A multiple-levels-of-analysis perspective on resilience: implications for the developing brain, neural plasticity, and preventive interventions.

@article{Cicchetti2006AMP,
  title={A multiple-levels-of-analysis perspective on resilience: implications for the developing brain, neural plasticity, and preventive interventions.},
  author={Dante Cicchetti and Jennifer A Blender},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2006},
  volume={1094},
  pages={248-58}
}
Resilient functioning, the attainment of unexpected competence despite significant adversity, is among the most intriguing and adaptive phenomena of human development. Although growing attention has been paid to discovering the processes through which individuals at high risk do not develop maladaptively, the empirical study of resilience has focused predominantly on detecting the psychosocial determinants of the phenomenon. For the field of resilience to grow in ways that are commensurate with… CONTINUE READING

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