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Annual Reviews по журналам "Annual Review of Clinical Psychology"

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  • Benjamin Ludy T. (Annual Reviews, 2005-04-01)
    Clinical psychology emerged as a profession in the United States in the 1890s with studies conducted by psychologists with patients in the mental asylums of that time, and with the founding of Witmer's psychological clinic, ...
  • Spirito Anthony; Esposito-Smythers Christianne (Annual Reviews, 2006-04-01)
    Suicide is the third leading cause of death in adolescence, and medically serious suicide attempts occur in approximately 3% of adolescents. This review examines a number of risk factors that contribute to suicidal behavior. ...
  • Sigman Marian; Spence Sarah J.; Wang A. Ting (Annual Reviews, 2006-04-01)
    In this review of the research literature on autism, we argue that the application of developmental and neuropsychological perspectives has contributed importantly to the understanding of the core deficits in autism and ...
  • Trull Timothy J.; Durrett Christine A. (Annual Reviews, 2005-04-01)
    We review major categorical and dimensional models of personality pathology, highlighting advantages and disadvantages of these approaches. Several analytic and methodological approaches to the question of the categorical ...
  • Cicchetti Dante; Toth Sheree L. (Annual Reviews, 2005-04-01)
    Child maltreatment exemplifies a toxic relational environment that poses significant risks for maladaptation across biological and psychological domains of development. Research on child maltreatment can inform developmental ...
  • Beck Aaron T.; Rector Neil A. (Annual Reviews, 2005-04-01)
    A theoretical analysis of schizophrenia based on a cognitive model integrates the complex interaction of predisposing neurobiological, environmental, cognitive, and behavioral factors with the diverse symptomatology. The ...
  • Mathews Andrew; MacLeod Colin (Annual Reviews, 2005-04-01)
    A review of recent research on cognitive processing indicates that biases in attention, memory, and interpretation, as well as repetitive negative thoughts, are common across emotional disorders, although they vary in form ...
  • Kihlstrom John F. (Annual Reviews, 2005-04-01)
    The dissociative disorders, including “psychogenic” or “functional” amnesia, fugue, dissociative identity disorder (DID, also known as multiple personality disorder), and depersonalization disorder, were once classified, ...
  • McFall Richard M. (Annual Reviews, 2006-04-01)
    Competing models of doctoral training in clinical psychology are described and compared within their historical contexts. Trends in the field are examined critically with a focus on the impact of managed care on doctoral ...
  • Cannon Tyrone D.; Keller Matthew C. (Annual Reviews, 2006-04-01)
    Common mental disorders such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and severe major depression are highly heritable, but differ from single-gene (Mendelian) diseases in that they are the end products of multiple causes. ...
  • Brown Gregory G.; Eyler Lisa T. (Annual Reviews, 2006-04-01)
    Functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a noninvasive, highly repeatable, and increasingly available method to study disordered brain activity among patients with psychological or neurological disorders. In this ...
  • Albert Marilyn S.; Blacker Deborah (Annual Reviews, 2006-04-01)
    Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is a clinical syndrome thought to represent the transition between normal function and dementia. This review describes data that support the existence of such a transitional phase, outlines ...
  • Fabricatore Anthony N.; Wadden Thomas A. (Annual Reviews, 2006-04-01)
    The prevalence of obesity is growing at an alarming rate. Thus, investigation into the etiology, comorbidities, and treatment of obesity has burgeoned in recent years. While novel therapies—both behavioral and pharmacological—have ...
  • Lee Duckworth Angela; Steen Tracy A.; Seligman Martin E.P. (Annual Reviews, 2005-04-01)
    Positive psychology is the scientific study of positive experiences and positive individual traits, and the institutions that facilitate their development. A field concerned with well-being and optimal functioning, positive ...
  • Keane Terence M.; Marshall Amy D.; Taft Casey T. (Annual Reviews, 2006-04-01)
    Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) results from exposure to a traumatic event that poses actual or threatened death or injury and produces intense fear, helplessness, or horror. U.S. population surveys reveal lifetime ...
  • Wilson G. Terence (Annual Reviews, 2005-04-01)
    Manual-based cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is presently the most effective treatment of bulimia nervosa. Its efficacy is limited, however. Different strategies for improving upon current manual-based CBT are discussed, ...
  • McKnight Katherine M.; Sechrest Lee; McKnight Patrick E. (Annual Reviews, 2005-04-01)
    Evidence-based policy is being encouraged in all areas of public service ( Black 2001 ). Unprecedented federal legislation reflects a faith in science “as a force for improved public policy” ( Feuer et al. 2002 ). The ...
  • Loftus Elizabeth F.; Davis Deborah (Annual Reviews, 2006-04-01)
    The issues surrounding repressed, recovered, or false memories have sparked one of the greatest controversies in the mental health profession in the twentieth century. We review evidence concerning the existence of the ...
  • Krueger Robert F.; Markon Kristian E. (Annual Reviews, 2006-04-01)
    Comorbidity has presented a persistent puzzle for psychopathology research. We review recent literature indicating that the puzzle of comorbidity is being solved by research fitting explicit quantitative models to data on ...
  • Raine Adrian (Annual Reviews, 2006-04-01)
    Schizotypal personality research holds the promise of critically important insights into the etiology and ultimate prevention of schizophrenia. This article provides a critical overview of diagnostic, developmental, ...