"Research in human development is moving toward a lifespan/life course approach, ranging from infancy to later adulthood, that spans multiple disciplines and perspectives. Thus, Research in Human Development ( RHD ) seeks to promote a more inclusive, integrative, and interdisciplinary approach to the study of human development across the entire life span. The integration of the person and his or her context across the life course will be the focus of the scholarship promoted by this journal; as such, multilevel, multivariate, and integrative longitudinal study of person-context relations will be emphasized in this publication. Specifically, an interdesciplinary focus that integratively incorporates biological, psychological, sociological, anthropological, economic, historical perspectives will be stressed in the pages of RHD .
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Schulenberg, John E., and Julie Maslowsky. 2015. "Contribution of Adolescence to the Life Course: What Matters Most in the Long Run?" Research in Human Development, 12(3-4): 319-326. PMCID: PMC4602400.