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Health risks and developmental transitions during adolescence / edited by John Schulenberg, Jennifer L. Maggs, Klaus Hurrelmann

Contributor(s): Schulenberg, John | Maggs, Jennifer | Hurrelmann, Klaus.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1997Description: xviii, 580p : ill ; 24cm.ISBN: 0-521-48053-1; 0521480531.Subject(s): Health behavior in adolescence | Adolescent psychology | Risk-taking (Psychology) in adolescence | Teenagers -- Health and hygiene | Adolescentes -- PsicologíaDDC classification: 613.0433
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Health and well-being during adolescence depends largely on the fit between the young person's developmental needs and desires and opportunities provided by the changing context. In Health Risks and Developmental Transitions, prominent researchers in the adolescent field examine how various developmental transitions associated with the passage from childhood to adulthood provide risks and opportunities for adolescents' mental and physical health. Given the importance of adolescence in determining the course of health and well-being across the life span, efforts to ease the various transitions into and out of adolescence will yield long-term health benefits. By focusing on the link between health risks, developmental transitions, individual and contextual conditions and planned interventions that moderate the link, this interdisciplinary book provides the foundation for a unifying framework for research and application in health and human development.

Includes bibliographies and index

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • 1 Negotiating developmental transitions during adolescence and young adulthood: health risks and opportunities
  • Part I Sociocultural, Physical and Cognitive Foundations of Adolescent Transitions
  • 2 Cultural, historical and subcultural contexts of adolescence: implications for health and development
  • 3 Social change and adolescent well-being: healthy country, healthy teens
  • 4 Self-reported maturational timing and adaptation in adolescence
  • 5 Adolescents' decisions about risks: a cognitive perspective
  • Part II Affiliation Transitions and Health
  • 6 The family as health risk and opportunity: a focus on divorce and working families
  • 7 Transformations in peer relationships at adolescence: implications for health-related behavior
  • 8 Sexuality and developmental transitions during adolescence
  • 9 Child bearing during adolescence: mental health risks and opportunities Cleopatra
  • 10 Marriage, divorce, and parenthood during the transition to young adulthood: impacts on drug use and abuse
  • Part III Achievement Transitions and Health
  • 11 The association of school transitions in early adolescence with developmental trajectories through High School
  • 12 Transitions into part-time work: health risks and opportunities
  • 13 Alcohol and binge drinking as goal-directed action during the transition to post-secondary education
  • 14 Health risks and deviance in the transition from school to work
  • Part IV Identity Transitions and Health
  • 15 Self definition and mental health during adolescence and young adulthood
  • 16 Ethnic and racial identity development and mental health
  • 17 Religion and adolescent health compromising behavior
  • Part V Intervention: Altering Transition-Health Risk Connections
  • 18 Promoting mental health during the transition into adolescence
  • 19 Preventing health compromising behaviors among youth and promoting their positive development: a developmental-contextual perspective
  • 20 Developmental transitions during adolescence: health promotion implications

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