The Development of the Person: The Minnesota Study of Risk and Adaptation from Birth to Adulthood

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  • Hardcover
  • 384 pages
  • The Development of the Person: The Minnesota Study of Risk and Adaptation from Birth to Adulthood
  • L. Alan Sroufe
  • English
  • 22 October 2017
  • 1593851588

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      The Development of the Person: The Minnesota Study of Risk and Adaptation from Birth to Adulthood
The definitive work on a groundbreaking study, this essential volume provides a coherent picture of the complexity of development from birth to adulthood Explicated are both the methodology of the Minnesota study and its far reaching contributions to understanding how we become who we are The book marshals a vast body of data on the ways in which individuals strengths and vulnerabilities are shaped by myriad influences, including early experiences, family and peer relationships throughout childhood and adolescence, variations in child characteristics and abilities, and socioeconomic conditions Implications for clinical intervention and prevention are also addressed Rigorously documented and clearly presented, the study s findings elucidate the twists and turns of individual pathways, illustrating as never before the ongoing interplay between developing children and their environments. Best Read [ The Development of the Person: The Minnesota Study of Risk and Adaptation from Birth to Adulthood ] By [ L. Alan Sroufe ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “ The Development of the Person: The Minnesota Study of Risk and Adaptation from Birth to Adulthood

  1. Lisa says:

    I will admit, this is not an easy read The general gist is that attachment and other early influences related to security, fear, and internal working models of relationships and the world are criticalbut operate in context and are malleable if situations change and are subtly changed and influenced throughout the lifespan Seems like that pretty much covers everything, from early influences through stability and changebut they ve got the research to prove it I did archival research on th I will admit, this is not an easy read The general gist is that attachment and other early influences related to security, fear, and internal working models of relationships and the world are criticalbut operate in context and are malleable if situations change and are subtly changed and influenced throughout the lifespan Seems like that pretty much covers everything, from early influences through stability and changebut they ve got the research to prove it I did archival research on this longitudinal study when I was an undergraduate, and it influenced everything I ve learned about kids, development, fami...

  2. Elizabeth Webber says:

    This is a very dense read, but the information in invaluable This knowledge has helped me to better understand the importance of infant mental health and early intervention It also offers some critical views into how we become who we are I think what I have been able to apply most are the findings on which kinds of parenting behaviors lead to which kinds of attachment behaviors As an early interventionist this is very helpful...

  3. Kevin says:

    Very detailed review of the Minnesota study Unfortunately, much of the flow of the forest of presentation findings gets lots in the trees of specific comparisons The last few chapters are quite the nice overview of study implications, though.

  4. Georgeanna says:

    As others have said, not an easy read, and not for the general reader Complex methodology and painstaking distinctions and clarifications may make it seem redundant to some, but encapsulates some of the most important research in this area since Mary Ainsworth.