Risk and Protective Factors in the Development of Psychopathology
This important volume presents a definitive review of the origins and implications of developmental psychopathology and what has been learned about the phenomenon of psychosocial resilience in diverse populations at risk. Chapters by distinguished investigators in clinical psychology, psychiatry, and child development, many of whose work led to the new developmental model of psychopathology, provide a unique review of research on vulnerability and resistance to disorder spanning from infancy to adulthood. The volume is a tribute to Professor Norman Garmezy, a pioneer in developmental psychopathology and a renowned researcher of resilience in children at risk. Highlighted throughout the volume is Professor Garmezy's theme that it is as important to understand successful outcomes as it is to study pathology in the search for better treatments and the prevention of developmental behavioural problems.
- Electronic book text
- 11 May 2012
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
- 12 b/w illus. 53 tables
Table of contents
List of contributors; Preface; Part I. Introduction: Historical and Theoretical Roots of Developmental Psychopathology: 1. A historical perspective on the discipline of developmental psychopathology Dante Cicchetti; 2. What is 'developmental' about developmental psychopathology? Thomas M. Achenbach; Part II. Contributions of the High-Risk Child Paradigm: Continuities and Changes in Adaptation During Development: 3. Early contributors to developmental risk Arnold J. Sameroff and Ronald Seifer; 4. Beyond diathesis: toward an understanding of high-risk environments John Richters and Sheldon Weintraub; 5. Hard growing: children who survive Marian Radke-Yarrow and Tracy Sherman; 6. Children born at medical risk: factors affecting vulnerability and resilience Margaret O'Dougherty and Francis S. Wright; 7. A mediational model for boys' depressed mood Gerald R. Patterson and Deborah M. Capaldi; 8. A temperamental disposition to the state of uncertainty Jerome Kagan, Jane L. Gibbons, Maureen O. Johnson, J. Steven Reznick and Nancy Snidman; Part III. Competence Under Adversity: Individual and Family Differences in Resilience: 9. Psychosocial resilience and protective mechanisms Michael Rutter; 10. Maternal stress and children's development: prediction of school outcomes and identification of protective factors Robert C. Pianta, Byron Egeland and L. Alan Sroufe; 11. Competence under stress: risk and protective factors Ann S. Masten, Patricia Morison, David Pellegrini and Auke Tellegen; 12. Stress-resistant families and stress-resistant children Alfred L. Baldwin, Clara Baldwin and Robert E. Cole; 13. Children's adjustments to parental divorce: self-image, social relations and school performance Norman F. Watt, Olivia Moorehead-Slaughter, Debra M. Japzon and Gloria G. Keller; Part IV. The Challenge of Adolescence for Developmental Psychopathology: 14. The development of psychopathology in adolescence Aaron T. Ebata, Anne C. Petersen and John J. Conger; 15. Depressive symptoms in late adolescence: a longitudinal perspective on personality antecedents Jack Block and Per F. Gjerde; 16. Vulnerability and resilience in the age of eating disorders: risk and protective factors for bulimia nervosa Judith Rodin, Ruth H. Striegel-Moore and Lisa R. Silberstein; 17. Protected or vulnerable: the challenges of AIDS to developmental psychopathology Jon Rolf and Jeannette Johnson; Part V. Factors in the Development of Schizophrenia and Other Severe Psychopathology in Late Adolescence and Adulthood: 18. Family relations as risk factors for the onset and course of schizophrenia Michael J. Goldstein; 19. Long-range schizophrenia forecasting: many a slip twixt cup and lip Daniel R. Hanson, Irving I. Gottesman and Leonard L. Heston; 20. Vulnerability factors in children at risk: anomalies in attentional functioning and social behaviour Keith H. Nuechterlein, Susan Phipps-Yonas, Regina Driscoll and Norman Garmezy; 21. Schizophrenia: a new model of its transmission and its variations Philip S. Holzman; 22. Premorbid competence and the courses and outcomes of psychiatric disorders Marion Glick and Edward Zigler; 23. Relationships between adult development and the course of mental disorder John S. Strauss and Courtenay M. Harding; A closing note: reflections on the future Norman Garmezy; Author index; Subject index.
'I can think of no single other volume that presents as many critical theorists or as much research on this topic. For this reason alone, it would be a significant contribution to the growing interest in the topic of developmental psychopathology and is, therefore, recommended to the interested reader ... given its scope and importance, the volume makes a valuable contribution to our growing understanding.' American Scientist