Developmental Psychopathology is a multidisciplinary approach to the study of processes and mechanisms involved in the emergence of psychopathology. The editors of this volume have assembled leaders in the area currently working on some of the most thorny questions challenging this nascent field. Among the topics discussed are schizophrenia, autism, depression, eating disorders, and antisocial behaviour. This volume will have considerable appeal to researchers, graduate students, and clinicians alike. Being both child-focused and adult-focused, the volume should appeal to workers with life span orientations as well as to others working in a specific area of development.