January, Alicia M. Bartoi, Marla G. Kuentzel, Jeffrey G. Somers, Cheryl L. and Barnett, Douglas 2015. Tell Me More About It: A Query into the Relations Between Intelligence Scores and Problem Behaviors Using the WISC-IV. Journal of Child and Family Studies, Vol. 24, Issue. 9, p. 2544.
Brotman, Laurie Miller Calzada, Esther Huang, Keng-Yen Kingston, Sharon Dawson-McClure, Spring Kamboukos, Dimitra Rosenfelt, Amanda Schwab, Amihai and Petkova, Eva 2011. Promoting Effective Parenting Practices and Preventing Child Behavior Problems in School Among Ethnically Diverse Families From Underserved, Urban Communities. Child Development, Vol. 82, Issue. 1, p. 258.
Kim, Jungmeen Cicchetti, Dante Rogosch, Fred A. and Manly, Jody Todd 2009. Child maltreatment and trajectories of personality and behavioral functioning: Implications for the development of personality disorder. Development and Psychopathology, Vol. 21, Issue. 03, p. 889.
Brotman, Laurie Miller O’Neal, Colleen R. Huang, Keng-Yen Gouley, Kathleen Kiely Rosenfelt, Amanda and Shrout, Patrick E. 2009. An experimental test of parenting practices as a mediator of early childhood physical aggression. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Vol. 50, Issue. 3, p. 235.
Bernstein, Ira H. Rush, A. John Yonkers, Kimberly Carmody, Thomas J. Woo, Ada McConnell, Kimberly and Trivedi, Madhukar H. 2008. Symptom features of postpartum depression: are they distinct?. Depression and Anxiety, Vol. 25, Issue. 1, p. 20.
Prado, Guillermo Szapocznik, José Maldonado-Molina, Mildred M. Schwartz, Seth J. and Pantin, Hilda 2008. Drug Use/Abuse Prevalence, Etiology, Prevention, and Treatment in Hispanic Adolescents: A Cultural Perspective. Journal of Drug Issues, Vol. 38, Issue. 1, p. 5.
Brotman, Laurie Miller Kingston, Sharon Bat-Chava, Yael Caldwell, Melissa B. and Calzada, Esther J. 2008. Training School Personnel to Facilitate a Family Intervention to Prevent Conduct Problems. Early Education and Development, Vol. 19, Issue. 4, p. 622.
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Minzenberg, Michael J. Poole, John H. and Vinogradov, Sophia 2008. A neurocognitive model of borderline personality disorder: Effects of childhood sexual abuse and relationship to adult social attachment disturbance. Development and Psychopathology, Vol. 20, Issue. 01,
Sheidow, Ashli J. Strachan, Martha K. Minden, Joel A. Henry, David B. Tolan, Patrick H. and Gorman-Smith, Deborah 2008. The Relation of Antisocial Behavior Patterns and Changes in Internalizing Symptoms for a Sample of Inner-city Youth: Comorbidity within a Developmental Framework. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, Vol. 37, Issue. 7, p. 821.
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The papers in this special issue attest to the theoretical and empirical advances that have been made in understanding the epidemiology, subtypes, etiology, neuropsychology, psychobiology, course, consequences, prevention, and treatment of conduct disorder (CD) (see also Kazdin, 1987; Loeber, 1990; Loeber & Stouthamer-Loeber, 1986; Moffitt, 1990; Patterson, 1982; Robins, 1991; White, Moffitt, Earls, Robins, & Silva, 1990). A number of theoretical conceptualizations have been forwarded in an attempt to comprehend this complex form of disorder in children. Such divergence in thinking indicates that the topic of CD has evolved into an active and significant domain of inquiry. To date, however, there has been no unifying theoretical framework for bringing conceptual clarity to the diverse perspectives represented in the study of conduct disorder. Although existing work within particular disciplines and subdisciplines has provided substantial contributions to our understanding of CD, these accounts typically have not considered the broader matrix of complex and evolving biological, cognitive, socioemotional, representational, and social-cognitive capacities of the developing child. As a consequence, disparate theoretical formulations are often too narrow in focus to address the range of processes and mechanisms that will be necessary to explain adequately how and why manifestations of CD emerge, change overtime and are influenced by children's developmental levels.
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