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Prosocial Development: A Multidimensional Approach Ed by Laura M. Padilla-Walker and Gustavo Carlo

Contributor(s): Padilla-Walker, Laura M [Editor] | Carlo, Gustavo [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York Oxford University Press 2016Description: 474p.ISBN: 9780190499068.Subject(s): Social Interaction | Moral Development | Helping Behavior in ChildrenDDC classification: 302
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Section I: Overview of Prosocial Behavior
1. The Study of Prosocial Behavior: Past, Present, and Future
2. Multidimensionality of Prosocial Behavior: Re-thinking the Conceptualization and Development of Prosocial Behavior

Section II: Biological Perspectives
3. Evolution, Prosocial Behavior, and Altruism: A Roadmap for Understanding Where the Proximate Meets the Ultimate
4. Parental and Genetic Contributions to Prosocial Behavior during Childhood
5. The Prosocial Brain: Perceiving Others in Need, and Acting on It
6. Autonomic regulation, Polyvagal Theory, and Children's Prosocial Development

Section III: Socialization Perspectives
7. Parental Socialization of Prosocial Behavior: A Multidimensional Approach
8. Sweetness on the Screen: A Multidimensional View of Prosocial Behavior in Media
9. Prosocial Behavior and Peer Relations in Adolescence
10. Linking Grandparent Involvement with the Development of Prosocial Behavior in Adolescents

Section IV: Cultural and Contextual Perspectives
11. The Cultural Contexts of Children's Prosocial Behaviors
12. Predicting Prosocial Tendencies Among Mexican American Youth: The Intersection of Cultural Values, Social Cognitions, and Social Emotions
13. Cross-Cultural Evidence of Multidimensional Prosocial Behaviors: An Examination of the Prosocial Tendencies Measure (PTM)
14. Educating Students to be Prosocial at School

Section V: Specific Targets and Types of Prosocial Behavior
15. Parents as Recipients of Adolescent Prosocial Behavior
16. Prosocial Behaviors Toward Siblings and Grandparents
17. Prosocial Behaviors in Early Childhood: Helping Others, Responding to the Distress of Others, and Working with Others
18. Adopting a Multidimensional Perspective on College Students' Prosocial Behaviors
19. The Social Construction of Volunteering
20. Early Generativity and Types of Civic Engagement in Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood
21. Prosocial Exemplarity in Adolescence and Adulthood

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