Handbook of Clinical Psychology, Volume 2. Children and Adolescents

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  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Handbook of Clinical Psychology, Volume 2: Children and Adolescents provides comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals of clinical psychological practice for the young from assessment through treatment, including the innovations of the past decade in ethics, cross cultural psychology, psychoneuroimmunology, cognitive behavioral treatment, psychopharmacology, and pediatric psychology.
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Preface ix

Contributors xi

PART I General Issues

1 Historical Perspectives 3Thomas R. Kratochwill, Richard J. Morris, and Joseph Robinson

2 Clinical Training 39Debora J. Bell and Aaron M. Luebbe

3 Professional Practice 74Daniel B. Chorney and Tracy L. Morris

4 Ethical and Legal Issues 94David Mark Mantell

5 Professional Roles 138James H. Johnson, David M. Janicke, and Steven K. Reader

PART II Theoretical Models

6 Psychodynamic 173Sandra W. Russ

7 Family Systems 192James P. McHale and Matthew J. Sullivan

8 Applied Behavior Analysis 227Amy R. Murrell, Cicely Taravella LaBorde, Audra L. Crutchfield, and Jessica Madrigal–Bauguss

9 Cognitive–Behavioral Theory 263Stephen D. A. Hupp, David Reitman, and Jeremy D. Jewell

PART III Research Contributions

10 Statistical Considerations: Moderators and Mediators 291Barbara Jandasek, Grayson N. Holmbeck, and Brigid M. Rose

11 Single–Case Research Designs 322Kurt A. Freeman and Eric J. Mash

12 Personality in Childhood and Adolescence 351Randall T. Salekin and Courey A. Averett

13 Treatment Research 386Mark D. Rapport, Michael J.Kofler, Jennifer Bolden, and Dustin E. Sarver

PART IV Diagnosis and Evaluation

14 Assessment, Diagnosis, Nosology, and Taxonomy of Child and Adolescent Psychopathology 429Thomas M. Achenbach

15 Diagnostic Interviewing 458Amie Grills–Taquechel and Thomas H. Ollendick

16 Intellectual Assessment 480Lloyd A. Taylor, Cara B. Reeves, and Erin Jeffords

17 Pediatric Neuropsychological Evaluation 497Leslie D. Berkelhammer

18 Assessment of Psychopathology 520Stefan E. Schulenberg, Jessica T. Kaster, Carrie Nassif, and Erika K. Johnson–Jimenez

19 Behavioral Assessment 551Christopher A. Kearney, L. Caitlin Cook, Adrianna Wechsler, Courtney M. Haight, and Stephanie Stowman

PART V Treatment

20 Play Therapy 577Sue C. Bratton, Dee Ray, and Garry Landreth

21 Behavior Modification 626Raymond G. Miltenberger

22 Parent Training 653Mark W. Roberts

23 Cognitive–Behavioral Treatment 694Lisa W. Coyne, Angela M. Burke, and Jennifer B. Freeman

24 Primary Care Behavioral Pediatrics 728Patrick C. Friman

25 Peer Intervention 759Michelle S. Rivera and Douglas W. Nangle

PART VI Special Issues

26 Cultural Issues 789Laura Johnson and Christina Tucker

27 Divorce and Custody 833Shannon M. Greene, Kate Sullivan, and Edward R. Anderson

28 Child Maltreatment 856Christine Wekerle, Harriet L. MacMillan, Eman Leung, and Ellen Jamieson

29 Autism Spectrum Disorders and Related Developmental Disabilities 904Jennifer M. Gillis and Raymond G. Romanczyk

30 Parental Psychopathology and Its Relation to Child Psychopathology 937Sherryl H. Goodman and Sarah R. Brand

31 Problems in Infancy 966Tiffany Field

32 Psychopharmacology as Practiced by Psychologists 1012Alan Poling, Kristal Ehrhardt, and Matthew Porritt

Author Index 1039

Subject Index 1081

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