Historical and Geographical Influences on Psychopathology [NOOK Book]


This book discusses the impact of time and geography on the study of psychopathology, simultaneously drawing from several disciplines, including: sociology, anthropology, economics, psychology, social policy, psychiatry and epidemiology.
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Historical and Geographical Influences on Psychopathology

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This book discusses the impact of time and geography on the study of psychopathology, simultaneously drawing from several disciplines, including: sociology, anthropology, economics, psychology, social policy, psychiatry and epidemiology.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781410601469
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/12/1998
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 408
  • File size: 4 MB

Table of Contents

Contents: Preface. P. Cohen, C. Slomkowski, L.N. Robins, Introduction: Time, Place, and Psychopathology. Part I: The Impact of History. J. McCord, Crime: Taking a Historical Perspective. L.N. Robins, A 70-Year History of Conduct Disorder: Variations in Definition, Prevalence, and Correlates. S. Hodgins, N. Lalonde, Major Mental Disorders and Crime: Changes Over Time? S. Karstedt, Early Nazis 1923-1933--Neo-Nazis 1980-1995: A Comparison of the Life Histories of Two Generations of German Right-Wing Extremists. E. Fombonne, Time Trends in Affective Disorders. H.Z. Reinherz, R.M. Giaconia, M.S. Wasserman, A.B. Silverman, L. Burton, Coming of Age in the 1990s: Influences of Contemporary Stressors on Major Depression in Young Adults. H. Kaplan, X. Liu, Explaining Transgenerational Continuity in Antisocial Behavior During Early Adolescence. S. Kasen, P. Cohen, C. Slomkowski, J.S. Brook, Maternal Disciplinary Practices and Offspring Temperament Across Two Generations. J.B. Ullman, M.D. Newcomb, I Felt the Earth Move: A Prospective Study of the 1994 Northridge Earthquake. Part II: Comparison of National and Geographical Cohorts. M. Zoccolillo, R. Price, T.H.C. Ji, H-G. Hwu, Antisocial Personality Disorder: Comparisons of Prevalence, Symptoms, and Correlates in Four Countries. E.J. Costello, E.M.Z. Farmer, A. Angold, Same Place, Different Children: White and American Indian Children in the Appalachian Mountains. D.P. Farrington, R. Loeber, Transatlantic Replicability of Risk Factors in the Development of Delinquency. M. DeSisto, C.M. Harding, R.V. McCormick, T. Ashikaga, G.W. Brooks, The Maine and Vermont Three-Decade Studies of Serious Mental Illness: Longitudinal Course Comparisons. D. Gorman-Smith, P.H. Tolan, D. Henry, The Relation of Community and Family to Risk Among Urban-Poor Adolescents.
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