Preface. Part 1: Basic Principles. Developing concepts in developmental psychopathology. Multicultural perspectives on developmental psychopathology. Social context and developmental psychopathology. Part 2: General Concepts of Gene--Environment Interaction on Child Development. Temperament and child psychopathology: beyond associations. Genetics of personality and cognition in adolescents. Sex and developmental psychopathology. Part 3: Disorder-Based Examples of the Study of Gene--Environment Interaction. Genetic and environmental modifiers of risk and resiliency in maltreated children. Genetic and environmental influences on anxious/depression: a longitudinal study in 3- to 12-year-old children. Intersection of Autism and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: evidence for a distinct syndrome influenced by genes and by gene--environment interactions. Genetic epidemiology of pervasive developmental disorders. The fourteen-year prediction of antisocial behavior. Part 4: The Future of the Study of Developmental Psychopathology in Genetics and Clinical Settings. Statistical and molecular genetic approaches to developmental psychopathology: the pathway forward. Genetic and environmental influences on wellness, resilience, and psychopathology: a family-based approach for promotion, prevention, and intervention. Index.
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