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TitleDevelopmental-Behavioral Disorders [electronic resource] : Selected Topics / edited by Marvin I. Gottlieb, John E. Williams
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1991
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-3714-4
Descript XXVI, 363 p. online resource

SUMMARY

We are most pleased to present Volume 3 of Developmental-Behavioral Disorders: Selected Topics, designed to serve as a companion for standard reference textbooks that address cogent issues in developmental pediยญ atrics. Periodic publications such as Selected Topics and theme-related articles, as well as continuing education programs, attempt to suppleยญ ment in a timely fashion the rapidly changing knowledge base in develยญ opmental-behavioral pediatrics. These media are important as forums for enhancing the quality of clinical practice, teaching skills, and reยญ search activities. The need is critical for periodically disseminating and updating information about issues in developmental medicine, in as much as this field of study continues to expand at a meteoric pace. During the past several decades, developmental medicine has been recognized as a defined subspecialty in pediatrics. The spectrum of problems encompassed by this discipline is relatively broad and at times clinically overwhelming. The ultimate goal of preventing delays, disorยญ ders, and/or dysfunctions from becoming chronic handicapping condiยญ tions has, by volume per se, created clinical dilemmas for pediatric health care providers. There are numerous facets of providing efficient and effective care, which in the field of developmental-behavioral pediatrics are often exaggerated impediments to the delivery of services by priยญ mary health care specialists, e. g. , time, clinical skills, need for interยญ disciplinary management, medical-legal responsibilities, financial reimยญ bursements. These issues, as well as clinical problems, are still very much part of the information base to be disseminated to concerned proยญ fessionals


CONTENT

I. Introduction: General Issues in Developmental Disorders -- 1 State of the Worldโ{128}{153}s Children: Developmental-Behavioral Disorders in a Global Context -- 2 PL 99-457: A New Challenge and Responsibility for Physicians -- 3 An Ethical Issue in Developmental Pediatrics: Analysis and Discussion of a Case History -- 4 A Physicianโ{128}{153}s Primer of Developmental and Psychologic Test Instruments -- II. Developmental Disorders -- 5 Neonatal Brain Care: Does Early Developmental Intervention Work? -- 6 Early Identification of Cerebral Palsy -- 7 Movement Disorders and Paroxysmal Behaviors in Children and Adolescents -- 8 Epilepsy: Implications for Intelligence, Learning, and Behavior -- 9 Learning Disabilities: โ{128}{156}The Good News/The Bad Newsโ{128}{157} -- 10 Lessons Iโ{128}{153}ve Learned from Learning Disabilities -- 11 Head Injury: After Acute Care, Then What? -- 12 Clefting Syndromes: A Review -- 13 Fragile X Syndrome -- 14 Downโ{128}{153}s Syndrome -- 15 Controversial Therapies in Developmental Disabilities -- III. Neurobehavioral and Emotional Disorders -- 16 Neuropharmacological Therapies: Potential Neurodevelopmental and Behavioral Complications -- 17 Attention Deficit Disorder: All You Wanted to Know but Were Afraid to Ask -- 18 Anticipatory Guidance: New Responsibilities for Pediatricians -- 19 When Baby Just Wonโ{128}{153}t Sleep -- 20 Toilet Training Refusal: Avoid the Battle and Win the War -- 21 Interview and Intervention Strategies for Adolescents -- 22 The Sexually Active Adolescent -- 23 Divorce: Stopping the Mayhem -- IV. General Issues -- 24 The Parent-Physician Relationship: An Essay on Bonding -- 25 Family and Career: Some Personal Reflections


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