- One or more effective parents
- Connections to other caring, competent adults
- Cognitive, attention, and problem-solving skills
- Effective emotion and behavior regulation
- Positive self-perceptions; self-efficacy; self-worth
- Beliefs that life has meaning; hopefulness
- Religious faith and affiliations
- Aptitudes and characteristics valued by society (for example, talent, attractiveness)
- Prosocial friends
- Socioeconomic advantages
- Effective school, a sense of connectedness to school
- Effective community (for example, safe, with emergency services, recreation centers, options for young people)
Saturday, December 29, 2012
Predictors of Resiliency
Based on a generation of research studies, here is the short-list of correlates and predictors of resilience:
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