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The thoroughly updated Third Edition of Zuckerman and Parker's Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics provides practical guidance on diagnosing and treating children with developmental and behavioral problems in the primary care setting. Written in outline format, this popular handbook enables readers to easily find the information they need to make diagnostic and management decisions. Recommended readings for both physicians and parents are included. Coverage ranges from everyday problems such as biting and social avoidance to serious and complex psychiatric disorders such as anorexia and depression. This edition includes new chapters on dealing with difficult child behavior in the office; alternative therapy for autism spectrum disorders; treatment of autism spectrum disorders; oppositional defiant disorder; bilingualism; health literacy; incarcerated parents; and military parents. A companion website includes the fully searchable text.
Table of Contents
Talking with Parents Talking with Children Teachable Moments in Primary Care Touchpoints of Anticipatory Guidance in the First Three Years Difficult Encounters with Parents Helping Families Deal with Bad News Promoting Early Literacy Family Systems Dealing with Difficult Child Behavior in the Office Promoting Parental Self Understanding Behavioral Screening Developmental Screening Screening for Social & Emotional Delays in Early Childhood Behavioral Management: Theory & Practice Coping with Stressful Transitions Managing Behavior Pain Early Child Development in Low & Middle Income Countries Self Regulation Therapy Psychopharmacology Abdominal Pain Anorexia Nervosa & Bulimia Anxiety Disorders Asperger's Syndrome Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Autistic Spectrum Disorders ASD Alternative Therapy ASD Treatment Bad News in the Media Bipolar Disorder in Children Biting Others Breath Holding Bullying Cerebral Palsy The Child with Dysmorphism Chronic Illness Colic Depression Down Syndrome Encopresis Enuresis Failure to Thrive Fears Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Fragile X Syndrome Gay, Lesbian & Bisexual Youth Gender Identity Disorders The Gifted Child Headaches Hearing Loss Intellectual Disability: Behavioral Problems Intellectual Disability: Diagnostic Evaluation Language Delays Lying, Cheating & Stealing Masturbation Motor Delays Neglect Nightmares & Night Terrors Oppositional Behavior Oppositional Defiant Disorder Overweight Physical Abuse The Picky Eater Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Children Prematurity: Primary Care Follow-up School Avoidance School Failure School Readiness Selective Mutism Self-Esteem & Resilience Sensory Integration Disorder Sex and the Adolescent Sexual Abuse Shyness Sleep Problems Speech-Sound Disorders Stuttering Substance Abuse in Adolescence Suicide Temper Tantrums Temperamentally Difficult Thumb Sucking Tics & Tourette's Syndrome Toilet Training Unpopular Children Violent Youth Visual Impairment Witness to Violence Adoption Bereavement & Loss Bilingualism Child Care Cultural Competence Death in a Child Divorce Foster Care Health Literacy Incarcerated Parents Lesbian & Gay Parents Media Military Parents Screening for Maternal Mental Health Problems Sibling Rivalry Single Parents Stepfamilies Twins Vulnerable Children Appendices PSC ELMS Temperament Scale