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Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review

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22-08-2019

Harnessing Wise Interventions to Advance the Potency and Reach of Youth Mental Health Services

Despite progress in research on evidence-based treatments (EBTs) for youth psychopathology, many youths with mental health needs do not receive services, and EBTs are not always effective for those who access them. Wise interventions (WIs) may …

07-08-2019

Conceptualizing Digital Stress in Adolescents and Young Adults: Toward the Development of an Empirically Based Model

Existing literature provides a complicated picture of the relationship between digital media use and psychological outcomes. Both correlational and some experimental studies suggest that social media use specifically can be associated with …

07-08-2019 Open Access

The Relation Between Attachment and Depression in Children and Adolescents: A Multilevel Meta-Analysis

Insecure attachment to primary caregivers is associated with the development of depression symptoms in children and youth. This association has been shown by individual studies testing the relation between attachment and depression and by …

31-07-2019

Delinquent Behavior: Systematic Review of Genetic and Environmental Risk Factors

Delinquency refers to a juveniles’ behavior pattern characterized by repeated offending, and is regarded mainly in its social, but also criminal aspects. Delinquent and non-delinquent individuals may be a product of the same society or even the …

30-07-2019

All in the Family: A Systematic Review of the Effect of Caregiver-Administered Autism Spectrum Disorder Interventions on Family Functioning and Relationships

A number of intervention models aimed at addressing Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)-related behaviors require caregivers to perform intensive and oftentimes extended protocols (Bearss et al. in Clin Child Fam Psychol Rev 18(2):170–182, 2015).

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Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal that provides an international, interdisciplinary forum for new developments and in-depth reviews on current thought and practices. The Journal publishes original research reviews, conceptual and theoretical papers, and related work in the broad area of the behavioral sciences that pertains to infants, children, adolescents, and families. Contributions originate from a wide array of disciplines, among them psychology (clinical, community, developmental, family, school), medicine (family practice, pediatrics, psychiatry), public health, social work, and education. Coverage includes both science and application, and extends to etiology, assessment, description, treatment and intervention, prevention, methodology, and public policy.

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