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Advances in Clinical Child Psychology by William Yule (auth.), Benjamin B. Lahey, Alan E. Kazdin PDF

By William Yule (auth.), Benjamin B. Lahey, Alan E. Kazdin (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1461398088

ISBN-13: 9781461398080

ISBN-10: 146139810X

ISBN-13: 9781461398103

Advances in scientific baby Psychology is a serial e-book designed to supply researchers and clinicians with a medium for discussing new and cutting edge methods to the issues of youngsters. during this fourth quantity, a gaggle of hugely special authors have defined advanc­ ing wisdom in a couple of serious components of utilized baby psychology. those contain formative years melancholy, drug abuse, social talents deficits, community-living talents, the genetics of formative years habit issues, and affective states in youngsters. furthermore, significant statements on new ways to the evaluate of dysfunctional kinfolk platforms and the social talents of youngsters, in addition to the more and more vital methodol­ ogy of epidemiology, are incorporated during this quantity. those chapters professional­ vide a synopsis of some of the most vital advances within the box of medical baby psychology. the standard of a chain of this kind is, in fact, as a result of caliber of the contributing authors. We think very lucky certainly, accordingly, to were in a position to attract this sort of exclusive workforce of authors to con­ tribute to this quantity. we're additionally such a lot appreciative of the assistance and tips of the consulting editors who supplied us with rules for bankruptcy themes and authors and who rigorously reviewed and edited every one bankruptcy. We additionally convey our hearty because of Leonard R. velocity of Plenum whose services and aid has continually been generously given. BENJAMIN B. LAHEY ALAN E. KAZDIN ix Contents The Epidemiology of kid Psychopathology 1 William yuletide 1. advent ............................................ .

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The former two exceptions are made to allow obvious etiologies to be coded for public-health reasons. The latter two necessarily refer to etiology since the nature of the stress is included as part of the code. The main categories are briefly presented in Table 1. Each of the subcategories is fully described in the glossary (Rutter, Shaffer, & Sturge, 1975). The main thing to note at this point is the major subdivisions. " The other categories would be rarely used. Some of the categories are clearly easier to use than others.

It occurs mainly in young women. It is a serious disorder with a substantial risk of death. Fortunately, it is rare. 6 (Kendall, Hall, Hailey, & Babigian, 1973) per 100,000 population each year (Bemis, 1978). In age-specific prevalence rates at the high-risk ages 40 WILLIAM YULE of 12 to 18 years, this is compatible with the APA's estimate of 1 in 250 young women. There are indications that milder forms of the disorder are very common and that the incidence has been increasing dramatically for the last 25 years (Bruch, 1973).

We have also seen that broad agreement is pOSSible between clinicians with respect to using broad categories of disorder; so on this basis, it is possible to proceed. In this section, I will begin by presenting the results of studies carried out in the Isle of Wight which I have been associated with for over 16 years. I will then present the results of comparative studies which my colleagues and I carried out in an inner-city area. These studies are concerned with school children, so I will next present the results of more recent surveys of preschool children.

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