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The 27th annual edition of this book consists of 20 articles published in 1993 and reprinted from the following journals: Child Development, Developmental Psychology, Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychological Bulletin, American Psychologist, American Journal of Psychiatry, and Pediatrics. The book includes the following chapters: "Developmental Issues"; "Gender Issues"; "Child Sexual Abuse: Psychological and Legal Issues"; "Developmental Disorders"; "Clinical Issues"; and "Special Issues," such as children as victims of war, understanding the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, and the pharmacological management of pain in children. Each of the 7 chapters of the book begins with a concise summary of the included articles, which is helpful for focusing on the most important aspects of a topic. The last 2 chapters, "Developmental Disorders" and "Special Issues," are of interest not only to psychiatrists and developmental pediatricians but also to child neurologists and general pediatricians. The discussion about the pharmacological
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