Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Development and Syndromes Infancy and Preschoolers. Volume 1. Wiley Series in Child Mental Health

  • ID: 2215700
  • Book
  • 624 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Everything clinicians and health care workers need to known about child and adolescent psychiatry. This book provides the most up–to–date, comprehensive coverage of all we know about child and adolescent psychiatry. Volumes 1, 2 and 3 explore the developmental stages and syndromes of infancy and preschool, grade school, and adolescence. Each of these volumes addresses the normal development during each period, the theoretical and clinical perspectives of the period, and the clinical syndromes most commonly associated with it. Volume 4 explores the varieties of development and the impact of psychosocial, medical, and foreign cultural factors on development on all three stage groups.
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Partial table of contents:

NORMAL DEVELOPMENT IN INFANCY AND EARLY CHILDHOOD.

The First Year of Life (A. Lieberman & A. Slade).

Normal Language Development: The First Year (R. Paul).

Cognitive Development in the Second Year of Life (H. Ruff).

THEORETICAL AND CLINICAL PERSPECTIVES IN INFANCY AND EARLY CHILDHOOD.

Paradox and Resolution: From the Beginning (L. Sander).

Understanding the Social Context of Early Psychopathology (A. Sameroff).

Attachment Theory (J. Cassidy).

CLINICAL SYNDROMES OF INFANCY AND EARLY CHILDHOOD.

Feeding Disorders of Infants and Toddlers (I. Chatoor).

The Child with Mental Retardation (R. Hodapp & C. Kasari).

Sleep Disorders in Infants and Young Children (K. Minde).

Indexes.
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Stanley Greenspan
Serena Wieder
Joy D. Osofsky
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