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Journal Issue: Military Children and Families Volume 23 Number 2 Fall 2013

Afterword: What We Can Learn from Military Children and Families
Ann S. Masten

Endnotes

  1. Richard M. Lerner, "Developmental Science, Developmental Systems, and Contemporary Theories of Human Development," in Handbook of Child Psychology, 6th ed., vol. 1, ed. William Damon and Richard M. Lerner (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2006), 1–17; Ann S. Masten, "Resilience in Children Threatened by Extreme Adversity: Frameworks for Research, Practice, and Translational Synergy," Development and Psychopathology 23 (2011): 141–54; Ann S. Masten, "Risk and Resilience in Development," in The Oxford Handbook of Developmental Psychology, Vol. 2: Self and Other, ed. Philip David Zelazo (New York: Oxford University Press, 2013), 579–607; Philip David Zelazo, "Developmental Psychology: A New Synthesis," in The Oxford Handbook of Developmental Psychology, Vol. 1: Body and Mind, ed. Philip David Zelazo (New York: Oxford University Press, 2013), 3–12.
  2. Masten, "Resilience in Children"; Masten, "Risk and Resilience in Development."
  3. Chris M. McCormick, Sally I-Chun Kuo, and Ann. S Masten, "Developmental Tasks across the Lifespan," in The Handbook of Lifespan Development, ed. Karen L. Fingerman et al. (New York: Springer, 2011), 117–40.
  4. Herbert Goldenberg and Irene Goldenberg, Family Therapy: An Overview, 8th ed. (Belmont, CA: Brooks/ Cole, 2012); Froma Walsh, Strengthening Family Resilience, 2nd ed. (New York: Guilford, 2011).
  5. Masten, "Resilience in Children"; Masten, "Risk and Resilience in Development."
  6. Ann S. Masten and Angela J. Narayan, "Child Development in the Context of Disaster, War, and Terrorism: Pathways of Risk and Resilience," Annual Review of Psychology 63 (2012): 227–57; Fran H. Norris et al., "Community Resilience as a Metaphor, Theory, Set of Capacities, and Strategy for Disaster Readiness," American Journal of Community Psychology 41 (2008): 127–50.
  7. Dante Cicchetti, "Resilient Functioning in Maltreated Children—Past, Present, and Future Perspectives," Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 54 (2013): 402–22, doi: 10.1111/j.1469-7610.2012.02608.x; Walsh, Strengthening Family Resilience; Masten, "Risk and Resilience in Development"; Masten and Narayan, "Child Development"; Sam Goldstein and Robert B. Brooks, eds., Handbook of Resilience in Children, 2nd ed. (New York: Springer, 2013).
  8. Molly Clever and David R. Segal, "The Demographics of Military Families and Children," Future of Children 23, no. 2 (2013): 13–40.
  9. Clever and Segal, "Demographics"; James Hosek and Shelley MacDermid Wadsworth, "Economic Conditions of Military Families," Future of Children 23, no. 2 (2013): 41–60.
  10. National Research Council and Institute of Medicine, Student Mobility: Exploring the Impact of Frequent Moves on Achievement: Summary of a Workshop, comp. Alexandra Beatty (Washington: National Academies Press, 2010).
  11. J. J. Cutuli et al., "Academic Achievement Trajectories of Homeless and Highly Mobile Students: Resilience in the Context of Chronic and Acute Risk," Child Development 84 (2013): 847–57; Ann S. Masten, "Risk and Resilience in the Educational Success of Homeless and Highly Mobile Children: Introduction to the Special Section," Educational Researcher 41 (2012): 363–65; National Research Council and Institute of Medicine, Student Mobility.
  12. Monica Christina Esqueda, Ron Avi Astor, and Kris M. Tunac De Pedro, "A Call to Duty: Educational Policy and School Reform Addressing the Needs of Children from Military Families," Educational Researcher 41 (2012): 65–70, doi: 10.3102/0013189X11432139; Nansook Park, "Military Children and Families: Strengths and Challenges during Peace and War," American Psychologist 66 (2011): 65–72, doi: 10.1037/a0021249.
  13. Esqueda, Astor, and Tunac De Pedro, "A Call to Duty."
  14. M. Ann Easterbrooks, Kenneth Ginsburg, and Richard M. Lerner, "Resilience among Military Youth," Future of Children 23, no. 2 (2013): 99–120; Harold Kudler and Rebecca I. Porter, "Building Communities of Care for Military Children and Families," Future of Children 23, no. 2 (2013): 163–86; Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) Senior Research Team, Education of the Military Child in the 21st Century: Current Dimensions of Educational Experiences for Army Children: Executive Summary (Harker Heights, TX: MCEC, 2012), http://www.militarychild.org/public/upload/images/EMC21ExecutiveReportJune2012.pdf; Park, "Military Children and Families."
  15. Esqueda, Astor, and Tunac De Pedro, "A Call to Duty."
  16. Orla Doyle et al., "Investing in Early Human Development: Timing and Economic Efficiency," Economics and Human Biology 7, no. 1 (2009): 1–6, doi: 10.1016/j.ehb.2009.01.002; Beverly Falk, Defending Childhood: Keeping the Promise of Early Education (New York: Teachers College Press, 2012).
  17. Clever and Segal, "Demographics."
  18. Patricia Lester and Eric Flake, "How Wartime Military Service Affects Children and Families," Future of Children 23, no. 2 (2013): 121–42; William R. Saltzman et al., "Mechanisms of Risk and Resilience in Military Families: Theoretical and Empirical Basis of a Family-Focused Resilience Enhancement Program," Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 14 (2011): 213–30, doi: 10.1007/ s10567-011-0096-1.
  19. Masten and Narayan, "Child Development"; Jelena Obradovi?, Anne Shaffer, and Ann S. Masten, "Risk in Developmental Psychopathology: Progress and Future Directions," in The Cambridge Handbook of Environment in Human Development, ed. Linda C. Mayes and Michael Lewis (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012), 35–57.
  20. Masten and Narayan, "Child Development"; Ann S. Masten and Joy D. Osofsky, "Disasters and Their Impact on Child Development," Child Development 81 (2010): 1029–39.
  21. Allison Holmes, Paula Rauch, and Stephen J. Cozza, "When a Parent Is Injured or Killed in Combat," Future of Children 23, no. 2 (2013): 143–62; Kudler and Porter, "Communities of Care."
  22. Kudler and Porter, "Communities of Care"
  23. Easterbrooks et al., "Resilience among Military Youth"; Masten, "Risk and Resilience"; Masten and Narayan, "Child Development"; Joy D. Osofsky and Molinda M. Chartrand, "Military Children from Birth to Five Years," Future of Children 23, no. 2 (2013): 61–78.
  24. Ososfky and Chartrand, "Military Children."
  25. Ibid.
  26. Clever and Segal, "Demographics"; Abigail H. Gewirtz et al., "Helping Military Families through the Deployment Process: Strategies to Support Parenting," Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 42: 56–62; Lester and Flake, "Wartime Military Service."
  27. Gewirtz et al., "Helping Military Families"; Marion S. Forgatch and David S. DeGarmo, "Sustaining Fidelity following the Nationwide PMTO Implementation in Norway," Prevention Science 12 (2011): 235–46; Gerald R. Patterson, Marion S. Forgatch, and David S. DeGarmo, "Cascading Effects following Intervention," Developmental Psychopathology 22 (2010): 941–70.
  28. Holmes, Rauch, and Cozza, "When a Parent Is Injured or Killed."
  29. William Beardslee et al., "Family-Centered Preventive Intervention for Military Families: Implications for Implementation Science," Prevention Science 12 (2011): 339–48; Irwin N. Sandler et al., "Long-Term Effects of the Family Bereavement Program on Multiple Indicators of Grief in Parentally Bereaved Children and Adolescents," Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 78 (2010): 131–43. doi: 10.1037/ a0018393; Shelley M. MacDermid Wadsworth, "Family Risk and Resilience in the Context of War and Terrorism," Journal of Marriage and Family 72 (2010): 537–56; Froma Walsh, "Community-Based Practice Applications of a Family Resilience Framework," in Handbook of Family Resilience, ed. Dorothy S. Becvar (New York: Springer, 2013), 65–82; Walsh, Strengthening Family Resilience.
  30. Holmes, Rauch, and Cozza, "When a Parent Is Injured or Killed."
  31. William Beardslee et al., "Family-Centered Preventive Intervention"; Easterbrooks et al., "Resilience among Military Youth"; Lester and Flake, "Wartime Military Service"; Park, "Military Children and Families"; Saltzman et al., "Mechanisms."
  32. Walsh, Strengthening Family Resilience; Margaret O'Dougherty Wright, Ann S. Masten, and Angela J. Narayan, "Resilience Processes in Development: Four Waves of Research on Positive Adaptation in the Context of Adversity," in Goldstein and Brooks, Handbook of Resilience, 15–37, doi: 10.1007/978-1-4614-3661-4_2.
  33. Park, "Military Children and Families," and articles throughout this issue of Future of Children.
  34. Holmes, Rauch, and Cozza, "When a Parent Is Injured or Killed."
  35. W. Thomas Boyce, Marla B. Sokolowski, and Gene E. Robinson, "Toward a New Biology of Social Adversity," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109, no. S2 (2012): 17143–48; Jack P.Shonkoff, W. Thomas Boyce, and Bruce S. McEwen, "Neuroscience, Molecular Biology, and the Childhood Roots of Health Disparities," JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association 301 (2009): 2252–59.
  36. Suzanne King et al., "Using Natural Disasters to Study the Effects of Prenatal Maternal Stress on Child Health and Development," Birth Defects Research (Part C) 96 (2012): 273–88; Masten and Narayan, "Child Development."
  37. Bruce J. Ellis et al., "Differential Susceptibility to the Environment: An Evolutionary-Neurodevelopmental Theory," Development and Psychopathology 23 (2011): 7–28; Ann S. Masten, "Resilience in Children: Vintage Rutter and Beyond," in Developmental Psychology: Revisiting the Classic Studies, ed. Alan M. Slater and Paul C. Quinn (London: Sage, 2012), 204–21.
  38. Ann S. Masten, Jelena Obradovi?, and Keith B. Burt, "Resilience in Emerging Adulthood: Developmental Perspectives on Continuity and Transformation," in Emerging Adults in America: Coming of Age in the 21st Century, ed. Jeffrey Jensen Arnett and Jennifer Lynn Tanner (Washington: American Psychological Association Press, 2006), 173–90.
  39. Clever and Segal, "Demographics"; Easterbrooks, Ginsburg, and Lerner, "Resilience."
  40. Park, "Military Children and Families."
  41. Ososfky and Chartrand, "Military Children"; Ann S. Masten, "Ordinary Magic: Lessons from Research on Resilience in Human Development," Education Canada 49, no. 3: 28–32; Masten and Narayan, "Child Development."