Biosocial Foundations of Family Processes

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ISBN: 978-1-4419-7360-3 (Print) 978-1-4419-7361-0 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv

  2. Parenting and Early Childhood Behavior and Development

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-34

      How Mothers Are Born: A Psychobiological Analysis of Mothering

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      Pages 35-47

      How Fathers Evolve: A Functional Analysis of Fathering Behavior

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      Pages 49-59

      Caregiving as Coregulation: Psychobiological Processes and Child Functioning

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      Pages 61-68

      The Determinants of Parenting in GxE Perspective: A Case of Differential Susceptibility?

  3. Development and Adjustment in Adolescence

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 69-69

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      Pages 71-84

      Gene–Environment Interplay Helps to Explain Influences of Family Relationships on Adolescent Adjustment and Development

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      Pages 85-94

      The Importance of the Phenotype in Explorations of Gene–Environment Interplay

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      Pages 95-104

      The Importance of Puberty in Adolescent Development

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      Pages 105-113

      Genes, Hormones, and Family Behavior: What Makes Adolescence Unique?

  4. Mate Selection, Family Formation, and Fertility

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 115-115

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      Pages 117-148

      Human Adaptations for Mating: Frameworks for Understanding Patterns of Family Formation and Fertility

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      Pages 149-159

      The Need for Family Research Using Multiple Approaches and Methods

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      Pages 161-170

      Psychological Adaptation and Human Fertility Patterns: Some Evidence of Human Mating Strategies as Evoked Sexual Culture

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      Pages 171-177

      Comments on Consilience Efforts

  5. Family Adaptations to Resource Disparities

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 179-179

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      Pages 181-204

      Family Influences on Children’s Well-Being: Potential Roles of Molecular Genetics and Epigenetics

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      Pages 205-220

      Social Inequalities, Family Relationships, and Child Health

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      Pages 221-230

      Family Resources, Genes, and Human Development

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      Pages 231-246

      In Search of GE: Why We Have Not Documented a Gene–Social Environment Interaction Yet

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      Pages 247-264

      A Promising Approach to Future Biosocial Research on the Family: Considering the Role of Temporal Context

  6. Back Matter

    Pages 265-270