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Research and Innovation on the Road to Modern Child Psychiatry

Research and Innovation on the Road to Modern Child Psychiatry
Classic Papers by Professor Sir Michael Rutter

Volume 2

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Michael Rutter, Robert Plomin, Antony Cox, Stella Egert, Daphne Holbrook, Brian Everitt, Anthony Bailey, Emily Simonoff, Andrew Pickles, Barbara Maughan, Joanne Meyer, Judy Silberg, Eric Taylor, Philip Graham, O. E. D. Chadwick, William Yule
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  • Date Published: July 2001
  • availability: Temporarily unavailable - available from TBC
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781901242638

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  • Professor Sir Michael Rutter has been, without question, the most influential and renowned child and adolescent psychiatrist of his era, both nationally and internationally. His innovative thinking and research practice has been at the forefront of research into both biological and psychosocial factors influencing child mental health and has established a developmental approach to integrating these different variables within child psychopathology. Rutter's work has also been marked by its collaborative quality with disciplines other than medicine. A remarkable number of his ideas and findings over the years have stood the test of time. This collection of some of Michael Rutter's most influential and important publications has been made with his collaboration. It includes a number of widely quoted papers from early in his career that are not otherwise easy to access, and covers papers representing the whole range of his research activities from psychiatric classification, psychosocial influences and genetic mechanisms through to the myth of adolescent turmoil. The collection contains a complete bibliography of Michael Rutter's publications to date.

    • Contains a selection made in collaboration with Professor Rutter, of his most historically important and influential publications from all stages of his career
    • Includes some key early papers which are difficult to access elsewhere. Includes a full bibliography of publications by Professor Rutter
    • Provides a convenient collection representing Michael Rutter's contribution across the range of child psychiatry research and thinking
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    • Date Published: July 2001
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781901242638
    • length: 352 pages
    • dimensions: 297 x 210 x 21 mm
    • weight: 1.05kg
    • availability: Temporarily unavailable - available from TBC
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Developmental Psychopathology:
    1. Pathways from childhood to adult life Michael Rutter
    2. Epidemiological approaches to developmental psychopathology Michael Rutter
    Part II. Genetics:
    3. Opportunities for psychiatry from genetic findings Michael Rutter and Robert Plomin
    Part III. Assessment:
    4. Classification and categorization in child psychiatry Michael Rutter
    5. Psychiatric interviewing techniques. IV. Experimental study: four contrasting styles Michael Rutter, Antony Cox, Stella Egert, Daphne Holbrook and Brian Everitt
    Part IV. Psychiatric Disorders:
    6. Genetic influences and autism Michael Rutter, Anthony Bailey, Emily Simonoff and Andrew Pickles
    7. The treatment of autistic children Michael Rutter
    8. Heterogeneity of antisocial behavior: causes, continuities, and consequences Michael Rutter, Barbara Maughan, Joanne Meyer, Andrew Pickles, Judy Silberg, Emily Smonoff and Eric Taylor
    9. Syndromes attributed to 'minimal brain dysfunction' in childhood Michael Rutter
    10. Psychological sequelae of brain damage in children Michael Rutter
    11. Adolescent turmoil: fact or fiction? Michael Rutter, Philip Graham, O. E. D. Chadwick and William Yule
    Part V. Psychosocial Risks:
    12. Maternal deprivation, 1972–8: new findings, new concepts, new approaches Michael Rutter
    13. Family and school influences on cognitive development Michael Rutter
    14. Family and school influences on behavioural development Michael Rutter
    15. Why are London children so disturbed? Michael Rutter
    Part VI. Principal Scientific Publications
    Index.

  • Editors

    Eric Taylor

    Jonathan Green

    Contributors

    Michael Rutter, Robert Plomin, Antony Cox, Stella Egert, Daphne Holbrook, Brian Everitt, Anthony Bailey, Emily Simonoff, Andrew Pickles, Barbara Maughan, Joanne Meyer, Judy Silberg, Eric Taylor, Philip Graham, O. E. D. Chadwick, William Yule

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