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Developmental Psychopathology. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 5345760
  • Book
  • July 2021
  • 480 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

The mainstream upper-level undergraduate textbook designed for first courses in Developmental Psychopathology 

Developmental Psychopathology provides a comprehensive introduction to the evolving scientific discipline that focuses on the interactions between the biological, psychological, behavioral, and social contextual aspects of normal and abnormal human development. Designed for advanced undergraduates and early graduate students with no previous engagement with the subject, this well-balanced textbook integrates clinical knowledge and scientific practice to help students understand both how and why mental health problems emerge across the lifespan. 

Organized into four parts, the text first provides students with essential background information on traditional approaches to psychopathology, developmental psychopathology (DP), normal development, and insecure attachment. The next section addresses attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and other problems emerging in childhood. Part III covers problems that arise in adolescence and young adulthood, such as depression, suicide, eating disorders, and schizophrenia. The text concludes with a discussion of special topics such as the relation between pathopsychological issues and divorce, separation, and loss. Each chapter includes a visual demonstration of the DP approach, a clinical case, further readings, and discussion questions. Developmental Psychopathology: 

  • Presents a coherent organization of material that illustrates the DP principle of cutting across multiple levels of analysis 
  • Covers common psychopathological problems including antisocial behavior, substance use disorders, fear and anxiety, and emerging personality disorders 
  • Features integrative DP models based on the most recent research in psychopathological disorders 
  • Provides instructors with a consistent pedagogical framework for teaching upper-level students encountering the discipline for the first time 

Developmental Psychopathology is the perfect textbook for advanced undergraduate or graduate courses in Child Psychopathology, Abnormal Child Psychology, Clinical Psychology, and Family Dynamics and Psychopathology. 

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Table of Contents 

Part 1: Background 

Chapter 1- Traditional Approaches to Psychopathology
Chapter 2- Developmental Psychopathology 
Chapter 3- Normal Development 
Chapter 4- Insecure Attachment

Part II: Problems Emerging in Childhood 

Chapter 5- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder 
Chapter 6- Autism Spectrum Disorder 
Chapter 7- Emergence of Antisocial Behavior in Middle Childhood
Chapter 8- Fear and Anxiety

Part III: Problems Emerging in Adolescence and Young Adulthood

Chapter 9- Depresson and Suicide 
Chapter 10- Eating Disorders
Chapter 11- Substance Use Disorders
Chapter 12- Schizophrenia 
Chapter 13- Emerging Personality Disorder

Part IV: Special Topics & Future Directions 

Chapter 14- Maltreatment 
Chapter 15- Divorce, Separation, and Loss
Chapter 16- Quo Vadis 
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Amanda Venta
Carla Sharp University College London, UK.

Peter Fonagy
Jack M. Fletcher
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