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Edited by G. John Geldhof & Richard M. Lerner
A Special Issue of Research in Human Development
Empirical research often treats self-regulation as homogenously affecting development across contexts, ignoring the oftentimes important role of contextual variation. However, the research in this issue explores how intentional self-regulation and contextual resources may combine to predict adaptive development across the life span. The articles are diverse in regard to the period of the life span they consider and in how they operationalize self-regulation, but are unified in indicating that intentional self-regulation helps individuals optimize their unique developmental trajectories.
Pathways to Adaptation: Self-Regulation and Ecological Assets—A View of the Issues
G. John Geldhof & Richard M. Lerner
Megan M. McClelland & Shannon B. Wanless
Edmond P. Bowers, G. John Geldhof, Kristina L. Schmid, Christopher M. Napolitano, Kelly Minor & Jacqueline V. Lerner
Bettina S. Wiese & Heike Heidemeier
Jacob Shane & Jutta Heckhausen
Now Available Volume 9 Issue 2
Volume 9 Issue 2 is Now Available!
Military Service in the Life Course: Implications for Later-Life Health and Well-Being
Guest editors: Avron Spiro III & Richard A. Settersten Jr.
Research In Human Development
Research in Human Development (RHD) is the flagship journal of SSHD. RHD is a lifespan, interdisciplinary, and integrative journal which focuses on thematic special issues. We encourage topics on any issue relevant to development, and welcome proposals that have interdisciplinary or multicultural perspectives, or those that apply innovative quantitative and qualitative methods. To propose a special issue, please develop a brief (two to three page) synopsis, indicating: