Vol 19, No 2 (2010)

Humans are highly social beings whose brains are designed to connect to others for a sense of belonging. This issue explores strategies for applying research on positive peer influence to create respectful, democratic group dynamics in schools and youth programs.

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Sections

The Profound Power of Groups
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Punishment or Self-Discipline? Early Roots of Reform
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Reclaiming Deep Democracy
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The Intelligent Method of Learning
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Play and Positive Group Dynamics
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School Connectedness: Strategies for Increasing Protective Factors Among Youth
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Integrating RAP in Public Schools: Successes and Challenges
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Healing Invisible Wounds
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RAP Works!
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Group Contagion: The Mailbox Melee
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"Outside In" Group Treatment of Youth with Asperger's
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Strength-Based Assessment: A Triad of Troubles
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What You See is Not What You Get
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