First book in the new Paediatric Psychology series. Feeding problems in children are relatively common, and often resolve themselves with little need for intervention. However, some categories of feeding problem are severe, persistent, and may be life-threatening without skilled involvement by professionals, including medical and surgical intervention. This revised and expanded Second Edition of Feeding Problems in Children deals with these severe and persistent problems, summarising the different kinds of work undertaken with children and their families in a number of countries. It first discusses the theoretical frameworks and perspectives, before moving on to explore clinical and applied research aspects of children's feeding. Finally, a comprehensive Clinical Practice Toolkit has been added to this edition, providing clinical models, checklists, model forms and reports. Featuring contributions from well-known international experts in the field, comprehensive and fully referenced, this book continues to be essential reading for all those practising or training in paediatrics in primary or secondary care, including paediatricians, GPs, gastroenterologists, psychologists, psychiatrists, therapists, paediatric nurses, health visitors and allied health professionals.Escape as reinforcement and escape extinction in the treatment of feeding problems. J Appl Behav Anal. ... Behavioral assessment of feeding problems of individuals with severe disabilities. J Appl Behav Anal. ... 2008; 41: 459a65. Patel MRanbsp;...
|Title||:||Feeding Problems in Children|
|Author||:||Angela Southall, Clarissa Martin|
|Publisher||:||Radcliffe Publishing - 2010-10-25|