Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development 1992

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Margaret E. Hertzig, Ellen A. Farber
Psychology Press, Dec 1, 1992 - Medical - 645 pages
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Since 1968, this series has compiled contributions to the literature on child psychiatry and child development each year. The 1992 volume presents 32 articles in six areas: developmental studies; vulnerability and competence; developmental disorders; clinical issues; diagnosis and treatment; and special issues.
  

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Contents

Antecedents
5
Facial Diversity and Infant Preferences for Attractive
27
Continuity and Discontinuity in Infant Negative and Positive
42
Maternal Representations of Attachment During Pregnancy
67
Recent Developments in Attachment Theory
88
The Development of the Subconcepts of Death in Young
144
VULNERABILITY AND COMPETENCE
163
Relationship of Socioeconomic Status to the Etiology
187
A Review of Current Knowledge
358
CLINICAL ISSUES
385
Psychiatric Aspects of Epileptic Children
403
Consideration of Parenting Issues
433
Approach
446
DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT
463
A Critical
501
Neuroleptic Use Parkinsonian Symptoms Tardive
533

Risk
211
A Review of Research
232
Promoting Competent Young People in Competence
256
DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS
283
The Development of Contingent Discourse Ability in Autistic
313
Methodological Issues for Experiments on Autistic
329
Preventive Intervention and Outcome with Anxiously
572
SPECIAL ISSUES
589
The Impact of Homelessness on Children
609
Childrens Capacity to Consent to Participation
630
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About the author (1992)

Hertzig is Professor of Psychiatry at Cornell University Medical College and Director of the Child and Adolescent Outpatient Department at Payne Whitney Clinic.

Farber is Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology at Cornell University Medical College and Assistant Attending Psychologist at New York Hospital.

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