By Paul Florsheim
Developmental and medical researchers have purely simply chanced on the phenomenon of adolescent romance as a subject matter of significant clinical inquiry. This discovery will be relating to the overpowering facts that grownup romantic relationships are failing at alarming premiums. Dramatic raises within the premiums of divorce, out of wedlock childbirth, and courting violence bring about questions about the developmental precursors of romantic love and dedication. what is wrong with love and will or not it's mounted? This ebook brings jointly a various workforce of specialists from a number of disciplines to handle a significant hole within the knowing of adolescent improvement. half I specializes in romantic relatives and sexual habit from the point of view of normative adolescent improvement. half II facilities on high-risk youth and half III explores the sensible implications of present conception and study for clinicians, educators, and overall healthiness directors. jointly the chapters during this integrative and clinically invaluable booklet lay a origin for realizing how kids effectively navigate the tumultuous waters of younger love.
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Additional resources for Adolescent Romantic Relations and Sexual Behavior: Theory, Research, and Practical Implications
Smollar, J. (1985). Adolescent relations with mothers, fathers, and friends. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Zani, B. (1993). Dating and interpersonal relationships in adolescence. In S. Jackson & H. ), Adolescence and its social worlds (pp. 95–119). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Zimmer-Gembeck, M. J. (1999). Stability, change and individual diVerences in involvement with friends and romantic partners among adolescent females. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 28, 419–438.
However, since this estimate is based on the duration of the co-residential experience (excluding time spent in this relationship before co-residence), it represents a lower bound. The stability of romantic relationships, in general, is less well documented (for exceptions based on convenience samples, see Hill, Rubin, & Peplau, 1976; Simpson, 1987). We assume that the romantic relationships of adolescents are less stable than the romantic relationships of young adults. As adolescents mature, they are better able to accomplish certain cognitive, aVective, and behavioral tasks.
Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 28, 419–438. 2 National Estimates of Adolescent Romantic Relationships Karen Carver Indian Health Service Kara Joyner Cornell University J. Richard Udry University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Romantic relationships are a central concern not only to adolescents, but to researchers studying adolescence and the transition to young adulthood. After all, romantic relationships serve several important functions for youth. They are critical to relatedness and autonomy—developmental processes that are linked to secure attachment (Erikson, 1968; Hazan & Shaver, 1987).
Adolescent Romantic Relations and Sexual Behavior: Theory, Research, and Practical Implications by Paul Florsheim