Developmental Psychopathology is a four–volume compendium of the most complete and current research on every aspect of the field. Volume Four: Genes and Environment focuses on the interplay between nature and nurture throughout the life stages, and the ways in which a child′s environment can influence his or her physical and mental health as an adult. The discussion explores relationships with family, friends, and the community; environmental factors like poverty, violence, and social support; the development of coping mechanisms, and more, including the impact of these factors on physical brain development. This new third edition has been fully updated to incorporate the latest advances, and to better reflect the increasingly multilevel and interdisciplinary nature of the field and the growing importance of translational research. The relevance of classification in a developmental context is also addressed, including DSM–5 criteria and definitions.
Advances in developmental psychopathology are occurring increasingly quickly as expanding theoretical and empirical work brings about dramatic gains in the multiple domains of child and adult development. This book brings you up to date on the latest developments surrounding genetics and environmental influence, including their intersection in experience–dependent brain development.
- Understand the impact of childhood adversity on adulthood health
- Gauge the effects of violence, poverty, interparental conflict, and more
- Learn how peer, family, and community relationships drive development
- Examine developments in prevention science and future research priorities
Developmental psychopathology is necessarily interdisciplinary, as development arises from a dynamic interplay between psychological, genetic, social, cognitive, emotional, and cultural factors. Developmental Psychopathology Volume Four: Genes and Environment brings this diverse research together to give you a cohesive picture of the state of knowledge in the field.
Preface to Developmental Psychopathology, Third Edition ixDante Cicchetti
1 CHILDHOOD ADVERSITY AND ADULT PHYSICAL HEALTH 1Katherine B. Ehrlich, Gregory E. Miller, and Edith Chen
2 COMMUNITY VIOLENCE EXPOSURE AND DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 43Patrick H. Tolan
3 SOCIAL SUPPORT AND DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 86Ross A. Thompson and Rebecca Goodvin
4 POVERTY AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 136Martha E. Wadsworth, Gary W. Evans, Kathryn Grant, Jocelyn S. Carter, and Sophia Duffy
5 DETERMINANTS OF PARENTING 180Marc H. Bornstein
6 RESILIENCE IN DEVELOPMENT: PROGRESS AND TRANSFORMATION 271Ann S. Masten and Dante Cicchetti
7 VULNERABILITY AND RESILIENCY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN YOUTH: REVELATIONS AND CHALLENGES TO THEORY AND RESEARCH 334Margaret Beale Spencer and Dena Phillips Swanson
8 SOCIAL INEQUALITIES AND THE ROAD TO ALLOSTATIC LOAD: FROM VULNERABILITY TO RESILIENCE 381Robert–Paul Juster, Teresa Seeman, Bruce S. McEwen, Martin Picard, Ian Mahar, Naguib Mechawar, ShireenSindi, Nathan Grant Smith, Juliana Souza–Talarico, Zoltan Sarnyai, Dave Lanoix, Pierrich Plusquellec, Isabelle Ouellet–Morin, and Sonia J. Lupien
9 COMPETENCE AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY IN DEVELOPMENT 435Keith B. Burt, J. Douglas Coatsworth, and Ann S. Masten
10 THE DEVELOPMENT OF COPING: IMPLICATIONS FOR PSYCHOPATHOLOGY AND RESILIENCE 485Melanie J. Zimmer–Gembeck and Ellen A. Skinner
11 TEMPERAMENT AND DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 546Cynthia Stifter and Jessica Dollar
12 INTERPARENTAL CONFLICT AND CHILD ADJUSTMENT 608Ernest N. Jouriles, Renee McDonald, and Chrystyna D. Kouros
13 RELATIONAL AGGRESSION: A DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY PERSPECTIVE 660Dianna Murray–Close, David A. Nelson, Jamie M. Ostrov, Juan F. Casas, and Nicki R. Crick
14 CULTURE, PEER RELATIONSHIPS, AND DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 723Xinyin Chen and Cindy H. Liu
15 CLASSROOM PROCESSES AND TEACHER STUDENT INTERACTION: INTEGRATIONS WITH A DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY PERSPECTIVE 770Robert C. Pianta
16 ADVANCES IN PREVENTION SCIENCE: A DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY PERSPECTIVE 815Sheree L. Toth, Christie L. M. Petrenko, Julie A. Gravener–Davis, and Elizabeth D. Handley
17 CULTURALLY ADAPTED PREVENTIVE INTERVENTIONS FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS 874Nancy A. Gonzales, Anna S. Lau, Velma M. Murry, Armando A. Pina, and Manuel Barrera, Jr.
18 THE EFFECTS OF EARLY PSYCHOSOCIAL DEPRIVATION ON BRAIN AND BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT: FINDINGS FROM THE BUCHAREST EARLY INTERVENTION PROJECT 934Charles A. Nelson, Nathan A. Fox, and Charles H. Zeanah
19 PREVENTING SENSITIZATION AND KINDLING–LIKE PROGRESSION IN THE RECURRENT MOOD DISORDERS 971Robert M. Post
20 MENTAL HEALTH STIGMA: THEORY, DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUES, AND RESEARCH PRIORITIES 997Andres G. Martinez and Stephen P. Hinshaw
Author Index 1041
Subject Index 1109