The Development of Children's Friendships
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Editorial preface; 1. The roots of current peer interaction research: a historical analysis of the 1930s Peter D. Renshaw; Part I. Group Processes: 2. Friends, impression management and preadolescent behavior Gary Alan Fine; 3. Complementary and conflicting identities: images and interaction in an interracial school Janet Ward Schofield; 4. Recent advances in sociometry Maureen T. Hallinan; 5. Social skills and group acceptance Martha Putallaz and John M. Gottman; 6. Friendship between mentally retarded and nonretarded children Jay Gottlieb and Yona Leyser; 7. Self, social group, and social structure: surmises about the study of children's friendships Vernon L. Allen; Part II. Social-cognitive Processes: 8. Friendship in the nursery school: social organization in a peer environment William A. Corsaro; 9. The child as a friendship philosopher Robert L. Selman; 10. Children without friends: social knowledge and social skill training Stephen R. Asher and Peter D. Renshaw; 11. Children's knowledge about social situations: from causes to consequences Nancy L. Stein and Susan R. Goldman; 12. Social-cognitive processes in children's friendships Carol S. Dweck; Indices.
From the perspectives of a wide range of disciplines, this volume studies a variety of cognitive and affective processes in the context of children's friendships.