The first volume in this new series from The Center for the Study of Child and Adolescent Development at The Pennsylvania State University focuses on the relationship between the biological stress circuits and the behavioral concomitants to stress in animals and humans. The participants at this conference, a tribute to Dean Evan G. Pattishall, Jr., discuss the developmental implications of their work in relation to the periods of infancy, childhood, and adolescence.
For professionals, clinicians, and researchers in clinical, developmental, experimental, and health psychology, behavioral medicine, psychiatry, psychotherapy, and the neurosciences.
"The significance of this volume is in its ability to present pertinent, and current data in addition to generating hypotheses regarding the direction of future research."
—Child Development Abstracts & Bibliography
Contents: S. Levine, S.G. Wiener, Coping with Uncertainty - A Paradox. E.J. Susman, E.D. Nottelmann, L.D. Dorn, P.W. Gold, G.P. Chrousos, The Physiology of Stress and Behavioral Development. L. Landsberg, D.R. Krieger, The Sympathoadrenal System and Homeostasis: Coping with Changes in the Internal and External Environment. J.M. Hill, Neuropeptides and Their Receptors as the Biochemicals of Emotion. D.A. Blizard, Analysis of Stress-Susceptibility Using the Maudsley Reactive and Non-Reactive Strains. M. Gunnar, D. Marvinney, J. Isensee, R. Fisch, Coping with Uncertainty: New Models of the Relations Between Hormonal, Behavioral and Cognitive Processes. J. Kagan, J.S. Reznick, N. Snidman, The Constructs of Inhibition and Lack of Inhibition to Unfamiliarity. A.C. Petersen, E.J. Susman, J.L. Beard, The Development of Coping Responses During Adolescence: Endocrine and Behavioral Aspects. J.A. Gray, Fundamental Systems of Emotion in the Mammalian Brain.