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Child Development and Behavioral Pediatrics.

By: Bornstein, Marc H.
Contributor(s): Genevro, Janice L.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Crosscurrents in Contemporary Psychology Series: Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (207 p.).ISBN: 9781317778790.Subject(s): Pediatrics -- Psychological aspects | Sick children -- PsychologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Child Development and Behavioral PediatricsDDC classification: 618.928 LOC classification: RJ47.5.C44Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Series Prologue -- Table of Contents -- Contributors to This Volume -- 1 Child Development and Behavioral Pediatrics: An Introduction -- 2 Infantile Persistent Crying, State Regulation, and Interaction With Parents: A Systems View -- 3 Biobehavioral Reactivity and Injuries in Children and Adolescents -- 4 Young Children's Understanding of Routine Medical Care and Strategies for Coping With Stressful Medical Experiences -- 5 Anxiety in Children During the Perioperative Period
6 The Trauma and Memory of Cancer Treatment in Children -- 7 Biology, Challenge, and Coping in Adolescence: Effects on Physical and Mental Health -- 8 Commentary: Children's Health and the Development of Social Knowledge -- About the Authors -- Author Index -- Subject Index
Summary: Being sick is a normal part of childhood, and being seriously ill is the unfortunate lot of many children. Every child in the United States has some contact with the healthcare system at some time, and it is estimated that one of every two children or adolescents is hospitalized as a result of illness or injury. Being injured, undergoing routine medical procedures, getting sick, or being hospitalized confront children with challenges on many levels--physical, mental, emotional, and social. The premise of this volume is that developmental and psychological factors are central elements in many c
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Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Series Prologue -- Table of Contents -- Contributors to This Volume -- 1 Child Development and Behavioral Pediatrics: An Introduction -- 2 Infantile Persistent Crying, State Regulation, and Interaction With Parents: A Systems View -- 3 Biobehavioral Reactivity and Injuries in Children and Adolescents -- 4 Young Children's Understanding of Routine Medical Care and Strategies for Coping With Stressful Medical Experiences -- 5 Anxiety in Children During the Perioperative Period

6 The Trauma and Memory of Cancer Treatment in Children -- 7 Biology, Challenge, and Coping in Adolescence: Effects on Physical and Mental Health -- 8 Commentary: Children's Health and the Development of Social Knowledge -- About the Authors -- Author Index -- Subject Index

Being sick is a normal part of childhood, and being seriously ill is the unfortunate lot of many children. Every child in the United States has some contact with the healthcare system at some time, and it is estimated that one of every two children or adolescents is hospitalized as a result of illness or injury. Being injured, undergoing routine medical procedures, getting sick, or being hospitalized confront children with challenges on many levels--physical, mental, emotional, and social. The premise of this volume is that developmental and psychological factors are central elements in many c

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