Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development 2002
Margaret E. Hertzig, Ellen A. Farber
Routledge, 01/03/2013 - 496 من الصفحات
Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development2002 provides the most current research and scholarship available in the field of child psychiatry and child development. It is a benchmark against which all other contributions to the literature will be measured. Mental health professionals who work with children and adolescents will find the book invaluable for both its timely information and long-term reference value. Researchers will find substantial information in its pages for new spheres of inquiry.
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... problems. What strengths or resources created this group of invulnerable or resilient individuals who despite having significant life stressors or a genetic predisposition for illness did not develop illness? The field of resiliency ...
... problems of affected children. The identification of presenting problems as part of a behavioral phenotype will pave the way for accurate genetic diagnosis, appropriate parental counseling regarding prognosis and risk in future ...
... problems. Children with symptoms of PDD were intensively assessed by a multidisciplinary team, which conducted standardized diagnostic interviews and administered psychometric tests. A total of 97 children (79.4% male) were confirmed to ...
... problems, generalized anxiety, and phobic and depressive symptoms. In this study, about a third of the children were judged to suffer from posttraumatic stress symptoms. The authors describe the different types of stresses that children ...
... problems. Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, NM. Lewis, M., Feiring, C., McGuffog, C., & Jaskir, J. (1984). Predicting psychopathology in six-year-olds from early ...
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