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Referens:Bergman, L.R., & Magnusson, D. (2000). Individuell utveckling och adaptation: Ett longitudinellt forskningsprogram. [Individual development and adaptation: A longitudinal research program.] Socialmedicinsk tidskrift, 3, 18-21.
Abstract:A short description is given of the Swedish longitudinal research program Individual Development and Adaptation (IDA). It was initiated in 1964 by David Magnusson and led by him until 1996 when Lars R. Bergman became the principal investigator. The aim of the program is to study the adjustment process in a life-span perspective. The first data collection for the main group was made at age 10 and recently the women in this group were studied at age 43. A pilot group has been followed since the age of 13. Both groups consist of over a thousand subjects, each one being a complete school grade cohort in a Swedish town.
Nyckelord:longitudinal research, individual development, life-span perspective, adaptation


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Referens:Bergman, L.R., & Magnusson, D. (in press). Person-centered research. In T. Cook & C. Ragin (Eds.), Logic of inquiry and research design. Vol. 16 of the International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (pp. 11333-11339). Oxford: Elsevier.
Abstract:This article in the International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences gives an overview of person-oriented research from a methodological standpoint. It deals with the emergence of person-centered research, theoretical and research strategic fundaments of the person-oriented approach as well as presents a selection of methods for carrying out person-centered research. Finally, this approach is contrasted to the standard variable-oriented approach.
Nyckelord:person-oriented, methodology, interactionism, classification, variable-centered research


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Referens:Magnusson, D. (2000). Developmental science. In A.E. Kazdin (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Psychology (Vol.3, pp. 24-26). New York: APA & Oxford University Press.
Abstract:It is proposed that the total space of phenomena involved in the processes of lifelong individual development forms a clearly defined and delimited domain for scientific discovery which constitutes a scientific discipline of its own: Developmental Science. Further it is claimed that effective research in this new field presupposes a common theoretical framework which considers that the individual functions and develops as an integrated whole and is part of an integrated person-environment system, that is, it must take on a holistic perspective.
Nyckelord:developmental science, holistic-interactionistic perspective


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Referens:Magnusson, D. (2000). The individual as the organizing principle in psychological inquiry: A holistic approach. In L.R. Bergman, L.-G. Nilsson & L. Nystedt (Eds), Developmental science and the holistic approach (pp. 33-47). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Abstract:The importance of a holistic perspective for research on individual development is emphasized and illustrated with examples from the longitudinal program "Individual development and adaptation" at the Laboratory for Development Science. With reference to recent developments in relevant scientific disciplines it is argued that a holistic perspective now forms a solid theoretical platform for designing, implementing, and interpreting empirical research on specific developmental issues.
Nyckelord:development, holistic-interactionistic perspective, person approach


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Referens:Magnusson, D., & Bergman, L.R. (2000). Individual development and adaptation: The IDA Program. In C.-G. Janson (Ed.), Seven Swedish longitudinal studies in the behavioral sciences (pp. 115-139). Stockholm: FRN.
Abstract:The Swedish longitudinal research program Individual Development and Adaptation (IDA) is described. It was initiated in 1964 by David Magnusson and led by him until 1996 when Lars R. Bergman became the principal investigator. The aim of the program is to study the adjustment process in a life-span perspective. This is done within a holistic-interactionistic perspective developed within the program both with regard to theoretical aspects and methods. The first data collection for the main group was made at age 10 and recently the women in this group were studied at age 43. A pilot group has been followed since the age of 13. Both groups consists of over a thousand subjects, each one being a complete school grade cohort in a Swedish town. The drop out is low (below 10% in school and almost none for information taken from official records).
Nyckelord:longitudinal research, individual development, holistic-interactionistic perspective, adaptation


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