"This volume provides a thorough and well-balanced review of the topic of conduct disorders in childhood and adolescence. An opening chapter gives the reader a good sense of the nature, complexity, and magnitude of the problem for parents, caretakers, and mental health professionals; the remainder of the book explains what we currently know about children and adolescents with behavior problems. One chapter each is devoted to diagnosis and assessment, characteristics of the disorder, treatment, prevention, and directions for future research and social policy."
--Matthjis Koopmans in Journal of Adolescence
"This is another excellent little book, in the Sage Developmental Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry Series. Read and enjoy.
--Ewen Rennie in BPS Division of Educational & Child Psychology