Handbook of clinical child psychology

Handbook of clinical child psychology

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Covers normal a abnormal development, assessment a diagnosis, psychopathology (in three sections encompassing infancy, childhood a adolescence) a intervention strategies. A final section examines special topics. Serves as a reference a graduate text on the full range of children's psychological problems. Includes relevant research on each of the topics covered as well as a bibliography a guidelines for practice. Particularly useful for board certification review.In some females, the growth of dark, course terminal hairs on the face may create a major adjustment problem (Anyan, 1978). ... Breast development is an important symbol of sexual maturity for most adolescent girls (Lerner aamp; Foch, 1986) andanbsp;...

Title:Handbook of clinical child psychology
Author:Clarence Eugene Walker, Michael C. Roberts
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 1992


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