Child Psychiatry & Human Development
Child Psychiatry & Human Development is an interdisciplinary international journal serving professionals practicing or training in child and adolescent psychiatry, clinical child, pediatric and family psychology, pediatrics, social science, and human development. The journal publishes research on diagnosis, assessment, treatment, epidemiology, development, advocacy, training, cultural factors, ethics, policy, and professional issues as related to clinical disorders in children, adolescents, and families. The journal publishes peer-reviewed original research in addition to substantive and theoretical reviews.
The Moderating Role of Maternal Depression in the Relation Between Adolescent Behavioral Inhibition and Maternal Critical Expressed Emotion
Developmental Trajectories of Youth Conduct Problems: Testing Later Development and Related Outcomes in a 12-Year Period
Testing Reciprocal Links Between Trouble Getting to Sleep and Internalizing Behavior Problems, and Bedtime Resistance and Externalizing Behavior Problems in Toddlers
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