A comprehensive and integrated review of numerous areas relevant to children's social and personal relationships demonstrating how these relationships are an integral part of children's broader social and psychological behavior. Chapters are arranged in developmental order—in the sense of age and relationship growth—and contain material not usually covered or easily available elsewhere.
Table of Contents
Attachment, Child Rearing Practices and Early Relationships.
Social Cognition and Person Perception.
Physical Appearance and Attractiveness.
Similarity and Social Comparison.
Gender and Sex Differences.
Social Structure and Context.
Relationship Problems and Collapse.
Improving Peer Relationships.