Encyclopedia of Adolescence, Three-Volume Set
- B. Bradford Brown, University of Wisconsin-Madison - USA
- Mitchell Prinstein, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill - USA
The Encyclopedia of Adolescence is a three-volume reference work on adolescence intended for college and public libraries, researchers, and college students. The work will feature over 140 signed and peer-reviewed entries, including content on normative development, individual differences, cultural differences, social and emotional development, education, work, and psychopathlogy as they apply to adolescents. The encyclopedia brings together cross-disciplinary contributors, including academic researchers, biologists, psychiatrists, sociologists, anthropologists and public policy experts, and will include authors from around the world. Each article will follow a set format of glossary, introductory paragraph, body of the work, suggested readings for further information, and cross-references to related encyclopedia articles. Published both in print and via Elsevier's online platform of Science Direct, this Encyclopedia will have the enhanced option of integrating traditional print with online multimedia.
Post-graduate researchers and practitioners in psychiatry, psychology, medicine and pediatrics, and advanced undergraduates.