Risk and Protective Factors in the Development of Psychopathology

Risk and Protective Factors in the Development of Psychopathology
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List of contributors; Preface; Part I. Introduction: Historical and Theoretical Roots of Developmental Psychopathology: 1. A historical perspective on the discipline of developmental psychopathology Dante Cicchetti; 2. What is 'developmental' about developmental psychopathology? Thomas M. Achenbach; Part II. Contributions of the High-Risk Child Paradigm: Continuities and Changes in Adaptation During Development: 3. Early contributors to developmental risk Arnold J. Sameroff and Ronald Seifer; 4. Beyond diathesis: toward an understanding of high-risk environments John Richters and Sheldon Weintraub; 5. Hard growing: children who survive Marian Radke-Yarrow and Tracy Sherman; 6. Children born at medical risk: factors affecting vulnerability and resilience Margaret O'Dougherty and Francis S. Wright; 7. A mediational model for boys' depressed mood Gerald R. Patterson and Deborah M. Capaldi; 8. A temperamental disposition to the state of uncertainty Jerome Kagan, Jane L. Gibbons, Maureen O. Johnson, J. Steven Reznick and Nancy Snidman; Part III. Competence Under Adversity: Individual and Family Differences in Resilience: 9. Psychosocial resilience and protective mechanisms Michael Rutter; 10. Maternal stress and children's development: prediction of school outcomes and identification of protective factors Robert C. Pianta, Byron Egeland and L. Alan Sroufe; 11. Competence under stress: risk and protective factors Ann S. Masten, Patricia Morison, David Pellegrini and Auke Tellegen; 12. Stress-resistant families and stress-resistant children Alfred L. Baldwin, Clara Baldwin and Robert E. Cole; 13. Children's adjustments to parental divorce: self-image, social relations and school performance Norman F. Watt, Olivia Moorehead-Slaughter, Debra M. Japzon and Gloria G. Keller; Part IV. The Challenge of Adolescence for Developmental Psychopathology: 14. The development of psychopathology in adolescence Aaron T. Ebata, Anne C. Petersen and John J. Conger; 15. Depressive symptoms in late adolescence: a longitudinal perspective on personality antecedents Jack Block and Per F. Gjerde; 16. Vulnerability and resilience in the age of eating disorders: risk and protective factors for bulimia nervosa Judith Rodin, Ruth H. Striegel-Moore and Lisa R. Silberstein; 17. Protected or vulnerable: the challenges of AIDS to developmental psychopathology Jon Rolf and Jeannette Johnson; Part V. Factors in the Development of Schizophrenia and Other Severe Psychopathology in Late Adolescence and Adulthood: 18. Family relations as risk factors for the onset and course of schizophrenia Michael J. Goldstein; 19. Long-range schizophrenia forecasting: many a slip twixt cup and lip Daniel R. Hanson, Irving I. Gottesman and Leonard L. Heston; 20. Vulnerability factors in children at risk: anomalies in attentional functioning and social behaviour Keith H. Nuechterlein, Susan Phipps-Yonas, Regina Driscoll and Norman Garmezy; 21. Schizophrenia: a new model of its transmission and its variations Philip S. Holzman; 22. Premorbid competence and the courses and outcomes of psychiatric disorders Marion Glick and Edward Zigler; 23. Relationships between adult development and the course of mental disorder John S. Strauss and Courtenay M. Harding; A closing note: reflections on the future Norman Garmezy; Author index; Subject index.
This important volume presents a definitive review of the origins and implications of developmental psychopathology.

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