9780072820195

Developmental Psychopathology

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  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2005-08-08
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages

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Summary

This accessible, clearly written text approaches child psychopathology as "normal development gone awry" and encourages students to "think developmentally" about psychopathology, from childhood through adolescence. The fifth edition includes cutting-edge research, improved organization, and new coverage of problems that arise in late adolescence/early adulthood.

Table of Contents

Preface xv
The Developmental Psychopathology Approach
Overview
1(2)
A General Developmental Framework
3(2)
The Biological Context
3(1)
The Individual Context
3(1)
The Family Context
4(1)
The Social Context
4(1)
The Cultural Context
4(1)
Interactions
4(1)
Models of Child Psychopathology
5(11)
The Medical Model
5(1)
The Behavioral Model
6(2)
Cognitive Models
8(1)
Psychoanalytic Models
9(3)
The Family Systemic Model
12(3)
Comparing and Integrating Models
15(1)
Developmental Psychopathology
16(9)
The Organizational Perspective
17(1)
The Continuum Between Normal and Abnormal Development
18(1)
Risk, Vulnerability, Potentiation, and Protection
18(3)
Developmental Pathways
21(3)
Transactions
24(1)
Conceptualizing Relationships Between Development and Psychopathology
25(2)
Stages of Development
25(1)
How Might Development Go Awry? Conceptualizations of Psychopathology
26(1)
Research Strategies in Developmental Psychopathology
27(7)
Longitudinal Research Designs
27(3)
Multivariate Research
30(4)
Normative Development
Development in the Biological Context
34(5)
Genetics
34(1)
Neuropsychology
35(2)
Temperament
37(2)
Development in the Individual Context
39(26)
Cognitive Development
39(4)
Emotional Development
43(2)
Attachment
45(5)
Self-Development
50(8)
Moral Development
58(3)
Sex and Gender
61(4)
Development in the Family Context
65(5)
The Development of the Family
65(1)
Parenting Style
65(1)
Parental Sensitivity
66(1)
Parent-Child Boundary Dissolution
67(1)
Divorce and Interparental Conflict
67(2)
Maltreatment and Family Violence
69(1)
Development in the Social Context
70(3)
Peer Relations
70(3)
Extrafamilial Adults
73(1)
Development in the Cultural Context
73(8)
Poverty and Social Class
73(2)
Ethnic Diversity
75(4)
Cross-Cultural Norms and Expectations
79(2)
Developmental Integration
81(4)
The Bridge to the Psychopathologies
Diagnosis and Classification
85(1)
The DSM
86(6)
Features of DSM-IV-TR
86(2)
Multiaxial Classification
88(1)
Strengths and Limitations of DSM from a Developmental Psychopathology Perspective
89(3)
The ICD-10
92(1)
Strengths and Limitations of ICD-10
93(1)
The DSM-PC
93(3)
Strengths and Limitations of DSM-PC
94(2)
The Empirically Based Approach
96(3)
Limitations of the Empirical Approach
98(1)
Normal Problems and Normal Problem Behavior
99(3)
The DSM-IV-TR Disorders
102(3)
Adjustment Disorders
103(1)
Disorders Usually First Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence
103(1)
Disorders Diagnosed in Children, Adolescents, and Adults
104(1)
Integration of Normal Development and Psychopathology
105(4)
Infancy: The Developmental Consequences of Mental Retardation
Is Mental Retardation a Psychopathology?
109(1)
Definition
110(4)
Historical Background
110(1)
A Controversial Revision
110(1)
DSM-IV-TR Criteria
111(1)
Comparison of AAMR and DSM Approaches
112(2)
Characteristics
114(1)
Prevalence
114(1)
Gender
114(1)
Socioeconomic Status and Ethnicity
114(1)
Differential Diagnosis
115(1)
Comorbidity
115(1)
The Biological Context: Organic MR
115(4)
Genetic Factors
116(2)
Prenatal and Postnatal Factors
118(1)
Neuropsychological Factors
118(1)
The Cultural Context: Familial MR
119(1)
Familial Mental Retardation
119(1)
The Family Context
120(1)
Parent-Child Relationships
120(1)
The Social Context
121(1)
Social Cognition
121(1)
The Individual Context
121(5)
Cognitive Factors
121(4)
Personality-Motivational Factors
125(1)
Developmental Course
126(2)
Stability and Change
126(1)
Stage-Salient Issues
127(1)
Intervention
128(3)
Government Regulations
128(1)
Behavior Modification
129(1)
Prevention
129(2)
Infancy: Disorders in the Autistic Spectrum
Autism
131(8)
Definition
131(5)
Characteristics
136(3)
Asperger's Disorder
139(2)
Definition
139(1)
Characteristics
140(1)
Are Autism and Asperger's Separate Disorders?
141(1)
Etiology of Disorders in the Autistic Spectrum
141(13)
The Biological Context
141(2)
The Intrapersonal Context
143(11)
Developmental Course
154(2)
Initial Detection
154(1)
Developmental Outcome
155(1)
Is Asperger's Necessarily a Disorder?
155(1)
Integrative Developmental Model
156(1)
Intervention
157(2)
Lovaas' Behavior Modification Program
157(1)
TEACCH
158(1)
Comparing the Programs
158(1)
Infancy Through Preschool: Insecure Attachment, Oppositional-Defiant Disorder, and Enuresis
Attachment Disorders
159(8)
Reactive Attachment Disorder
160(1)
Etiology
161(1)
Insecure Attachment and Psychopathology
162(2)
Intergenerational Transmission of Insecure Attachment
164(1)
Proposed Disorders of Insecure Attachment
164(1)
Intervention
165(2)
Oppositional-Defiant Disorder
167(7)
Definition and Characteristics
168(2)
Comorbidity and Differential Diagnosis
170(1)
Etiology
171(1)
Integrative Developmental Model
172(1)
Developmental Course
173(1)
Intervention
173(1)
Enuresis
174(6)
Definition and Characteristics
174(1)
Etiology
175(2)
Intervention
177(3)
The Preschool Period: The Emergence of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Learning Disorders
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders
180(21)
Definition and Characteristics
180(4)
Comorbidity and Differential Diagnosis
184(3)
Etiology
187(3)
An Integrative Model: The Hyperactive-Impulse Type
190(2)
Developmental Course
192(3)
The Inattentive Type
195(1)
Intervention
196(4)
Comparison of Treatment Effects
200(1)
Learning Disorders
201(14)
Definition and Diagnosis
201(3)
Reading Disorder
204(3)
Etiology: The Biological Context
207(1)
Etiology: The Individual Context
208(2)
Rethinking LD
210(1)
Developmental Course
211(1)
Intervention
211(4)
Middle Childhood: The Anxiety Disorders
The Nature of Anxiety
215(1)
Fears in Normal Development
215(1)
From Normal Fears to Anxiety Disorders
216(1)
The Anxiety Disorders
216(1)
Common Features
216(1)
Are Anxiety Disorders and Depression Distinct?
217(1)
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
217(3)
Definition and Characteristics
218(1)
Developmental Course
219(1)
Intervention
220(1)
Specific Phobias
220(3)
Definition and Characteristics
220(1)
School Phobia
221(1)
Developmental Course
222(1)
Intervention
223(1)
Social Phobia (Social Anxiety Disorder)
223(4)
Definition and Characteristics
224(1)
Developmental Course
225(1)
Intervention
226(1)
Separation Anxiety Disorder
227(3)
Definition
227(1)
Characteristics
227(3)
Developmental Course
230(1)
Intervention
230(1)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
230(4)
Definition and Characteristics
231(2)
Developmental Course
233(1)
Intervention
233(1)
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
234(4)
Definition and Characteristics
234(3)
Developmental Course
237(1)
Intervention
237(1)
Developmental Pathways to Anxiety Disorders
238(9)
An Integrative Developmental Psychopathology Model
238(9)
Middle Childhood to Adolescence: Mood Disorders and Suicide
Depressive Spectrum Disorders
247(30)
Definitions, Characteristics, and Differential Diagnosis
248(4)
The Developmental Dimension
252(3)
Comorbidity
255(1)
Etiology
256(13)
Developmental Course
269(1)
Integrative Developmental Model
270(2)
Intervention
272(5)
Bipolar Disorder
277(6)
Definition and Characteristics
277(3)
Comorbidity
280(1)
The Developmental Dimension
280(1)
Etiology
280(1)
Developmental Course
281(1)
Intervention
282(1)
Child and Adolescent Suicide
283(14)
Definitions and Prevalence
283(4)
Etiology
287(4)
Developmental Course
291(1)
Integrative Developmental Models
292(2)
Intervention
294(3)
Middle Childhood to Adolescence: Conduct Disorder and the Development of Antisocial Behavior
Definition and Characteristics
297(5)
Problem Behavior Versus Conduct Disorder
298(2)
Prevalence
300(2)
Ethnicity and Social Class
302(1)
Typologies of Conduct Disorder
302(5)
Childhood Onset Versus Adolescent Onset
302(1)
Destructive/Nondestructive and Overt/Covert
303(1)
Proactive Versus Reactive Aggression
303(2)
Callous/Unemotional Traits and Juvenile Psychopathy
305(2)
Comorbidity and Differential Diagnosis
307(1)
Developmental Course
307(7)
Continuity
307(2)
Developmental Pathways
309(1)
Early Childhood: Pathways from ADHD to Conduct Disorder
310(1)
Middle Childhood: Pathways from Oppositionality to Conduct Disorder
310(1)
Late Childhood and Adolescence: Divergent Pathways
311(1)
Late Adolescence: Pathways to Antisocial Personality and Criminality
312(1)
Discontinuity and Protective Factors
312(1)
Gender Differences in Developmental Pathways
313(1)
Etiology
314(12)
The Biological Context
314(1)
The Individual Context
315(3)
The Family Context
318(4)
The Social Context
322(2)
The Cultural Context
324(2)
Integrative Developmental Model
326(1)
Intervention
327(4)
Behavioral-Oral Approach: Parent Management Training
327(1)
Cognitive Behavioral Intervention: Anger Coping Program
327(1)
Systemic Family Therapy
328(1)
Multisystemic Therapy
328(1)
Prevention
329(2)
Severe Deviation in Late Childhood and Adolescence---Schizophrenia
Definition and Characteristics
331(6)
Definition
331(2)
Characteristics
333(3)
The Developmental Dimension
336(1)
Developmental Pathways to Schizophrenia
337(6)
Identifying Precursors to Schizophrenia
337(1)
Premorbid Development
338(3)
Prodromal Phase
341(1)
Acute Phase
341(1)
Recovery Phase
342(1)
Residual or Chronic Phase
342(1)
Multiple Pathways to Schizophrenia
342(1)
Etiology
343(9)
The Biological Context
343(6)
The Individual Context
349(1)
The Family Context
349(3)
The Cultural Context
352(1)
Integrative Developmental Model
352(2)
Developmental Course
354(1)
Short-Term Outcome
354(1)
Long-Term Outcome
354(1)
Protective Factors
355(1)
Intervention
355(4)
Psychopharmacology
355(1)
Individual Psychotherapy
356(1)
Family Therapy
357(1)
Prevention
357(2)
Psychopathologies of the Adolescent Transition: Eating Disorders and Substance Abuse
Normative Adolescent Development
359(1)
Psychopathology in Adolescence
360(1)
Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa
361(8)
Definition and Characteristics
361(1)
Ethnicity and Social Class
362(1)
Comorbidity
363(1)
Etiology
363(6)
Developmental Course
369(1)
Eating Disorders: Bulimia Nervosa
369(13)
Definition and Characteristics
369(2)
Comorbidity
371(1)
Differential Diagnosis
371(1)
Etiology
372(4)
Developmental Course
376(1)
A Comparison of Eating Disorders
377(1)
Integrative Developmental Models
378(1)
Intervention
379(3)
Substance Abuse
382(23)
Definition and Characteristics
382(2)
Prevalence and Onset
384(4)
Comorbidity
388(1)
Etiology
388(8)
Developmental Course
396(2)
Integrative Developmental Model
398(3)
Intervention
401(4)
The Developmental Consequences of Brain Injury and Chronic Illness
Brain Damage
405(9)
Definition
405(1)
Assessment
405(2)
Psychopathology in Brain Damage
407(2)
Traumatic Brain Injury
409(2)
TBI and Psychopathology
411(1)
The Biological Context
411(1)
The Individual Context
412(1)
The Family Context
413(1)
The Social Context
413(1)
Developmental Course
413(1)
Intervention
414(1)
Chronic Illness
414(17)
Definition and Characteristics
415(3)
Risk for Psychopathology
418(1)
Developmental Course of Psychopathology in Chronic Illness
419(2)
The Biological Context
421(1)
The Individual Context
421(2)
The Family Context
423(2)
The Social Context
425(1)
Intervention
425(6)
Risks in the Family Context: Child Maltreatment and Domestic Violence
Defining Maltreatment
431(5)
Types of Maltreatment
431(1)
Assessing Maltreatment
431(1)
The Developmental Dimension
431(1)
Cross-Cultural and Ethnic Differences
431(5)
Physical Abuse
436(7)
Definition and Characteristics
436(1)
Developmental Course
437(3)
Etiology: The Physically Abusive Parent
440(3)
Neglect
443(4)
Definition and Characteristics
443(2)
Developmental Course
445(1)
Etiology: The Neglecting Parent
446(1)
Psychological Abuse
447(2)
Definition and Characteristics
447(1)
Developmental Course
448(1)
Sexual Abuse
449(6)
Definition and Characteristics
449(1)
Developmental Course
450(3)
Controversies in the Study of Sexual Abuse
453(1)
Etiology: The Sexual Abuser
454(1)
Exposure to Domestic Violence
455(4)
Definition and Characteristics
455(2)
Developmental Course
457(2)
Etiology: The Batterer
459(1)
Comparison of Maltreatment Types
459(2)
Intervention and Prevention
461(5)
Physical Abuse, Neglect, and Psychological Abuse
461(1)
Sexual Abuse
462(2)
Exposure to Domestic Violence
464(2)
Late Adolescence to Early Adulthood: Emergent Personality Disorders
Should Personality Disorder Diagnoses Be Applied to Youths?
466(1)
Definition and Characteristics
466(6)
DSM-IV-TR Criteria
466(1)
Prevalence
467(1)
Criteria Specific to Children and Adolescents
467(2)
Comorbidity and Differential Diagnosis
469(2)
Gender Differences
471(1)
Etiology
472(8)
The Individual Context
472(4)
The Family Context
476(2)
The Social Context
478(1)
The Biological Context
478(2)
Integrative Developmental Model
480(3)
Biological and Environmental Contributions
481(1)
Insecure Attachment and Trauma
481(1)
Cognitive Dysfunction
482(1)
Emotional and Behavioral Dysregulation
482(1)
Intense and Unstable Personal Relationships
483(1)
Developmental Course
483(2)
Intervention
485(4)
Psychodynamic Perspectives
485(1)
Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches
486(2)
Family Therapy
488(1)
Psychological Assessment
Assessment from a Developmental Psychopathology Perspective
489(1)
The Assessment Process
490(10)
Purposes of Assessment
491(1)
Initial Sources of Data
492(4)
Child Interviews
496(4)
Psychological Tests
500(17)
Cognitive Testing from Infancy to Adolescence
502(7)
Socioemotional Assessment
509(3)
Projective Techniques
512(5)
Behavioral Assessment
517(4)
Behavior Rating Scales
518(1)
Behavioral Observation
518(3)
Clinical Assessment: Art and Science
521(2)
Intervention and Prevention
Conceptualizing and Evaluating Child Interventions
523(3)
Empirical Validation: Methods and Challenges
524(2)
Ethnic Diversity and Interventions with Children
526(2)
The Developmental Psychopathology Approach
528(2)
An Integrative Developmental Psychopathology Model of Intervention
528(2)
The Psychoanalytic Approach
530(7)
Classical Psychoanalysis
530(2)
Ego Psychology
532(1)
Object Relations Theory
533(1)
Psychodynamic Developmental Theory
534(2)
Empirical Support
536(1)
The Humanistic Approach
537(3)
The Conceptual Model
537(1)
The Therapeutic Process
537(2)
Empirical Support
539(1)
Behavior Therapies
540(4)
The Conceptual Model
540(1)
The Developmental Dimension
540(1)
The Therapeutic Process
541(2)
Behavior Therapy in the Family Context
543(1)
Empirical Support
543(1)
Cognitive Therapies
544(8)
The Conceptual Model
544(1)
The Therapeutic Process
544(7)
Empirical Support
551(1)
The Family Systemic Approach
552(4)
The Conceptual Model
552(1)
The Therapeutic Process
553(2)
Empirical Support
555(1)
Prevention
556
Definition
556(1)
The Fast Track Program
556
Glossary 1(1)
References 1(1)
Credits 1(1)
Name Index 1(1)
Subject Index 1

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