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Temperament and Child Psychopathology
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Temperament and Child Psychopathology



September 1987 | 112 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Temperament and Child Psychopathology examines research on child development and individual differences in relation to child functioning and psychopathology. The authors present alternative views of temperament and its role in child development and child-rearing. Important topics covered include genetic and psychosocial influence on development, and parent-child interaction. Longitudinal studies are presented and their implications for theory and practice are developed. The book is comprehensive in its coverage of research and practice, and raises substantive and methodological issues.
 
Introduction
 
Perspectives on Temperament
 
Theory and Methods in the Study of Temperament
 
Relationship Between Temperament and Child Psychopathology
 
Temperament in Clinical Practice
 
Summary and Critique

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William T. Garrison

Felton J. Earls

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ISBN: 9780803922976
$60.00