Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development 1997
Margaret E. Hertzig, Ellen A. Farber
Psychology Press, 1998 - Medical - 481 pages
As the series marks its 30th year in publication, Annual Progress continues to provide the most current research and scholarship available in the field of child psychiatry and child development. This volume is divided into six parts - Developmental Issues, Intelligence and Learning, Clinical Issues: ADHD and Depression, Other Clinical Issues: Large N-Studies, Treatment Issues, and Sociocultural Issues - and includes 24 articles by leading authorities in the field. As Annual Progress reaches this important milestone, the book continues to be a benchmark against which all other contributions to the literature will be measured. Mental health professionals who work with children and adolescents will find the book invaluable for both its timely information and its long-term reference value. Researchers will find substantial information in its pages for new spheres of inquiry.
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