Sibling Relationships: their Nature and Significance Across the Lifespan ePub download
by M. E. Lamb,B. Sutton-Smith,Brian Sutton-Smith,Michael E. Lamb
- ISBN: 0898591899
- ISBN13: 978-0898591897
- ePub: 1868 kb | FB2: 1461 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Social Sciences
- Publisher: Psychology Press (November 1, 1982)
- Pages: 416
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 953
- Format: lrf docx lit azw
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Brian Sutton-Smith was born in Wellington, New Zealand on July 15, 1924. In 1956, Sutton-Smith moved permanently to the United States. He studied education at Wellington Teachers College. He taught at several universities including Bowling Green State University in Ohio, Columbia University Teachers College, and the University of Pennsylvania. His books included Child's Play written with R. E. Herron, The Study of Games written with Elliott M. Avedon, How to Play with Your Children (and When Not To), Toys as Culture, and The Ambiguity of Play. He also wrote three novels for young people.
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Brian Sutton-Smith’s most popular book is The Game Design Reader: A Rules of Play Anthology.
Home Browse Books Book details, Sibling Relationships: Their Nature and. By Michael E. Lamb, Brian Sutton-Smith. In their relationship we see hostility, aggression, comfort, consolation, provocation, pleasure, amusement, and excitement. Sibling Relationships: Their Nature and Significance across the Lifespan. No one watching young siblings can fail to be impressed by the range and the intensity of emotions expressed by the children or by the great differences between sibling pairs in the quality of their relationships.
Publisher : Lawrence Erlbaum. Pages : 416. Category : Family, Couple and Systemic Therapy. ISBN 13 : 9780898591897. ISBN 10 : 0898591899. Also by Michael E. Child Sexual Abuse: Disclosure, Delay, and Denial.
In M. Lamb & B. Sutton-Smith (Ed., Sibling relationships: Their nature and significance across the lifespan . Hetherington, E. (1988). Parents, children, and siblings: Six years after divorce., Sibling relationships: Their nature and significance across the lifespan (pp. 61–86). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. In R. A. Hinde & J. Stevenson Hinde (Ed., Relationships within families: Mutual influences (pp. 311–331). Oxford: Oxford University Press. The relation of certain formal attitudes of siblings to attitudes held towards each other and towards their parents.
Print We all have siblings whether they are first, last or somewhere in between.
Sibling relationships may be particularly important because few adults with severe mental illness have children
Sibling relationships may be particularly important because few adults with severe mental illness have children. As parents grow older, adult children are expected to support their sibling with mental illness when their parents are no longer able to do so. The sibling relationship has the potential to be one of the most significant relationships for adults with schizophrenia. The aim of this paper is to present a case study of a sister’s experiences and needs in her contact with psychiatric care.