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Editors: Earl B. Darlon
Book Description:
Developmentally, puberty is accompanied by major physical and emotional changes that alter a young personís relationships and patterns of interaction with others. The transition into adolescence begins the move toward independence from parents and the need to establish oneís own values, personal and sexual identity, and the skills and competencies needed to compete in adult society. Independence requires young people to renegotiate family rules and degree of supervision by parents, a process that can generate conflict and withdrawal from parents. At the same time, social networks expand, and relationships with peers and adults in new social contexts equal or exceed in importance the relationships with parents. The criteria for success and acceptance among peers and adults change. Adapting to all of these changes in relationships, social contexts, status, and performance criteria can generate great stress, feelings of rejection, and anger at perceived or real failure. Young people may be attracted to violent behavior as a way of asserting their independence of the adult world and its rules, as a way of gaining the attention and respect of peers, as a way of compensating for limited personal competencies, or as a response to restricted opportunities for success at school or in the community. Good relationships with parents during childhood will help in a successful transition to adolescence, but they do not guarantee it. This book examines crucial issues in the field.

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Preface

Research and Review Studies

Chapter I - The Potential Role of Dopaminergic Neuromodulation in Adolescence; (pp. 1-25)
(Kristie H. Stansfield, Cheryl L. Kirstein, Cognitive and Neural Sciences, Univ. of South Florida, Tampa, FL)

Chapter II - Changing the "Culture of Teen Driving": Integrating Parent Involvment and Driver Education; (pp. 27-45)
(Jessica Hartos, Dept. of Health Behavior & Administration, UNC Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, David C. Huff, Office of Public Instruction, Helena, MT)

Chapter III - Improving Parenting Competencies among Teen Mothers, The Shared Beginnings Experience; (pp. 47-63)
(Kaia Gallagher, Center for Research Strategies, Denver, Colorado, Ronnie Rosenbaum, Shared Beginnings, Denver, Colorado, Julie Henry, Shared Beginnings, Denver, Colorado)

Chapter IV - Social Support for Adolescent Mothers: The Role of Community Mentors; (pp. 65-77)
(Lisa A. Turner, Marilyn Wilson McGowan, Christi L. Culpepper, Univ. of South Alabama)

Chapter V - Health Habits of Poznan High Schools Undergraduates;
(pp. 79-92)
(Malgorzata Gromadecka-Sutkiewicz, Division of Medical Sociology, Poznan, Univ. of Medical Sciences, Malgorzata Krzywinska-Wiewiorowska, Dept. of Epidemiology, Poznan Univ. of Medical Sciences)

Chapter VI - Delinquent Friendship Networks (The Concurrent and Longitudinal Implications of Friendship Networks for Adolescent Delinquency); (pp. 93-10)
(Daneen P. Deptula, Koyeli Sengupta, Eastern Illinois Univ.)

Chapter VII - Sleeping Habits and Reported Sleep Quality among School Adolescents in Cuenca, Spain; (pp. 111-127)
(Garcia-Jimenez, Salcedo Aguilar F., Bona Garcia J., Jefe del Servicio de Neurofisiologia Clinica (Unidad de Sueno) Hospital "Virgen de la Luz" y Unidad docente de Atencion Primaria, Cuenca)

Chapter VIII - Selection into Social Positions- Connections with Health, Health-Related Lifestyle and Educational Choices in Adolescence; (pp. 129-166)
(Leena Koivusilta, Dept. of Social Policy, Univ. of Turku, Finland, Arja Rimpela, School of Public Helath, Univ. of Tampere, Finland)

Chapter IX - Adolescent Sexual Risk Behavior: Associations with Family, Peers and School Environment; (pp. 167-180)
(Aleksandra Jovic-Vranes, Institute of Social Medicine, Medical School Univ. of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia, Boris Vranes, Institute of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Clinical Center of Serbia)

Chapter X - Substance Use and Delinquency among Korean Adolescents; (pp. 181-208)
(Hun Soo Kim, Univ. of Ulsan School of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea, Hyun Sil Kim, Dept. of Nursing, Daegu Haany Univ., Daegu, South Korea)

Chapter XI - Suicidal Behavior, Alcohol and Adolescence; (pp. 209-218)
(Leo Sher, Division of Neuroscience, Dept. of Psychiatry, Columbia Univ., New York, Joav Merrick, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Division of Mental Retardation, Ministry of Affairs, Jerusalem, Israel)

Index (pp. 219-235)

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2007
   ISBN: 978-1-60021-695-4
   Status: AV
  
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