ERIC Number: ED481045
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2003
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Well-Being: Positive Development across the Life Course.
Bornstein, Marc H., Ed.; Davidson, Lucy, Ed.; Keyes, Corey L. M., Ed.; Moore, Kristin A., Ed.
This book offers a holistic examination of well-being across the life course by experts in psychology, sociology, child development, and medicine, and describes foundational strengths for well-being from infancy through adulthood. The chapters are: (1) "A Brief History of the Study of Well-Being in Children and Adults" (Kristin A. Moore and Corey L. M. Keyes); (2) "The Strength-Based Approach to Child Well-Being: Let's Begin with the End in Mind" (Elizabeth L. Pollard and Mark L. Rosenberg); (3) "Holistic Well-Being and the Developing Child" (Jonathan F. Zaff, D. Camille Smith, Martha F. Rogers, Caroline H. Leavitt, Tamara G. Halle, and Marc H. Bornstein); (4) "Good Nutrition--The Imperative for Positive Development" (Caroline H. Leavitt, Thomas F. Tonniges, and Martha F. Rogers); (5) "Preventive Health Care in Early Childhood and through the Life Span" (Thomas F. Tonniges and Caroline H. Leavitt); (6) "Physical Activity and Well-Being" (Jeanette M. Conner); (7) "Promotion of Safety, Security, and Well-Being" (David A. Sleet and James A. Mercy); (8) "Reproductive Health" (Jeanette M. Conner and James E. Dewey); (9) "Growing Up Drug Free: A Developmental Challenge" (Bruce G. Simons-Morton and Denise L. Haynie); (10) "Emotional Development and Well-Being" (Tamara G. Halle); (11) "Emotion Regulation from Infancy through Adolescence" (William G. Graziano and Renee M. Tobin); (12) "Coping as an Element of Developmental Well-Being" (Lisa J. Bridges); (13) "Autonomy as an Element of Developmental Well-Being" (Lisa J. Bridges); (14) "Trust, Attachment, and Relatedness" (Lisa J. Bridges); (15) "Parent-Child Relationships" (Martha J. Cox and Kristina S. M. Harter); (16) "Sibling Relationships" (Brenda L. Volling); (17) "Peer Relationships" (William M. Bukowski); (18) "Positive Development of the Self: Self-Concept, Self-Esteem, and Identity" (Jonathan F. Zaff and Elizabeth C. Hair); (19) "Prosocial Behavior, Empathy, and Sympathy" (Nancy Eisenberg); (20) "Information Processing and Memory" (Robert V. Kail); (21) "Curiosity, Exploration, and Novelty-Seeking" (Naomi Wentworth and Sam L. Witryol); (22) "Mastery Motivation and Goal Persistence in Young Children" (Kay Donahue Jennings and Laura J. Dietz); (23) "Thinking and Intelligence" (Robert S. Siegler); (24) "Problem-Solving as an Element of Developmental Well-Being" (D. Camille Smith); (25)"Language and Literacy" (Brian MacWhinney and Marc H. Bornstein); (26) "Educational Achievement" (Stephen B. Plank, and Douglas J. MacIver); (27) "Moral Development in Childhood" (Daniel Hart, Debra Burock, Bonita London, and Amanda Miraglia); (28) "Creativity and Talent" (Ellen Winner); (29) "Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood: The Critical Passage Ways to Adulthood" (Jacquelynne Eccles, Janice Templeton, Bonnie Barber, and Margaret Stone); (30) "Physical Health and Adult Well-Being" (Edward L. Schneider and Lucy Davidson); (31) "Social and Emotional Engagement in Adulthood" (Donald C. Reitzes); (32) "Cognitive Styles and Well-Being in Adulthood and Old Age" (Derek M. Isaacowitz and Martin E. P. Seligman); (33) "Dimensions of Well-Being and Mental Health in Adulthood" (Corey L. M. Keyes and Mary Beth Waterman); (34) "Child Well-Being: From Elements to Integrations" (Richard M. Lerner, Marc H. Bornstein, and D. Camille Smith); and (35) "Well-Being and the Future: Using Science Based Knowledge to Inform Practice and Policy" (Lucy Davidson, Mark L. Rosenberg, and Kristin A. Moore). (Each chapter contains references. (KB)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Adolescents, Adults, Child Development, Child Health, Child Safety, Children, Cognitive Development, Developmental Stages, Individual Development, Interpersonal Relationship, Mental Health, Parent Child Relationship, Peer Relationship, Personal Autonomy, Problem Solving, Public Policy, Self Esteem, Thinking Skills, Well Being
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