavior problems - more prevalent than usually believed, but studied less than that of boys." (Booknews, 1 June 2011)

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Margaret Kerr is Professor of Psychology at Orebro University, Sweden. Hakan Stattin is Professor of Psychology at Uppsala and Orebro Universities, Sweden. Rutger C.M.E. Engels is Professor of Developmental Psychopathology, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Geertjan Overbeek is Associate Professor at the Department of Developmental Psychology, Utrecht University, The Netherlands. Anna-Karin Andershed is Assistant Professor of Psychology at Orebro University, Sweden.

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About the Editors ix List of Contributors xi Acknowledgements xv Introduction: Girls' Problem Behavior: From the What to the Why 1 Geertjan Overbeek and Anna-Karin Andershed PART 1: MATURITY AND HEALTH 9 1 A Contextual Amplification Hypothesis: Pubertal Timing and Girls' Emotional and Behavioral Problems 11 Xiaojia Ge, Misaki N. Natsuaki, Run Jin, and Michael C. Biehl 2 Fits and Misfits: How Adolescents' Representations of Maturity Relate To Their Adjustment 31 Lauree C. Tilton-Weaver, Fumiko Kakihara, Sheila K. Marshall, and Nancy L. Galambos 3 Physical Health in Adolescent Girls with Antisocial Behavior 69 Kathleen Pajer, Andrea Lourie, and Lisa Leininger PART 2: CO-OCCURRING PROBLEMS 95 4 Using Girls' Voices and Words to Study Their Problems 97 Joanne Belknap, Emily Gaarder, Kristi Holsinger, Cathy McDaniels Wilson, and Bonnie Cady 5 Developmental Comorbidity of Depression and Conduct Problems in Girls 117 Kate Keenan, Xin Feng, Dara Babinski, Alison Hipwell, Amanda Hinze, Rolf Loeber, and Magda Stouthamer-Loeber PART 3: GIRLS' PROBLEM BEHAVIOR AND RELATIONSHIPS 139 6 Deviancy Training in a Sample of High-Risk Adolescent Girls in The Netherlands 141 Annika K. E. de Haan, Geertjan Overbeek, Karin S. Nijhof, and Rutger C. M. E. Engels 7 Girls' Aggressive Behavior Problems: A Focus on Relationships 165 Debra Pepler, Jennifer Connolly, Wendy Craig, and Depeng Jiang 8 Attachment and Aggression: From Paradox to Principles of Intervention to Reduce Risk of Violence in Teens 185 Marlene M. Moretti and Ingrid Obsuth 9 The Transfer of Developmental and Health Risk from Women with Histories of Aggressive Behavior to Their Children: Recent Results from the Concordia Longitudinal Project 207 Lisa A. Serbin, Dale M. Stack, Michele Hubert, Alex E. Schwartzman, and Jane Ledingham Index 231