Table of contents for Handbook of adolescent psychology / Richard M. Lerner and Laurence Steinberg.


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Edited by (R. Lerner & L. Steinberg).  
  Foreword (W. Damon).  
  The Scientific Study of Adolescent Development: Past, Present, and Future (R. Lerner & L. Steinberg).  
  PART I: FOUNDATIONS OF THE DEVELOPMENTAL SCIENCE OF ADOLESCENCE.  
  Puberty and Psychological Development (E. Susman & A. Rogol).  
  Cognitive and Brain Development (D. Keating).  
  Socialization and Self-Development: Channeling, Selection, Adjustment, and Reflection (J. Nurmi).  
  Schools, Academic Motivation, and Stage-Environment Fit (J. Eccles).  
  Moral Cognitons and Prosocial Responding in Adolescence (N. Eisenberg & A. Morris).  
  Sex (R. Savin-Williams & L. Diamond).  
  Processes of Risk and Resilience During Adolescence: Linking Contexts and Individuals (B. Compas).  
  PART II: SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS AND SOCIAL CONTEXTS IN ADOLESCENCE.  
  Adolescence Across PLace and Time: Globalization and The Changing Pathways to Adulthood (R. Larson & S. Wilson).  
  Parent-Adolescent Relationships and Influences (W. Collins & B. Laursen).  
  Adolescents' Relationships with Peers (B. Brown).  
  Contexts for Mentoring: Adolescent-Adult Relationships in Workplaces and Communities (S. Hamilton & M. Hamilton).  
  Work and Leisure in Adolescence (J. Staff, et al.).  
  Diversity in Developmental Trajectories Across Adolescences: Neighborhood Influences (T. Leventhal & J. Brooks-Gunn).  
  Adolescents and Media (D. Roberts, et al.).  
  The Legal Regulation of Adolescence (E. Scott & J. Woolard).  
  PART III: ADOLESCENT CHALLENGES, CHOICES, AND POSITIVE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT.  
  Adolescent Health from an International Perspective (R. Blum & K. Nelson-Mmari).  
  Internalizing Problems During Adolescence (J. Graber).  
  Conduct Disorder, Aggression, and Delinquency (D. Farrington).  
  Adolescent Substance Use (L. Chassin, et al.).  
  Adolescents with Developmental Disabilities and Their Families (P. Hauser-Cram & M. Krauss).  
  Volunteerism, Leadership, Political Socialization, and Civil Engagement (C. Flanagan).  
  Applying Developmental Science: Methods, Visions, and Values (L. Sherrod, et al.).  
  Youth Development, Developmental Assets and Public Policy (P. Benson, et al.).  
  Afterword: On the Future Development of Adolescent Psychology (Beatrix and David Hamburg).  
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Adolescent psychology