Psychopathology and the FamilyEdited by
- Jennifer Hudson
- Ron Rapee
Students and researchers in clinical psychology, developmental psychology. Clinicians in psychology and psychiatry and other mental health professionals.
Hardbound, 398 Pages
Published: October 2005
"This remarkable book provides exceptionally wide-ranging and incisive coverage of the interplay among family processes and the development of psychopathology from multiple perspectives that are essential to advancing the field of developmental psychopathology. The accessible and up-to-date analysis and synthesis of developmental psychopathology by internationally renowned scientists will, no doubt, make this book required reading for broad audience, including undergraduate and graduate students, academicians, and practitioners and policy-makers." -Patrick Davies, University of Rochester, NY, USA "A much needed contribution. This volume provides a comprehensive and critical examination of theory and research relating to psychopathology and the family. Essential reading for any clinician and researcher who work with children and families. " -Wendy K. Silverman, Ph.D., ABPP, Florida International University, Miami, USA