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  • Most Cited JCPP Articles #42 of 60

    Most cited JCPP papers #42 of 60: Sensory Experiences Questionnaire: discriminating sensory features in young children with autism, developmental delays, and typical development

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  • Most Cited JCPP Articles #43 of 60

    Most cited JCPP papers #43 of 60: Preventing conduct problems and improving school readiness: evaluation of the Incredible Years Teacher and Child Training Programs in high‐risk schools

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  • Most Cited JCPP Articles #44 of 60

    Most cited JCPP papers #44 of 60: Children with Autism Show Local Precedence in a Divided Attention Task and Global Precedence in a Selective Attention Task

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  • Most Cited JCPP Articles #45 of 60

    Most cited JCPP papers #45 of 60: Programs for parents of infants and toddlers: recent evidence from randomized trials

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  • Reflections on JCPP at 60… Professor Cathy Lord

    For me, JCPP represented my growing awareness of the field of developmental psychopathology and the possibility that clinicians and researchers could work together to better understand how children and adolescents and families developed over time in a way that helped us better help others.

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  • Most Cited JCPP Articles #46 of 60

    Most cited JCPP papers #46 of 60: Longitudinal pathways linking child maltreatment, emotion regulation, peer relations, and psychopathology

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  • Most Cited JCPP Articles #47 of 60

    Most cited JCPP papers #47 of 60: THE MILLER, EMANUEL MEMORIAL LECTURE 1992 THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF RESILIENCE

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  • Most Cited JCPP Articles #47 of 60

    Most cited JCPP papers #47 of 60: The development of arithmetical abilities

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  • Most Cited JCPP Articles #49 of 60

    Most cited JCPP papers #49 of 60: Deliberate self‐harm within an international community sample of young people: comparative findings from the Child & Adolescent Self‐harm in Europe (CASE) Study

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  • Most Cited JCPP Articles #50 of 60

    Most cited JCPP papers #50 of 60: Cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety in children with autism spectrum disorders: a randomized, controlled trial

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