Assessment and Treatment of Childhood Problems: A Clinician's Guide

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Index
Academic Performance Rating Scale (APRS), 399, 536–538
Academic problems
attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, 385, 386
and depression, 311
“Accentuation principle,” 340
Accidental injuries, prevention, 33, 34
Adderall, 408
ADHD (see Attention-deficit/ hyperactivity disorder)
ADHD Classroom Kit, 406, 407
ADHD, combined type
developmental course, 389–393
diagnostic criteria, 378–381
peer relations, 385
ADHD, hyperactive–impulsive type
developmental course, 389–393
diagnostic criteria, 378–381
prevalence, 382, 383
symptomatology, 381, 382
ADHD, inattentive type
developmental course, 389–393
diagnostic criteria, 378–381
peer relations, 385
prevalence, 382, 383
symptomatology, 381, 382
ADHD Rating Scale—IV, 395, 412
Adolescent sex offenders, 233, 234
Aerobic exercise, obesity treatment, 95
Affective education, 323
Age factors (see Developmental status)
Aggression
developmental aspects, 348, 349
gender differences, 348
psychoactive medication, 373
siblings, 348, 425
Albany Sleep Problem Scale, 199
Alopecia areata, 163
Anatomically detailed dolls, 244, 245
Androgens
disruptive behavior disorders, 343
and gender identity disorder, 228
Anger control training, parents, 324
Antidepressants (see Imipramine; Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors)
Antisocial personality disorder, 337, 338, 340–342
Anxiety, 262–301
assessment, 280–287
definition, 263, 264
development, 264–267
etiological theories, 278–280
versus fear, 263, 264
measurement instruments, 500–502
treatment, 287–301
Anxiety disorders, 269–275
assessment, 280–287, 500–502
behavioral observation, 286
biological/genetic factors, 279, 280
child interview, 285, 286
cognitive-behavioral approaches, 291, 292
cognitive factors, 279
comorbidity, 277, 278, 305, 306
conduct disorder comorbidity, 337, 338
and depression, 277, 278, 305, 306
DSM-IV symptoms, 269, 270
etiology, 278–280
general characteristics, 275–280
intervention with parents, 293, 294
learning theories, 278, 279
measurement instruments, 500– 502
medication, 295, 296
modeling procedures, 290, 291
parent interview, 283–285
persistence of, 276
risk factors, 281, 282
systematic desensitization, 288, 289
treatment, 287–301
Appetite
and food refusal problems, 108
normal development, 82, 83
Arousal training, enuresis, 129, 130
Assertiveness training, obesity, 97
Assessment, 40–78 (see also under specific disorders)
case examples, 49, 57, 58
intervention link, 50–56
methods, 56–73
planning of, 48, 49
Assessment-to-intervention system, comprehensive, 50–56
Attachment relationship (see also Insecure attachment)
developmental effects, 9, 10
disruptive behavior disorders, 344
and temperament, 10, 11
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, 377–416
adolescent, 392
adult, 392, 393
anxiety disorders comorbidity, 278, 384
assessment, 393–402, 499, 500
behavioral interventions, 402–407
biological factors, 386–388
bipolar disorder comorbidity, 307
case example, 413–416
child interview, 397, 398
comorbidity, 384–386
conduct disorder comorbidity, 337, 384
depression comorbidity, 306, 384
developmental course, 389–393
diagnostic criteria, 378–381
etiology, 386–389
measurement instruments, 499, 500
medication, 402, 403, 407–413
NIMH consensus findings, 377, 378
NIMH multimodal treatment
study, 402, 403
observation of behavior, 398, 399
parent interview, 395–397
persistence, 383
prevalence, 382, 383
referrals, 401
symptomatology, 381, 382
teacher interview, 399, 400
and tic disorders, 170, 171
treatment, 402–416

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • About the Authors vii
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xiii
  • Part I - The Foundation 1
  • Chapter 1 - Development of Psychopathology 3
  • Chapter 2 - Assessment to Intervention 40
  • Part II - Managing Common Problems 79
  • Chapter 3 - Eating Problems 81
  • Chapter 4 - Toileting: Training, Enuresis, and Encopresis 115
  • Chapter 5 - Habits and Tics 159
  • Chapter 6 - Sleep 186
  • Chapter 7 - Sexuality and Sexual Problems 217
  • Chapter 8 - Fears and Anxieties 262
  • Chapter 9 - Depression 302
  • Chapter 10 - Disruptive Behavior 331
  • Chapter 11 - Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder 377
  • Part III - Managing Stressful Life Events 417
  • Chapter 12 - Siblings 419
  • Chapter 13 - Divorce 440
  • Chapter 14 - Bereavement 466
  • Appendix A - Description of Assessment Instruments 487
  • Appendix B - Assessment Instruments 505
  • References 541
  • Index 615
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