Disorders of Childhood : Development and Psychopathology (3TH)

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Disorders of Childhood : Development and Psychopathology (3TH)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 396 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781337098113
  • DDC分類 618.928905

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To provide you with a meaningful framework for learning and understanding, this text is written with the whole child in mind and presents disorders in the context of typical development and developmental pathways. Multiple themes recur throughout the text: the continuity between typical and atypical development; risk and resilience; complex models of psychopathology; children in relationships over time; children in larger social contexts (ethnic backgrounds, neighborhoods, cultures); and the holistic nature of development (thinking about the whole child and his or her abilities and strengths as well as his or her disorder or areas of struggle). This developmental psychopathology approach, which reflects the most up-to-date understanding of child and adolescent psychopathology, will teach you to think about disorders in terms of the individual children who are coping with distress and dysfunction.

Table of Contents

About the Authors                                  xiii
Preface xv
Acknowledgments xix
Chapter 1 Introduction 1 (11)
Defining Disorders of Infancy, Childhood, and 2 (1)
Adolescence
What Is Normal? 3 (1)
Statistical Deviance 3 (1)
Sociocultural Norms 3 (1)
Mental Health Perspectives 4 (1)
The Role of Values 4 (3)
Box 1:1 The Child In Context: The 4 (1)
Irreducible Needs of Children
Poor Adaptation 4 (1)
The Case of Dylan
Adequate Adaptation 5 (1)
The Case of Antoine
Optimal Adaptation 5 (1)
The Case of Jenna
The Impact of Values on Definitions of 6 (1)
Disorder
Definitions of Psychopathology and 7 (2)
Developmental Psychopathology
Rates of Disorders in Infancy, Childhood, 7 (1)
and Adolescence
Allocation of Resources, Availability, and 7 (2)
Accessibility of Care
The Globalization of Children's Mental Health 9 (1)
The Stigma of Mental Illness 9 (3)
Box 1:2 The Child In Context: The Stigma 10 (2)
of Mental Illness
Chapter 2 Models of Child Development, 12 (20)
Psychopathology, and Treatment
The Case of Max
The Case of Anna
The Role of Theory in Developmental 13 (1)
Psychopathology
Dimensional and Categorical Models 13 (1)
Physiological Models 14 (8)
Historical and Current Conceptualizations 14 (7)
Box 2:1 Emerging Science: Behavior 20 (1)
Genetics, Epigenetics, and Developmental
Psychopathology
Thinking about Max 21 (1)
Thinking about Anna 22 (1)
Psychodynamic Models 22 (1)
Historical and Current Conceptualizations 22 (1)
Thinking about Max 22 (1)
Thinking about Anna 23 (1)
Behavioral and Cognitive Models 23 (1)
Historical and Current Conceptualizations 23 (1)
Thinking about Max 24 (1)
Thinking about Anna 24 (1)
Humanistic Models 24 (1)
Historical and Current Conceptualizations 24 (1)
Thinking about Max 25 (1)
Thinking about Anna 25 (1)
Family Models 25 (2)
Historical and Current Conceptualizations 25 (2)
Thinking about Max 27 (1)
Thinking about Anna 27 (1)
Sociocultural Models 27 (5)
Historical and Current Conceptualizations 27 (3)
Thinking about Max 30 (1)
Thinking about Anna 30 (2)
Chapter 3 Principles and Practices of 32 (16)
Developmental Psychopathology
The Framework of Developmental Psychopathology 32 (2)
Developmental Pathways, Stability, and Change 34 (2)
Competence and Incompetence 36 (2)
The Case of Carlos
The Case of Jasmine
Risk and Resilience 38 (1)
Risk and Risk Factors 38 (10)
Resilience and Protective Factors 40 (4)
Box 3:1 Risk And Resilience: "Ordinary 41 (3)
Magic"
Research Strategies in Developmental 44 (4)
Psychopathology
Box 3:2 Risk And Resilience: The Great 45 (3)
Smoky Mountains Study
Chapter 4 Classification, Assessment and 48 (18)
Diagnosis, and Intervention
Classification 48 (6)
Categorical Classification 49 (1)
Dimensional Classification 50 (1)
Developmental Contributions to 51 (2)
Classification Systems
Box 4:1 Emerging Science: Research Domain 52 (1)
Criteria
Two Classification Concerns: Heterogeneity 53 (1)
and Comorbidity
Current Views on Classification 54 (1)
Assessment and Diagnosis 54 (6)
Definitions of Assessment and Diagnosis 54 (1)
Methods and Processes of Assessment 55 (5)
The Case of Eden
The Case of David
The Case of Rohan
Box 4:2 The Child In Context: Agreement 56 (4)
and Disagreement between Parents and
Children
Intervention 60 (6)
The Efficacy of Psychotherapy for Children 61 (1)
and Adolescents
Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary 62 (1)
Interventions
Working with Children 62 (1)
Working with Parents and Families 62 (1)
Working with Schools and Communities 63 (3)
Chapter 5 Disorders of Early Childhood 66 (20)
Developmental Tasks and Challenges Related to 67 (7)
Physiological Functioning, Temperament, and
Attachment
Physiological Functioning 67 (1)
Temperament 67 (4)
Box 5:1 Emerging Science: Differential 70 (1)
Sensitivity: Interactions among Genes,
Temperament, and Parenting
Attachment 71 (2)
Temperament, Attachment, and Psychopathology 73 (1)
Disorders of Early Development 74 (1)
Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder 74 (2)
The Case of Jalen
The Case of Grace
Developmental Course 75 (1)
Etiology 75 (1)
Assessment and Diagnosis 76 (1)
Intervention 76 (1)
Sleep-Wake Disorders 76 (2)
The Case of Maddie Developmental Course 77 (1)
Etiology 77 (1)
Assessment and Diagnosis 78 (1)
Intervention 78 (1)
Disorders of Attachment 78 (8)
The Case of Andreas
The Case of Lily
Developmental Course 80 (2)
Box 5:2 Risk And Resilience: Children in 81 (1)
Romanian Orphanages: Risks,
Interventions, and Outcomes
Etiology 82 (1)
Assessment and Diagnosis 82 (1)
Intervention 83 (1)
Prevention 83 (1)
Child Treatment 83 (1)
Infant-Parent Psychotherapy 84 (2)
Chapter 6 Intellectual Developmental Disorder 86 (21)
and Learning Disorders
Developmental Tasks and Challenges Related to 87 (3)
Intelligence and Cognition
Components and Mechanisms of Intelligence 87 (1)
Cognitive and Intellectual Functioning 88 (1)
across Development
Genes, the Brain, and the Environment 88 (2)
Intellectual Developmental Disorder 90 (5)
Box 6:1 The Child In Context: Changing 91 (1)
Names, Changing Stigma?
The Case of Katherine
Zigler's Developmental Approach to 92 (1)
Intellectual Developmental Disorder
Genotypes and Behavioral Phenotypes 93 (2)
Etiology 95 (1)
Developmental Course 96 (3)
Intelligence, Language, and Communication 96 (1)
Box 6:2 The Child In Context: Teachers' 97 (1)
Attitudes toward Inclusion
Social, Emotional, and Personality 97 (1)
Development
Maladaptive Behavior and Comorbid Disorders 98 (1)
Adult Outcomes 98 (1)
The Role of the Family 99 (1)
Assessment and Diagnosis 99 (1)
Background Information 99 (1)
Assessment of Intellectual Functioning 100 (1)
Assessment of Adaptive Functioning 100 (1)
Intervention 100 (2)
Box 6:3 Emerging Science: Ethical Issues 101 (1)
in Prenatal Genetic Counseling
Genetic Screening and Prevention Strategies 101 (1)
Pharmacological Treatment 102 (1)
Psychological Treatment 102 (1)
Family Education and Support 102 (1)
Learning Disorders 102 (2)
The Case of Ethan
Developmental Course 104 (1)
Etiology 105 (1)
Assessment, Diagnosis, and Intervention 106 (1)
Chapter 7 Autism Spectrum Disorder 107 (22)
The Case of Noah
The Case of Matthew
Historical and Current Conceptualizations of 108 (1)
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Developmental Tasks and Challenges Related to 109 (1)
the Coordination of Social, Emotional, and
Cognitive Domains
Social Cognition 109 (1)
Theory of Mind 109 (1)
Affective Social Competence 110 (1)
Autism Spectrum Disorder 110 (6)
Social and Communication Deficits 111 (3)
Box 7:1 Emerging Science: Eyes, Faces, 112 (2)
and Social Engagement Processes
Repetitive Behaviors and Fixated Interests 114 (2)
Box 7:2 Clinical Perspectives: Splinter 115 (1)
Skills and Savant Talents
Prevalence and Related Information 116 (1)
Developmental Course 116 (3)
Infancy and Childhood 116 (2)
Adolescent and Adult Outcomes 118 (1)
The Role of the Family 119 (1)
Etiology 119 (4)
Early Hypotheses 119 (1)
Genes and Heredity 120 (1)
Physiological Factors 121 (1)
Child and Environmental Factors 122 (1)
Assessment and Diagnosis 123 (1)
Parent Interviews 124 (1)
Checklists, Rating Scales, and Observations 124 (1)
Differential Diagnosis and Comorbid 124 (1)
Disorders
Intervention 124 (5)
Prevention Efforts 125 (1)
Pharmacological Treatment 125 (1)
Psychological Treatment 125 (1)
School-Based Programs 126 (1)
Long-Term Treatment 127 (12)
Box 7:3 Clinical Perspectives: The TEACCH 127 (2)
Model of Intervention
Chapter 8 Maltreatment and Trauma- and 129 (22)
Stressor-Related Disorders
Developmental Tasks and Challenges Related to 129 (4)
Stress and Coping
Maltreatment 133 (2)
The Case of Wyatt
Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders 135 (4)
The Case of Simone
Developmental Course 139 (6)
Maltreatment 139 (5)
Box 8:1 Clinical Perspectives: 140 (2)
Developmental Trauma Disorder
Box 8:2 Emerging Science: Maltreatment 142 (2)
and Mood Disorders
The Case of Deion
Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders 144 (1)
Etiology 145 (2)
Maltreatment 145 (1)
Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders 146 (1)
Assessment and Diagnosis 147 (1)
Intervention 148 (3)
Treatment 148 (1)
Prevention 149 (2)
Chapter 9 Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity 151 (19)
Disorder
Developmental Tasks and Challenges Related to 152 (2)
Self-Regulation, Effortful Control, and
Executive Function
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder 154 (4)
The Case of Christopher
The Case of Tamara Core
Characteristics 156 (1)
Associated Difficulties and Domains of 156 (1)
Impairment
Gender, Ethnicity, and Age 157 (1)
Comorbid Disorders 158 (1)
Developmental Course 158 (2)
Early Childhood Precursors 159 (1)
Child, Adolescent, and Family Outcomes 159 (1)
Adult Outcomes 160 (1)
Etiology 160 (3)
Genes and Heredity 160 (1)
Physiological Factors 160 (1)
Psychological Factors 161 (1)
Family and Environmental Factors 162 (1)
Assessment and Diagnosis 163 (1)
Diagnostic Interviews 163 (1)
Rating Scales and Observations 164 (1)
Differential Diagnosis 164 (1)
Intervention 164 (6)
Box 9:1 Clinical Perspectives: The MTA 165 (1)
Cooperative Group Study
Pharmacological Treatment 166 (2)
Box 9:2 Clinical Perspectives: Medication 167 (1)
and Children
Psychosocial Treatment 168 (1)
School Interventions 168 (1)
Interventions with Adults 168 (1)
Future Trends 168 (2)
Chapter 10 Oppositional Defiant Disorder and 170 (24)
Conduct Disorder
Box 10:1 The Child In Context: Historical 171 (1)
Perspectives on Bad Behavior
Developmental Tasks and Challenges Related to 171 (5)
Prosocial Behavior
A Developmental Perspective on Bullying 174 (2)
Oppositional Defiant Disorder 176 (2)
The Case of Brynn
The Case of Liam
Conduct Disorder 178 (2)
The Case of Kyle
The Case of Elena
Developmental Course 180 (3)
Oppositional Defiant Disorder 180 (2)
Conduct Disorder 182 (1)
Developmental Cascade Models 182 (1)
Etiology 183 (4)
Genes and Heredity 183 (1)
Physiological Factors 184 (1)
Child Factors 184 (1)
Parent and Family Factors 185 (1)
Peer Factors 186 (1)
Sociocultural Factors 187 (1)
Assessment and Diagnosis 187 (1)
Intervention 188 (6)
Child Treatments 188 (2)
Box 10:2 Clinical Perspectives: The Early 189 (1)
Risers Program
Parent Treatments 190 (1)
Comprehensive, Peer, School, and 190 (1)
Residential Programs
Prevention 191 (3)
Chapter 11 Anxiety Disorders, 194 (21)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and Somatic
Symptom Disorders
Developmental Tasks and Challenges Related to 194 (2)
Fears, Worries, and Emotion Regulation
Anxiety Disorders 196 (6)
The Case of Sophie: Separation Anxiety
Disorder
The Case of Jack: Phobic Disorder
The Case of Aisha: Social Phobia
The Case of Chloe: Generalized Anxiety
Disorder
The Case of Hannah: Panic Disorder
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 202 (1)
The Case of Danny
Somatic Symptom Disorders 203 (1)
The Case of Isabella
Developmental Course 204 (1)
Continuity and Course of Anxiety Disorders 204 (1)
Continuity and Course of Obsessive- 205 (1)
Compulsive Disorder
Continuity and Course of Somatic Symptom 205 (1)
Disorders
Etiology 205 (4)
Genes and Heredity 206 (1)
Physiological Factors 206 (1)
Child Factors 207 (2)
Parent Factors 209 (1)
Social and Environmental Factors 209 (1)
Assessment and Diagnosis 209 (1)
Intervention 210 (5)
Psychological Treatment 210 (3)
Pharmacological Treatment 213 (2)
Chapter 12 Depressive Disorders, Bipolar 215 (26)
Disorders, and Suicidality
Developmental Tasks and Challenges Related to 215 (2)
the Construction of Self and Identity
Depressive Disorders 217 (7)
The Case of Rebecca
The Case of Sam
The Case of Zoey
Box 12:1 Risk And Resilience: Gender 223 (1)
Differences in Depression in Adolescence
The Case of Marcus
Bipolar Disorders 224 (1)
Developmental Course 225 (2)
Continuity of Depressive Disorders 225 (1)
Comorbidity across Time 226 (1)
Continuity of Bipolar Disorders 227 (1)
Etiology 227 (7)
Depressive Disorders 227 (6)
Bipolar Disorders 233 (1)
Assessment and Diagnosis 234 (1)
Assessment and Diagnosis in Children 234 (1)
Assessment and Diagnosis in Adolescents 234 (1)
Intervention 235 (1)
Pharmacological Treatment 235 (1)
Child Treatment 235 (1)
Family Treatment 236 (1)
Prevention Efforts 236 (1)
Suicidality 236 (5)
Box 12:2 Clinical Perspectives: Self-Harm 238 (3)
in Adolescence
Chapter 13 Eating Disorders 241 (13)
Developmental Tasks and Challenges Related to 241 (2)
Eating and Appearance
Eating Disorders 243 (4)
The Case of Elizabeth
The Case of Kayla
Developmental Course 247 (1)
Etiology 247 (3)
Genes and Heredity 248 (1)
Physiological Factors 248 (1)
Child Factors 249 (1)
Parent and Family Factors 249 (1)
Environmental Factors 250 (1)
Assessment and Diagnosis 250 (1)
Intervention 250 (4)
Prevention 250 (1)
Treatment 251 (3)
Chapter 14 Substance-Related Disorders and 254 (19)
Transition to Adult Disorders
Developmental Tasks and Challenges Related to 255 (1)
Brain Development and Self-Regulation
Substance-Related Disorders 256 (4)
The Case of James
The Case of Lara
Developmental Course 260 (2)
The Gateway Hypothesis, Common Liability to 261 (1)
Addiction Model, and Developmental Cascade
Models
Etiology 262 (3)
Genes and Heredity 262 (1)
Physiological Factors 263 (1)
Child Factors 264 (1)
Parent and Family Factors 264 (1)
Peers and Sociocultural Factors 265 (1)
Assessment and Diagnosis 265 (1)
Intervention 265 (4)
Prevention 265 (1)
Treatment 266 (3)
Box 14:1 Emerging Science: The Transition 268 (1)
to Psychosis
Psychotic Disorders in Adolescence and Young 269 (3)
Adulthood
The Case of Luke
Personality Disorders in Adolescence and 272 (1)
Young Adulthood
Closing Comments 273 (2)
Glossary 275 (8)
References 283 (75)
Name Index 358 (28)
Subject Index 386