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The development of autobiographical reasoning in adolescence and beyond

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Jossey-Bass education series, Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, p.102 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb HQ750 .A1 N4 NO.131

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9203051

Keywords:

Adolescent psychology, Autobiographical memory, Identity (Psychology) in adolescence, Reasoning in children, Youth development

Abstract:

Contents: Autobiographical reasoning: arguing and narrating from a biographical perspective / Tilmann Habermas -- normative ideas of life and autobiographical reasoning in life narratives / Annette Bohn -- Integrating self and experience in narrative as a route to adolescent identity construction / Monisha Pasupathi, Trisha L. Weeks -- Personal and intergenerational narratives in relation to adolescents' well-being / Robyn Fivush, Jennifer G, Bohabek, Widaad Zaman - Stories of family, stories of self: developmental pathways to interpretive thought during adolescence / Ann McKeough, Jennifer Malcolm -- Literary arts and the development of the life story / Raymond A. Mar, Joan Peskin, Katrina Fong -- To reason or not to reason: is autobiographical reasoning always beneficial? / Kate c. McLean, Cade D. Mansfield.

Publication Language:

eng