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- 1 IntroductionAmy Krain Roy, Melissa A. Brotman, and Ellen Leibenluft
- 2 Epidemiology of Pediatric IrritabilityGiovanni Abrahão Salum
- 3 Measurement of Irritability in Children and AdolescentsMerelise Ametti and Robert R. Althoff
- 4 Behavioral and Psychophysiological Investigations of IrritabilityMariah DeSerisy and Christen M. Deveney
- 5 Early Childhood Irritability: Using a Neurodevelopmental Framework to Inform Clinical UnderstandingM. Catalina Camacho, Lauren S. Wakschlag, and Susan B. Perlman
- 6 Irritability Development from Middle Childhood Through Adolescence: Trajectories, Concurrent Conditions, and OutcomesCynthia Kiefer and Jillian Lee Wiggins
- 7 On Being Mad, Sad, and Very Young Michael Potegal
- 10 Irritability and Disruptive Behavior DisordersJoel Stoddard, Valerie Scelsa, and Soonjo Hwang
- 11 Irritability in Pediatric Psychopathology: AutismCarla A. Mazefsky, Taylor N. Day, and Joshua Golt
- 12 Irritability in Mood and Anxiety DisordersPablo Vidal-Ribas Belil and Argyris Stringaris
- 13 Behavioral Interventions for Irritability in Children and AdolescentsDenis G. Sukhodolsky, Theresa R. Gladstone, Carolyn L. Marsh, and Kimberly R. Cimino
- 14 Pharmacological Treatment of Pediatric IrritabilityDaniel P. Dickstein and Rachel E. Christensen