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The Study of Stress and Competence in Children: A Building Block for Developmental Psychopathology
Norman Garmezy, Ann S. Masten and Auke Tellegen
Vol. 55, No. 1 (Feb., 1984), pp. 97-111
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1129837
Page Count: 15
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This article discusses the building blocks for a developmental psychopathology, focusing on studies of risk, competence, and protective factors. The current Project Competence studies of stress and competence are described, with particular attention to the methodology and strategies for data analysis. The authors present a 3-model approach to stress resistance in a multivariate regression framework: the compensatory, challenge, and protective factor models. These models are illustrated by selected data. In the concluding section, an evaluation of the project is offered in terms of future directions for research.
Child Development © 1984 Society for Research in Child Development