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Developmental Psychopathology, Volume 1, Theory and Method, 2nd Edition

ISBN: 978-0-471-23736-5
1104 pages
February 2006
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Developmental Psychopathology, Second Edition, contains in three volumes the most complete and current research on every aspect of developmental psychopathology. This seminal reference work features contributions from national and international expert researchers and clinicians who bring together an array of interdisciplinary work to ascertain how multiple levels of analysis may influence individual differences, the continuity or discontinuity of patterns and the pathways by which the same developmental outcomes may be achieved. This volume addresses theoretical perspectives and methodological issues, including cross-cultural perspectives, developmental epidemiology, self determination theory, and gender issues.
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Preface to Developmental Psychopathology, Second Edition (Dante Cicchetti).

Contributors.

1. DEVELOPMENT AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY (Dante Cicchetti).

2. WHAT’S IN A NAME? PROBLEMS VERSUS PROSPECTS IN CURRENT DIAGNOSTIC APPROACHES (Peter S. Jensen, Kimberly Hoagwood, and Lauren Zitner).

3. DEVELOPMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY (E. Jane Costello and Adrian Angold).

4. THE ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY IN FEMALES AND MALES (Carolyn Zahn-Waxler, Nicki R. Crick, Elizabeth A. Shirtcliff, and Kathleen E. Woods).

5. DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUES IN ASSESSMENT, TAXONOMY, AND DIAGNOSIS OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY: LIFE SPAN AND MULTICULTURAL PERSPECTIVES (Thomas M. Achenbach and Leslie A. Rescorla).

6. COMPREHENSIVE PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT: A DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY APPROACH FOR CLINICAL AND APPLIED RESEARCH (Alice S. Carter, Susan E. Marakovitz, and Sara S. Sparrow).

7. DEVELOPMENTAL PATHWAYS (Andrew Pickles and Jonathan Hill).

8. EMOTIONS AND DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY (Carroll E. Izard, Eric A. Youngstrom, Sarah E. Fine, Allison J. Mostow, and Christopher J. Trentacosta).

9. JOINT ATTENTION, SOCIAL COMPETENCE, AND DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY (Peter Mundy and Marian Sigman).

10. ATTACHMENT, STRESS, AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY: A DEVELOPMENTAL PATHWAYS MODEL (Roger Kobak, Jude Cassidy, Karlen Lyons-Ruth, and Yair Ziv).

11. SELF-PROCESSES AND DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY (Susan Harter).

12. PEER RELATIONSHIPS, CHILD DEVELOPMENT, AND ADJUSTMENT: A DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY PERSPECTIVE (Jeffrey G. Parker, Kenneth H. Rubin, Stephen A. Erath, Julie C. Wojslawowicz, and Allison A. Buskirk).

13. SCHOOLS, SCHOOLING, AND DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY (Robert C. Pianta).

14. DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY FROM FAMILY SYSTEMS AND FAMILY RISK FACTORS PERSPECTIVES: IMPLICATIONS FOR FAMILY RESEARCH, PRACTICE, AND POLICY (Philip A. Cowan and Carolyn Pape Cowan).

15. CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHILD PSYCHOPATHOLOGY (Felicisima C. Serafica and Luis A. Vargas).

16. UNDERSTANDING VULNERABILITY AND RESILIENCE FROM A NORMATIVE DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE: IMPLICATIONS FOR RACIALLY AND ETHNICALLY DIVERSE YOUTH (Margaret Beale Spencer, Vinay Harpalani, Elaine Cassidy, Cleopatra Y. Jacobs, Sapana Donde, Tyhesha N. Goss, Michèle Muñoz-Miller, Nicole Charles, and Shaunqula Wilson).

17. PROBABILISTIC EPIGENESIS OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY (Gilbert Gottlieb and Michael T. Willoughby).

18. PSYCHOANALYTIC PERSPECTIVES ON DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY (Peter Fonagy, Mary Target, and George Gergely).

19. SOCIAL COGNITION, PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS, AND MENTAL HEALTH: THE MODEL, EVIDENCE, AND CONTRIBUTION OF EGO DEVELOPMENT (Gil G. Noam, Copeland H. Young, and Janna Jilnina).

20. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF AUTONOMY AND AUTONOMY SUPPORT IN PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY (Richard M. Ryan, Edward L. Deci, Wendy S. Grolnick, and Jennifer G. La Guardia).

21. PERSON-ORIENTED RESEARCH STRATEGIES IN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY (Lars R. Bergman, Alexander von Eye, and David Magnusson).

22. A SURVEY OF DYNAMIC SYSTEMS METHODS FOR DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY (Isabela Granic and Tom Hollenstein).

23. TAXOMETRIC METHODS: ENHANCING EARLY DETECTION AND PREVENTION OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY BY IDENTIFYING LATENT VULNERABILITY TRAITS (Theodore P. Beauchaine and Penny Marsh).

24. A DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY APPROACH TO THE PREVENTION OF MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS (Nicholas S. Ialongo, Fred A. Rogosch, Dante Cicchetti, Sheree L. Toth, Jacquelyn Buckley, Hanno Petras, and Jenae Neiderhiser).

Author Index.

Subject Index.

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Dante Cicchetti, Ph.D., is Mcknight Presidential Chair of Child Psychology in the Institute of Child Development and in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Minnesota. He also is Professor of Psychology at the University of Minnesota. From 1985 to 2005, he directed the Mt. Hope Family Center at the University of Rochester. Dr. Cicchetti has published 30 books including volumes on developmental psychopathology, child development, emotional development, Down syndrome, attachment beyond infancy, self development, risk and protective factors in the development of psychopathology, neurodevelopment and psychopathology, and stress and development.

Donald Cohen, M.D. (deceased)
Irving B. Harris Professor of Child Psychiatry, Pediatrics, and Psychology
Director, Yale Child Study Center 
Dr. Cohen was the founder of the renowned clinical and scientific research programs for Tourette's Syndrome at the Yale Child Study Center.  Well known for his clinical expertise and breadth of understanding, Dr. Cohen served as Director of the Child Study Center from 1983 until his death in 2001.

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