From the reviews:
"Highly recommended for upper-division undergraduates through faculty and professionals."
Choice, 40:5 (2003)
"Overall, the book is a sound addition to the field of psychology and sheds light on the most current thought and research involving parental dysfunctions and the developmental effects on children."
(Nicholas Greco IV, MS)
"It is a collection of nine chapters taken from a symposium in Banff. The chapters range fairly widely, from the general review of the causation of schizophrenia to longitudinal studies. … there are interesting and unusual nuggets to be found. These include a very thoughtful chapter on the association between parent and child anti-social behaviour ... that shows that fathers with anti-social personality disorder have children with higher rates of conduct disorder whether or not they are in contact with them." (Stephen Scott, Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Vol. 9 (4), 2004)