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Sponsored by the Society of Pediatric Psychology, this Handbookis recognized as the definitive reference in the field. In concise, peer-reviewed chapters, leading authorities comprehensively examine links between psychological and medical issues from infancy through adolescence. Psychosocial aspects of specific medical problems and developmental, emotional, and behavioral disorders are reviewed. The volume showcases evidence-based approaches to intervention and prevention. It describes innovative ways that professionals can promote positive health behaviors; help children and families cope with medical conditions and their treatment; and collaborate across disciplines to deliver effective clinical services in primary care, mental health, and school settings.
Michael C. Roberts, PhD, ABPP, is Professor and Director of the Clinical Child Psychology Program at the University of Kansas. He holds academic appointments in the Departments of Psychology, Applied Behavioral Science, and Pediatrics. Dr. Roberts has published close to 200 journal articles and book chapters related to the application of psychology to understanding and influencing children\u2019s physical and mental health. He has authored or coedited 18 books. Currently the Editor of the American Psychological Association journal Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, Dr. Roberts is a recipient of the Award for Distinguished Contributions to Education and Training from the American Psychological Association and the Martin P. Levin Mentorship Award from the Society of Pediatric Psychology. Ric G. Steele, PhD, ABPP, is Associate Professor in the Clinical Child Psychology Program at the University of Kansas. He is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Child and Family Studies and is on the editorial boards of the Journal of Pediatric Psychology, the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, Children\u2019s Health Care, and Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. Dr. Steele has published more than 60 journal articles and book chapters and has coedited several handbooks related to health and mental health services for children and youth. His empirical research examines the promotion of physical and mental health across a continuum of health risk categories, with particular emphasis on the promotion of weight-related health.
Table of Contents
I. Professional Issues 1. Historical Developments and Trends in Pediatric Psychology, Brandon S. Aylward, Jade A. Bender, Montserrat M. Graves, and Michael C. Roberts 2. Ethical and Legal Issues in Pediatric Psychology, William A. Rae, Donald Brunnquell, and Jeremy R. Sullivan 3. Professional Development, Roles, and Practice Patterns, Lisa M. Buckloh and Peggy Greco 4. Research Design and Statistical Applications, Grayson N. Holmbeck, Kathy Zebracki, and Katie McGoron 5. Health Insurance and Pediatric Psychology Services, William Douglas Tynan, Meredith Lutz Stehl, and Jennifer Shroff Pendley II. Cross-Cutting Issues 6. Culture and Diversity Issues in Research and Practice, Daniel L. Clay 7. Evidence-Based Practice in Pediatric Psychology, Timothy D. Nelson and Ric G. Steele 8. Inpatient Pediatric Consultation–Liaison, Bryan D. Carter, William G. Kronenberger, Eric Scott, and Michelle M. Ernst 9. Adherence to Pediatric Treatment Regimens, Annette M. La Greca and Eleanor Race Mackey 10. Chronic and Recurrent Pain, Lynnda M. Dahlquist and Marni Switkin Nagel 11. Management of Pediatric Pain and Distress Due to Medical Procedures, Ronald L. Blount, William T. Zempsky, Tiina Jaaniste, Subhadra Evans, Lindsey L. Cohen, Katie A. Devine, and Lonnie K. Zeltzer 12. Pediatric Pharmacology and Psychopharmacology, Ronald T. Brown, Brian P. Daly, Johanna L. Carpenter, and Jeremy S. Cohen 13. Pediatric Medical Traumatic Stress, Anne E. Kazak, Stephanie Schneider, and Nancy Kassam-Adams 14. Palliative Care, End of Life, and Bereavement, Cynthia A. Gerhardt, Amy E. Baughcum, Tammi Young-Saleme, and Kathryn Vannatta 15. eHealth Applications in Pediatric Psychology, Tonya M. Palermo and Anna C. Wilson III. Medical, Developmental, Behavioral, and Cognitive-Affective Conditions 16. Neonatology, Prematurity, and Developmental Issues, Glen P. Aylward 17. Pediatric Asthma, Elizabeth L. McQuaid and Natalie Walders Abramson 18. Cystic Fibrosis: A Model for Drug Discovery and Patient Care, Alexandra L. Quittner, David H. Barker, Kristen K. Marciel, and Mary E. Grimley 19. The Psychological Context of Diabetes Mellitus in Youths, Tim Wysocki, Lisa M. Buckloh, and Peggy Greco 20. Sickle Cell Disease, Kathleen L. Lemanek and Mark Ranalli 21. Pediatric Oncology: Progress and Future Challenges, Kathryn Vannatta, Christina G. Salley, and Cynthia A. Gerhardt 22. Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury, Shari L. Wade, Nicolay Chertkoff Walz, and Glendaliz Bosques 23. Central Nervous System Disorders: Epilepsy and Spina Bifida as Exemplars, Kathleen K. M. Deidrick, Maureen O. Grissom, and Janet E. Farmer 24. Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, Michael A. Rapoff, Carol B. Lindsley, and Cynthia Karlson 25. Cardiovascular Disease, Alan M. Delamater and Jason F. Jent 26. Pediatric Organ Transplantation, James R. Rodrigue and Nataliya Zelikovsky 27. Abdominal Pain–Related Gastrointestinal Disorders: Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Gerard A. Banez and Carin L. Cunningham 28. Pediatric Burns, Kenneth J. Tarnowski and Ronald T. Brown 29. Feeding and Vomiting Problems in Pediatric Populations, Alan H. Silverman and Sally Tarbell 30. Pediatric Obesity, Elissa Jelalian and Chantelle N. Hart 31. Eating Disorders, Angela Celio Doyle and Daniel le Grange 32. Elimination Disorders: Enuresis and Encopresis, Laura K. Campbell, Daniel J. Cox, and Stephen M. Borowitz 33. Pediatric Sleep, Lisa J. Meltzer and Jodi A. Mindell 34. Autism Spectrum Disorders and Developmental Disabilities, Jonathan M. Campbell, Matthew J. Segall, and Aila K. Dommestrup 35. Behavior Problems in a Pediatric Context, Susan M. VanScoyoc and Edward R. Christophersen 36. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in the Pediatric Context, Brian P. Daly, Jeremy S. Cohen, Johanna L. Carpenter, and Ronald T. Brown 37. Child Maltreatment, Stephen R. Gillaspy and Barbara L. Bonner IV. Public Health Issues 38. Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities and Access to Care, Bernard F. Fuemmeler, Lindsay Moriarty, and Ronald T. Brown 39. Prevention of Unintentional Injury in Children and Adolescents, Keri J. Brown Kirschman, Sunnye Mayes, and Michael S. Perciful 40. Health Promotion in Children and Adolescents: An Integration of the Biopsychosocial Model and Ecological Approaches to Behavior Change, Dawn K. Wilson and Hannah G. Lawman 41. Enhancing Adoption of Preventive Behaviors: Vaccination as an Example, Mary B. Short, Susan L. Rosenthal, Lynne Sturm, and Gregory D. Zimet 42. Pediatric Psychology and Primary Care, Terry Stancin, Ellen C. Perrin, and Lisa Ramirez V. Systems 43. An Overview of Systems in Pediatric Psychology Research and Practice, Ric G. Steele and Brandon S. Aylward 44. Families and Other Systems in Pediatric Psychology, Anne E. Kazak, Mary T. Rourke, and Neha Navsaria 45. Empirical and Theoretical Perspectives on the Peer Relationships of Children with Chronic Conditions, Jennifer Reiter-Purtill, Jennifer M. Waller, and Robert B. Noll 46 . Schools and Integration/Reintegration into Schools, George J. DuPaul, Thomas J. Power, and Edward S. Shapiro 47. Families\u2019 Interactions with the Health Care System: Implications for Pediatric Psychology, Michael Seid, Lisa Opipari-Arrigan, and Elisa J. Sobo VI. Emerging Issues 48. Genetics and Genetic Testing, Kenneth P. Tercyak 49. Translating Clinical Child Neuroscience to Practice: New Directions, Mikle South, Julie Wolf, and Lauren Herlihy 50. Allergic Reactions in Children: Implications for Pediatric Psychology, Kimberlee M. Roy, Yelena P. Wu, and Michael C. Roberts 51. Positive Psychology in Pediatric Psychology, Lamia P. Barakat, Elizabeth R. Pulgaron, and Lauren C. Daniel 52. Individual and Organizational Collaborations: A Roadmap for Effective Advocacy, F. Daniel Armstrong