Internalizing and Externalizing Expressions of Dysfunction: Volume 2
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Internalizing and Externalizing Expressions of Dysfunction: Volume 2

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The contributors to this volume apply a developmental focus to their examination of one of the most widely agreed upon classifications of behavior disorders in child psychopathology -- internalizing and externalizing expressions of dysfunction. The research reported spans a wide range from infancy through young adulthood and from normalcy through severe psychopathology. These current investigations demonstrate that the implications of utilizing the developmental approach for the evolution of theory, research, and intervention are vast.show more

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  • Paperback | 320 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 17.02mm | 589g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138992607
  • 9781138992603

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Contents:D. Cicchetti, S.L. Toth, A Developmental Perspective on Internalizing and Externalizing Disorders. M.T. Greenberg, C.A. Kusche, M. Speltz, Emotional Regulation, Self-Control, and Psychopathology: The Role of Relationships in Early Childhood. S.B. Campbell, Longitudinal Studies of Active and Aggressive Preschoolers: Individual Differences in Early Behavior and in Outcome. K.H. Rubin, S. Hymel, R.S.L. Mills, L. Rose-Krasnor, Conceptualizing Different Developmental Pathways To and From Social Isolation in Childhood. R.J. Davidson, Cerebral Asymmetry and Affective Disorders: A Developmental Perspective. R. Plomin, R. Rende, M. Rutter, Quantitative Genetics and Developmental Psychopathology. C.Z. Malatesta-Magai, Emotional Socialization: Its Role in Personality and Developmental Psychopathology. J. Garber, N.L. Quiggle, W. Panak, K.A. Dodge, Aggression and Depression in Children: Comorbidity, Specificity, and Social Cognitive Processing. G. Sackett, P. Gould, What Can Primate Models of Human Developmental Psychopathology Model?show more

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