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by Ricardo C. Ainslie

Author: Ricardo C. Ainslie
Subcategory: Psychology & Counseling
Language: English
Publisher: Jason Aronson, Inc.; 2 edition (April 1, 1997)
Pages: 266 pages
Category: Fitness and Health
Rating: 4.9
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Ricardo Ainslie is a native of Mexico City, Mexico. His 2004 book, Long Dark Road: Bill King and Murder in Jasper, explores the psychology of the white supremacist that played the lead role in the Byrd murder. Long Dark Road was runner up for Best Non-Fiction for the 2005 Hamilton Book Awards. No dancin' in Anson: an American story of race and social change, J. Aronson, 1995, ISBN 978-1-56821-585-3. Long dark road: Bill King and murder in Jasper, Texas, University of Texas Press, 2004, ISBN 978-0-292-70574-6.

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The Psychology of Twinship - Book. The book is unique in its interest in the psychology of twins’ experience rather than twins and the influence of genetic makeup.

This book is for parents of twins as well as for clinicians who work with twins.

Home . Details for: The Psychology of Twinship. Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Publication: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 1985Description: 204 с. SBN: 0-8032-1017-5. Subject: Близнецы, двойняшки - Психология, Twins - Psychology Развитие личности, Personality Development. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

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Ricardo Ainslie of University of Texas at Austin, TX UT with expertise in Community Psychology, Psychoanalysis, Cultural Anthropology.

Ricardo Ainslie of University of Texas at Austin, TX UT with expertise in Community Psychology, Psychoanalysis, Cultural Anthropology.

Taking a life-span approach, Ainslie uses interview material along with a wide range of research findings to throw new light on twinship from infancy to adulthood. Twins and family and friends of twins will join specialists concerned with the puzzles of twinship in welcoming this new work. This book fills a gap by addressing a subject largely ignored by previous researchers: the psychological development of twins as twins. The presence of two infants faced with the same developmental needs and tasks makes the environment in which the twin child grows up profoundly different from that of the single child. Here is a full consideration of how twins experience themselves, each other, and others in their world, as well as how others affect the twin relationship. Viewing twinship as a developmental context with specific stresses and characteristics, Ricardo C. Ainslie examines the inter-twin relationship in infancy, the unique challenges of twinship in adolescence, and the fate of the twin relationship in adulthood. His findings are based in part on extensive interviews with identical, same-sex fraternal, and opposite-sex fraternal twins as well as interviews with and surveys of mothers of twins. Ainslie looks critically at the "nature versus nurture" controversy that has centered on twins reared together and apart, and he raises questions about the equal-environments hypothesis, a key assumption in behavior-genetic research that uses twin subjects. In particular he challenges the assumption that twin pairs reared together share an environment that is essentially the same for each member of the pair. The book compellingly documents the substantial differences that often exist in the experiences of such twins. Taking a life-span approach, Ainslie uses interview material along with a wide range of research findings to throw new light on twinship from infancy to adulthood. Twins and family and friends of twins will join specialists concerned with the puzzles of twinship in welcoming this new work.