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Future Work in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology

A research agenda, 1st Edition

Edited by Mitchell J. Prinstein

Routledge

428 pages

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Preeminent clinical child and adolescent psychological scientists offer an agenda for future research in this compendium of thought pieces. On a wide range of topics including ADHD, depression, self-injury, emotion regulation, conduct problems, addictions, clinical assessment and therapy, and many more, scientists review the current state of the literature and offer specific recommendations for what investigators next need to tackle to reduce mental illness among youth. Chapters include a discussion of theories and methods in clinical child and adolescent psychology, current funding priorities, and the intersection of traditional clinical psychology research with the burgeoning field of psychological neuroscience. This book is an essential resource for classes on clinical child and adolescent psychopathology and treatment. It also provides a unique guide for undergraduate and early graduate students who are determining how to start their research careers in the field. All of the chapters in this book were originally published as articles in the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.

Table of Contents

Part I: Evidence Based Practice

1. Future directions for dissemination and implementation science: aligning ecological theory and public health to close the research to practice gap Marc S. Atkins, Dana Rusch, Tara G. Mehta and Davielle Lakind

2. Structuring the collaboration of science and service in pursuit of a shared vision Bruce F. Chorpita and Eric L. Daleiden

3. Future Directions for the Implementation and Dissemination of Statewide Developmental-Behavioral Pediatric Integrated Health Care T. David Elkin, Dustin E. Sarver, Nina Wong Sarver, John Young and Susan Buttross

4. Healthcare Reform and Preparing the Future Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology Workforce David M. Janicke, Alyssa M. Fritz and Ronald H. Rozensky

5. Future directions in the design, development, and investigation of technology as a service delivery vehicle Deborah J. Jones

6. Toward Dynamic Adaptation of Psychological Interventions for Child and Adolescent Development and Mental Health Tina Malti, Gil G. Noam, Andreas Beelmann and Simon Sommer

7. Advancing the Scientific Foundation for Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology Michael C. Roberts, Jennifer B. Blossom, Spencer C. Evans, Christina M. Amaro and Rebecca M. Kanine

8. Evidence-based youth psychotherapy in the mental health ecosystem John R. Weisz, Ana M. Ugueto, Daniel M. Cheron and Jenny Herren

9. Future directions in psychological assessment: Combining evidence-based medicine innovations with psychology's historical strengths to enhance utility Eric A. Youngstrom

Part II: Internalizing Disorders

10. Future directions in research on psychotherapy for adolescent depression John F. Curry

11. Future directions for research on youth with Bipolar Spectrum Disorders Mary A. Fristad and Guillermo Perez Algorta

12. Future directions in vulnerability to depression among youth: Integrating risk factors and processes across multiple levels of analysis Benjamin L. Hankin

13. No need to worry: The promising future of child anxiety research Philip C. Kendall, Cara A. Settipani and Colleen M. Cummings

14. Future directions for the study of suicide and self-injury Matthew K. Nock

15. The scientific legacy of Little Hans and Little Albert: Future directions for research on specific phobias in youth Thomas H. Ollendick and Peter Muris

16. Future research directions in the positive valence systems: Measurement, development, and implications for youth unipolar depression Thomas M. Olino

Part III: Pervasive Developmental Disorders

17. Future directions for research in autism spectrum disorders Cara R. Damiano, Carla A. Mazefsky, Susan W. White and Gabriel S. Dichter

Part IV: Eating Disorders

18. Future directions in etiologic, prevention, and treatment research for eating disorders Eric Stice, Kelsey South and Heather Shaw

Part V: Disruptive Behavior Disorders and Addictions

19. Developmental pathways to conduct disorder: Implications for future directions in research, assessment, and treatment Paul J. Frick

20. Future directions in the developmental science of addictions Andrea M. Hussong, Alison R. Burns, Jessica M. Solis and W. Andrew Rothenburg

21. Future directions in ADHD etiology research Joel T. Nigg

22. Future directions for research on the development and prevention of early conduct problems Daniel S. Shaw

Part VI: Child and Adolescent Psychopathology Predictors and Processe

23. Future directions in emotion dysregulation and youth psychopathology Theodore P. Beauchaine

24. Future directions in the study of social relationships as regulators of the HPA axis across development Camelia E. Hostinar and Megan R. Gunnar

25. Future directions in childhood adversity and youth psychopathology Katie A. McLaughlin

26. Future directions for research on the development of relational and physical peer victimization Jamie M. Ostrov and Kimberly E. Kamper

Part VII: Understudied Topics

27. Future Directions in Research on Racism-Related Stress and Racial-Ethnic Protective Factors for Black Youth Shawn C.T. Jones and Enrique W. Neblett

28. Future Directions in Sleep and Developmental Psychopathology Lisa J. Meltzer

29. Future directions in research on sexual minority adolescent mental, behavioral, and sexual health Brian Mustanski

30. Future directions for positive development intervention research Patrick Tolan

About the Editor

Mitchell J. Prinstein is the John van Seters Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, and Director of Clinical Psychology, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. He was the Editor of the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
PSY007000
PSYCHOLOGY / Clinical Psychology
PSY036000
PSYCHOLOGY / Mental Health