sex differences, 140-141

sources of knowledge on, 120-121

timeline, 122

Brief Infant-Toddler Social and Emotional Assessment, 228

C

California, 205, 228, 322, 329, 349, 353

Carolina Abecedarian project, 158, 180, 254, 255

Carter Center Mental Health Program, 23, 25

CASASTART, 255 n.14

Casey Family Program, 175-176

Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence, 22, 185, 353

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 56, 381

Community Preventive Services Task Force, 180, 185

Guide to Community Preventive Services, 202

prevention initiatives, 180, 185, 347, 348, 349, 357

research funding, 338, 344-345

surveys, 37, 39, 40, 347, 348

Technical Assistance Centers, 357

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, 57, 381

Charge to committee, 27-31

scope of study, xiv-xv, 2, 3, 30-31

terminology, 28-30

Chicago

Child-Parent Centers, 254, 255

HIV Adolescent Mental Health Program, 170, 307

public school programs, 187, 204, 334

Child Abuse Prevention Program, 348

Child Behavior Check List, 232

Child Development project, 255 n.14

Child Development Review, 228

Child maltreatment

adversity pathway, 106

and attachment, 134-135

and brain development, 130-131

efficacy/effectiveness of interventions, 4, 152, 181

emotional abuse, 100

meta-analyses, 515

prevalence, 102

preventive interventions, 25, 158, 181, 515

protective factors, 102, 117-118

reactive interventions, 174-175

and risk of MEB disorders, 99, 100, 101, 106, 117-118, 135-136, 172

screening for, 226, 234

sexual abuse, 52, 99, 102, 103, 106, 181, 515

Child-Parent Centers, 158, 180, 254-255

Child Support Enforcement Program, 101

Child Trends, 23-24

Child Well-Being Index, 55

Children (preadolescent).

See also Child maltreatment;

Early childhood;

Family;

Infants;

Parenting;

Preschool children;

School

age at onset of MEB disorders, 49-50, 141

aggressive and antisocial behavior, 164-167

anxiety, 93, 192-193, 530

attention problems, 95

brain development, 122, 126, 127-128, 142

comorbidies, 87

competence in, 76, 77, 99, 172

depression, 106, 195-196, 523

factors that affect healthy development, 79, 211-216

interventions, 155, 161, 164-167, 192-193, 194-196

neurotoxin exposures, 214-215, 324

nutrition, 213, 215-216

peer influences, 96

PTSD, 194-195

risk factors, 63, 87, 95, 96, 99-100, 106, 108, 123, 130, 161, 523, 526, 528, 530

schizophrenia, 526

self-regulatory control, 96, 137, 141

substance abuse, 96, 528

television viewing, 215

Children’s health, defined, 68

Children’s Health Act of 2000, 41

Clarke Cognitive-Behavioral Prevention Intervention, 196, 197

Clifford Beers Foundation, 23

Coalition for Evidence-Based Policy, 23

Cochrane Collaboration, 26 n.1



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