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RJ499.M85A4 2007
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TITLE: Multicultural understanding of child and adolescent psychopathology : implications for mental health assessment / Thomas M. Achenbach, Leslie A. Rescorla.
AUTHOR: Achenbach, Thomas M., 1940-
PUBLISHED: New York : Guilford Press, c2007.
DESCRIPTION: x, 322 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. 283-308) and indexes.
NOTES: Why should we do multicultural research on children's problems? -- The empirically based "bottom-up" approach to psychopathology -- The diagnostically based "top-down" approach to psychopathology -- Multicultural findings on scores obtained with empirically based assessment instruments -- Multicultural findings on correlates of empirically based scale scores -- Multicultural findings on patterns of problems in empirically based assessment instruments -- Multicultural findings on the prevalence of diagnostically based disorders -- Multicultural findings on correlates and comorbidity of diagnostically based disorders -- Comparisons of empirically based and diagnostically based findings -- Meeting challenges posed by multicultural research on children's problems -- Contributions of multicultural research to understanding, assessing, preventing, and treating child psychopathology.
SUBJECT: Child psychopathology--Cross-cultural studies.
SUBJECT: Adolescent psychopathology--Cross-cultural studies.
SUBJECT: Mental Disorders.
SUBJECT: Adolescent.
SUBJECT: Cross-Cultural Comparison.
SUBJECT: Psychopathology--methods.
ADDED ENTRY: Rescorla, Leslie.

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