Developmental Psychopathology: Perspectives on Adjustment, Risk, and Disorder

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Developmental psychopathology (DP) is a relatively new and important discipline, yet many remain unclear about what exactly defines this field and what sets it apart from others (e.g., developmental or clinical psychology or psychiatry). This book is geared around elucidating the four pivotal features of the discipline. Each chapter in the book reflects a major research program within a discrete area, and using this research as a base, delineates the central principles of ...
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Overview

Developmental psychopathology (DP) is a relatively new and important discipline, yet many remain unclear about what exactly defines this field and what sets it apart from others (e.g., developmental or clinical psychology or psychiatry). This book is geared around elucidating the four pivotal features of the discipline. Each chapter in the book reflects a major research program within a discrete area, and using this research as a base, delineates the central principles of developmental psychopathology.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780521471428
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/1997
  • Pages: 618
  • Product dimensions: 6.34 (w) x 9.33 (h) x 1.57 (d)

Table of Contents

List of contributors
Foreword
Preface
1 Effects of interventions for child and adolescent psychological dysfunction: Relevance of context, developmental factors, and individual differences 3
2 Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation: A developmental perspective 23
3 Race, gender, and young children 51
4 Success in school - for a head start in life 75
5 What is normal? What is abnormal? Developmental perspectives on behavioral and emotional problems 93
6 Family effects on individual differences in development 115
7 The study of atypical and typical populations in developmental psychopathology: The quest for a common science 139
8 The development of children exposed to cocaine 166
9 Developmental approaches to children with disabilities: New perspectives, populations, prospects 189
10 The Pervasive Developmental Disorders: Nosology and profiles of development 208
11 The developmental approach to adult psychopathology 227
12 Conduct disorder across the life-span 248
13 Ontogenesis, depressotypic organization, and the depressive spectrum 273
14 Transactional ecological systems in developmental psychopathology 317
15 Teenaged childbearing and divorce 350
16 Children of depressed mothers: A developmental and interactional perspective 374
17 Sexual and physical abuse and development of social competence 390
18 Using multiple informants and cross-cultural research to study the effects of domestic violence on developmental psychopathology: Illustrations from research in Israel 417
19 Interdisciplinary interface: Development principles brought to substance abuse research 437
20 Sociodemographic disadvantage and psychosocial adjustment: Perspectives from developmental psychopathology 459
21 The firstborn sons of African American teenage mothers: Perspectives on risk and resilience 486
22 Environmental perspectives on adaptation during childhood and adolescence 507
23 The Rochester Child Resilience Project (RCRP): Facts found, lessons learned, future directions divined 527
24 Developmental approaches to understanding adolescent deviance 548
25 Developmental psychopathology and culture: Ten lessons from Thailand 568
Subject Index 593
Author Index 602
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