Chaos and its influence on children's development : an ecological perspective / edited by Gary W. Evans and Theodore D. Wachs.

1st ed.
Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, c2010.
xviii, 277 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.


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  • Foundations. Chaos in context / Theodore D. Wachs and Gary W. Evans ; Chos and the diverging fortunes of American children : a historical perspective / Daniel T. Lichter and Elaine Wethington
  • Chaos at the microsystem level. Physical and psychosocial turmoil in the home and cognitive development / Brian P. Ackerman and Eleanor D. Brown ; The dynamics of family chaos and its relation to children's socioemotional well-being / Barbara H. Fiese and Marcia A. Winter ; Child-care chaos and child development / Feyza Corapci ; chaos outside the home : the school environment / Lorraine E. Maxwell ; Viewing microsystem chaos through a Bronfenbrenner bioecological lens / Theodore D. Wachs ; The role of temporal and spatial instability in child development / Clyde Hertzman
  • Chaos at the mesosystem level. From home to day care : chaos in the family/child-care mesosystem / Robert H. Bradley ; Disorder, turbulence, and resources in children's homes and neighborhoods / Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Anna D. Johnson, and Tama Leventhal
  • Chaos at the exosystem level. Neighborhood chaos and children's development : questions and contradictions / James R. Dunn, Nicole J. Schaefer-McDaniel, and Jason T. Ramsay ; Parent employment and chaos in the family / Rena Repetti and Shu-wen Wang
  • Chaos at the macrosystem level. Well-being, chaos, and culture : sustaining a meaningful daily routine / thomas S. Weisner ; Chaos and the macrosetting : the role of poverty and socioeconomic status / Gary W. Evans, John Eckenrode, and Lyscha A. Marcynyszyn ; An ecological framework for the refugee experience : what is the impact on child development? / Stuart L. Lustig
  • Conclusions. Dynamic developmental systems : chaos and order / Arnold Sameroff.
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