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Conduct disorder and underachievement : risk factors, assessment, treatment, and prevention

Author: Harvey P Mandel
Publisher: New York : Wiley, ©1997.
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"Much has been unearthed in recent years about the origins and development of conduct disorder (CD) in children and adolescents. Yet there is still considerable disagreement about the role academic underachievement plays in CD. Is underachievement a contributing factor to or a result of CD? While the jury is still out on this issue, one thing is certain: eventually, the relationship between them becomes a  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Mandel, Harvey P.
Conduct disorder and underachievement.
New York : Wiley, ©1997
(OCoLC)645707633
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Harvey P Mandel
ISBN: 0471131474 9780471131472
OCLC Number: 34824276
Description: xii, 292 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Conduct disorder : criteria, course, risk factors, and differential diagnosis --
Assessment --
Treatment --
Prevention --
Academic underachievement and conduct disorder --
Individual cognitive therapy of CD underachievers --
Frequently asked questions about CD underachievers --
Appendix. Instruments and procedures to assess conduct disorder.
Responsibility: Harvey P. Mandel.
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"Much has been unearthed in recent years about the origins and development of conduct disorder (CD) in children and adolescents. Yet there is still considerable disagreement about the role academic underachievement plays in CD. Is underachievement a contributing factor to or a result of CD? While the jury is still out on this issue, one thing is certain: eventually, the relationship between them becomes a dialectical one - bad grades and antisocial behavior usually go hand in hand. Can this seemingly facile observation provide the basis for interventioins with certain types of conduct disorders? In Conduct Disorder and Underachievement, a leading authority on underachievement answers that question with a resounding "Yes" and demonstrates how." "Through the window of two case histories complete with test results and diagnostic interviews, Dr. Mandel explores the full range of assessment issues, critically examines predominant treatment strategies, and provides helpful prevention guidelines." "Combining a comprehensive review of the latest findings with a dynamic new approach to intervention, Conduct Disorder and Underachivement is a valuable resource for mental health professionals, guidance counselors, and educators who deal with this increasingly common problem."--Jacket.

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