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Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Volume 46, Number 2, 2005

Editorial
pp. 113-114(2)

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Practitioner Review: The contribution of attachment theory to child custody assessments
pp. 115-127(13)
Authors: Byrne, J. G.; O'Connor, T. G.; Marvin, R. S.; Whelan, W. F.

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The Stroop revisited: a meta-analysis of interference control in AD/HD
pp. 150-165(16)
Authors: Mourik, R.; Oosterlaan, J.; Sergeant, J. A.

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Comparison of the DSM-IV combined and inattentive types of ADHD in a school-based sample of Latino/Hispanic children
pp. 166-179(14)
Authors: Bauermeister, J. J.; Matos, M.; Reina, G.; Salas, C. C.; Martinez, J. V.; Cumba, E.; Barkley, R. A.

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Evaluation of a classroom program of creative expression workshops for refugee and immigrant children
pp. 180-185(6)
Authors: Rousseau, C.; Drapeau, A.; Lacroix, L.; Bagilishya, D.; Heusch, N.

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Aggression, social cognitions, anger and sadness in bullies and victims
pp. 186-197(12)
Authors: Camodeca, M.; Goossens, F. A.

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Foetal testosterone, social relationships, and restricted interests in children
pp. 198-210(13)
Authors: Knickmeyer, R.; Baron-Cohen, S.; Raggatt, P.; Taylor, K.

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Resting cortical brain activity and social behavior in higher functioning children with autism
pp. 211-222(12)
Authors: Sutton, S. K.; Burnette, C. P.; Mundy, P. C.; Meyer, J.; Vaughan, A.; Sanders, C.; Yale, M.

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George and Sam
pp. 223-224(2)
Author: Wolff, S.

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