Donald K. Routh

University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, Iowa City, IA, United States 
pediatric psychology, child clinical psychology, history of psychology
"Donald Routh"
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Kazak AE, Roberts MC, Brown RT, et al. (2019) Historical Analysis: Editors' Reflections on 50 Years of the Journal of Pediatric Psychology. Journal of Pediatric Psychology
Routh DK. (2005) Historical reflection on advocacy in the psychology of intellectual disability. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology : the Official Journal For the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 53. 34: 606-11
Swierc SF, Routh DK. (2003) Introduction to the special issue on international clinical psychology. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 59: 631-4
Routh DK. (2003) Commentary: juvenile rheumatic disease as a psychosocial stressor. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 28: 41-3
Routh DK, Schroeder SR. (2003) A History of Psychological Theory and Research in Mental Retardation since World War II International Review of Research in Mental Retardation. 26: 1-59
Routh DK. (2002) American Journal on Mental Retardation: Editorial American Journal On Mental Retardation. 107: 419-420
Fishkin PE, Armstrong FD, Routh DK, et al. (2000) Brief report: relationship between HIV infection and WPPSI-R performance in preschool-age children. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 25: 347-51
Routh DK. (2000) The field of clinical psychology: a response to Thorne. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 56: 275-86
Routh DK. (2000) Clinical psychology training. A history of ideas and practices prior to 1946. The American Psychologist. 55: 236-41
Donn JE, Routh DK, Lunt I. (2000) From Leipzig to Luxembourg (via Boulder and Vail): A history of clinical psychology training in Europe and the United States Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 31: 423-428
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