Child and Adolescent Psychopathology / Edition 2

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Reviewer: Lesley Kassicieh, DO (Rush University Medical Center)
Description: This comprehensive book on childhood and adolescent disorders addresses genetic, neurobiological, and environmental factors from a developmental perspective. It focuses on how, when, and why disorders emerge among children and adolescents, and in what ways symptom profiles change at different stages of development. This update expands coverage of epigenetics, classification, culture, and context.
Purpose: The book is intended to cover the core aspects of child and adolescent mental health illnesses from a developmental psychopathology perspective. It presents development psychopathology as a multidisciplinary conceptual approach linking normative development psychology and the scientific discipline closely tied to clinical child and adolescent psychopathology and psychiatry for transcending the usual diagnosis-based emphasis of these fields. It presents mental illnesses through the lens of the dynamic interplay of biology and context, genes and environment, and "inner" versus "outer" influences on the development of healthy and atypical functioning.
Audience: The intended audience includes child and adolescent mental health professionals, and students pursuing careers in the field as researchers or clinicians.
Features: With nearly 800 pages and 21 chapters, this book may seem overwhelming at first glance, but a closer inspection will reveal that it provides a rich framework for understanding the expanding field of developmental psychopathology as a scientific discipline and attempts to explain child and adolescent psychiatric illnesses from a developmental psychopathology perspective. The chapters are organized to provide a historical understanding of developmental psychopathology as an emerging paradigm, and how child and adolescent psychiatric illnesses are viewed through its lens. These illnesses are sorted into the categories of internalizing and externalizing behaviors to further enable readers to immerse themselves in the viewpoint of developmental psychopathology.
Assessment: This is an important addition to the field of child and adolescent mental health. It coalesces concepts from a number of historically based endeavors from a wide variety of disciplines including embryology, genetics, and the neurosciences, as well as psychoanalysis, psychiatry, and psychology, and provides examples of the synergistic contributions from previously disparate fields that have resulted in the emergence of this new discipline of developmental psychopathology.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118120941
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/14/2013
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 781
  • Sales rank: 227,299
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 10.10 (h) x 1.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Theodore P. Beauchaine, Ph.D., University of Washington, Seattle

Dr. Beauchaine is the Robert Bolles & Yasuko Endo endowed Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington in Seattle. He recently received an Early Career Award from the American Psychological Association for his work addressing neurobiological vulnerabilities and environmental risk factors for conduct problems and depression.

Stephen P. Hinshaw, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley

Dr. Hinshaw is Chair of the Psychology Department at the University of California, Berkeley.  An internationally recognized scholar in the area of developmental psychopathology, he is Incoming Editor of Psychological Bulletin and Associate Editor of Development and Psychopathology.

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Table of Contents

List of Contributors     vii
Preface     xi
Foreword   Michael Rutter     xv
The Developmental Psychopathology Approach to Understanding Behavior
Developmental Psychopathology as a Scientific Discipline: Relevance to Behavioral and Emotional Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence   Stephen P. Hinshaw     3
A Multiple-Levels-of-Analysis Perspective on Research in Development and Psychopathology   Dante Cicchetti     27
Genetic and Environmental Influences on Behavior   Theodore P. Beauchaine   Stephen P. Hinshaw   Lisa Gatzke-Kopp     58
Risk Factors for Psychopathology
Child Maltreatment: A Neurodevelopmental Perspective on the Role of Trauma and Neglect in Psychpathology   Bruce D. Perry     93
Impulsivity and Vulnerability to Psychopathology   Theodore P. Beauchaine   Emily Neuhaus     129
Behavioral Inhibition as a Risk Factor for Psychopathology   Jerome Kagan     157
Exposure to Teratogenic Agents as a Risk Factor for Psychopathology   Susanna L. Fryer   Nicole A. Crocker   Sarah N. Mattson     180
Brain Injury as a Risk Factor for Psychopathology   Lisa M. Gatzke-Kopp   Katherine E. Shannon     208
Affective Style and Risk for Psychopathology   James A. Coan   John J. B. Allen     234
Emotion Dysregulation as a Risk Factor for Psychopathology   Pamela M. Cole   Sarah E. Hall     265
Externalizing Behavior Disorders
Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder   Joel Nigg   Molly Nikolas     301
Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, and Juvenile Delinquency   Benjamin B. Lahey     335
Antisocial Personality Development   Kristina D. Hiatt   Thomas J. Dishion     370
Prevalence of Alcohol and Drug Involvement During Childhood and Adolescence   Sandra A. Brown     405
Internalizing Behavior Disorders
Anxiety Disorders   Carl Weems   Wendy Silverman     447
Depressive Disorders   Daniel N. Klein   Dana C. Torpey   Sara J. Bufferd     477
The Development of Borderline Personality Disorder and Self-Injurious Behavior   Sheila E. Crowell   Theodore P. Beauchaine   Mark F. Lenzenweger     510
Other Psychological Disorders
Bipolar Disorder   Joseph C. Blader   Gabrielle A. Carlson     543
Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Developmental Perspective   Geraldine Dawson   Susan Faja     575
Childhood Schizophrenia   Robert F. Asarnow   Claudia L. Kernan     614
Eating Disorders   Eric Stice   Cynthia M. Bulik     643
Indexes     671
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