Social Cognition and Developmental Psychopathology addresses the important disease mechanisms present in childhood disorder, but also aims to impart a better understanding about the treatments most likely to be effective, and is an important resource for all those interested in both childhood psychiatric disorder and cognitive psychology.
Table of Contents
- 1 Introduction
- 11 Attachment, affect-regulation, and mentalization: the developmental origins of the representational affective self
- 12 Emotion understanding and developmental psychopathology in young children
- 13 Social cognition and genetics
- 14 Treatment outcome of childhood disorders: the perspective of social cognition