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Dialectical Behavior Therapy for At-Risk Adolescents: A Practitioner's Guide to Treating Challenging Behavior Problems

by Pat Harvey & Britt H. Rathbone

At-risk adolescents may exhibit signs of moodiness, aggression, and even self-injury, and these behaviors often cause parents, teachers, and clinicians to become extremely frustrated. Adolescents themselves...

Learning to Breathe: A Mindfulness Curriculum for Adolescents to Cultivate Emotion Regulation, Attention, and Performance

by Patricia C. Broderick, Jon Kabat-Zinn & Myla Kabat-Zinn

The breakthrough book Learning to Breathe presents a research-based curriculum for teachers and clinicians who are seeking ways to help improve behavior and bolster academic performance in adolescents. Drawing...

Behavior Analysis of Child Development

by Sidney Bijou

From one of the fathers of applied behavior analysis, Behavior Analysis of Child Development is a revision of one of the classic texts in child development and the analysis of behavior.

Handbook of Effective Inclusive Schools: Research and Practice

by James McLeskey, Nancy L. Waldron & Fred Spooner

Over the last decade, the educational context for students with disabilities has significantly changed primarily as a result of mandates contained in NCLB and IDEA. The purpose of this book is to summarize the...

Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology: Volume 2

by J. P. Hill

First published in 1981. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Early Social Cognition: Understanding Others in the First Months of Life

by Philippe Rochat

In recent years, much stimulating research has emerged on children's theories of mind, construed as the understanding of others' intentions, beliefs, and desires. In this context, there is a renewed interest...

Female Adolescent Development

by Max Sugar

First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Developing Structure of Temperament and Personality From Infancy To Adulthood

by Jr., Charles F. Halverson, Gedolph A. Kohnstamm & Roy P. Martin

This book is the first to bring together researchers in individual differences in personality and temperament to explore whether there is any unity possible between the temperament researchers of infancy and...

Memory Development in Children (PLE: Memory)

by Peter A. Ornstein

Originally published in 1978, the contributors to this volume offer here chapters and position papers concerned with children's memory. The chapters represent in-depth reports on children's sensory memory, rehearsal...

The CRAF-E4 Family Engagement Model: Building Practitioners' Competence to Work with Diverse Families

by Iheoma Iruka, Stephanie Curenton & Winnie Eke

This book lays out how mental health practitioners can best engage parents in their children's education for the child's best educational outcome. The book presents several different engagement strategies,...

Why Won't My Teenager Talk to Me?

by John Coleman

"It's easier to be a brain surgeon than a really good parent!"

No one finds it easy to be a parent of a teenager. How strict or easy-going should you be? What is the best way to support a teenager who is pushing...

Transactional Analysis: A Relational Perspective

by Helena Hargaden & Charlotte Sills

Transactional analysis is growing in popularity as an approach to psychotherapy, and this book provides an in-depth, comprehensive model of theory and practice.

Transactional Analysis: A Relational Perspective...

Family Investments in Children's Potential: Resources and Parenting Behaviors That Promote Success

by Ariel Kalil & Thomas DeLeire

The papers in this volume bring together a cross-disciplinary mix of researchers--developmental psychologists, evolutionary biologists, economists, anthropologists, and sociologists--working on the common theme...

Trust and Skepticism: Children's selective learning from testimony

by Elizabeth J. Robinson & Shiri Einav

Children learn a great deal from other people, including history, science and religion, as well as language itself. Although our informants are usually well-intentioned, they can be wrong, and sometimes people...

Interaction, Communication and Development: Psychological development as a social process

by Charis Psaltis & Anna Zapiti

For decades there has been considerable interest in the ways that interactions between children can provide a beneficial context for the study of cognitive and social development. In this book Psaltis and Zapiti...

Sensation: The New Science of Physical Intelligence

by Thalma Lobel

Like the revolutionary bestsellers Predictably Irrational and Emotional Intelligence, Sensation is an exciting, completely new view of human behavior—a new psychology of physical intelligence (or embodied...

Stepfamilies: Who Benefits? Who Does Not?

by Alan Booth, Judy Dunn & Judith F. Dunn

Stepfamilies represent an increasing number of American households and shape the upbringing of countless stepchildren. Despite their prominence in society, our knowledge about these families is very limited....

From Borderline Adolescent to Functioning Adult: The Test of Time

by M.D., James F. Masterson & Jacinta Lu Costello

First published in 1980. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenting: Findings From A Racially Diverse Sample

by Patricia L. East & Marianne E. Felice

Written by a pediatrician/adolescent medicine specialist and a developmental psychologist, this book is a collection of informative, nonredundant yet comprehensive studies on adolescent pregnancy and parenting....

Families, Risk, and Competence

by Michael Lewis & Candice Feiring

The problems of studying families arise from the difficulty in studying systems where there are multiple elements interacting with each other and with the child. How should this system be described? Still other...