Family and peers : linking two social worlds / edited by Kathryn A. Kerns, Josefina M. Contreras, and Angela M. Neal-Barnett.
Why is it that relationships with family members predict the quality of children's relationships outside the family? This volume discusses, from a variety of critical perspectives, several mechanisms that may account for continuities across family and peer relationships.
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Westport, Conn. :
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- Emotion regulation processes : explaining links between parent-child attachment and peer relationships / Josefina M. Contreras and Kathryn A. Kerns
- The ecology of premature autonomy in adolescence : biological and social influences / Thomas J. Dishion, Francois Poulin, and Nani Medici Skaggs
- Russian parenting styles and family processes : linkages with subtypes of victimization and aggression / Craig H. Hart [and others]
- Links between adult and peer relations across four developmental periods / Carollee Howes and Holli Tonyan
- Living in a hostile world : toward an integrated model of family, peer, and physiological processes in aggressive preschoolers / Lynn Fainsilber Katz
- Explaining the link between parenting behavior and children's peer competence : a critical examination of the "mediating-process" hypothesis / Jacquelyn Mize, Gregory S. Pettit, and Darrell Meece
- Parental management of adolescent peer relationships : what are its effects on friend selection? / Nina S. Mounts
- Family-peer relationships : the role of emotion regulation, cognitive understanding, and attentional processes as mediating processes / Robin O'Neil and Ross D. Parke
- Intimacy in preadolescence and adolescence : issues in linking parents and peers, theory, culture, and findings / Ruth Sharabany
- Family and peer relationships and the real-world practitioner : a commentary / Angela M. Neal-Barnett.