Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development 1999

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Psychology Press, Dec 15, 2000 - Psychology - 504 pages
Drs. Hertzig and Farber provide their readers with the most valuable and groundbreaking studies in child psychiatry before they enter the new millennium. Each article in this 1999 edition of Annual Progress provides clear, concise, and thought-provoking studies on child psychiatry and development. The articles explore developmental issues, clinical problems, and treatment options and procedures. Mental health professionals who work with children and adolescents will find this book invaluable for both its timely information and its long-term reference value.
 

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Contents

DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES
1
Child Development and Emergent Literacy
37
How Shall We Speak of Childrens Personalities in Middle
77
Worry in Normal Children
127
Childrens Recollections of Traumatic and Nontraumatic Events
141
SOCIAL AND CROSSCULTURAL ISSUES
165
A CrossNational Study of SelfEvaluations and Attributions
187
Relationship Between Hunger and Psychosocial Functioning
215
CLINICAL ISSUES
309
Is It a Variant
327
A Prospective Longitudinal Study of Attachment Disorganization
343
Interaction of Temperamental Resistance to Control and Restrictive
377
FOLLOWTHROUGH STUDIES
403
Antisocial Adolescent Girls
421
IQ Decline During Childhood and Adult Psychotic Symptoms in
439
TREATMENT ISSUES
451

PEDIATRICS AND CHILD PSYCHIATRY
263
Psychiatric Illness and Family Support in Children and Adolescents
281
Headaches and Psychopathology in Children and Adolescents
295
CognitiveBehavioral Treatment of School Phobia
483
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