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Journal of Research on Adolescence: Decade in Review

Journal of Research on Adolescence: Decade in Review

Stephen T. Russell (Editor), Noel A. Card (Editor), Elizabeth Susman (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-444-33953-6

Mar 2011

200 pages

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$47.95

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The book, a special issue of the Journal of Research on Adolescence, includes a number of invited contributions by international leaders in the interdisciplinary field of adolescence development. Each paper is intended to review a major subfield of study within the interdisciplinary field of adolescence studies. Each article reviews scientific and scholarly research published during the first decade of the 21st century (2000-2010). Authors were asked to consider contributions from multiple disciplines, and to review important and influential theoretical methodological innovations, and key empirical findings with attention to diversity in representations and populations of adolescents.

The Decade in Review issue has the potential for becoming a signature contribution of JRA. As such, the Decade in Review will further establish JRA as the premier journal in the field, and will be an anchor for the journal's impact factor. With a diverse set of topics and contributors, the issue could attract a national and international new readership to the journal and potential membership for the Society. Established scholars and undergraduate and graduate students will cite the papers in their scholarly work in the next decade and beyond.

Introduction: A Decade Review of Research on Adolescence (Stephen T. Russell, Noel A. Card and Elizabeth J. Susman).

Child Maltreatment and Adolescent Development (Penelope K. Trickett, Sonya Negriff, Juye Ji and Melissa Peckins).

Braking and Accelerating of the Adolescent Brain (BJ Casey, Rebecca M. Jones, and Leah H. Somerville).

Developmental Pathways in Juvenile Externalizing and Internalizing Problems (Rolf Loeber and Jeffrey D. Burke).

Racial and Ethnic Differences: Socio-Cultural and Contextual Explanations (Ruth K. Chao and Michiko Otsuki-Clutter).

Gender and Adolescent Development (David G. Perry and Rachel E. Pauletti).

The Study of Adolescent Identity Formation 2000 – 2010: A Review of Longitudinal Research (Wim Meeus).

Older and Newer Media: Patterns of Use and Effects on Adolescents’ Health and Wellbeing (Jane Brown).

Neighborhood Poverty and Adolescent Development (Velma McBride Murry, Cady Berkel, Noni K. Gaylord-Harden, Nikeea Copeland, and Linder Maury Nation).

Etiology, Treatment and Prevention of Obesity in Childhood and Adolescence: A Decade in Review (Donna Spruijt-Metz).

Parenting and Peer Relationships: Reinvigorating Research on Family-Peer Linkages in Adolescence (B. Bradford Brown and Jeremy P. Bakken).

Beyond Homophily:  A Decade of Advances in Understanding Peer Influence Processes (Whitney A. Brechwald and Mitchell J. Prinstein).

Puberty and Its Measurement: A Decade in Review (Lorah D. Dorn and Frank M. Biro).

Coping With Relationship Stressors: A Decade Review (Inge Seiffge-Krenke).

Judgment and Decision Making in Adolescence (Dustin Albert and Laurence Steinberg).

Schools as Developmental Contexts during Adolescence (Jacquelynne S. Eccles and Robert W. Roeser).

Normative sexuality development in adolescence: A decade in review 2000-2009 (Deborah L. Tolman and Sara I. McClelland).

Research on Adolescent Sexual Orientation: Development, health Disparities, Stigma and Resilience (Elizabeth M. Saewyc).

Brief Reviews.

Insights on Adolescence from A Life Course Perspective (Monica Kirkpatrick Johnson, Robert Crosnoe, and Glen H. Elder, Jr.).

Contributions of Anthropology to the Study of Adolescence (Alice Schlegel).

A Consumer Way of Thinking: Linking Consumer Socialization and Consumption Motivation Perspectives to Adolescent Development (Soyeon Shim, Joyce Serido, and Bonnie L. Barber).

Welcome to our world: Bridging youth development research in non-profit and academic communities (M. Deborah Bialeschki and Michael Conn).

The Evolution of Adolescence and the Adolescence of Evolution:  The Coming of Age of Humans and the Theory about the Forces that Made Them (Patricia H. Hawley).