Biological Vulnerabilities to the Development of Psychopathology - Robert O. Her systematic review focusing on childhood trauma and borderline personality disorder won her the South Australian Medical Women's Society Student Research Prize in 2003. His clinical internship was completed at Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, Arizona. Given significant advancements in understanding, preventing, and treating affective disorders amontg children and adolescents, the prevalence of depressive and anxious disorders is unnerving. Weinstein is a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. McWhinnie is a doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology program at McGill University. Indexer: Mary Mortensen Cover Designer: Edgar Abarca A Vulnerability-Stress Perspective on the Development of Psychopathology Stress has long been implicated in the etiology of a wide range of psychological disorders including depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, schizophrenia, substance abuse, personality disorders, and externalizing disorders.
Further, stress-reactive rumination moderated the mediational pathway between stress and anxiety for the total and physical anxiety symptom scales. Based on the general cognitive model of depression,39. Particular focus is given to how diathesis-stress models of vulnerability can be used to explain the interrelationship between the two disorders. He is particularly interested in research aimed at applying cognitive risk factors to predict depression and anxiety during adolescence and young adulthood and in understanding the developmental origins or cognitive vulnerability to depression. It has been 5 years since the publication of this Clinical Practice Guideline.
Many would question the premise that this photograph can inspire—the. This study extends the existing adult literature on insecure attachment as a predictor of depression and anxiety by examining these pathways in a sample of adolescents. Handbook of Depression in Children and Adolescents:. He has received New Researcher Awards from the Society of Behavioral Medicine and the American Psychological Association's Division 50 on Addictions. Attachment As Vulnerability to the Development of Psychopathology - Joanne Davila, Melissa Ramsay, Catherine B. The goal of the current volume is to present cutting-edge theory and research examining the development of psychopathology from a vulnerability-stress perspective. His doctoral research focuses on the relationships among depression, stress, and risky behaviors in adolescents.
Interaction of Biological Stress Recovery and Cognitive Vulnerability. Bauer, Isabelle, Wilansky-Traynor, Pamela, and Rector, Neil A. His research primarily involves cognitive vulnerability toward depression, with an emphasis on vulnerable self-esteem and mental control. In order to better understand why stressful life events appear to be linked to symptoms of psychopathology in some individuals but not in others, researchers have increasingly begun to conceptualize the development of psychopathology from a vulnerability-stress perspective. Last, the majority of theories of vulnerability to psychopathology have been developed by researchers working with adult populations.
His work has been recognized with awards including, most recently, the American Psychological Association's Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology. Development of Psychopathology: A Vulnerability-Stress Perspective. Physical symptoms are a major effect on children due to parental domestic. The cognitive vulnerability-stress interaction theory states that a cognitive. She holds a PhD in clinical and community psychology from the University of Oregon. Preliminary analyses indicated that whereas boys' anxiety predicted subsequent risky behavior engagement, this relationship was not significant among girls.
Further, stress-reactive rumination moderated the mediational pathway between stress and anxiety for the total and physical anxiety symptom scales. Ey S 1994 Psychosocial stress and child and adolescent depression. B-42, Panchsheel Enclave Post Box 4109 New Delhi 110 017 India Printed in the United States of America. Results from the multigroup analysis confirmed that the relationship among these variables did not differ across sex. In Study 1, concurrent associations between these constructs and depressive and anxious arousal were examined among 194 minority, underserved youth. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and serves on the editorial boards of Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, and Cognitive Therapy and Research.
Sara Steinberg is a PhD student at Stony Brook University. Empirical evidence ofcognitive vulnerability for depression among children and. Sometimes one parent is obsessed with helping the child, and the other feels left. She is currently conducting her dissertation research, which focuses on the differential relationships between specific subtypes of childhood maltreatment and adult personality disorders. He is a two-time recipient of a Young Investigator Award from the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco, from whom he also received the Ove Ferno Innovative Research on Nicotine and Tobacco Award.
Her research interests fall broadly in the area of tobacco use, with studies ranging from longitudinal examinations of the etiology of youth smoking to cessation interventions for adult smokers. His doctoral research focuses on the relationship between depression and substance abuse in adolescents. The current volume aims to provide a critical analysis of prevailing theories of vulnerability to psychopathology by placing such theories within a developmental psychopathology framework. Moreover, results of our moderated-mediation model indicate that negative cognitive styles regarding the self and cause, but not consequences, moderate the mediational pathway between peer stress and depressive symptoms. As vulnerability-stress models become increasingly used as frameworks for understanding the development of various psychopathologies, forums are needed for monitoring theoretical and empirical progress across a wide array of disorders.
He completed his predoctoral internship at Brown University Clinical Psychology Internship Consortium. Therefore, in response to such alarming data, researchers have sought to identify key etiological factors that underlie the onset and maintenance of affective disorders among youth. Vulnerability to depression in childhood. She has been involved in psychiatric research at Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, for 4 years and has coauthored seven publications. Lisa Doelger is a doctoral student in the Developmental Psychology program at Arizona State University. Conceptualizing the Role of Stressors in the Development of Psychopathology - Kathryn E.