Understanding Early Adolescent Self and Identity: Applications and Interventions. . – book review
BRINTHAUPT. Thomas M.. & LIPKA, Richard P. (Eds.). Understanding Early Adolescent Self and Identity: Applications and Interventions. Albany. NY: State University of New York Press, 2002. 395pp. $78.50 (h). $26.95 (p).
What are the major self and identity concerns for early adolescents? What are the applications and interventions that can address those concerns, helping to ease the transition into later adolescence and adulthood? Providing a broad and interdisciplinary approach to studying the self, the contributors emphasize the practical implications of their work for understanding early adolescent self and identity and for designing interventions that facilitate development and adjustment. The book consists of four major sections, in which contributors address conceptual issues, school transitions, peer and behavioral problems, and intervention programs.
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