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Dante Cicchetti is a scientist specializing in the fields of developmental psychology and developmental psychopathology, particularly the conduct of multilevel research with high-risk and disenfranchised populations, including maltreated children and offspring of depressed parents. He currently holds a joint appointment in the University of Minnesota Medical School's psychiatry department, and Alma mater: University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, .   Support is obtained from the literature about the need for advances in the conceptualization of “social skills.” There is agreement that much is known about how to improve social skills, but less attention has been given to what to change or improve. The present article outlines a model of social skills in childhood and adolescence using the concepts and literature on symbolic Cited by: 4.   Miller PJ, Hoogstra L, Mintz J, Fung H, Williams, K: Troubles in the garden and how they get resolved: The history of a story in one child's life. eds. Nelson, CA: Memory and affect (Minnesota symposia in child psychology, vol. 26). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, Google ScholarCited by: Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology ; Collins WA, Maccoby EE, Steinberg L, Hetherington EM, Bornstein MH. Contemporary research on parenting: The case for nature and nurture. American Psychologist ;55(2)

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