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Developmental Psychopathology, Volume 3, Maladaptation and Psychopathology, 3rd Edition

Dante Cicchetti (Editor)
ISBN: 978-1-118-12092-7
1248 pages
February 2016
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A comprehensive reference on external contributing factors in psychopathology

Developmental Psychopathology is a four-volume compendium of the most complete and current research on every aspect of the field. Volume Three: Risk, Disorder, and Adaptation explores the everyday effects and behaviors of those with behavioral, mental, or neurological disorders, and the disorder's real-world impact on their well-being. Now in its third edition, this comprehensive reference has been fully updated to better reflect the current state of the field, and detail the latest findings in causation, intervention, contextual factors, and the risks associated with atypical development. Contributions from expert researchers and clinicians explore the effects of abuse and traumatic stress, memory development, emotion regulation, impulsivity, and more, with chapters specifically targeted toward autism, schizophrenia, narcissism, antisocial behavior, bipolar disorder, and borderline personality disorder.

Advances in developmental psychopathology have burgeoned since the 2006 publication of the second edition, and keeping up on the latest findings in multiple avenues of investigation can be burdensome to the busy professional. This series solves the problem by collecting the information into one place, with a logical organization designed for easy reference.

  • Learn how childhood experiences contribute to psychopathology
  • Explore the relationship between atypical development and substance abuse
  • Consider the impact or absence of other developmental traits
  • Understand the full risk potential of any behavioral or mental disorder

The complexity of a field as diverse as developmental psychopathology deepens with each emerging theory, especially with consideration of the multiple external factors that have major effects on a person's mental and emotional development. Developmental Psychopathology Volume Three: Risk, Disorder, and Adaptation compiles the latest information into a cohesive, broad-reaching reference with the most recent findings.

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Table of Contents

Preface to Developmental Psychopathology, Third Edition xi
Dante Cicchetti

Contributors xiii

1 DEVELOPMENTS IN THE DEVELOPMENTAL APPROACH TO INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY 1
Jacob A. Burack, Natalie Russo, Cathryn Gordon Green, Oriane Landry, and Grace Iarocci

2 FRAGILE X SYNDROME AS A MULTILEVEL MODEL FOR UNDERSTANDING BEHAVIORALLY DEFINED DISORDERS 68
Annette Karmiloff-Smith, Brianna Doherty, Kim Cornish, and Gaia Scerif

3 AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS 81
Raphael Bernier and Geraldine Dawson

4 JOINT ATTENTION AND THE SOCIAL PHENOTYPE OF AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER: A PERSPECTIVE FROM DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 116
Amy Vaughan Van Hecke, Tasha Oswald, and Peter Mundy

5 EXPLICATING THE “DEVELOPMENTAL” IN PRESCHOOL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 152
Sara J. Bufferd, Margaret W. Dyson, Iseli G. Hernandez, and Lauren S. Wakschlag

6 THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMOTION REGULATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR CHILD ADJUSTMENT 187
Susan D. Calkins and Nicole B. Perry

7 INTERPERSONAL THEORIES OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 243
Karen D. Rudolph, Jennifer E. Lansford, and Philip C. Rodkin

8 COGNITIVE RISKS IN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 312
Benjamin L. Hankin, Hannah R. Snyder, and Lauren D. Gulley

9 TRAUMATIC STRESS FROM A MULTILEVEL DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY PERSPECTIVE 386
J. Douglas Bremner

10 CHILDHOOD EXPOSURE TO INTERPERSONAL TRAUMA 425
Alicia F. Lieberman and Ann T. Chu

11 CHILD MALTREATMENT AND DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY: A MULTILEVEL PERSPECTIVE 457
Dante Cicchetti and Sheree L. Toth

12 A DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY PERSPECTIVE ON FOSTER CARE RESEARCH 513
Philip A. Fisher, Leslie D. Leve, Brianna Delker, Leslie E. Roos, and Bryna Cooper

13 MEMORY DEVELOPMENT, EMOTION REGULATION, AND TRAUMA-RELATED PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 555
Gail S. Goodman, Deborah Goldfarb, Jodi A. Quas, Rachel K. Narr, Helen Milojevich, and Ingrid M. Cordon

14 ATTENTION AND IMPULSIVITY 591
Joel T. Nigg

15 THE DEVELOPMENT AND ECOLOGY OF ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR: LINKING ETIOLOGY, PREVENTION, AND TREATMENT 647
Thomas J. Dishion and Gerald R. Patterson

16 NARCISSISM 679
Sander Thomaes and Eddie Brummelman

17 A MULTILEVEL PERSPECTIVE ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER 726
Peter Fonagy and Patrick Luyten

18 ALCOHOL USE AND THE ALCOHOL USE DISORDERS OVER THE LIFE COURSE: A CROSS-LEVEL DEVELOPMENTAL REVIEW 793
Robert A. Zucker, Brian M. Hicks, and Mary M. Heitzeg

19 SUBSTANCE USE AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS 833
Laurie Chassin, Craig R. Colder, Andrea Hussong, and Kenneth J. Sher

20 BIPOLAR DISORDER FROM A DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY PERSPECTIVE: FOCUSING ON PHENOMENOLOGY, ETIOLOGY, AND NEUROBIOLOGY 898
Bonnie Klimes-Dougan, Kevin P. Kennedy, and Kathryn R. Cullen

21 CHILDHOOD SCHIZOPHRENIA 950
Rochelle Caplan

22 MULTILEVEL APPROACHES TO SCHIZOPHRENIA AND OTHER PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS: THE BIOBEHAVIORAL INTERFACE 997
Elaine F. Walker, Arthur T. Ryan, Katrina C. Bridgman Goines, Derek M. Novacek, Sandra M. Goulding, Joy L. Brasfield, Allison Macdonald, and Hanan D. Trotman

23 TOWARD A UNIFYING PERSPECTIVE ON PERSONALITY PATHOLOGY ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN 1039
Jennifer L. Tackett, Kathrin Herzhoff, Steve Balsis, and Luke Cooper

24 TOWARD A DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY OF PERSONALITY DISTURBANCE: A NEUROBEHAVIORAL DIMENSIONAL MODEL INCORPORATING GENETIC, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND EPIGENETIC FACTORS 1079
Mark F. Lenzenweger and Richard A. Depue

Author Index 1111

Subject Index 1189

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Author Information

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. His major research interests lie in the formulation of an integrative developmental theory that can account for both normal and abnormal forms of ontogenesis. His work has several foci: 1) developmental psychopathology; 2) the developmental consequences of child maltreatment; 3) neural plasticity and sensitive periods; 4) the impact of traumatic experiences upon brain development; 5) the biology and psychology of unipolar and bipolar depressive diseases; 6) the interrelationships among molecular genetic, neurobiological, socio-emotional, cognitive, linguistic and representational development in normal and pathological populations; and 7) the study of attachment relations and representational models of the self and its disorders across the life span. Cicchetti has published hundreds of articles, books, and journals that have had far-reaching impact on developmental theory as well as science, policy, and practice related to child maltreatment, depression, mental retardation, and numerous other domains of development.
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