Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development by Margaret E. Hertzig, Ellen A. Farber

By Margaret E. Hertzig, Ellen A. Farber

Annual development in baby Psychiatry and baby Development 2002 presents the most up-tp-date study and scholarship on hand within the box of kid psychiatry and baby improvement. it's a benchmark opposed to which all different contributions to the literature could be measured. psychological healthiness execs who paintings with childrens and teenagers will locate the publication useful for either its well timed details and long term reference price. Researchers will locate mammoth info in its pages for brand spanking new spheres of inquiry.

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The provision of such an estimate was the first purpose of this meta-analysis. The derivation of an overall effect size (ES), however, represents only the starting point of this meta-analysis. To avoid the pitfalls of “combining multiple studies involving specific, exotic, and diverse procedures, participants, and hypotheses and then generalizing to people in general” (Lepper, Henderlong, & Gingras, 1999, p. 671), we discuss the specifics of particular studies in a narrative format when there are few studies addressing a particularly relevant hypothesis or population and especially when samples are small or procedures flawed.

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Interviews were audiotaped and transcribed by professional transcriptionists. Four raters coded the transcripts using the classification system developed by Main and Goldwyn (1998). All coders had attended the 2-week training course sponsored by Mary Main and Erik Hesse and passed the reliability test with agreement of at least 85% with Main and Hesse. 61, for four-way classification. Given that reliability for unresolved status was lower than for other categories, all interviews were double coded for unresolved status, and disagreements were conferenced.

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