Clarifying risks for childhood disorders is one of the core aims of research in developmental psychopathology; disseminating findings from the most robust and clinically relevant of that risk research is a core aim of JCPP.
The signs of many mental health and neurodevelopmental conditions first appear in childhood and diagnosis can reliably be made by school age for most. Such conditions can be chronically disabling and confer significant long-term impairment.
JCPP Editorial: Painting by numbers: using modern approaches to analyse and visualise clinical and research data
By David Coghill
A new report published by Beyond Youth Custody (BYC) – a research programme led by Nacro – the crime reduction ch
The Children and young people's survey 2014 is the first national children’s survey conducted by CQC.
Findings provide initial evidence that omega-3 supplementation can produce sustained reductions in externalizing and internalizing behavior problems.
Findings of a research paper published in the Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health (JCPP)
At the end of last year, the Challenging Behaviour Foundation brought a group of academic experts together to consider the available evidence and data on children with learning disabilities and behaviour described as challenging. This work forms