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Volume 25, Issue 5, May 2016

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ECAP journal February 2016

Editorial
Resilience, risk, mental health and well-being: associations and conceptual differences
Frauke Schultze-LutterBenno G. SchimmelmannPages 459-466

Review
A systematic review of psychosocial suicide prevention interventions for youth
Alison L. CalearHelen ChristensenPages 467-482

Original Contribution
Longitudinal associations between social anxiety symptoms and cannabis use throughout adolescence: the role of peer involvement
Stefanie A. NelemansWilliam W. Hale IIIPages 483-492

Original Contribution
Unpacking the associations between heterogeneous externalising symptom development and academic attainment in middle childhood
Praveetha PatalayElian FinkPeter FonagyPages 493-500

Original Contribution
Mental health care use in adolescents with and without mental disorders
Frederike JörgEllen VisserJohan OrmelPages 501-508

Original Contribution
Interactive effects of BDNF Val66Met genotype and trauma on limbic brain anatomy in childhood
Hilary A. MarusakNisha KuruvadiAngela M. VilaPages 509-518

Original Contribution
Early childhood psychological factors and risk for bedwetting at school age in a UK cohort
Carol JoinsonSarah SullivanPages 519-528

Original Contribution
Brain structural deficits and working memory fMRI dysfunction in young adults who were diagnosed with ADHD in adolescence
Andres Roman-UrrestarazuPäivi LindholmPages 529-538

Original Contribution
The association between ethnicity and care pathway for children with emotional problems in routinely collected child and adolescent mental health services data
Julian Edbrooke-ChildsRobbie NewmanPages 539-546

Original Contribution
Associations between high callous–unemotional traits and quality of life across youths with non-conduct disorder diagnoses
Pierre C. M. HerpersHelen KlipPages 547-555

Brief Report
Anxiety in childhood across the globe: findings from meta-regression analyses of the past 15 years (1998–2013)
N. P. GosmannL. V. VazD. A. DeSousaPages 557-561

ESCAP Communication
The state of child and adolescent psychiatry in Slovenia: a brief report
Pages 563-565