3 edition of Development and treatment of childhood aggression found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Debra J. Pepler, Kenneth H. Rubin.|
|Contributions||Pepler, D. J., Rubin, Kenneth H., Earlscourt Child and Family Centre., Earlscourt Symposium on Childhood Aggression (1988 : Toronto, Ont.)|
|LC Classifications||RJ506.A35 D48 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 470 p. :|
|Number of Pages||470|
|LC Control Number||90014018|
The role of anxiety in the development, maintenance, and treatment of childhood aggression Article Literature Review in Development and Psychopathology 26(4 Pt 2) November with Author: Isabela Granic. The findings strongly suggest that the neighborhood sources of the development of child aggression are independent and different from early childhood experiences. Read more Article.
The persistence of elevated subtypes of aggression beginning in childhood have been associated with long-term maladaptive outcomes. Yet it remains unclear to what extent there are clusters of individuals following similar developmental trajectories across forms (i.e., physical and indirect) and functions (i.e., proactive and reactive) of aggression. We aimed to identify groups of children with Cited by: 2. Polypharmacy (the concurrent use of more than one psychoactive drug) and other combination interventions are increasingly common for treatment of severe psychiatric problems only partly responsive to monotherapy. This practice and research on it raise scientific, clinical, and ethical issues such as additive side effects, interactions, threshold for adding second drug, appropriate target Cited by:
Comprised of papers and commentaries from the Earlscourt Symposium on Childhood Aggression held in Toronto, Canada, this volume reflects the Earlscourt Child and Family Centre's commitment to linking clinical practice to identifiable research-based interventions which are known to be effective in the prevention and treatment of antisocial behavior in : Taylor And Francis. Aggression: Clinical Features and Treatment Across the Diagnostic Spectrum addresses the role aggression plays in intermittent explosive disorder (IED), referred to as primary aggression, and in a host of other psychiatric disorders—from autism to posttraumatic stress. Aggression is a well-studied, multidimensional phenomenon that may be parsed by cognition, affect, and behavior.
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Comprised of papers and commentaries from the Earlscourt Symposium on Childhood Aggression held in Toronto, Canada, this volume reflects the Earlscourt Child and Family Centre's commitment to linking clinical practice to identifiable research-based interventions which are known to be effective in the prevention and treatment of antisocial behavior in : Hardcover.
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The Development And Treatment. Book Description. Comprised of papers and commentaries from the Earlscourt Symposium on Childhood Aggression held in Toronto, Canada, this volume reflects the Earlscourt Child and Family Centre's commitment to linking clinical practice to identifiable research-based interventions which are known to be effective in the prevention and treatment of antisocial behavior in children.
Social problem solving and aggression in childhood / Kenneth H. Rubin, Linda A. Bream, Linda Rose-Krasnor --Social cognition and social networks: a developmental perspective / Robert B. Cairns, Beverley D. Cairns --Social cognition and aggression / Jane E. Ledingham --Treatment of childhood aggression.
Familial interventions. The Hardcover of the The Development and Treatment of Childhood Aggression by Kenneth H. Rubin at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. In the publication of that symposium's proceedings, The Development and Treatment of Childhood Aggression, the word girls was not listed in the subject index.
Studies on childhood aggression largely excluded girls; treatment interventions for young girls with aggression were unknown. The Development and Treatment of Childhood Aggression - Ebook written by Kenneth H. Rubin, Debra J. Pepler. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
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Edited By Kenneth H. Rubin, Debra J. Pepler. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 13 May Pub. location New York. Imprint Psychology : Kenneth H. Rubin, Debra J. Pepler. Aggression can also be problematic for some children during the early preschool years, peaking around age 4.
Younger preschoolers often engage in "Instrumental Aggression" or behavior involving hitting, kicking, or shouting to obtain a desired object. Understanding Girls’ Aggression: A Focus on Relationships Relationships are foundation and context for development. Relationships -- social determinant of health.
For healthy development, children need warm, positive, supportive relationships. Children require relationship capacity to form and maintain significant relationships. For girls, relationships are particularly salient: one of girls’.
Childhood Aggression: Where does it come from. How can it be managed. aggression: e_’gre_shen, noun 1:a forceful action or procedure (such as an unprovoked attack), especially when intended to dominate or master.
2:the practice of making attacks or encroachments, especially unprovoked violation by File Size: KB. The Paperback of the The Development and Treatment of Girlhood Aggression by Debra J.
Pepler at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : Although the first five years of life is a period of risk for the development of persistent problems with aggression, this same period can be viewed as the optimal opportunity for supporting the development of emotional and behavioural regulation and communication.
"The Development and Treatment of Girlhood Aggression provides an account of some of the pioneering research in the field. Its central aims are to highlight current understanding, identify key components for preventing and treating the complex array of problems experienced by aggressive girls, and raise new questions for future research.".
The joint development of physical and indirect aggression: Predictors of continuity and change during childhood. Developmental Psychopathology ;19(1) Brendgen M. Development of indirect aggression before school entry. Tremblay RE, topic ed. In: Tremblay RE, Boivin M, Peters RDeV, eds.
Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development. Book Description. After decades of neglect, researchers have begun to focus attention on the development and outcomes of girlhood aggression. This comprehensive volume provides an account of some of the pioneering research in the field.
The development of patterns of stable, transient, and school age aggressive behavior in young children. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry.
; – [Google Scholar] Kupersmidt JB, Briesler PC, DeRosier ME, Patterson CJ, Davis PW. Childhood aggression and peer relations in the context of family and neighborhood by: The book provides a comprehensive sweep of what is currently known about the development and treatment of girls' aggression and, thus, it would make an excellent graduate text for students studying developmental psychopathology and clinical psychology, particularly those interested in childhood aggression and sex differences.
Chapter 8 presents the results of research that attempts to identify and test "multivariable models of the development of early-onset aggression and related behaviors in children and adolescents." Throughout this four-chapter section the author expresses disclaimers of any sort of deterministic orientation toward aggressive behaviors.
Heterogeneity in the development of proactive and reactive aggression in childhood: Common and specific genetic - environmental factors.
PLOS ONE, ; 12 (12): e DOI: /journal. The child aggression is one of the disorders that cause more problems at this stage of growth, and affects both parents, teachers, and the immediate environment of the child.
Although it is common for outbursts of anger to appear in childhood, these children are much more frequent and serious, and they can not control their temper in any circumstance or situation.