Child Psychopathology

By Eric J. Mash; Russell A. Barkley | Go to book overview

Subject Index
f indicates figure; t indicates table; n indicates note
Abstraction impairments, 432–433, 440f, 441f
see also Autistic disorder
Academic functioning
see also Learning disabilities
ADHD, 103–105, 104t, 122
antisocial behavior, 168–169, 177– 178, 187
anxiety disorders, 282, 318
depression, 252
mental retardation, 488–490
neglect, 640–641
physical abuse, 638
schizophrenia, 465
school refusal, 297–298
separation anxiety disorder, 284
sexual abuse, 643
substance use, 210f, 214–215
Accident-proneness in ADHD, 108– 109
Active isolation, 376
see also Social withdrawal
Adaptation
defining child psychopathology, 25– 26
failure, 5–6
patterns of, 23
Addiction, eating disorders as, 704
ADHD
academic underachievement, 168– 169
antisocial behavior, 150, 166–168, 172, 177–178, 187–189
bipolar disorder, comorbidity with, 265, 266
classification of, 36
comorbidity, 100–102
contextual influences, 24
delinquency, 181
depression, comorbidity with, 240– 241
developmentally, 80–81, 97–100
diagnosis, 87–94, 88t
disorders of written expression, 572–573
dyslexia and, 546
epidemiology, 94–97
executive functions, 431
externalization pattern, 147
factors, 80
future research, 123–124
generalized anxiety disorder, comorbidity with, 293
health outcomes, 108–110
historical perspective, 76–78
inattentive subtype, 121–123
learning disabilities and, 526, 539– 540
mental retardation and, 508t
obsessive–compulsive disorder, 289
parent–child interaction, 175–176
peer influences, 179–180
posttraumatic stress disorder, 338– 340, 339t, 345t, 661
problems associated with, 103–108, 104t
psychosocial factors, 120–121
representative model of, 42
role of genetics, 53
schizophrenia, 466–469, 467t, 472
self-regulation, 212
social-cognitive information processing, 178–179
substance use, comorbidity with, 203
symptoms, 78–79
theoretical framework, 81–87, 82f
types of, 190n
Adjustment
development and, 10
disorder, 345t
symptoms and, 27, 28t
Adoption research, 117
see also Genetics; Research
Affect
ADHD, 85–86
avoidance strategies, 658
hybrid model of executive functions, 82f–84
as an outcome of maltreatment, 653–654
regulation, 649–651
social withdrawal, 387
substance use, 216f–219, 222
Affective models, 6
Age of onset
ADHD, 92, 94, 97–98
antisocial behavior, 163–165
anxiety disorders, 282

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