The FREE video below is a section of a seminar lecture given by an instructor.
Below are the PowerPoints that accompany the instructor's lecture for this track. Question 1 found at the bottom of this page.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Acosta, M. R., Triana, J., Chipatecua, A. G., Fonseca, L., & Alonso, D. (2012). Neuropsychological assessment of a preteen with conduct disorder.Psychology & Neuroscience, 5(1), 47–55.
Apsche, J. A., Bass, C. K., Zeiter, J. S., & Houston, M. A. (2008). Family mode deactivation therapy in a residential setting: Treating adolescents with conduct disorder and multi-axial diagnosis.International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy, 4(4), 328–339.
Dadds, M. R., Thai, C., Mendoza Diaz, A., Broderick, J., Moul, C., Tully, L. A., Hawes, D. J., Davies, S., Burchfield, K., & Cane, L. (2019). Therapist-assisted online treatment for child conduct problems in rural and urban families: Two randomized controlled trials.Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 87(8), 706–719.
Fanti, K. A., Kyranides, M. N., Petridou, M., Demetriou, C. A., & Georgiou, G. (2018). Neurophysiological markers associated with heterogeneity in conduct problems, callous unemotional traits, and anxiety: Comparing children to young adults. Developmental Psychology, 54(9), 1634–1649.
Forcino, S. S., Nadler, C. B., & Roberts, M. W. (2019). Parent training for middle childhood conduct problems: Child opposition to timeout and token fines. Practice Innovations, 4(1), 1–12.
Frick, P. J., Ray, J. V., Thornton, L. C., & Kahn, R. E. (2014). Can callous-unemotional traits enhance the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of serious conduct problems in children and adolescents? A comprehensive review.Psychological Bulletin, 140(1), 1–57.
Marsh, J. K., Burke, C. T., & De Los Reyes, A. (2016). The sweet spot of clinical intuitions: Predictors of the effects of context on impressions of conduct disorder symptoms.Psychological Assessment, 28(2), 181–193.
Online Continuing Education QUESTION
1 If the Conduct Disordered youth is involved in fire starting, what two
factors might you consider in your diagnosis and looking at the bigger picture?
To select and enter your answer go to CE Test.