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Peer Rejection: Developmental Processes and Intervention Strategies (The Guilford Series on Social and Emotional Development) ebook

by Karen L. Bierman


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Strategies for assessing rejected children are discussed in detail, and guidelines are provided for implementing social competence coaching programs and other effective interventions. Illustrative case studies and interviews are featured throughout. Bierman's book was exactly what I needed as one of the primary texts for my Children's Social Reasoning course.

Home Browse Books Book details, Peer Rejection: Developmental Processes and. Children who are rejected by peers, like these children, often grow up lonely and alienated, suffering through their school days, struggling with feelings of anxiety and inadequacy. Peer Rejection: Developmental Processes and Intervention Strategies. As they grow into adolescents and adults, many experience continuing insecurities and difficulties in interpersonal relationships, and suffer depression and other psychiatric difficulties (Parker & Asher, 1987).

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Part of a series o. Although humans are social beings, some level of rejection is an inevitable part of life. a b Bierman, K. L. (2003). New York: The Guilford Press

Part of a series on. Emotions. Nevertheless, rejection can become a problem when it is prolonged or consistent, when the relationship is important, or when the individual is highly sensitive to rejection  . New York: The Guilford Press. Cillessen, . Bukowski, W. & Haselager, G. (2000). Stability of sociometric categories.

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An developmental framework is presented for understanding why certain children face rejection, the peer group dynamics involved, and implications for social-emotional development and mental health. You and Your Mid-Adolescent.

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Promoting social-emotional development during the preschool years is a.New York: Guilford, 2011. Bierman KL. New York: Guilford; 2004

Promoting social-emotional development during the preschool years is a priority. Bierman KL, Motamedi M. Social-emotional programs for preschool children. New York, NY: Guilford. New York: Guilford; 2004. Shure MB, Spivack G. Interpersonal problem-solving in young children: A cognitive approach to prevention. American Journal of Community Psychology.

New York : Guilford Press. The developmental significance of peer relations. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Interview excerpts and case examples illustrate the various forms that peer rejection processes can take during the grade-school years, and implications for social-emotional development and mental health are discussed. Subsequent sections delve into the nuts and bolts of assessment and intervention.

Addressing the widespread and painful problem of chronic peer rejection, this book combines up-to-date research with practical strategies for school- and clinic-based intervention. An innovative developmental framework is presented for understanding why certain children face rejection, the peer group dynamics involved, and implications for social-emotional development and mental health. Strategies for assessing rejected children are discussed in detail, and guidelines are provided for implementing social competence coaching programs and other effective interventions. Illustrative case studies and interviews are featured throughout.
Peer Rejection: Developmental Processes and Intervention Strategies (The Guilford Series on Social and Emotional Development) ebook
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Karen L. Bierman
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