By Rex Forehand (auth.), Robert J. McMahon, Ray DeV. Peters (eds.)
This quantity is one in a continual sequence of courses backed by way of the Banff Inter nationwide meetings on Behavioural technology. The meetings were held every one spring in view that 1969 in Banff, Alberta, Canada. They serve the aim of bringing jointly out status behavioral scientists and pros in a discussion board the place they could current and dis cuss facts relating to emergent concerns and subject matters. hence, the overseas meetings, as a continual occasion, have served as an expressive "early indicator" of the constructing nature and composition of behavioral technology and clinical software. Distance, schedules, and constrained viewers restrict large attendance on the confer ences. for that reason, the guides have equivalent prestige with the meetings right. they aren't, notwithstanding, easily guides of the papers offered on the convention. Presenters on the Banff meetings are required to jot down a bankruptcy in particular for the imminent publication, cut loose their presentation and dialogue on the convention itself. the unique convention had as its subject matter "Ideal psychological future health Services." The coverage consciously followed at that convention, and ever when you consider that, was once to spot for the pre sentation of every year's subject these behavioral researchers who may possibly most sensible establish the cutting-edge. In 1969, the convention college have been Nathan Azrin, Ogden Lindsley, Gerald Pat terson, Todd Risley, and Richard Stuart. The convention subject matters for the 1st 19 years have been as follows: "Ideal psychological well-being companies" 1969: I.
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Clearly, not all risk behavior is unhealthy. In some of these situations, the risk behavior has a positive value that outweighs potential negative outcomes. In other situations, the same behavior may be unhealthy because it reflects less positive or even self-destructive motivation. The actual outcome of the behavior is, in part, determined by the adolescent's skill as a risk taker. Some adolescents could be described as good risk takers; for example, they accurately assess the dangers and institute appropriate protective strategies.
Risk, protective factors, and the prevalence of behavioral and emotional disorders in children and adolescents. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 28, 262-268. N. (1978). Psychiatric epidemiology. Archives of General Psychiatry, 35, 697702. Rutter, M. (1982). Prevention of children's psychosocial disorders: Myth and substance. Pediatrics, 70, 883-894. Rutter, M. (1985). Resilience in the face of adversity: Protective factors and resistence to psychiatric disorder.
He suggests that the psychosocial functions of risky adolescent behavior include: signaling commonality with a peer group; affirming independence from parents/adults; expressing opposition to societal values; coping with feelings of inadequacy, failure, and stress; establishing a sense of personal identity; marking the transition to a more mature status; and just having fun. Individuals differ, of course, in the extent to which such functions lead to risk taking. Jessor identifies the "conventional-unconventional" dimension as central in accounting for variations in risk-taking behavior in adolescents.