Commentary for pioneers in pediatric psychology: thirty-seven years of research, training, and clinical practice in pediatric psychology.

@article{Lavigne2013CommentaryFP,
  title={Commentary for pioneers in pediatric psychology: thirty-seven years of research, training, and clinical practice in pediatric psychology.},
  author={John V. Lavigne},
  journal={Journal of pediatric psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={38 2},
  pages={
          135-40
        }
}
I have spent a substantial portion of my career working in a hospital with pediatric inpatients and outpatients and, except for a recent 5-year interval mostly devoted to research, have generally spent half of my working time involved in clinical care. Consistent with that background, the theme I hope to address in this essay primarily involves what it was like to develop a clinical service early in the history of the field of pediatric psychology and how that service has evolved to the present… CONTINUE READING

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