By Harold S. Koplewicz, Emily Klass
Originally released in 1993, this identify has contributions from many across the world revered specialists from this box. The ebook covers the next parts: theories of improvement and etiology of melancholy; scientific sickness and melancholy; melancholy and different psychiatric stipulations; remedy techniques to melancholy. The publication has been written in the sort of manner that examine, scientific and psychiatric matters are simply understood. it is going to nonetheless be of curiosity and cost to paediatricians, psychological overall healthiness practitioners and researchers within the field.
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Included are passivity, cognitive deficits, sadness, low self-esteem, lack of self-control, lack of assertiveness and competitiveness. In solving interpersonal problems, they take more time, make more errors, and are less efficient than other children (Mullins, Siegel and Hodges, 1984; Schwartz, Friedman and Lindsay, 1982). 20 Anita Gurian Explanatory style and school achievement Helpless children may also have problems in academic achievement behaviors; they tend to overestimate failure and underestimate success (Dweck, 1975; Dweck and Repucci, 1973).
The personality traits which characterized the more depressed children were high anxiety, low ego strength, and oversensitivity. It is sometimes difficult to differentiate between depression and learning disability. In a study of 153 children, 53 of whom were diagnosed in their schools as having a learning disability, it was found that depression, rather than learning disability, was the major factor contributing to poor academics (Colbert et al, 1982). Abused children have been found to have higher rates of depressive symptoms, heightened externality, lowered self-esteem, and greater hopelessness about the future (Allen and Tarnowski, 1989).
Any seeming loss, rejection, or disappointment can activate this thought pattern and set off a cycle of distorted thoughts about oneself, the world, and the future, as well as withdrawal and sadness. ” “I have a huge problem. No matter what I do, I always seem to fail. At school I got an F in science, but it wasn’t my fault. I studied, and I thought I understood about earth science, but I guess it’s really too hard for me, and I just can’t get it. When I got my report card, my father was really mad.
Depression in Children and Adolescents by Harold S. Koplewicz, Emily Klass