Humans As Self-constructing Living Systems

Humans As Self-constructing Living Systems : Putting the Framework To Work

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  • Hardback | 424 pages
  • 165.1 x 241.3 x 31.75mm | 793.79g
  • Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc
  • Mahwah, United States
  • English
  • 089859667X
  • 9780898596670

Table of contents

Contents: D.H. Ford, M.E. Ford, Humans as Self-Constructing Living Systems: An Overview. J.R. Nesselroade, D.H. Ford, Methodological Considerations in Modeling Living Systems. C. J. Schellenbach, Emotional Development in Infancy. C.A.C. Bergin, Prosocial Development in Toddlers: The Patterning of Mother-Infant Interaction. T.M. McDevitt, M.E. Ford, Processes in Young Children's Communicative Functioning and Development. I.T. Miura, A Multivariate Study of School-Aged Children's Computer Interest and Use. M.E. Ford, Processes Contributing to Adolescent Social Competence. C.M. Ford, The Role of Emotions in an Executive's Workday. M. Winell, Personal Goals: The Key to Self-Direction in Adulthood. M.E. Ford, C.W. Nichols, A Taxonomy of Human Goals and Some Possible Applications. H.B. Urban, Dysfunctional Systems: Understanding Pathology. D.H. Ford, Implications for Counseling, Psychotherapy, Health, and Human Services of the Living Systems Framework (LSF). M.E. Ford, Overview of the Heuristic Utility of the Living Systems Framework for Guiding Research and Professional Activities.
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