Developmental psychopathology and classification in childhood and adolescence

Stephen Scott Introduction

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Validity

Reliability

Effect.of MinformantMandjinstru,ment

Comorbidity

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Conclusion Chapter References

Note Developmental psychology is considered in Chapter. . 2.5.1.1. The contributions of genetics to psychiatric aetiology are considered in Chapter,, ..2.4.1,, Quantitative genetics, and Ch§2ter.2.4.2, Molecular genetics. Topics relevant to child psychiatry are considered within these chapters.

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