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Research on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology

Uitgave 3/2007

Inhoudsopgave (13 Artikelen)

Open Access Original Paper

Homotypic Versus Heterotypic Continuity of Anxiety Symptoms in Young Adolescents: Evidence for Distinctions Between DSM-IV Subtypes

Robert F. Ferdinand, Gwen Dieleman, Johan Ormel, Frank C. Verhulst

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Executive Inhibitory Control and Cooperative Behavior During Early School Years: A Follow-Up Study

Silvia Ciairano, Laura Visu-Petra, Michele Settanni

Open Access Original Paper

Multiple Determinants of Externalizing Behavior in 5-Year-Olds: A Longitudinal Model

Sanny Smeekens, J. Marianne Riksen-Walraven, Hedwig J. A. van Bakel

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The Role of Simple Emotion Recognition Skills among School Aged Boys at Risk of ADHD

Inna Kats-Gold, Avi Besser, Beatriz Priel

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Estimates of the Validity and Utility of the Conners’ Continuous Performance Test in the Assessment of Inattentive and/or Hyperactive-Impulsive Behaviors in Children

Mark C. Edwards, Eunice S. Gardner, John J. Chelonis, Eldon G. Schulz, Rebecca A. Flake, Pamela F. Diaz

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Social Anxiety and Peer Relations in Early Adolescence: Behavioral and Cognitive Factors

Stephen A. Erath, Kelly S. Flanagan, Karen L. Bierman

Open Access Original Paper

Being Admired or Being Liked: Classroom Social Status and Depressive Problems in Early Adolescent Girls and Boys

Albertine J. Oldehinkel, Judith G. M. Rosmalen, René Veenstra, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Johan Ormel

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Friendship Interactions in Children with and without Depressive Symptoms: Observation of Emotion during Game-Playing Interactions and Post-Game Evaluations

Carol M. Rockhill, Ming-Yu Fan, Wayne J. Katon, Elizabeth McCauley, Nicki R. Crick, Joseph H. Pleck

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Correlates of Depressive Disorders in the Quebec General Population 6 to 14 Years of Age

Lise Bergeron, Jean-Pierre Valla, Nicole Smolla, Geneviève Piché, Claude Berthiaume, Marie St.-Georges

Open Access Original Paper

Children’s Feedback Preferences in Response to an Experimentally Manipulated Peer Evaluation Outcome: The Role of Depressive Symptoms

Albert Reijntjes, Maja Dekovic, Marjolijn Vermande, Michael J. Telch