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Introduction to Abnormal Child and Adolescent Psychology

Vörumerki: Sage
Vörunúmer: 9781544362335
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Introduction to Abnormal Child and Adolescent Psychology

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Efnisyfirlit

  • An Invitation
  • Acknowledgments
  • About the Author
  • Part I: Evidence-Based Research and Practice
    • Chapter 1: The Science and Practice of Abnormal Child Psychology
      • 1.1 Identifying Behavior Problems in Children
        • What Do We Mean by “Abnormal?”
        • How Does DSM-5 Define Abnormality?
        • How Do Psychologists Diagnose Mental Health Problems in Children?
        • What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Diagnosing Children?
        • How Do Social–Cultural Factors Affect Our Understanding of Mental Health?
      • 1.2 The Prevalence Childhood Disorders
        • How Common Are Mental Disorders in Children?
        • What Factors Influence the Prevalence of Childhood Disorders?
        • Do Most Children With Mental Health Problems Receive Treatment?
      • 1.3 Integrating Science and Practice
        • What Is Evidence-Based Practice?
        • What Professionals Help Children and Families?
        • Why Is Ethical Treatment Important?
    • Chapter 2: The Causes of Childhood Disorders
      • 2.1 Developmental Psychopathology
        • What Is Developmental Psychopathology?
        • What Affects the Course of Development?
        • Why Do Some Children Have Better Outcomes Than Others?
      • 2.2 Biological Influences on Development
        • How Can Genes Affect Development?
        • How Do Genetic and Environmental Factors Interact?
        • How Does the Brain Change Across Development?
      • 2.3 Psychological Influences on Development
        • How Is Learning Theory Important to Understanding Childhood Disorders?
        • How Is Cognitive Development Important to Understanding Childhood Disorders?
        • How Is Emotional Development Important to Understanding Childhood Disorders?
      • 2.4 Social–Cultural Influences on Development
        • How Do Parents Influence Development?
        • How Do Peers Influence Development?
        • How Do Other Social–Cultural Factors Influence Development?
    • Chapter 3: Research Methods With Children and Families
      • 3.1 Science vs. Pseudoscience
        • How Is Scientific Thinking Different From Pseudoscience?
        • What Is the Scientific Method?
      • 3.2 Research Goals and Methods
        • How Do Psychologists Describe Behavior?
        • How Do Psychologists Predict Behavior?
        • How Do Psychologists Explain Behavior?
        • How Do Psychologists Replicate Studies?
        • What Are Quasi-Experimental Studies?
      • 3.3 Ethical Research With Children and Families
        • What Ethical Issues Are Important in Research With Children?
    • Chapter 4: Assessing and Treating Children’s Problems
      • 4.1 Psychological Assessment
        • What Is Psychological Assessment?
        • What Is a Diagnostic Interview and Mental Status Exam?
        • How Do Psychologists Conduct Behavioral Observations?
        • How Do Psychologists Assess Children’s Cognitive Functioning?
        • How Do Psychologists Assess Children’s Personality and Social–Emotional Functioning?
        • What Makes a Good Psychological Test?
      • 4.2 Systems of Psychotherapy
        • What Is Psychotherapy?
        • What Are the Major Systems of Psychotherapy?
        • What Is Culturally Adapted Treatment?
      • 4.3 The Efficacy and Effectiveness of Child Psychotherapy
        • How Does Child Psychotherapy Differ From Adult Psychotherapy?
        • Does Child Psychotherapy Work?
  • Part II: DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS AND DISABILITIES
    • Chapter 5: Intellectual Disability and Developmental Disorders
      • 5.1 Description and Epidemiology
        • What Is Intellectual Disability?
        • How Do We Describe the Severity of Children’s Intellectual Disability?
        • What Is Global Developmental Delay?
        • What Challenging Behaviors Are Associated With Intellectual Disability?
        • How Common Is Intellectual Disability?
      • 5.2 Causes
        • What Is the Difference Between Organic and Cultural–Familial Intellectual Disability?
        • How Can Chromosomal Abnormalities Cause Intellectual Disability?
        • How Can X-Linked Disorders Cause Intellectual Disability?
        • How Can Metabolic Disorders Cause Intellectual Disability?
        • How Can Maternal Illness or Environmental Toxins Cause Intellectual Disability?
        • How Can Illnesses or Injuries Cause Intellectual Disability?
        • What Causes Cultural–Familial Intellectual Disability?
      • 5.3 Identification, Prevention, and Treatment
        • How Do Professionals Screen for Developmental Disabilities?
        • Can Early Education Programs Prevent Intellectual Disability?
        • What Educational Services Are Available to School-Age Children?
        • How Can Clinicians Reduce Challenging Behavior?
        • How Can Clinicians Help Caregivers?
    • Chapter 6: Autism Spectrum Disorder
      • 6.1 Description and Epidemiology
        • What Is Autism Spectrum Disorder?
        • What Disorders Frequently Occur With Autism?
        • What Is the Prevalence of Autism?
      • 6.2 Causes
        • Is Autism Spectrum Disorder Heritable?
        • What Brain Differences Are Associated With Autism?
        • What Delays in Social Cognition Are Associated With Autism?
      • 6.3 Identification, Prevention, and Treatment
        • How Is Autism Spectrum Disorder Identified and Diagnosed?
        • How Can We Use Applied Behavior Analysis to Treat Autism?
        • How Can We Use the Developmental Social–Pragmatic Model to Treat Autism?
        • How Can We Improve the Communication Skills of Children With Autism?
        • Is Medication Effective for Children With Autism?
        • What Interventions Have Limited Scientific Support?
    • Chapter 7: Communication and Learning Disorders
      • 7.1 Communication Disorders
        • What Is Language Disorder?
        • What Is Speech Sound Disorder?
        • What Is Childhood-Onset Fluency Disorder?
        • What Is Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorder?
      • 7.2 Learning Disabilities and Specific Learning Disorder
        • What Is Specific Learning Disorder?
        • How Are Learning Disabilities Identified in Children?
        • How Common Are Learning Disabilities?
        • What Causes Reading Disabilities?
        • What Treatments Are Effective for Children With Reading Disabilities?
        • What Causes Writing Disabilities?
        • What Treatments Are Effective for Children With Writing Disabilities?
        • What Causes Math Disabilities?
        • What Treatments Are Effective for Children With Math Disabilities?
  • Part III: Disruptive Disorders and Substance Use Problems
    • Chapter 8: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
      • 8.1 Description and Epidemiology
        • What Is Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder?
        • What Problems Are Associated With ADHD?
        • How Common Is ADHD?
      • 8.2 Causes
        • Is ADHD Heritable?
        • What Brain Abnormalities Are Associated With ADHD?
        • How Do Deficits in Executive Functioning Underlie ADHD?
      • 8.3 Evidence-Based Treatment
        • What Medications Are Effective for ADHD?
        • What Psychosocial Treatments Are Effective for ADHD?
        • Which Is More Effective: Medication or Psychosocial Treatment?
    • Chapter 9: Conduct Problems in Children and Adolescents
      • 9.1 Description and Epidemiology
        • What Childhood Conduct Problems Appear in DSM-5?
        • How Can We Best Describe Children’s Conduct Problems?
        • How Common Are Conduct Problems in Boys and Girls?
        • What Disorders Are Associated With Conduct Problems?
      • 9.2 Causes
        • How Can Genetic and Neurological Factors Contribute to Conduct Problems?
        • How Can Parenting Behavior Contribute to Conduct Problems?
        • How Can Children’s Cognitions Contribute to Conduct Problems?
        • How Can Peers and Neighborhoods Contribute to Conduct Problems?
        • What Are Three Developmental Pathways Toward Conduct Problems?
      • 9.3 Evidence-Based Treatment
        • What Evidence-Based Treatments Are Available for Younger Children?
        • What Evidence-Based Treatments Are Available for Older Children and Adolescents?
        • How Can We Help Youth in the Juvenile Justice System or Foster Care?
        • Is Medication Helpful for Youths With Conduct Problems?
        • What Works, What Doesn’t, and Why?
    • Chapter 10: Substance Use Problems in Adolescents
      • 10.1 Substance Use and Substance Use Disorders
        • What Are Substance Use Disorders?
        • How Are Substance Use Disorders Different in Adolescents Than in Adults?
        • How Common Are Substance Use Problems Among Adolescents?
      • 10.2 Causes of Substance Use Problems
        • What Is the Brain’s Reward Pathway?
        • How Does Alcohol Affect the Brain and Behavior?
        • How Does Marijuana Affect the Brain and Behavior?
        • How Does Nicotine Smoking and Vaping Affect the Brain and Behavior?
        • What Developmental Pathways Lead to Substance Use Problems?
      • 10.3 Evidence-Based Treatment
        • How Can Clinicians Help Adolescents at Risk for Substance Use Problems?
        • What is Motivational Enhancement Therapy?
        • How Is Inpatient Treatment Used for Adolescents With Substance Use Problems?
        • What Outpatient Treatments Are Effective for Adolescents With Substance Use Problems?
        • What Is Relapse Prevention?
  • Part IV: EMOTION AND THOUGHT DISORDERS
    • Chapter 11: Anxiety Disorders and Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder
      • 11.1 Anxiety Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence
        • What Is the Difference Between Normal Anxiety and an Anxiety Disorder?
        • How Common Are Childhood Anxiety Disorders?
        • What Is Separation Anxiety Disorder?
        • What Is Selective Mutism?
        • What Is Specific Phobia?
        • What Is Social Anxiety Disorder?
        • What Is Panic Disorder?
        • What Is Agoraphobia?
        • What Is Generalized Anxiety Disorder?
      • 11.2 Obsessive–Compulsive and Related Disorders
        • What Is Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder?
        • What Disorders Are Related to Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder?
      • 11.3 Evidence-Based Treatment
        • How Can Behavior Therapy Be Used to Treat Phobias and Selective Mutism?
        • How Can Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy Be Used to Treat Separation Anxiety Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, and Generalized Anxiety Disorder?
        • How Can Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy Be Used to Treat Panic Disorder?
        • How Can Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy Be Used to Treat Obsessive–Compulsive and Related Disorders?
        • Is Medication Effective in Treating Childhood Anxiety Disorders?
    • Chapter 12: Trauma-Related Disorders and Child Maltreatment
      • 12.1 Social–Emotional Deprivation in Infancy
        • What Is Reactive Attachment Disorder?
        • What Causes Reactive Attachment Disorder?
        • What Is Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder?
        • What Causes Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder?
        • What Treatments Are Effective for RAD and DSED?
      • 12.2 Child Maltreatment
        • What Is Child Maltreatment?
        • How Common Is Child Maltreatment?
        • What Are the Effects of Child Maltreatment?
        • How Can We Help Children Exposed to Maltreatment?
      • 12.3 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
        • What Is Posttraumatic Stress Disorder?
        • How Do Very Young Children Show PTSD?
        • How Common Is PTSD in Children?
        • What Is the Course and Comorbidity of PTSD in Children?
        • What Predicts the Emergence of PTSD?
        • What Theories Explain the Emergence of PTSD?
        • What Evidence-Based Treatments Are Effective for Children with PTSD?
    • Chapter 13: Depression, Suicide, and Self-Injury
      • 13.1 Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder
        • What Is DMDD?
        • How Is DMDD Different From Other Childhood Disorders?
        • What Causes DMDD?
        • What Evidence-Based Treatments Are Available for Youths With DMDD?
      • 13.2 Major Depressive Disorder and Dysthymia
        • What Is Major Depressive Disorder?
        • What Is Persistent Depressive Disorder (Dysthymia)?
        • What Is the Prevalence and Course of Depression in Children?
        • What Biological Factors Contribute to Childhood Depression?
        • How Can Stressful Life Events Lead to Depression?
        • How Can Children’s Thoughts Contribute to Depression?
        • How Can Children’s Relationships Contribute to Depression?
        • How Can Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy Help Youths With Depression?
        • How Can Interpersonal Therapy Help Youths With Depression?
        • Is Treatment Effective for Youths With Depression?
        • Should Medication and Psychotherapy Be Combined to Treat Depression?
      • 13.3 Suicide and Nonsuicidal Self-Injury
        • How Common Is Suicide in Children and Adolescents?
        • What Factors Predict Suicide in Children and Adolescents?
        • What Theories Help Explain Suicide in Children and Adolescents?
        • What Is Nonsuicidal Self-Injury?
        • What Theories Help Explain Nonsuicidal Self-Injury?
        • How Do Clinicians Help Youths at Risk for Suicide and Self-Injury?
    • Chapter 14: Pediatric Bipolar Disorders and Schizophrenia
      • 14.1 Bipolar Disorders in Children and Adolescents
        • What Are Bipolar Disorders?
        • What Problems Are Associated With Pediatric Bipolar Disorders?
        • How Are Pediatric Bipolar Disorders Different From Other Childhood Disorders?
        • How Common Are Bipolar Disorders in Children and Adolescents?
        • What Causes Bipolar Disorders in Youths?
        • Is Medication Effective for Youths With Bipolar Disorders?
        • Is Psychotherapy Effective for Youths With Bipolar Disorders?
      • 14.2 Pediatric Schizophrenia
        • What Is Schizophrenia?
        • How Common Is Schizophrenia Among Children and Adolescents?
        • What Causes Schizophrenia in Children and Adolescents?
        • Can Schizophrenia Be Predicted and Prevented?
        • Is Medication Effective for Youths With Schizophrenia?
        • Is Psychotherapy Effective for Youths With Schizophrenia?
  • Part V: HEALTH-RELATED DISORDERS
    • Chapter 15: Feeding and Eating Disorders
      • 15.1 Feeding Disorders in Young Children
        • What Are Pica and Rumination Disorder?
        • What Is Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder?
        • What Treatments Are Effective for Feeding Disorders?
      • 15.2 Eating Disorders in Older Children and Adolescents
        • What Eating Disorders Can Affect Children and Adolescents?
        • What Conditions Are Associated With Eating Disorders?
        • How Common Are Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents?
        • What Causes Child/Adolescent Eating Disorders?
      • 15.3 Evidence-Based Treatment for Eating Disorders
        • What Treatments Are Effective for Youths With Anorexia Nervosa?
        • What Treatments Are Effective for Youths With Bulimia Nervosa?
        • What Treatments Are Effective for Youths With Binge Eating Disorder?
    • Chapter 16: Health-Related Disorders and Pediatric Psychology
      • 16.1 Elimination Disorders
        • What Is Enuresis?
        • What Causes Enuresis?
        • What Treatments Are Effective for Children With Enuresis?
        • What Is Encopresis?
        • What Causes Encopresis?
        • What Treatments Are Effective for Children With Encopresis?
      • 16.2 Sleep–Wake Disorders in Children
        • What Are Sleep–Wake Disorders?
        • What Is Pediatric Insomnia?
        • What Causes Insomnia in Children?
        • What Treatments Are Effective for Youths With Insomnia?
        • What Other Sleep–Wake Disorders Can Affect Children?
      • 16.3 Pediatric Psychology
        • What Is Pediatric Psychology?
        • What Is Inpatient Consultation-Liaison?
        • How Do Pediatric Psychologists Help Youths With Health Problems?
        • What Psychological Treatments Are Often Used in Medical Settings?
  • References and Suggested Reading
  • Index

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