Contents: Part I:Theoretical Issues. S. Folkman,
Coping Across the Life-Span: Theoretical Issues. K.C. Barrett,
J.J. Campos, A Diacritical Function Approach to Emotions and
Coping. Part II:Infancy. T. Field, Stress and Coping
From Pregnancy Through the Postnatal Period. B. Egeland, T.
Kreutzer, A Longitudinal Study of the Effects of Maternal
Stress and Protective Factors on the Development of High- Risk
Children. K.H. Karraker, M. Lake, Normative Stress and
Coping Processes in Infancy. Part III:Childhood. B.E.
Compas, V. Phares, Stress During Childhood and Adolescence:
Sources of Risk and Vulnerability. E.M. Cummings, M.
El-Sheikh, Children's Coping With Angry Environments: A
Process-Oriented Approach. N. Garmezy, A. Masten, The
Protective Role of Competence Indicators in Children at Risk.
Part IV:Adolescence. S. Hauser, E. Borman, M.K. Bowlds,
S. Powers, A. Jacobson, G. Noam, K. Knoebber, Understanding
Coping Within Adolescence: Ego Development and Coping Strategies.
A.L. Greene, R.W. Larson, Variation in Stress Reactivity
During Adolescence. Part V:Adulthood. S. Cohen,
Social Supports and Physical Health: Symptoms, Health Behaviors,
and Infectious Disease. P. Thoits, Patterns in Coping With
Controllable and Uncontrollable Events. Part VI:Older
Adulthood. T. Antonucci, Attachment, Social Support, and
Coping With Negative Life Events in Mature Adulthood. P.T.
Costa, Jr., A.B. Zonderman, R.R. McCrae, Personality, Defense,
Coping, and Adaptation in Older Adulthood. Part
VII:Epilogue. B.J. Cohler, Life-Course Perspectives on
the Study of Adversity, Stress, and Coping: Discussion of Papers
from the West Virginia Conference.