By Eric J Mash, David A Wolfe
Via a considerate and actual stability of developmental, clinical-diagnostic, and experimental techniques to baby and adolescent psychopathology, Eric Mash and David Wolfe's irregular baby PSYCHOLOGY continues to be the main authoritative, scholarly, and entire ebook in its marketplace. available to a vast variety of readers, the publication lines the developmental process every one ailment and indicates how organic, mental, and sociocultural elements have interaction with a kid's setting.
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Ongoing interactions exist between protective and risk factors within the child, between the child and his or her surroundings, and among risk factors themselves. CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Normal and Abnormal Behavior in Children and Adolescents 15 A CLOSER LOOK Sometimes we can learn a lot from the personal stories of individuals who are famous or well known for their talent or achievements. In some cases, like that of Oprah Winfrey, the popular talk show host, publisher, actor, and entertainer, the stories reveal early experiences of adversity or loss that these individuals remember as being instrumental in setting them on a life course.
D. Coatsworth, 1998, American Psychologist, 53, 205–220. Copyright © 1998 by the American Psychological Association. Reprinted by permission of the author and the publisher. Developmental Pathways Why don’t children with similar early experiences have similar problems later in life? Conversely, why do children and adolescents with the same disorder sometimes have very different early experiences or family characteristics? Another aspect of judging deviancy involves deciding when a concern or issue about a child’s behavior starts to become a more recognizable pattern, especially since behavior fluctuates and changes considerably as a child develops.
Mental health problems are unevenly distributed. Children who experience more social and economic disadvantage or inequality and children exposed to more violent, inadequate, or toxic environments are disproportionately aﬄicted with mental health problems. A child’s biological sex, ethnic background, and cultural surroundings are all important contributors to the manner in which his or her behavioral and emotional problems are expressed to and recognized by others. Many childhood problems can have lifelong consequences for the child and for society.