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Resilience in Children

Edited by Edited by Barry M. Lester (Brown Medical School, Providence, Rhode Island), Ann Masten (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota), and Bruce McEwen (The Rockefeller University, New York, New York)
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Resilience in Children

Published: December 2006

Volume 1094

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Advances in neuroscience provide the opportunity to bring neurobiology to the study of resilience and to ask whether our knowledge of neurobiological processes and mechanisms can contribute to our understanding of resilience. The integration of the behavioral-psychosocial aspects with the \"new biology\" of resilience will provide an unprecedented understanding of processes of development in atypically and typically developing children and will have profound implications for preventive intervention programs.
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