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- Chapter 1 Introduction: Theoretical and Conceptual Issues Lloyd A. Wells
- Chapter 2 Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Conceptual and Diagnostic Issues Fayez El-Gabalawi
- Chapter 3 The Concept of Disease and Our Responsibility for Children Leen De Vreese
- Chapter 4 Child and Adolescent Psychiatry between Neuroscience and the Family Perspective: A Pragmatist Approach Jorid Moen
- Chapter 5 Comorbidity in Child Psychiatric Diagnosis: Conceptual Complications Benjamin J. Lovett and S. Brian Hood
- Chapter 6 Are Relationship Problems Disorders? Christian Perring
- Chapter 7 “Moving Parts Get Broken”: Neuroimaging Research and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Robyn Bluhm
- Chapter 8 Psychiatric Nosology in Children and Adolescents: Past, Present, Future Lloyd A. Wells
- Chapter 9 Introduction: Diagnostic and Clinical Issues Regarding Particular Disorders Lloyd A. Wells
- Chapter 10 Conduct Disorder as a Vice-Laden Diagnostic Concept John Z. Sadler
- Chapter 11 Conduct Disorder: Pathologizing the Normal? Sara Worley
- Chapter 12 Depression in Children and Adolescents Jennifer Vande Voort
- Chapter 13 Juvenile Bipolar Disorder in Historical Perspective Lloyd A. Wells
- Chapter 14 The Beginning of Wisdom is Calling Things by Their Right Name: A Critique of the Broad Concept of Pediatric Bipolar Disorder Using the Robins and Guze Model Bhanu Prakash Kolla