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Novel Insights into Longstanding Theories of Bidirectional Parent–Child Influences
Relationships Between Parental Negativity and Childhood Antisocial Behavior over Time
Bidirectional Associations between Parenting Practices and Conduct Problems in Boys from Childhood to Adolescence
Reciprocal Influences Between Girls' Conduct Problems and Depression, and Parental Punishment and Warmth
Reciprocal Relationships Between Parenting Behavior and Disruptive Psychopathology from Childhood Through Adolescence
Reciprocal Associations between Boys' Externalizing Problems and Mothers' Depressive Symptoms
Commentary on Special Section on “Bidirectional Parent–Child Relationships”
Friendships with Peers Who are Low or High in Aggression as Moderators of the Link between Peer Victimization and Declines in Academic Functioning
The Shifting Subtypes of ADHD
Response Style Differences in the Inattentive and Combined Subtypes of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Empirically Derived Subtypes of Child Academic and Behavior Problems
The Impact of Impairment Criteria on Rates of ADHD Diagnoses in Preschoolers
The Positive Illusory Bias