Continuity and Change Over the Life Cycle
Edited by Celia Jaes Falicov
1. Family Sociology and Family Therapy Contributions to Family Development: Life-span Developmental Psychology.
I. CONCEPTUALIZATIONS OF FAMILY DEVELOPMENT.
2. An Epigenetic Model of Family Processes, Wynne.
3. Adolescent Sexuality in the Family Life Spiral, Combrinck-Graham.
4. Oscillation Theory and Family Development, Breunlin.
5. Family Types, Family Stress, and Family Satisfaction: A Developmental Approach, Olson.
II. PERSPECTIVES ON FAMILY DEVELOPMENT.
6. Individual Change and Family Development: Individuation as a Family Process, Shapiro.
7. The Emphasis on Cultural Identity: A Developmental Ecological Constraint, Montalvo & Gutierrez.
8. Family Identity, Ritual, and Myth: A Cultural Perspective on Family Life Cycle Transitions, Bennett, Wolin, McAvity.
9. Rethinking Assumptions about Women's Development and Family Therapy, Boss & Weiner.
III. DEVELOPMENTAL DISRUPTIONS AND THE FAMILY LIFE CYCLE. 10. Family Crises: Expectable and Unexpectable, Pittman.
11. Cumulative Stress, Family Transitions, and Crises, Joselevich. Family Development and the Impact of Chronic Illness, Rosman.
13. Loss and the Family Life Cycle, Walsh & McGoldrick.
14. Developmental Cycles and Substance Abuse, Todd.
IV. THE FAMILY LIFE CYCLE IN FAMILY THERAPY PRACTICE AND CLINICAL TRAINING.
15. Family Development and Change across the Generations: An Intergenerational Perspective, Williamson & Bray.
16. Structural Family Therapy and the Family Life Cycle: A Four-Dimensional Model for Family Assessment, Fishman.
17. Systemic Family Therapy and Family Development, Wright & Watson.
18. The Presence of the Past: Continuity and Change in the Symbolic Structure of Families, Keith & Whitaker.
19. Developmental Thinking and the Family Life Cycle: Implications for Training Family Therapists, Liddle.