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About this product
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication04/08/2015
- GenreClinical Medicine: Professional
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight635 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine25 mm
- Edited byDebra J. Pepler,Kenneth H. Rubin
- Table Of ContentsContents: K. Goldberg, Foreword. Introduction: Current Challenges in the Development and Treatment of Childhood Aggression. Part I:The Development of Childhood Aggression. Section 1:Descriptive and Predictive Studies on Childhood Aggression. D.P. Farrington, Childhood Aggression and Adult Violence: Early Precursors and Later Life Outcomes. D.R. Offord, M.C. Boyle, Y.A. Racine, The Epidemiology of Antisocial Behavior in Childhood and Adolescence. L.A. Serbin, D.S. Moskowitz, A.E. Schwartzman,J.E. Ledingham, Aggressive, Withdrawn, and Aggressive/Withdrawn Children in Adolescence: Into the Next Generation. R.E. Tremblay, Commentary:Aggression, Prosocial Behavior, and Gender: Three Magic Words, But No Magic Wand. Section 2:Dispositional Factors Associated with Childhood Aggression. P. Brennan, S. Mednik, E. Kandel, Congenital Determinants of Violent and Property Offending. J.E. Bates, K. Bayles, D.S. Bennett, B. Ridge, M.M. Brown, Commentary:Origins of Externalizing Behavior Problems at Eight Years of Age. A. Cheyne, Bad Seeds and Vile Weeds: Metaphors of Determinism. Section 3:Familial Factors Associated with Childhood Aggression. G.R. Patterson, D. Capaldi, L. Bank, An Early Starter Model for Predicting Delinquency. L.D. Eron, L.R. Huesmann, A. Zelli, Commentary:The Role of Parental Variables in the Learning of Aggression. R.D. Peters, Expanding the Perspective on Contributing Factors and Service Delivery Approaches to Childhood Aggression. Section 4:Social-Cognitive and Peer Relational Factors Associated with Childhood Aggression. K.A. Dodge, The Structure and Function of Reactive and Proactive Aggression. K.H. Rubin, L.A. Bream, L. Rose-Krasnor, Social Problem Solving and Aggression in Childhood. R.B. Cairns, B.D. Cairns, Commentary:Social Cognition and Social Networks: A Developmental Perspective. J.E. Ledingham, Social Cognition and Aggression. Part II:Treatment of Childhood Aggression. Section 5:Familial Interventions. M.S. Forgatch, The Clinical Science Vortex: A Developing Theory of Antisocial Behavior. R. Forehand, N. Long, Prevention of Aggression and Other Behavior Problems in the Early Adolescent Years. J.E. Dumas, Commentary:From Simplicity to Complexity: Parent Training is Coming of Age. Section 6:Social Cognitive Interventions. P.C. Kendall, K.R. Ronan, J. Epps, Aggression in Children/Adolescents: Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Perspectives. D.J. Pepler, G. King, W. Byrd, A Social-Cognitively Based Social Skills Training Program for Aggressive Children. L. Rose-Krasnor, Commentary:Social Cognitive Treatment Programs. Section 7:Peer and School-Based Interventions. J.D. Coie, M. Underwood, J.E. Lochman, Programmatic Intervention with Aggressive Children in the School Setting. D. Olweus, Bully/Victim Problems Among Schoolchildren: Basic Facts and Effects of a School-Based Intervention Program. C. Gagnon, Commentary:School-Based Interventions for Aggressive Children: Possibilities, Limitations, and Future Directions.
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