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Chapter 3-childhood disorders
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provides a useful approach to understanding how specific childhood disorders develop,and what happens overtime to children who develop these disorders, and what can be done to help these children.
How does development psychopathology work.
It works by integrating and coordinating a wide range of theories psychodynamic, humanistic, cognitive, behavioral, family systems, biological and sociological
what do development psycho- pathologist believe an integrated approach will do?
They assume that a wide variety of assessment,prevention and intervention techniques will guide them.
who characterized psychopathology in children as a "adaptation failure"
Mash and Dozois
Name the stages used in earlier times which were used instead of the phrase adaptation failure
delay (acquiring of language),fixation (sucking thumb) deviance(strange behavior)
The notion of "process" in development psychopathology.
with respect to processes we look at disorders as continuous with deviations ( atypical changes ) overtime
how did Shroff and Rutter define the domain of development psychopathology
the study of the origins and course of individual patterns of behavior and maladaptation.
Does Shroff and Rutter definition of DP suggest that disorders are a sudden of ongoing process.
What does development pathways illustrate
the principle that adjustment and maladjustment are point or places along the lifelong map.
what did the 2000 surgeons report on children's mental health and mental illness indicate
It highlighted children's active self-righting and self organizing tendencies,asserting that a child given context naturally adapts as much as possible to a particular environment.
what are the short and long term implications of child maladaptation
immdediate negative outcome would be aggression or over compliance from a child undergoing abuse.
Longer implication would be a child becoming over compliant and aggresive thus losing a sense of sense as they develop
Broad development pathways
include large scale goal directed patterns of feelings,thoughts and behaviors situated across multiple domains ie social competence,academic success etc
narrow development pathways
involve specific goals ie mastering a musical language, learning a second language
selecting environment and activities for children
providing attention and encouragement to children that is if children are interested in animal welfare driving them to the animal shelter to volunteer.
helping children interpret roadblocks,help avoid off ramps and help them steer clear of negative trajectories eg help children understand a loss or illness by preparing them
different beginnings results in similar outcome
sets of similar beginnings that lead to different outcomes
how does development pathways also encompass change
A child's situational and envionmental changes can reflect a change in development pathways,this can either be positive or negative
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