Resilience and Vulnerability: Adaptation in the Context of Childhood Adversities

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Abecedarian Project, and early childhood education, 455, 471, 472, 473, 474, 480, 482
Abelson, W., 444
academic achievement: and childhood maltreatment, 163–4; and childhood poverty, 109, 246, 268; and development of children of alcoholics, 91; and early childhood intervention, 442; and exposure to violence, 396; IQ tests as predictor of, 16; mental health and intelligence in high- and low-risk children, 384–5. See also schools acetylcholine (Ach), and animal studies of brain development, 466, 467
Ackerman, B. P., 368
acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), 306
adaptation: and children of alcoholics, 78–84; children of depressed parents and limits of, 63–4; debate on criteria for adjustment and, 7; evaluation of in specific context, 307–14; interventions and limits to, 539–41; measurement of, 514–17; and organizational model of development, 247; perspectives on context-specific, 294; and protective factors, 12–16; violence exposure and resilient, 402–403
additive model, of resilience, 13–14
adjustment: assessment of in maltreated children, 162–3; and childhood poverty, 269–75; and children of depressed parents, 69–70; of children in divorced and remarried families, 183–206; debate on criteria for adaptation and, 7; measures of parental, 137; prevalence of parental difficulties in, 140. See also social adjustment adolescence and adolescents: and adjustment to divorced and remarried families, 185, 186, 190, 202–3; definition of, 344; and depression in parents, 52–3; and development of children of alcoholics, 85–91; and developmental perspective on competence, 5; holistic perspective and study of competence in low-income urban, 323–38; poverty and personal attitudes toward deviance, 109; and school-based interventions, 537–8; and violence exposure, 399; vulnerability and

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