JCPP Editorial: Volume 60, Issue 11, November 2019

Louie Sandys


Senior Editorial Assistant at ACAMH

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Editorial: Navigating the science‐practice gap in child maltreatment

Charles H. Zeanah

Abstract

This issue of the Journal provides an extraordinarily rich array of timely and important investigations on topics ranging from psychotic symptoms in adolescents to several types of neurodevelopmental disorders to brain structure in young children with sleep disturbances. Papers feature longitudinal studies, a meta‐analysis, and intervention research, including follow‐up of a randomized clinical trial. Remarkably, these studies involve tens of thousands of children and adolescents residing on four continents. The longitudinal studies are especially noteworthy for their large cohorts and systematic assessments.

We hope you enjoy the full editorial of this Issue, which is free on the Wiley Online Library.

Prof. Charles Zeanah
Prof. Charles Zeanah

Professor Charles H. Zeanah is Sellars-Polchow Professor in Psychiatry and Professor in Clinical Pediatrics, and Vice-Chair for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Tulane University, USA. He is also a member of the board of directors for Zero to Three.

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