Title

Fathers and Developmental Psychopathology

Authors

V. Phares

Document Type

Book

Publication Date

1996

Abstract

This book was written in an effort to help broaden the parental focus of the contemporary discourse on developmental psychopathology. To that end, it provides a comprehensive review of the current theory, research, and clinical issues related to the role of fathers in developmental psychopathology [in children], and takes a multidisciplinary approach, answering crucial questions.
[This book is a] resource for clinical psychologists—especially clinical child psychologists and specialists in developmental, abnormal, and family psychology . . . and ultimately all mental health practitioners who may be called upon to treat psychologically disturbed children.

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Yes

Citation / Publisher Attribution

Fathers and Developmental Psychopathology, Wiley & Sons, 405 p.

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