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1. Haggerty RJ, Roghmann KJ, Pless IB (Eds): Child Health and the Community. New York, John Wiley & Sons, 1975.

2. Kelleher KJ, Wolraich ML. Diagnosing psychosocial problems. Pediatrics. 1995;95:899-901.

3. Costello EJ, Edelbrock C, Costello AJ, Dulcan MK, Burns BJ, Brent D. Psychopathology in pediatric primary care: the new hidden morbidity. Pediatrics. 1988;82:415-424.

4. Brandenburg NA, Friedman RM, Silver SE. The epidemiology of childhood psychiatric disorders: Prevalence findings from recent studies. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatr. 1990;29:76-83.

5. National Institute of Mental Health. National plan for research on child and adolescent mental disorders. Rockville, MD: National Institute of Mental Health, 1990.

6. Costello EJ, Costello AJ, Edelbrock C, Burns BJ, Dulcan MK, Brent D, Janiszewski S. Psychiatric disorders in pediatric primary care: Prevalence and risk factors. Arch Gen Psychiatr. 1988;45:1107-1116.

7. Costello EJ, Angold A, Burns B. et al. The Great Smoky Mountains Study of Youth: Goals, design, methods, and the prevalence of DSM III-R disorders. Arch Gen Psychiatr. 1996:53;1129-1136.

8. Lavigne JV, Binns HJ, Christoffel KK, et al. Behavioral and emotional problems among preschool children in pediatric primary care: Prevalence and pediatricians' recognition. Pediatrics. 1993;91:649-657.

9. Sharp L. Pantell RH, Murphy LO, Lewis CL. Psychosocial problems during child health supervision visits: Eliciting, then what? Pediatrics. 1992;89:619-623.

10. Institute of Medicine. Primary Care: America's Health in a New Era: Part 2: Appendixes. Washington DC, National Academy Press, in press.

11. Jellinek MS. Managed Care: good news or bad news for children? J Dev Behav Pediatr. 1994;15:273-274.

12. Costello EJ, Janiszewski S. Who gets treated? Factors associated with referral in children with psychiatric disorders. Acta Psychiatr Scandinavia. 1990;18:523-529.

13. Costello EJ: Primary care pediatrics and child psychopathology: A review of diagnostic, treatment, and referral practices. Pediatrics. 1986;78:1044-1051.

14. Starfield B: Behavioral pediatrics and primary health care. Pediatr Clinical North America. 1982;29:377-390.

15. Jellinek M. The present status of child psychiatry in pediatrics. N Engl J Med. 1982;306:1227-1230.

16. Cross-National Collaborative Group. The changing rate of major depression: Cross-national comparisons. JAMA. 1992;268:3098-3105.

17. Achenbach TM, Howell CT. Are American children’s problems getting worse?: A 13-year comparison. J. Am. Acad. Child Adolesc. Psychiatry. 1993;32(6):1145-1154.

18. Kelleher KJ, Childs G, Wasserman RC, McInerny T, Nutting P, Gardner, WP. Insurance status and the recognition of psychosocial problems: A report from the Pediatric Research in Office Settings and the Ambulatory Sentinel Practice Networks. Arch. Ped. Adolesc. Medicine. 1998;151:1109-1115

19. Ryan ND, Williamson DE, Iyengar S, Orvaschel H, Reich T, Dahl RE, Puig-Antich J. A secular increase in child and adolescent onset affective disorder. J. Am. Child Adolesc. Psychiatry. 1992;31(4):600-605.

20. Wissow LS, Roter DL, Wilson MEH. Pediatrician interview style and disclosure of psychosocial issues. Pediatrics. 1994;93(2):289-295.

21. Green M. (Ed.) Bright Futures: Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children and Adolescents. National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health, 1996.

22. American Academy of Pediatrics. The Classification of Child and Adolescent Mental Diagnoses in Primary Care: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Primary Care (DSM-PC) Child and Adolescent Version. American Academy of Pediatrics, 1996.

23. Sturner RA. Parent questionnaires: basic office equipment? J Dev Behav Pediatr. 1991;12:51-54.

24. Jellinek MS, Murphy JM, Burns BJ. Brief psychosocial screening in outpatient pediatric practice. J Pediatr. 1986;109:371-378.

25. Little M, Murphy JM, Jellinek MS, Bishop SJ, Arnett HL. Screening four and five-year-old children for psychosocial dysfunction: A preliminary study with the Pediatric Symptom Checklist. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 1994;15:191-197.

26. Jellinek MS, Murphy JM, Robinson J, et al. The Pediatric Symptom Checklist: Screening school-age children for psychosocial dysfunction. J Pediatr. 112;201-209:1988.

27. Murphy JM, Reede J, Jellinek MS, Bishop, S.J. Screening for psychosocial dysfunction in inner-city children: Further validation of the Pediatric Symptom Checklist. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatr. 1992;31:1105-1111 .

28. Jellinek MS, Bishop SJ, Murphy JM, Biederman J, Rosenbaum JF. Screening for dysfunction in the children of outpatients at a psychopharmacology clinic. Am J Psychiatr. 1991; 148:1031-1036.

29. Rauch PK, Jellinek MS, Murphy JM, Schachner L, Hansen R, Esterly NB, Prendiville J, Bishop SJ, Goshko M. Screening for psychosocial dysfunction in pediatric dermatology practice. Clinical Pediatrics. 1991; 30:493-497.

30. Murphy JM, Ichinose C, Hicks RC, Kingdon D, Crist-Whitzel J, Jordan P, Feldman G, Jellinek MS. Utility of the Pediatric Symptom Checklist as a psychosocial screen in EPSDT. J Pediatrics. 1996;129:864-869.

31. Gardner W, Murphy JM, Childs G, Kelleher K, Pagano M, Jellinek M, McInerny TK, Wasserman RC, Nutting P. The PSC-15: A Brief Pediatric Symptom Checklist with psychosocial problem subscales. A report from PROS and ASPN. Under review.

32. Pagano ME, Cassidy LJ, Murphy JM, Little M, Jellinek MS. Identifying school-age children at risk: The Pediatric Symptom Checklist as a self-report measure. Accepted at Psychology in the Schools, August 1998.

33. Jensen PJ, Bloedau L, Degroot J, Ussery T, Davis H. Children at risk: I. Risk factors and child symptomatology. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatr. 1990;29:51-59.

34. Rutter M. Epidemiological/longitudinal strategies and causal research in child psychiatry. J Am Acad Child Psychiatr. 1981;20:413-544.

35. Pfeffer CR, Plutchik R, Mizruchi MS. A comparison of psychopathology in child psychiatric inpatients, outpatients, and nonpatients: implications for treatment planning. J Nerv Ment Dis. 1986;174:529-535.

36. Orvaschel H, Weissman MM, Padian N, Lowe TL. Assessing psychopathology in children of psychiatrically disturbed parents. J Am Acad Child Psychiatr. 1981;20:112-122.

37. Earl F, Jung KG. Temperament and home environment characteristics as causal factors in the early development of childhood psychopathology. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatr. 1987;26:491-498.

38. Kashani JH, Beck NC, Burk JP. Predictors of psychopathology in children of patients with major affective disorders. Can J Psychiatr. 1987;32:287-290.

39. Jellinek MS., Murphy JM, Little M, Pagano ME, Comer D, Kelleher K. The use of the Pediatric Symptom Checklist to screen for psychosocial problems in pediatric primary care: A national feasibility study. Accepted for publication in Arch. Ped. And Adolesc. Med. 1998.

40. Pagano M, Murphy JM, Pederson M, Mosbacher D, et al. Screening for psychosocial problems in four and five year-olds during routine EPSDT examinations; Validity and reliability in a Mexican-American sample. Clinical Pediatr. 1996;35:139-146.