By Barbara A. Mowder, Florence Rubinson, Anastasia E. Yasik
An authoritative advisor to evidence-based therapy of babies and younger children
Evidence-Based perform in baby and Early youth Psychology is the 1st guide of its style to contemplate the entire mental wishes of babies and children, from delivery to early formative years. With a spotlight on evidence-based perform, the ebook offers a balanced point of view of numerous and moral perform with study and academic techniques interwoven all through.
accomplished in scope, Evidence-Based perform in little one and Early adolescence Psychology is split into 4 sections:
Foundations presents the framework for contemplating mental and academic provider provisions for teenagers and their familiesContent:
Chapter 1 toddler and Early youth Psychology (pages 1–44): Nancy J. Evangelista
Chapter 2 execs operating in toddler and Early adolescence Psychology (pages 45–74): Susan Vig
Chapter three Multicultural Evidence?Based perform in Early youth (pages 75–90): Madeline Fernandez
Chapter four overview of babies and children (pages 91–127): Michele Zaccario, ok. Mark Sossin and Jacqueline Degroat
Chapter five evaluation of Preschool childrens (pages 129–166): Vincent C. Alfonso and sunrise P. Flanagan
Chapter 6 Neurodevelopmental evaluate (pages 167–205): Deborah J. Walder, Janet Cohen Sherman and Margaret B. Pulsifer
Chapter 7 mother or father evaluate and Intervention (pages 207–235): Barbara A. Mowder and Renee Shamah
Chapter eight family members review and Intervention (pages 237–257): Barbara A. Mowder and Renee Shamah
Chapter nine session (pages 259–287): Florence Rubinson
Chapter 10 Play treatment (pages 289–307): Athena A. Drewes
Chapter eleven Self?Regulation (pages 309–349): Virginia Smith Harvey and Gayle L. Macklem
Chapter 12 awareness Deficit Hyperactivity affliction (pages 351–380): Mark D. Terjesen and Robyn Kurasaki
Chapter thirteen Social?Emotional concerns (pages 381–412): Susan Chinitz and Rahil Briggs
Chapter 14 Aggression (pages 413–441): Greta L. Doctoroff and Rachelle Theise
Chapter 15 nervousness and melancholy in Early youth (pages 443–466): Mark D. Terjesen and Robyn Kurasaki
Chapter sixteen Pervasive Developmental issues (pages 467–499): Gerard Costa and Molly Romer Witten
Chapter 17 Autism Spectrum issues (pages 501–535): Dianne Zager, Carol Sober Alpern and E. Amanda Boutot
Chapter 18 Health?Impaired (pages 537–572): Molly L. Nozyce and Roy Grant
Chapter 19 Psychopharmacology (pages 573–588): Laura M. Anderson and Leadelle Phelps
Chapter 20 Trauma (pages 589–615): Anastasia E. Yasik
Chapter 21 Violence Prevention (pages 617–640): Michelle Guttman
Chapter 22 baby Care and Early schooling (pages 641–666): Mary Debey
Chapter 23 reaction to Intervention (pages 667–686): Paul C. McCabe
Chapter 24 R.I.C.H. functions (pages 687–702): Thomas J. Kehle, Melissa A. Bray and Sarah E. Grigerick
Chapter 25 present prestige and destiny instructions (pages 703–714): Barbara A. Mowder, Florence Rubinson and Anastasia E. Yasik
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Evidence-Based Practice in Infant and Early Childhood Psychology by Barbara A. Mowder, Florence Rubinson, Anastasia E. Yasik