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Cognitive and affective neuroscience and developmental psychopathology

  • DANTE CICCHETTI (a1) and MICHAEL I. POSNER (a2)
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Can the connection between psychology and neuroscience provide a sufficient framework to support the study of the development of maladaptation and psychopathology? This Special Issue is devoted to papers that address this general issue within their specific domains. If we hope to provide a definitive answer to the question posed above, then it is important to know how cognitive and affective neuroscience arose, what are their distinctive findings to date, and, to the extent possible, predict what future developments can be expected. Before proceeding, we first examine the basic principles inherent to a developmental psychopathology perspective, as well as the multiple disciplines that played a critical role in its evolution as an interdisciplinary science.We are grateful to Mary Rothbart and Sheree L. Toth for their help with this Introduction.

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Address correspondence and reprint requests to: Dante Cicchetti, Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota, 51 East River Road, Minneapolis, MN 55455
Or address correspondence and reprint requests to: Michael I. Posner, Department of Psychology, University of Oregon, 209 Straub Hall, Eugene, OR 97403.
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