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Biosocial foundations of family processes / Alan Booth, Susan M. McHale, Nancy S. Landale, editors.

Contributor(s): Booth, Alan, 1935-2015 [edt] | McHale, Susan [edt] | Landale, Nancy [edt] | National Symposium on Family Issues (17th : 2009 : Penn State University).
Material type: TextTextSeries: National symposium on family issues (Series): Publisher: New York : Springer, c2011Description: xv, 270 str. : ilustr. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781441973603 (alk. paper); 1441973605 (alk. paper); 9781441973610 (eISBN); 1441973613 (eISBN).Subject(s): obiteljska pedagogija | obiteljska dinamika | biosocijalne pretpostavke | utjecaj društva
Contents:
Part I. Parenting and Early Childhood Behavior and Development -- 1. How Mothers are Born: A Psychobiological Analysis of Mothering / Viara Mileva-Seitz and Alison S. Fleming -- 2. How Fathers Evolve: A Functional Analysis of Fathering Behavior / Anne Storey and Carolyn Walsh -- 3. Caregiving as Co-Regulation: Psychobiological Processes And Child Functioning / Susan D. Calkins -- 4. The Determinants of Parenting in GxE Perspective: A Case of Differential Susceptibility? / Jay Belsky -- Part II. Development and Adjustment in Adolescence -- 5. Gene-Environment Interplay Helps To Explain Influences of Family Relationships on Adolescent Adjustment and Development / Jenae M. Neiderhiser -- 6. The Importance of the Phenotype in Explorations of Gene-Environment Interplay / S. Alexandra Burt -- 7. The Importance of Puberty in Adolescent Development / Sheri A. Berenbaum -- 8. Genes, Hormones, and Family Behavior: What Makes Adolescence Unique? / Sally I. Powers -- Part III. Mate Selection, Family Formation, and Fertility -- 9. Human Adaptations for Mating: Frameworks for Understanding Patterns of Family Formation and Fertility / Steven W. Gangestad -- 10. The Need for Family Research Using Multiple Approaches and Methods / Brian M. D'Onofrio, Niklas Langstrom and Paul Lichtenstein -- 11. Psychological Adaptation and Human Fertility Patterns: Some Evidence of Human Mating Strategies as Evoked Sexual Culture / David P. Schmitt -- 12. Comments on Consilience Efforts / S. Philip Morgan -- Part IV. Family Adaptations to Resource Disparities -- 13. Family Influences on Children's Well-Being: Potential Roles of Molecular Genetics and Epigenetics / Guang Guo -- 14. Social Inequalities, Family Relationships, and Child Health / Mark V. Flinn -- 15. Family Resources, Genes, and Human Development / Pilyoung Kim and Gary W. Evans -- 16. In Search of GE: Why We Haven't Documented a Gene-Social Environment Interaction Yet / Dalton Conley -- 17. A Promising Approach to Future Biosocial Research on the Family: Considering The Role of Temporal Context / Jennifer B. Kane and Chun Bun Lam.
Summary: "Genes and environment. Biology and behavior. Nature and nurture. The terminology may be clear-cut, but the processes themselves are far from simple: unlike the direct cause-and-effect dichotomies of past frameworks, researchers now recognize these family-based connections as multifaceted, transactional, and emergent. [This book] aims at illuminating a multiplicity of approaches and methodologies for studying family dynamics, to match the complex interplay of physiological factors, environmental challenges, and behavioral adaptations that characterize family life and development. Chapters illustrate physical and social influences on parenting, childhood, adolescence, fertility, and family formation, providing analytical frameworks for understanding key areas such as family behavior, health, development, and adaptation to contextual stressors."--Book jacket.
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Chapters based on papers presented at the 17th Annual Penn State Symposium on Family Issues, 'Biosocial Research Contributions to Understanding Family Processes and Problems', in October 2009.

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Part I. Parenting and Early Childhood Behavior and Development -- 1. How Mothers are Born: A Psychobiological Analysis of Mothering / Viara Mileva-Seitz and Alison S. Fleming -- 2. How Fathers Evolve: A Functional Analysis of Fathering Behavior / Anne Storey and Carolyn Walsh -- 3. Caregiving as Co-Regulation: Psychobiological Processes And Child Functioning / Susan D. Calkins -- 4. The Determinants of Parenting in GxE Perspective: A Case of Differential Susceptibility? / Jay Belsky -- Part II. Development and Adjustment in Adolescence -- 5. Gene-Environment Interplay Helps To Explain Influences of Family Relationships on Adolescent Adjustment and Development / Jenae M. Neiderhiser -- 6. The Importance of the Phenotype in Explorations of Gene-Environment Interplay / S. Alexandra Burt -- 7. The Importance of Puberty in Adolescent Development / Sheri A. Berenbaum -- 8. Genes, Hormones, and Family Behavior: What Makes Adolescence Unique? / Sally I. Powers -- Part III. Mate Selection, Family Formation, and Fertility -- 9. Human Adaptations for Mating: Frameworks for Understanding Patterns of Family Formation and Fertility / Steven W. Gangestad -- 10. The Need for Family Research Using Multiple Approaches and Methods / Brian M. D'Onofrio, Niklas Langstrom and Paul Lichtenstein -- 11. Psychological Adaptation and Human Fertility Patterns: Some Evidence of Human Mating Strategies as Evoked Sexual Culture / David P. Schmitt -- 12. Comments on Consilience Efforts / S. Philip Morgan -- Part IV. Family Adaptations to Resource Disparities -- 13. Family Influences on Children's Well-Being: Potential Roles of Molecular Genetics and Epigenetics / Guang Guo -- 14. Social Inequalities, Family Relationships, and Child Health / Mark V. Flinn -- 15. Family Resources, Genes, and Human Development / Pilyoung Kim and Gary W. Evans -- 16. In Search of GE: Why We Haven't Documented a Gene-Social Environment Interaction Yet / Dalton Conley -- 17. A Promising Approach to Future Biosocial Research on the Family: Considering The Role of Temporal Context / Jennifer B. Kane and Chun Bun Lam.

"Genes and environment. Biology and behavior. Nature and nurture. The terminology may be clear-cut, but the processes themselves are far from simple: unlike the direct cause-and-effect dichotomies of past frameworks, researchers now recognize these family-based connections as multifaceted, transactional, and emergent. [This book] aims at illuminating a multiplicity of approaches and methodologies for studying family dynamics, to match the complex interplay of physiological factors, environmental challenges, and behavioral adaptations that characterize family life and development. Chapters illustrate physical and social influences on parenting, childhood, adolescence, fertility, and family formation, providing analytical frameworks for understanding key areas such as family behavior, health, development, and adaptation to contextual stressors."--Book jacket.

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