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ECAP journal February 2016

Editorial
The need for evidence-based intake, progress, and outcomes assessment
Thomas M. Achenbach Pages 1-3

Review
Evidence-based treatments for youths with severely dysregulated mood: a qualitative systematic review of trials for SMD and DMDD
Xavier Benarous, Angèle Consoli, Jean-Marc Guilé Pages 5-23

Original Contribution
“Did I bring it on myself?” An exploratory study of the beliefs that adolescents referred to mental health services have about the causes of their depression
Nick Midgley, Sally Parkinson, Joshua Holmes Pages 25-34

Original Contribution
The effects of antipsychotics on weight gain, weight-related hormones and homocysteine in children and adolescents: a 1-year follow-up study
Inmaculada Baeza, Laura Vigo, Elena de la Serna Pages 35-46

Original Contribution
Defining cognitive-behavior therapy response and remission in pediatric OCD: a signal detection analysis of the Children’s Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale
Gudmundur Skarphedinsson, Alessandro S. De Nadai Pages 47-55

Original Contribution
Gestational age and chronic ‘body-mind’ health problems in childhood: dose–response association and risk factors
Frances M. Cronin, Ricardo Segurado Pages 57-65

Original Contribution
Psychosocial risk factors underlie the link between attention deficit hyperactivity symptoms and overweight at school entry
Ursula Pauli-Pott, Alexander Reinhardt Pages 67-73

Original Contribution
The prospective usefulness of callous–unemotional traits and conduct disorder in predicting treatment engagement among detained girls
Olivier F. Colins, Lore Van Damme Pages 75-85

Original Contribution
Examination of the importance of age of onset, callous-unemotional traits and anger dysregulation in youths with antisocial behaviours
Sébastien Urben, Philippe Stéphan Pages 87-97

Original Contribution
An initial study of family accommodation in children and adolescents with chronic tic disorders
Eric A. Storch, Carly Johnco, Joseph F. McGuire Pages 99-109

Original Contribution
Physical activity in European adolescents and associations with anxiety, depression and well-being
Elaine M. McMahon, Paul Corcoran, Grace O’Regan Pages 111-122

Original Contribution
Preschool hyperactivity specifically elevates long-term mental health risks more strongly in males than females: a prospective longitudinal study through to young adulthood
Elizabeth Smith, Brenda J. Meyer Pages 123-136