Table of contents for Families count : effects on child and adolescent development / edited by Alison Clarke-Stewart, Judy Dunn.

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List of Contributors
Introduction
Part One Risk and Resilience
1. How Families Matter in Child Development: Reflections from
Research on Risk and Resilience
Ann S. Masten and Anne Shaffer
2. The Promotion of Resilience in the Face of Adversity
Michael Rutter
3. Identifying Risk And Protective Factors For Healthy Child
Development
Arnold Sameroff
Part Two Peer and Parents
4. The Influence of Family and Peer Relationships in the Development
of Competence during Adolescence
W. Andrew Collins and Glenn I. Roisman
5. Toward a Dynamic Developmental Model of the Role of Parents
and Peers in Early Onset Substance Use
Kenneth A. Dodge, Patrick S. Malone, Jennifer E. Lansford,
Miller-Johnson, Gregory S. Pettit, and John E. Bates
Part Three Work and Family
6. Mothers and Fathers at Work: Implications for Families and
Children
Ann C. Crouter
7. The Family-Child Care Mesosystem
Kathleen McCartney
Part Four Discord and Divorce
8. Marital Discord, Divorce, And Children'sWell-Being: Results From
A 20-Year Longitudinal Study Of Two Generations
Paul R. Amato
9. The Influence of Conflict, Marital Problem Solving and Parenting
on Children's Adjustment in Nondivorced, Divorced and Remarried
Families
E. Mavis Hetherington
10. Adolescents' Development in High-Conflict and Separated
Families: Evidence from a German Longitudinal Study
Sabine Walper & Katharina Beckh
Part Five New and Extended Family Forms
11. New Family Forms
Susan Golombok
12. Grandparents, Grandchildren, and Family Change in Contempo-
rary Britain
Judy Dunn, Emma Fergusson, and Barbara Maughan
Part Six Conclusions and Commentaries
13. What HaveWe Learned: Proof that Families Matter, Prospects
Future Research, and Policies for Families and Children
Alison Clarke-Stewart
14. Research and Policy: Second Looks at Views of Development,
Families, and Communities, and at Translations into Practice
Jacqueline J. Goodnow
15. Prognosis: Policy And Process
Robert A. Hinde

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Child psychology.
Adolescent psychology.
Family -- Psychological aspects.