Section 1: Chapter 1: Genetics and the Family Environment. (T.C. Eley, J.Y F. Lau). Chapter 2: The Role of Parenting in the Development of Psychopathology: An Overview of Research Using the Parental Bonding Instrument. (G.L. Gladstone, G.B. Parker). Chapter 3: Attachment and Psychopathology: A Lifespan Perspective. (J. Ungerer, C. McMahon). Chapter 4: Interparental Conflict, Violence and Psychopathology. (J.L. Hudson). Section II. Chapter 5: Oppositional and Conduct Problems. (D.J Hawes, M.R Dadds). Chapter 6: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and the Family: A Developmental Psychopathology Perspective. (E.J. Mash, C. Johnston). Chapter 7: Family Factors and the Development of Anxiety Disorders. (N.S. Gar, J.L. Hudson, R.M. Rapee). Chapter 8: Eating Disorders. (T. Wade). Chapter 9: Familial Risk Factors for Substance Use Disorders.
(S. Avenevoli, K.P. Conway, K. Reis Merikangas). Chapter 10: Parenting and Personality Disorders. (J. Paris). Chapter 11: Family Factors and the Etiology and Maintenance of Major Mental Disorder. (J.M. Hooley, K.A. Woodberry, C. Ferriter). Chapter 12: Depression and the Family. (J. Garber). Section III. Chapter 13: Family Involvement in Psychotherapy: What's the Evidence? (K. Manassis). Chapter 14: Clinical Perspectives on Involving the Family in Treatment. (F.M. Dattilio). Chapter 15: Family intervention and prevention of behavioural and emotional disorders in childhood and adolescence. (M.R Sanders, A. Ralph).