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Table of Contents Author Biographies Preface Section I: Theoretical Foundations Chapter 1 Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, "Emerging Adulthood: Understanding the New Way of Coming of Age" Chapter 2 Jennifer Lynn Tanner, "Recentering during Emerging Adulthood, A Critical Turning Point in Life Span Human Development" Section II: Individual Characteristics Chapter 3 Gisela Labouvie-Vief, "Emerging Structures of Adult Thought" Chapter 4 James Côté, "Emerging Adulthood as an Institutionalized Moratorium: Risks and Benefits to Identity Formation" Chapter 5 Jean Phinney, "Ethnic Identity Exploration in Emerging Adulthood" Chapter 6 John E. Schulenberg and Nicole R. Zarrett, "Mental Health in Emerging Adulthood: Continuities and Discontinuities in Course, Causes, and Functions" Chapter 7 Ann S. Masten, Jelena Obradovic, and Keith B. Burt, "Resilience in Emerging Adulthood: Developmental Perspectives on Continuity and Transformation" Section III: Contexts Chapter 8 William Aquilino, "Family Relationships and Support Systems in Emerging Adulthood" Chapter 9 W. Andrew Collins and Manfred van Dulmen, "Friendships and Romance in Emerging Adulthood: Assessing Distinctiveness in Close Relationships" Chapter 10 Eva S. Lefkowitz and Meghan M. Gillen, "'Sex is Just a Normal Part of Life': Sexuality in Emerging Adulthood" Chapter 11 Stephen F. Hamilton and Mary Agnes Hamilton, "School, Work, and Emerging Adulthood" Chapter 12 Jane D. Brown, "Emerging Adults in a Media-Saturated World" Section IV: Conclusion Chapter 13 Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, "The Study of Emerging Adulthood: What Is Known, and What Remains to Be Known?"
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Young adults -- United States -- Social conditions -- 21st century -- Congresses.
Young adults -- United States -- Psychology -- Congresses.
Developmental psychology -- Congresses.