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ISSN: 1537-4416

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Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology is a journal indexed in SJR in Clinical Psychology and Developmental and Educational Psychology with an H index of 128. It has a price of 3250 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,01 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: child, school, attachment, adolescents, children, health, adolescent, clinical, depressive, hivaids, ...

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Languages: English

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ADHD: Guides for the Perplexed Reflect the State of the Field

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Advancing Efforts to Address Youth Violence Involvement

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Antecedent-Consequence Conditions in Maternal Mood and Child Adjustment: A Four-Year Cross-Lagged Study

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Anxiety Sensitivity in Adolescents at Risk for Psychopathology

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Are the Performance Overestimates Given by Boys With ADHD Self-Protective?

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Assessing ADHD Across Settings: Contributions of Behavioral Assessment to Categorical Decision Making

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Assessing the Status of Research on Violence-Related Problems Among Youth

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Autobiographical Memory Specificity and Trauma in Inpatient Adolescents

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Bridging the Enormous Gaps of Theory With Therapy Research and Practice

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Bridging Theory and Practice: Conceptual Understanding of Treatments for Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Autism, and Depression

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Building Relationships and Combating Bullying: Effectiveness of a School-Based Social Skills Group Intervention

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Childhood Depression: Pharmacological Therapy/Treatment (Pharmacotherapy of Childhood Depression)

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Children's Responses to Overt and Relational Aggression

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Comprehensive Versus Matched Psychosocial Treatment in the MTA Study: Conceptual and Empirical Issues

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Coordination of Maternal Directives With Preschoolers' Behavior: Influence of Maternal Coordination Training on Dyadic Activity and Child Compliance

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Coping With the Stress of Parental Depression: Parents' Reports of Children's Coping, Emotional, and Behavioral Problems

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