Developmental Psychopathology Volume 3 - Risk, Disorder, and Adaptation 2nd Edition

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    It has been over a decade since the first two volumes of Developmental Psychopathology were published. These volumes were extremely well received: They have been highly cited in the literature and they have served as a valuable resource for researchers and practitioners alike. The expansion of the second edition of Developmental Psychopathology from two to three volumes speaks to the continued growth of the field, as well as to the ascendance of theory and research in the area of neuroscience informed by a developmental perspective. There can be no doubt that the discipline of developmental psychopathology has grown significantly in a relatively short period of time. The more than 30 years that have elapsed since the initiation of the Schizophrenia high-risk projects (Garmezy & Streitman, 1974) have been marked by significant contributions to the field. Noteworthy among these are the publication of Achenbach’s (1974) first text, Rutter and Garmezy’s (1983) chapter in the Handbook of Child Psychology, and the continued growth of the journal Development and Psychopathology, including the Millennium Special Issue entitled Ref lecting on the Past and Planning for the Future of Developmental Psychopathology (Cicchetti & Sroufe, 2000).
    • Publisher : Wiley; 2nd edition (February 3, 2006)
    • Language : English
    • Hardcover : 960 pages
    • ISBN-10 : 0471237388
    • ISBN-13 : 978-0471237389
    • Item Weight : 0.071 ounces
    • Dimensions : 8.55 x 1.9 x 11.3 inches
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