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Volume 27, Issue 3 (1998)

Introduction to the Mini-Series: Resilience Applied: The Promise and Pitfalls of School-Based Resilience Programs

pp. 346—347

Judging from the promotional flyers and brochures streaming into any public school mail room, one would assume that resilience is a program whose time has come. Yet, despite the enthusiastic optimism of marketers, this issue will show that the science of resilience remains relatively incomplete. It is this mismatch between the exceptional attention that resilience programs are receiving from educators and the limitations of current resilience research that prompted this special issue of School Psychology Review (SPR).

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