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Afterschool Education: Approaches to an Emerging Field
Gil G. Noam, Gina Biancarosa, and Nadine Dechausay

This comprehensive book explores the challenges and opportunities facing afterschool education programs. The authors both survey the full range of contemporary programs and point to future directions for this crucial, burgeoning field.

Available from Harvard Education Publishing Group
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Articles

Noam, G. "The Four Cs of Afterschool Programming: A New Case Method for a New Field." Afterschool Matters, Occasional Paper Series. Robert Browne Foundation. Fall/Winter 2004.

Noam, G. The Psychology of Belonging: Reformulating Adolescent Development. In A. H. Esman, L. T. Flaherty, H. A. Horowitz (Eds.), Annals of the American Society of Adolescent Psychiarty. (Adolescent Psychiatry Developmental and Clinical Studies, Volume 24). Hillsdale: NJ, The Analytic Press.

• Noam, G., Malti, T., Guhn, M. "From Clinical-Developmental Theory to Assessment: The Holistic Assessment Tool". International Journal of Conflict and Violence. 6(2), pp. 201-213.

• Noam, G. "The Four Cs of Afterschool Programming: A New Case Method for a New Field." Afterschool Matters, Occasional Paper Series. Robert Browne Foundation. Fall/Winter 2004.

• Noam, G. The Psychology of Belonging: Reformulating Adolescent Development. In A. H. Esman, L. T. Flaherty, H. A. Horowitz (Eds.), Annals of the American Society of Adolescent Psychiarty. (Adolescent Psychiatry Developmental and Clinical Studies, Volume 24). Hillsdale: NJ, The Analytic Press.

•  Noam G.   Politische Erziehung in der Schule.   Schriftenreihe der Paedagogik, 1969; 4:92-104.

•  Hauser S, Pollets D, Turner B, Jacobson A, Powers S, Noam G.   Ego development and self-esteem in diabetic youth.   Diabetes Care, 1979; 2:465-471.

•  Hulsizer D, Murphy M, Noam G, Taylor C.   On generativity and identity: From a conversation with Joan and Erik Erikson.   Harvard Educational Review, 1981; 51:249-269.

•  Edelstein W, Noam G. Regulatory structures of the self and "postformal" operations in adulthood.   Human Development, 1982; 25:407-422.

•  Hauser S, Powers S, Jacobson A, Schwartz J, Noam G.   Family interactions and ego development in diabetic adolescents.   Pediatric and Adolescent Endocrinology, 1982; 10:69-76.

•  Jacobson A, Hauser S, Powers S, Noam G.   Ego development in diabetic adolescents.   Pediatric and Adolescent Endocrinology, 1982; 10:1-8.

•  Hauser S, Jacobson A, Noam G, Powers S.   Ego development and self-image complexity in early adolescence: Longitudinal studies of psychiatric and diabetic patients.   Archives of General Psychiatry, 1983; 40:325-332.

•  Snarey J, Kohlberg L, Noam G.   Ego development in perspective: Structural stage, functional phase, and cultural age-period models.   Developmental Review, 1983; 3:303-338.

•  Hauser S, Powers S, Noam G, Jacobson A, Weiss B, Follansbee D.   Familial contexts of adolescent ego development.   Child Development, 1984; 55:195-213.

•  Jacobson A, Hauser S, Powers S, Noam G.   The influences of chronic illness and ego development on self-esteem in diabetic and psychiatric adolescent patients.   Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 1984; 13:489-507.

•  Noam G. Stage and phase: Adolescent worlds.   Moral Education, 1984; 9:1-19.

•  Noam G, Hauser S, Santostefano S, Garrison R, Jacobson A, Powers S, Mead M.   Ego development and psychopathology: A study of hospitalized adolescents.   Child Development, 1984; 55:184-194.

•  Beardslee W, Jacobson A, Hauser S, Noam G, Powers S.   An approach to evaluating adolescent adaptive processes: Scale development and reliability.   Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 1985; 24:637-642.

•  Hauser S, Liebman W, Powers S, Houlihan J, Jacobson A, Noam G, Weiss B, Follansbee D.   Family contexts of pubertal timing.   Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 1985; 14:317-337.

•  Noam G, Recklitis C.   Stage and style: Continuities and discontinuities of self and morality.   Moral Education, 1985; 10:1-24.

•  Powers S, Dill D, Hauser S, Noam G, Jacobson A.   Coping strategies of families with seriously ill adolescents.   Journal of Early Adolescence, 1985; 5:101-113.

•  Beardslee W, Jacobson A, Hauser S, Noam G, Powers S, Houlihan J, Rider E.   An approach to evaluating adolescent adaptive processes: Validity of an interview-based measure.   Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 1986; 15:355-374.

•  Jacobson A, Beardslee W, Hauser S, Noam G, Powers S, Houlihan J, Rider E.   Evaluating ego defense mechanisms using clinical interviews: An empirical study of adolescent diabetic and psychiatric patients.   Journal of Adolescence, 1986; 9:303-319.

•  Hauser S, Houlihan J, Powers S, Jacobson A, Noam G, Weiss B, Perry B, Follansbee D.   Interaction sequences in families of psychiatrically hospitalized and other adolescents.   Psychiatry, 1987; 50:308-319.

•  Hauser S, Powers S, Bowles M, Noam G.   Family interiors and adolescent ego development.   Family Perspectives, 1987; 50:263-282.

•  Noam G, Wolf M.   Developmental fallacies in gender identity research: A response to Sayers. New Ideas in Psychology, 1987; 5:253-260.

•  Noam G.   Self complexity and self integration: Theory and therapy in clinical-developmental psychology.   Journal of Moral Education, 1988; 17:230-245.

•  Borst S, Noam G.   Suicidality and psychopathology in hospitalized children and adolescents.   Acta Paedopsychiatrica, 1989; 52:165-175.

•  Isberg R, Hauser S, Jacobson A, Powers S, Noam G, Weiss-Perry B, Follansbee D.   Parental contexts of adolescent self-esteem: A developmental perspective.   Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 1989; 18:1-23.

•  Leaper C, Hauser S, Kremen A, Powers S, Jacobson A, Noam G, Weiss-Perry B, Follansbee D.   Adolescent-parent interactions in relation to adolescents' gender and ego development pathway: A longitudinal study.   Journal of Early Adolescence, 1989; 9:335-361.

•  Noam G, Kegan R.   On boundaries and externalization: Clinical-developmental perspectives. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 1989; 9:397-426.

•  Noam G, Recklitis C, Paget K.   Pathways of ego development, psychopathology and adaptation: A short-term longitudinal study.   Acta Paedopsychiatrica, 1989; 52:254-265.

•  Weinstein S, Stone K, Noam G, Grimes K, Stone-Schwab M.   Comparison of DISC with clinicians' DSM-III diagnoses in psychiatric inpatients.   Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 1989; 28:53-60.

•  Beardslee W, Powers S, Hauser S, Houlihan J, Jacobson A, Noam G, Macias E, Hopfenbeck J.   The development of adaptive processes: The influence of time and severe psychiatric illness.   Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 1990; 29:429-439.

•  Dill D, Noam G.   Ego development and treatment requests.   Psychiatry, 1990; 53:85-91.

•  Noam G, Houlihan J. Developmental dimensions of DSM-III diagnoses in adolescent psychiatric patients.   American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 1990; 60:371-378.

•  Noam G, Powers S, Sally I, Kilkenny R, Beedy J.   The interpersonal self in life-span developmental perspective: Theory, measurement and longitudinal case analyses. Life-span development and behavior, 1990; 10:59-104.   

•  Noam G, Recklitis C.   The relationship between defenses and symptoms in adolescent psychopathology.   Journal for Personality Assessment, 1990; 54:311-327.

•  Weinstein S, Noam G, Grimes K, Stone K, Schwab-Stone M. Convergence of DSM-III diagnoses and self-reported symptoms in child and adolescent inpatients.   Journal of American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 1990; 29:627-634.

•  Hauser ST, Borman EH, Powers SI, Jacobson AM, Noam GG.   Paths of adolescent ego development: Links with family life and individual adjustment. Psychiatr Clin North Am 1990; 13(3):489-510.

•  Borst S, Noam G, Bartok J.   Adolescent suicidality: A clinical-developmental approach.   Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 1991; 30:796-803.

•  Hauser S, Borman E, Jacobson A, Powers S, Noam G.   Understanding family contexts of adolescent coping: A study of parental ego development and adolescent coping strategies.   Journal of Early Adolescence, 1991; 11:96-124.

•  Noam G, Dill D.   Adult development and symptomatology.   Psychiatry, 1991; 54:208-217.

•  Noam G, Recklitis C, Paget K.   Pathways of ego development: Contributions to maladaptation and adjustment.   Development and Psychopathology, 1991; 3:311-328.

•  Noam G.   Development as the aim of clinical intervention.   Development and Psychopathology, 1992; 4:679-696.

•  Recklitis C, Noam G, Borst S. Adolescent suicide and defensive style.   Suicide & Life Threatening Behavior,   1992; 22:374-387.

•  Borst S, Noam G.   Developmental psychopathology in suicidal and non-suicidal adolescent girls.   Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 1993; 32:501-508.

•  Noam G.   Ego development: True or false?   Psychological Inquiry, 1993; 4:43-48.

•  Aronen E, Noam G. Weinstein S.   Structured diagnostic interviews and clinicians' discharge diagnoses in hospitalized adolescents.   Journal of American Acadademy of Child Adolescent Psychiatry, 1993: 32, 3:674-681.

•  Noam G, Paget K, Valiant G, Borst S, Bartok J.   Conduct and affective disorders in development perspective: A systematic study of adolescent psychopathology.   Development and Psychopathology, 1994; 6:519-532.

•  Evans D, Noam G, Wertlieb D, Paget K, Wolf M.   Self-perception and adolescent psychopathology:   A clinical-developmental perspective.   American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 1994; 64: 293-300.

•  Recklitis C, Yap L, Noam G.   Development of a short form of the adolescent version of the Defense Mechanisms Inventory. Journal of Personality Assessment, 1995; 64:360-370.

•  Evans D, Brody L, Noam G.   Self-perceptions of adolescents with and without mood disorder: Content and structure.   Journal of Child Psychological Psychiatry & Allied Disciplines, 1995; 36(8): 1337-51.

•  Nakkula M, Ayoub C, Noam G, Selman R. Risk and prevention: An interdisciplinary master's program in child and adolescent development.   Journal of Child and Youth Care Work, 1996; 11:8-31.

•  Noam G.   High-risk children: Transforming our understanding of human development.   Human Development, 1996; 39:1-17 .

•  Noam G, Cicchetti D.   High risk children and youth: Reply to Bretherton and Edelstein.   Human Development, 1996; 39:49-56,

•  Noam G, Winner K, Rhein A, Molad B.   The Harvard RALLY Program and the prevention practitioner: Comprehensive, school-based intervention to support resiliency in at-risk adolescents.   Journal of Child and Youth Care Work, 1996: 11:32-47 .

•  Lyoo IK, Noam GG, Lee CK, Lee HK, Kennedy BP, Renshaw PF.   The corpus callosum and lateral ventricles in children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder: A brain magnetic resonance imaging study.   Biological Psychiatry, 1996; 15:40(10): 1060-3.

•  Fischer KW, Ayoub C, Singh I, Noam G, Maraganore A, Raya P. Psychopathology as adaptive development along distinctive pathways.    Development and Psychopathology, 1997; 9:4, 749-779.

•  Recklitis C, Noam G.   Clinical and developmental perspectives on adolescent coping.   Child Psychiatry and Human Development; 1999, 30, 2:87-101.

•  Evans D, Brody L, Noam G.   Ego development, self-perception, and self-complexity in adolescence: A study of female psychiatric patients. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 2001 Jan; 71(1):79-86.

•  Lyoo I, Lee H, Jung J, Noam G, Renshaw P. White matter hyperintensities on brain MRI in children with psychiatric disorders. Comprehensive Psychiatry. 2002 Sep-Oct; 43(5):361-8.

•  Noam G, Hermann, C. Where education and mental health meet: Developmental prevention and early intervention in schools. Development and Psychopathology, 2002, 14, 861-875.

•  Noam G, Kia M, Aberhalden I. The transformation of vulnerabilities into strengths in young mothers: Challenging our assumptions about families. American Behavioral Scientist. (in press).

•  Ehrlich S, Noam GG, Lyoo IK, Kwon BJ, Clark MA, Renshaw PF. White Matter Hyperintensities and their Associations with Suicidality in psychiatrically hospitalized Children and Adolescents. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 2004 Jun;43(6):770-6.

•  Noam, G., Rosenbaum Tillinger, J., Theory and typology of partnerships:   The case of afterschool spaces.

•  Noam, G., Barry, S., Wahl, L., Van Dyken, L. Community, collaboration and content in afterschool settings: A case method for a new social field

•  Ehrlich S , Breeze JL, Heesdorffer DC, Noam GG, Gong X, Alban RL, Davis SE, Renshaw PF. White Matter Hyperintensities and their Associations with Suicidality in psychiatrically hospitalized Young Adults. J Affect Disord. 2005 Jun;86(2-3):281-7.


Chapters

•  Noam G, Tillinger JR, "After-school as intermediary space: Theory and typology of partnerships."  In: New Directions for Youth Development, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2004; 75-113.

•  Wack R, Noam G.   Familientherapie und "Psychosoziales holding environment" bei borderline personlichkeitsstoerungen in der adoleszenz.   In: Dierking W, ed.   Familientherapie und gesellschaft.   Weinheim: Beltz, 1979; 91-101.

•  Wack R, Noam G.   Familientherapie und "Psychosoziales holding environment" bei borderline personlichkeitsstoerungen in der adoleszenz.   In: Dierking W, ed.   Familientherapie und gesellschaft.   Weinheim: Beltz, 1979; 91-101.

•  Jacobson A, Hauser S, Noam G, Powers S.   The impact of diabetes on adolescent psychological development.   In: Laron Z, Galatzer A, eds.   Psychosocial aspects of diabetes in children and adolescents.   Basel: Karger, 1981; 141-152.

•  Hauser S, Jacobson A, Powers S, Schwartz J, Noam G.   Family interactions and ego development in diabetic adolescents.   In: Laron Z, Galatzer A, eds.   Psychosocial aspects of diabetes in children and adolescents.   Basel: Karger, 1982; 101-120.

•  Kegan R, Noam G, Rogers L.   The psychologic of emotion: A neo-Piagetian perspective.   In D. Cicchetti, P. Hesse, eds.   New Directions for Child Development.   San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1982; 105-128.

•  Noam G, Higgins G, Goethals G.   Psychoanalysis as a development psychology.   In: Wolman R, ed.   Handbook of developmental psychology.   New York: Prentice Hall, 1982; 23-43.

•  Noam G, Kegan R.   Social cognition and psychodynamics: Towards a clinical-development psychology.   In: Edelstein W, Keller M, eds.   Perspektivitat und interpretation.   Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1982; 218-238.

•  Lee B, Noam G.   Theories of the self.   In:   Lee B, Noam G, eds.   Developmental approaches to the self.   New York: Plenum Press, 1983; 1-5.

•  Noam G, Kohlberg L, Snarey J.   Steps towards a model of the self.   In:   Lee B, Noam G, eds.   Developmental approaches to the self.   New York: Plenum Press, 1983; 59-141.

•  Powers S, Hauser S, Noam G, Jacobson A.   Coping strategies and psychological resources of seriously ill adolescents.   National Council of Family Relations, MN: University of Minnesota, 1984.

•  Powers S, Hauser S, Schwartz J, Noam G, Jacobson A.   Adolescent ego development and family interaction: A structural-developmental perspective.   In:   Cooper C, Grotevant H, eds.   Adolescent development and family interactions: New Directions in Child Development.   San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1983; 5-25.

•  Noam G.   Developmental psychopathology: Introduction.   McLean Hospital Journal, 1985:X:12-14.

•  Noam G.   Die Entwicklungsdynamik des Selbst.   In: Fatke R, Hoffe O, Oser F, eds.   Transformation und Moral.   Frankfurt, 1985; 151-191.

•  Noam G.   Stage, phase and style: The developmental dynamics of the self.   In:   Berkowitz M, Oser F, eds.   Moral education.   New Jersey: Erlbaum, 1985; 321-346.

•  Noam G.   Borderline personality disorders and the theory of biography and transformation (I).   McLean Hospital Journal, 1986; 11:19-43.

•  Noam G.   The theory of biography and transformation and the borderline personality disorders (II): A developmental typology.   McLean Hospital Journal, 1986; 11:79-105.

•  Jacobson A, Beardslee W, Hauser S, Noam G, Powers S.   An approach to evaluating ego defense mechanisms using clinical interviews.   In:   Valliant G, ed.   Empirical assessment of defense mechanisms.   Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, 1986; 47-59.

•  Snarey J, Kohlberg L, Noam G.   Ego development and education: A structural perspective.   In:   Kohlberg L, DeVries R, eds.   Child psychology and childhood education: A structural developmental view.   New York: Longman, 1987; 329-391.

•  Noam G.   The self, adult development, and the theory of biography and transformation.   In: Lapsley D, Power C, eds.   Self, ego and identity.   New York: Springer-Verlag, 1988; 3-29.

•  Noam G.   The theory of biography and transformation: Foundation for clinical-developmental therapy.   In: Shirk S, ed.   Cognitive development and child psychotherapy. Perspectives in developmental psychology.   New York: Plenum Press, 1988; 213-317.

•  Noam G. A constructivist approach to developmental psycopathology.   In Nannis E, Cowan P, eds. Developmental psychopathology and its treatment.   New Directions for Child Development.   San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1988; 91-122.

•  Noam G.   Lawrence Kohlberg: Jewish identity and universalist commitment.   In:   Fowler J, Snarey J, eds.   A tribute to Lawrence Kohlberg.   Atlanta: Emory University Press, 1989; 45-49.

•  Noam G.   Marking time in the midst of the hardest movement: Educational and clinical implications of adolescent borderline disorder in lifespan perspective.   In: Field K, Wool G, Cohler B, eds.   Psychoanalytic perspective on learning and education.   New York: International Universities Press, 1989; 637-696.

•  Hauser S, Powers S, Sally I, Noam G, Bowlds M. Family interiors of adolescent   ego development trajectories. In: Barber K, Rollins, Boyd C, eds.   Parent-adolescent realtionships. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1990; 19-47.

•  Noam G.   Beyond Freud and Piaget: Biographical worlds-interpersonal self.   In:   Wren T, ed.   The moral domain: Essays in the ongoing discussion between philosophy and the social sciences.   Studies in contemporary German social thought.   Cambridge: MIT Press, 1990; 360-399.

•  Hauser S, Weiss B, Follansbee D, Powers S, Jacobson A, Noam G.   Adolescent ego development and family transactions.   In: Sugarman S, ed. Family therapy and individual therapy: Issues at the interface.   Rockville: Aspen Collections in Family Therapy, 1991.

•  Noam G.   Clinical-developmental psychology: The study of development, dysfunction, and recovery.   Newsletter of the International Society for Behavioral Development, 1991; 19:1-5.

•  Kilkenny R, Noam G.   Opportunities for Recovering: Reflections on Ray's case.   In:   Garrod A, Smulyan L, Powers S, Kilkenny R, eds.   Adolescent portraits: Identity, relationships, and challenges.   Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1991; 251-260.

•  Noam G, Wolf M.   Lawrence Kohlberg.   In:   Gewirtz J, Kurtines W, eds.   Moral development.   NJ: Erlbaum, 1991; 21-24.

•  Lam M, Powers S, Noam G, Hauser S, Jacobson A.   Paretal moral stage and adolescent moral development.   In: Demick J, Bursik K, eds. Parental development.   MA: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1993; 75-85.

•  Noam G.   The development of the self in clinical-developmental perspective.   In:   Edelstein W, Nunner G, Noam G, eds.   Self and morality.   Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1993.

•  Noam G, Wolf M.   Psychology and spirituality: Forging a new relationship.   In: Randour M. ed.   Exploring sacred landscapes: Religious and spiritual experiences in psychotherapy.   New York: Columbia University Press, 1993; 194-207.

•  Noam G, Borst S.   Developing meaning, losing meaning: Understanding suicidal behavior in the young.   New Directions for Child Development.   San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1994; 39-54.

•  Noam G.   A new view on an old topic: Biographical studies.   Yearbook of the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, 1992-3 (published in 1994).  

•  Noam G.   "Normative vulnerabilities" of self and their transformations in moral action,   In: Noam G, Wren T, eds.   The moral self: Studies in contemporary German social thought.   Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1994; 209-238.

•  Noam G, Valiant G.   Clinical-developmental psychology in developmental psychopathology: Theory and research of an emerging perspective.   In:   Cicchetti D, Toth S, eds.   Disorders and dysfunctions of the self.   Rochester Symposia on Developmental Psychopathology, Vol. 5.   Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 1994; 299-331.

•  Noam, G., Wren, T.   Introduction:   Building a better paradigm.   In:   Noam, G, Wren T, eds.   The moral self.   Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1994; 7-11.

•  Noam G, Chandler M, Lalonde C.   Clinical-developmental psychology--constructivism and social cognition in the study of psychological dysfunctions: Self, morality, perspective-taking, and ego development.   In:   Cicchetti D, Cohen D, eds.   Handbook of development and psychopathology, Vol. 1.   New York: Wiley and Sons, 1995; 424-464.

•  Noam G.   Reconceptualizing maturity:   The search for deeper meaning.   In:   Noam G, Fischer KW, eds.   Development and vulnerability in close relationships.   The Jean Piaget symposium series. Mahwah: Erlbaum, 1996; 135-172.

•  Noam G, Dill D.   Developmental dimensions of psychological symptoms and treatment in adult outpatients.   In:   Commons M, Demick J, Goldberg C, eds.   Clinical approaches to adult development.   New Jersey: Ablex, 1996; 267-293.

•  Noam G, Fischer KW. Introduction:   The foundational role of relationships in human development. In:   Noam G, Fischer KW, eds.   Development and vulnerabilities in close relationships.   Mahwah: Erlbaum,1996; ix-xx.

•  Noam G, Weigel S, Loraux N, Motzkin G.   About the uses of forgetting: A Caputher discussion in Albert Einstein's house.   In:   Smith G, Emrich H, eds.   About the uses of forgetting (Vom Nutzen des Vergessens). Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 1996.

•  Noam G.   Clinical-developmental psychology: Towards developmentally differentiated interventions.   In:   Sigel I, Renninger A, eds.   Handbook of child psychology, Vol. 4, Child psychology in practice.   New York: Wiley, 1998; 585-634.

•  Noam G.   The relationship between judgment and action:   Moral disorders of everyday life:   In: Oser F, Gartz D, Althof W, eds.   Urteil und handlung. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1999.

•  Noam G, Roeper, G.   Risk and early intervention:   How to tailor psychological treatments   to emerging skills.   In: Oerter R, Roeper G, Noam G, eds.   Textbook for clinical-developmental psychology.   (Kinische Entwicklungspsychologie: Ein Lehrbuch).   Weinheim: Beltz, 1999; 478-511.

•  Noam, G.   Solving the ego development-mental health riddle.   In: Westenberg M, Cohen L, Blasi   A, eds.   Personality development: Theoretical, empirical, and clinical investigations of Loevinger's conception of ego development.   New Jersey: Erlbaum, 1999; 271-295.

•  Noam G, Pucci K, Foster E. Prevention practice in school settings: The Harvard-RALLY Project as applied-developmental approach to intervention with at-risk youth.   In: Cicchetti D, Toth S, eds.   Developmental psychopathology: Developmental Approaches to Prevention and Intervention.   Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 1999; 57-11.

•  Roeper G., Noam G   A new era for psychological assessment:   Development, meaning, and strengths.   In: Oerter R, Roeper G, Noam G, eds. Textbook for clinical-developmental psychology. (Klinischen entwicklungspsychologie: Ein Lehrbuch).Weinheim: Beltz, 1999 240- 269.

•  Oerter R, Noam G.   Constructivism as foundation for the study of risk.   In: Oerter R, Roeper G, Noam G, eds.   Textbook for clinical-developmental psychology. (Klinische Entwicklungspsychologie: Ein Lehrbuch).   Weinheim: Beltz ,1999; 45-78.

•  Noam G, Paget,K, Valiant   G, Borst S   Bartok,J.   Conduct and affective disorders in developmental perspective:   A systematic study of adolescent psychopathology (reprinted article).   In: Lerner R, Ohannessian C. (eds.)   Adolescence:   Risks and problem behaviors.   New York: Garland, 1999.

•  Noam G.   The psychology of belonging: Reformulating adolescent development.   In:   Adolescent psychiatry, development and clinical studies, Volume 24. Flaherty L and Horowitz H. eds.   Hillside, New Jersey: Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry, 1999; 49-68.

•  Speicher B, Noam G.   Clinical-developmental psychology.   In: Human Development Across the Life Span. Moscher R, Youngman D, and Day, J. eds.   New York: Praeger, 1999; 105-129.

•  Noam G, Kia M, Abderhalden, I.   A different kind of normative pathway - The development of resilience in high-risk young mothers. In: Psychologie 2000. Silbereisen R, Reitzle M. eds. Lengerich: Pabst Science Publishers, 2001; 207-219

•  Noam G, Warner L, Van Dyken L. Beyond the rhetoric of zero tolerance: Long-term solutions for at-risk youth. In: Skiba R and Noam G, eds. New Directions for Youth Development.   Zero Tolerance: Can suspension and expulsion keep schools safe? San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2002; 155-182.

•  Noam G. Developmental psychopathology in life-span perspective. In: Baltes P and Smelser N, eds. Encyclopedia in the Social and Behavioral Sciences (2001).

•  Noam G. Introduction.   In: Rhodes, J. ed. New Directions for Youth Development: A critical view of youth mentoring. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2002; (93),1-4.

•  Rhodes J, Noam G.   Editors' notes. In: Rhodes, J. ed. New Directions for Youth Development: A critical view of youth mentoring. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2002; (93); 5-8.

•  Noam G, Miller B, Barry S. Youth development and afterschool time: Policy and programming in large cities. In: Noam G. and Miller, G. eds. New Directions in Youth Development . Youth development and afterschool time. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2002; (94), 9-18.

•  Noam G.   Using Afterschool Programs to Raise Achievement.    In:   The 21 st Century Principal:   Current Issues in Leadership and Policy.   Pierce, M and Stapleton, D, eds.   Cambridge, MA:   Harvard Education Press, 2003; 69-76.  

•  Noam, G. Afterschool Education: A New Ally for Education Reform. In: Gordon, D., ed., Harvard Education Letter, (18)6. Cambridge, MA: 2002; p. 8.

•  Noam, G. The meaning of youth participation. In: Kirshner, B., O'Donoghue, J. and McLaughlin, M., eds. New Directions in Youth Development (96).   San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2002; p. 1-3.

•  Noam, G.G. Learning with excitement: Bridging school and afterschool worlds and project-based learning. In: New Directions in Youth Development: When, Where, What and How Youth Learn: Blurring School and Community Boundaries. (97)   San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, (in press)

•  Noam, G. After-school education: What principals should know. In: Principal. Alexandria, VA: National Association of Elementary School Principals (Under contract)

•  Noam G., Jilnina, J., Young, C. The Relationship between ego development, psychological symptoms and mental health: A critical review of the literature. (in press)

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