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Achenbach, T. M. (1990). Conceptualisation of developmental psychopathology. In M. Lewis, & M. Miller (Eds.), Handbook of developmental psychopathology (pp. 3–14). New York: Plenum Press

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). Kangaroo mother care: 25 years after. Acta Pediatrica, 94 (5), 514–522. Cicchetti, D., & Cohen, D. J. (Eds.) (2006). Developmental Psychopathology. Volume One: Theory and Method; Volume Three: Risk, Disorder and Adaptation

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–438. Cicchetti, D., & Valentino, K. (2006). An Ecological-Transactional Perspective on Child Maltreatment: Failure of the Average Expectable Environment and Its Influence on Child Development. In D. Cicchetti, & D. J. Cohen (Eds.), Developmental Psychopathology

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Authors: Adrien Bóna, Bernadette Kun, Gyöngyi Kökönyei and Zsolt Demetrovics

A szelf-szabályozás, ezen belül az érzelemszabályozás fejlődése és a fejlődés zavarai, illetve összefüggésük különböző pszichopatológiai állapotokkal az utóbbi években egyre nagyobb hangsúlyt kaptak a klinikai kutatásokban. Jelen tanulmányban egyrészt az érzelemszabályozás zavarait és fejlődéslélektani vonatkozásait tekintjük át, különös figyelemmel a fejlődési pszichopatológiai vonatkozásokra. Másrészt a maladaptív szabályozási mechanizmusok szerepét vizsgáljuk két klinikai vonatkozásban; az addikciók és az evési zavarok kapcsán. Mindkét zavar közös jellemzője a szabályozási deficit, különös tekintettel az affektusok szabályozásának nehézségeire. A tanulmány végén amellett érvelünk, hogy a maladaptív vagy diszfunkcionális érzelemszabályozási technikák legjobban mint transzdiagnosztikus rizikó- és/vagy fenntartó tényezők érthetők meg.

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Hooley , J.M. & J.E. Richters (1995) ‘Expressed Emotion: A Developmental Perspective’ in D. Cicchetti & S.L. Toth , eds., Rochester Symposium on Developmental Psychopathology, Emotion Cognition, and Representation VI:6 (U of Rochester: New

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. Garmezy , N. Z. ( 1985 ). Stress-resistant children: The search for protective factors . In J. E. Stevenson (Ed.), Recent research in developmental psychopathology (pp. 213 – 233 ). New York : Pergamon Press

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. (2001). Early separation anxiety and its relationship to adult anxiety disorders. In M.W. Vasey, & M.R. Dadds (Eds.), The Developmental Psychopathology of Anxiety (459–480) . Oxford: Oxford University Press Schmidt, N

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The present study examines psychopathic deviate tendency and psychopathology relationships and the possible gender differences in them in an Iranian adolescents and youth sample. The sample included 106 adolescents (55 females and 51 males) and 94 youth (45 females and 49 males) that were randomly selected from Eghlid city, Fars province, Iran. We speculated a possible linkage between psychopathology and psychopathic deviate tendency among adolescents and youth on the basis of developmental psychopathology and related literature. A demographic questionnaire, the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory–2, scale–4, and the Symptom Check List 90 Revised were used in this study. Analysis indicated that psychopathic deviate tendency and psychopathology indices were linearly related in adolescents and youth. There are significant positive correlation coefficients between the psychopathic deviate tendency and psychopathology including somatisation, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, interpersonal sensitivity, aggression, phobia, paranoid ideation, psychosis, atypical factors and SCL–90–R. However, significant correlations between psychopathic deviate tendency, somatisation and phobia are elements that give a new insight into this research. A multivariate analysis of variance conducted by gender, age group and gender-age group interaction as independents and the psychopathic deviate tendency and psychopathology indices as dependents variables that reject their significant effects in both dependents’ variables. Finally, the multiple regressions indicated that paranoid ideations, somatisation and aggression, somatisation, depression, and somatisation predict psychopathic deviate tendency in females, males, adolescence, youth, and total sample respectively.

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, Yair (2006) Attachment, stress, and psychopathology: A Developmental Pathways Model. In Cicchetti , D., Cohen , D. (eds) Developmental Psychopathology. Vol. 2 . 293–332. John Wiley & Sons, New Jersey Le

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.C., Patterson, G.R. (1995): The development and ecology of antisocial behavior. In: Cicchetti, D., Cohen, D.J. (Eds). Developmental Psychopathology. Vol. 2: Risk, disorder and adaptation. John Wiley & Sons, New York, 421–471. Dodge

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