Abnormal Child Psychology: A Developmental Perspective by Linda Wilmshurst
Non-natural child psychology: The development perspective aims at undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in courses in the abnormal psychology of children and adolescents. From a development perspective, the book revolves…
Abnormal Child Psychology synopsis
Non-natural child psychology: The development perspective aims at undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in courses in the abnormalpsychology of children and adolescents. From a development perspective, the book revolves around five salient and recurring themes: the course of natural evolution goes in an organized and predictable direction; non-affective behaviors represent deviations from the natural course; the uncoordinated behavior through a series of severity (symptoms, syndromes, disturbances) Based on the degree of behavior that deviates from the norm; individual, personal, contextual and cultural factors interact in a reciprocal manner to influence natural development and abnormal deviations; theoretical inputs from diverse perspectives can guide our understanding of core processes that accelerate and sustain behaviors and processes Different Moya that may result.
The text provides students with an educational model that includes three cornerstones, which are central to the understanding of children and adolescents: the K3 model, which consists of knowledge of developmental expectations, knowledge of sources of influence, and knowledge of theoretical models. Each chapter opens with an explanation of the case to highlight the following article topics.
The chapters conclude with a summary review, a new glossary of terms and a set of review questions.
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