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30-11-2018 | Original Article

Adolescent Gaze-Directed Attention During Parent–Child conflict: The Effects of Depressive Symptoms and Parent–Child Relationship Quality

Although dysfunctions in attention have been implicated in the development and maintenance of depression in adults, findings from studies of depressed adolescents have been inconsistent. While some research has shown that youth with depressive …

27-11-2018 | Original Article

Latinx Youth in First Contact with the Justice System: Trauma and Associated Behavioral Health Needs

This study examines the prevalence of trauma exposure and its association with psychiatric symptoms, substance use, and sexual activity among First-Time Offending, Court-Involved Non-Incarcerated (FTO-CINI) Latinx youth. Latinx youth (N = 181) …

20-11-2018 | Original Article

The Screen for Child Anxiety Related Emotional Disorders (SCARED): Informant Discrepancy, Measurement Invariance, and Test–Retest Reliability

The Screen for Child Anxiety Related Emotional Disorders (SCARED) is a measure widely used to assess childhood anxiety based on parent and child report. However, while the SCARED is a reliable, valid, and sensitive measure to screen for pediatric …

14-11-2018 | Review

Parental Cognitions and Motivation to Engage in Psychological Interventions: A Systematic Review

This paper reviews the available research on the predictors of parental engagement in preventive and therapeutic psychological interventions that target mental health problems in children. Based on previous literature, seven predictors concerning …

08-11-2018 | Original Article

Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Metacognitive Therapy: Moderators of Treatment Outcomes for Children with Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Although cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is effective for childhood anxiety disorders, approximately 40% of youth remain anxious after treatment. Metacognitive therapy (MCT-c) for children with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) has shown …

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Child Psychiatry & Human Development is an interdisciplinary international journal serving professionals practicing or training in child and adolescent psychiatry, clinical child, pediatric and family psychology, pediatrics, social science, and human development. The journal publishes research on diagnosis, assessment, treatment, epidemiology, development, advocacy, training, cultural factors, ethics, policy, and professional issues as related to clinical disorders in children, adolescents, and families. The journal publishes peer-reviewed original research in addition to substantive and theoretical reviews.

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