Fathers and Developmental Psychopathology
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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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Fathers and Developmental Psychopathology, Wiley & Sons, 405 p.
Scholar Commons Citation
Phares, V., "Fathers and Developmental Psychopathology" (1996). Psychology Faculty Publications. 1034.