Handbook of Resilience in Children
This 2013 eBook is the second edition and is available to the BU community through the Springer platform, which means each chapter is available as a separate, downloadable pdf that you can load easily onto mobile devices. The 527 pages of this important work contain 7 basic sections, containing 30 total chapters. The 7 sections are: Overviews; Environmental Issues; Resilience as a Phenomenon in Childhood Disorders; Assessment; Resilience in the Clinical and School Settings; Shaping the Future of Children and Adults; and Conclusions.
Some chapters that illustrate the scope of this work include:
- What Can We Learn about Resilience from Large-Scale Longitudinal Studies?
- Family Violence and Parent Psychopathology: Implications for Children’s Socioemotional Development and Resilience
- Resilience and the Disruptive Disorders of Childhood
- Resiliency Scales for Children and Adolescents: Constructs, Research and Clinical Application
- Resilience and the Child with Learning Disabilities
- Building Resilience in All Children: A Public Health Approach
- The Future of Children Today
Handbook of Resilience in Children, 2nd ed.
Sam Goldstein, Robert B. Brooks (Ed.s); Springer, 2013