Jan 01, 2014
Laura Lippman,
Renee Ryberg,
Mary A. Terzian,
Kristin Anderson Moore,
Jill Humble,
Hugh McIntosh

In this chapter of the “Handbook of Child Well-Being” (starting on page 2823 of the book), the authors posit that research on positive and protective factors is essential to a balanced, comprehensive approach to the study of child and adolescent well-being. Human development encompasses both positive and negative developmental processes, and to focus solely on the negative is scientifically inappropriate.

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Laura Lippman
Renee Ryberg
Mary A. Terzian
Kristin Anderson Moore
Jill Humble
Hugh McIntosh