- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- Praeger Publishers Inc
- Zucker, Robert D.
- 74 figures, 45 tables, 2 halftones
- 254 x 177 x 146 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 4 Hardbacks
- 2971 g
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The Crisis in Youth Mental Health [4 volumes]
Critical Issues and Effective Programs
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This book serves as a useful resource for researchers, specialists and policy makers interested in understanding the various challenges that every youth is susceptible to and likewise developing preventive and intervention strategies to resolve the challenges. The language is relatively non-technical and will therefore appeal to the lay person as well who at some level or the other, forms a part of the home, school or community and can play a vital role in ensuring the well being of the youth. - Metapsychology "Inspired by a sense of urgency about a rise in the rates of mental and emotional problems among U.S. children and teenagers and a need to make known the crucial importance of early intervention, a varied group of professionals authored and edited this four-volume reference set, which comprises the initial offering in the publisher's series, Child Psychology and Mental Health....Each volume contains between 10 and 15 essays reviewing what is known and what must be done. For policymakers and professionals of all stripes whose work involves children." - SciTech Book News "[A] worthy addition to this growing literature ... Clinical medical and nursing libraries should consider buying this..." - Reference Reviews "The Crisis in Mental Health: Critical Issues and Effective Programs texts do provide a mass of useful findings that certainly carry important messages for....other countries....These four volumes are persuasive on the reality of at least some of the concerns, they summarise many useful findings, and they provide some useful intervention leads." - The Lancet "Fitzgerald, Zucker, and Freeark bring considerable combined expertise and skill to this well-edited four-volume set. Together the volumes offer 51 chapters that reflect a diverse set of methodologies dealing with the science and practice underlying issues related to parenting, mental health, child care, and public policy. Cultural factors and formulations are embedded into all four volumes, making this remarkable set a cutting-edge tool. Each chapter includes references, and each of the four volumes includes a subject and author index. This resource will be valuable for psychologists (developmental, clinical, and counseling), social workers, practitioners working with children and youth, and those aspiring to work in these capacities. Highly recommended. Upper-division undergraduates through faculty and professionals." - Choice
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HIRAM FITZGERALD is Co-Editor for Praeger's Child Psychology and Mental Health series. He is University Distinguished Professor in the Department of Psychology at Michigan State University, and Executive Director of the World Association for Infant Mental Health. He is also Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan and a board member for the Infant Mental Health Journal. ROBERT ZUCKER is Professor of Psychology at the University of Michigan. KRISTINE FREEARK is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Michigan.
Volume 1 Foreword Special Commentary, by Lou Anna Kimsey Simon Transgenerational and Life Course Perspectives on Stress and the Development of Self Regulatory Processes, by Kevin Everhart and Robert N. Emde Substance Use During Pregnancy, by Barry M. Lester, Lynne Andreozzi, and Lindsey Appiah Reactive Attachment Disorders in Parent-Child Relationships, by Brian Stafford Learning Disabilities and Children's Mental Health, by Bernard Karmel and Judy Gardner Early Intervention Programs and Policies for Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, by Natacha A. Alshoomoff and Aubyn Stahmer Emotion and Behavior Regulation, by Nancy Eisenberg Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, by Joel T. Nigg Aggression and Antisocial Behavior, by Daniel S. Shaw Child Abuse and Neglect: The Consequences of Physical, Sexual, and Emotional Abuse of Children, by Ellen A. Whipple Depression, Poverty and Children's Mental Health, by Pamela A. Morris Mental Health Issues Among American Indian Children and Families, by Paul Spicer Are There Socioeconomic Disparities in Children's Mental Health? by Nikika Tolani, Jeanne Brooks Gunn The Relation of Service Delivery Model to Program Effectiveness in a State-Sponsored Universal Services Program for Parents of Very Young Children, by Celeste Sturdevant Reed, and et al. Contributing Authors Subject Index Author Index Volume 2 Foreword by Hiram E. Fitzgerald and Susanne Ayres Denham Special Commentary, by Lou Anna Kimsey Simon The Role of the Family in Promoting Adolescent Health and Development: Critical Questions and New Understandings, by Steven Small and Brandon Covalt Risk and Resilience, by Tom Luster, Laura Bates, and Deborah J. Johnson The Well-Being of Immigrant Adolescents: A Longitudinal Prospective on Risk and Protective Factors, by Carola Suarez-Orozco, Irena Todorova, and Desiree Bvaolian Qin Life with No Home, by Mary Martinez Emotional and Behavioral Problems of Foster Youth: Early Findings of a Longitudinal Study, by Mark E. Courtney, and Sherri Teerao Internalized Issues, by Dan Lynam Youth Suicidal Behavior: A Crisis in Need of Attention, by James J. Mazza Adjudicated Youth by Marc Schindler Ethnic Indentity among U.S. Latino Adolescents: Theory, Measurement, and Implications for Well-Being, by Arriana J. Umana-Taylor Critical Mental Health Issues for Sexual Minority Adolescents, by Stephen T. Russell and Jennifer McGuire Competitve Sports Pressures and Out of School Learning Experiences, by Daniel F. Perkins and Lynne M. Borden Developmental and Ecological Perspectives on Youth Dating and Sexual Violence, by Stephen J. Korzeniewski, Christopher Maxwell, Patricia K. Smith, and Lori Post The Importance of Peers: The Role of Peer Relations in Adolescent Mental Health, by Darrell Meece and Robert D. Laird Contributing Authors Subject Index Author Index Volume 3 Foreword by Hiram E. Fitzgerald and Susanne Ayres Denham Special Commentary: by Lou Anna Kimsey Simon, Ph.D., President, Michigan State University Domestic Violence and Infantcy by Alytia A. Levendosky, and G. Anne Bogat Pediatricians--Are They Part of the Child Mental Health System in the U.S.? by Sheila Gahagan and Alane Gahagan Childhood Obesity Prevention: Responsibilities of the Family, Schools, and Community by Julie Lumeng Family and School Support for Healthy Racial Identity Development in African American Youth by Stephanie J. Rowley, Shauna M. Cooper, and Yvette C. Clinton Understanding the Psychological Development of African American Children: The Impact of Race Class and Social Inequality, by Jonathan Livingston Adoption and Youth: Creative, Strengths-Based Programming to Explore Identity, by Kristine Freeark Asset Strategies for Community Youth Development: Lessons from the Yes We Can! Project, by Melissa S. Quon Huber, Laurie A. Van Egeren, Pennie Foster Fishman, and Tara Donahue School-Based Sexual Violence Prevention Programs: Current Evaluation Findings and Po