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Tables of Contents for Conduct Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence
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1. Bad behaviour: an historical perspective on disorders of conduct E. Jane Costello and Adrian Angold
2. Can the study of 'normal' behaviour contribute to an understanding of conduct disorder? Robert A. Hinde
3. The development of children's conflict and prosocial behaviour: lessons from research on social understanding and gender Judy Dunn
4. Neural mechanisms underlying aggressive behaviour Joe Herbert and Manuela Martinez
5. Biosocial influences on antisocial behaviours in childhood and adolescence Jonathan Hill
6. The epidemiology of disorders of conduct: nosological issues and comorbidity Adrian Angold and E. Jane Costello
7. Conduct disorder in context Barbara Maughan
8. Genetic influences on conduct disorder Emily Simonoff
9. The role of neuropsychological deficits in conduct disorders Donald R. Lynam and Bill Henry
10. A reinforcement model of conduct problems in children and adolescents: advances in theory and intervention Jeff Keisner, Thomas J. Dishion and Franç
ois Poulin
11. Perceptual and attributional processes in aggression and conduct problems Gregory S. Pettit, Jodi A. Polaha and Jacquelyn Mize
12. Attachment and conduct disorder Michelle DeKlyen and Matthew L. Speltz
13. Friends, friendships and conduct disorders Frank Vitaro, Richard E. Tremblay and William Bukowski
14. Discontinuities of development, with particular emphasis on emotional and cognitive components of disruptive behaviour Rolf Loeber and John Coie
15. Treatment of conduct disorders Alan E. Kazdin
16. The prevention of conduct disorder: a review of successful and unsuccessful experiments David LeMarquand, Richard E. Tremblay and Frank Vitaro
17. Economic evaluation and conduct disorders Martin Knapp
18. Antisocial children grown up Barbara Maughan and Michael Rutter