Pathways To Competence

Author: Sarah Landy
Publisher: Brookes Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781557668912
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Updated edition of the "one-stop" comprehensive guide to fostering social emotional development in young children

Pathways To Competence For Young Children

Author: Sarah Landy
Publisher: Paul H Brookes Pub Co
ISBN: 9781557668622
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Developed from Sarah Landy's highly regarded child development book, Pathways to Competence: Encouraging Healthy Social and Emotional Development in Young Children, this manual and CD set shows how to set up, lead, and evaluate a parenting ...

Developmental Cognitive Behavioral Therapy With Adults

Author: Janet M. Zarb
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135913722
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concept of developmental pathways to competence is also compatible with a
Developmental CBT approach. This concept was adopted by Bowlby and others (
Bowlby, 1973; Fischer et al., 1997). Pathology is viewed in terms of
developmental deviation and therefore requires an understanding of normative
development issues such as secure attachment, modulated impulse control, and
effective entry into a peer ...

Early Childhood Intervention

Author: National Research Council
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 030917189X
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Notwithstanding the differences generated by their diverse disciplinary
perspectives and early intervention experiences, the workshop participants
identified a common set of principles to define child competence and well-being.
• The first principle is that the process of development is complex, nonlinear, and
characterized by unexpected bumps, turns, openings, detours, unimpeded
pathways, and insurmountable obstacles. Related to this characterization are the
notions that there are ...

Attachment Processes In Couple And Family Therapy

Author: Susan M. Johnson
Publisher: Guilford Press
ISBN: 1606237489
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Pathways. to. Competence. VIVIAN. J. CARLSON. ROBIN. L. HARWOOD. The
importance of early attachment relationships and their role in guiding future
socioemotional development has been widely documented in recent decades (
Cassidy & Shaver, 1999). Investigations of the role of culture in early attachment
formation have been less numerous, but are now providing a growing body of
evidence highlighting the need for careful consideration of cultural meanings in
attachment ...

Children Of The Land

Author: Glen H. Elder
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022622497X
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A moving testament to the distinctly positive lifestyle of Iowa families with connections to the land, this uplifting book also suggests important routes to success for youths in other high risk settings.

Relationships As Developmental Contexts

Author: W. Andrew Collins
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 1135685320
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Is there support for a developmental model in which attachment history promotes
successful entry into the peer group, with peer experiences then supporting the
developmental trajectory toward later social competence? We examine
specifically whether there is a cumulative impact of ongoing experience and
whether pathways to competence vary depending on the particular aspect of
competence outcome assessed. We conducted a series of multiple regressions,
using different ...

Multilevel Dynamics In Developmental Psychopathology

Author: Ann S. Masten
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 1135594953
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In this single-volume survey of the history of acting, Jean Benedetti traces the evolution of the theories of the actor's craft drawing extensively on extracts from key texts, many of which are unavailable for the student today.

From Neurons To Neighborhoods

Author: Committee on Integrating the Science of Early Childhood Development
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309069882
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It matters to the children themselves, creating a context in which they evaluate
their self-worth, competence, and view of the world as pleasant or hostile (Harter,
1982; Ladd and Price, 1986). It matters to their future, as the patterns of peer
interaction in early childhood increasingly predict whether children will walk
pathways to competence or deviance in the tasks of middle childhood and
adolescence (Barclay, 1966; Kupersmidt and Coie, 1990; Ollendick et al., 1992).
And it matters to ...