This serial publication continues to review life-span research and theory in the behavioral and social sciences, particularly work done by psychologists and sociologists conducting programmatic research on current problems and refining theoretical positions. Each volume introduces excellent peer-reviewed empirical research into the field of life-span development while presenting interdisciplinary viewpoints on the topic. Often challenging accepted theories, this series is of great interest to developmental, personality, and social psychologists.
"The authors are to be commended for their…clarity and for their well-placed examples."
Contents: K. Takahashi, Affective Relationships and Their Lifelong Development. A.S. Waterman, S.I. Archer, A Life-Span Perspective on Identity Formation: Developments in Form, Function, and Process. G.G. Noam, S.I. Powers, R. Kilkenney, J. Beedy, The Interpersonal Self in Life-Span Developmental Perspective: Theory, Measurement, and Longitudinal Case Analyses. P.L. Chase-Lansdale, E.M. Hetherington, The Impact of Divorce on Life-Span Development: Short-and Long-Term Effects. W. Edelstein, M. Keller, E. Schroder, Child Development and Social Structure. Short-and Long-Term Effects. W. Edelstein, M. Keller, E. Schroder, Child Development and Social Structure. K.A. Ericsson, R.J. Crutcher, The Nature of Exceptional Performance. D. Courgeau, Migration, Family, and Career: A Life Course Demography. C. Hertzog, On the Utility of Structural Equation Models for Developmental Research. A. Palloni, A.B. Sorensen, Methods for the Analysis of Event History Data. M. Lewis, Development, Time, and Catastrophe: An Alternate View of Discontinuity.