Course Adoption Books on Education and Learning
- American Psychology & Schools
This APA book (co-published by Teachers College Press) critiques the current role and historical disinterest of American psychology in schools, including discussion of the Columbine incident and testing issues.
- Bullying Prevention
In this book, the authors bring together years of experience in research and applied behavioral sciences to show how educators, school psychologists, counselors, and other professionals can address the problem of bullying and aggression in schools.
- Counseling the Procrastinator in Academic Settings
This book presents theories of procrastination and provides an overview of recent research. In addition, a number of counseling methods for use in academic settings are described, with the aim of promoting new intervention that can lead to change.
- Creating Culturally Responsive Classrooms
Drawing on cognitive and educational research along with specific information about different ethnocultural groups, this book explores different cultures, styles of learning, and styles of behavior that today's teachers will encounter among their students.
- The Dependent Patient
This book presents an integrated, empirically based framework for diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of dependent psychotherapy patients.
- Developing Individuality in the Human Brain
This book describes the breadth of Michael I. Posner's influence on the field of cognitive, affective, and developmental neurosciences.
- Empirically Based Play Interventions for Children
This book is a compilation of innovative, well-designed play interventions, presented for the first time in one text.
- Enhancing Relationships Between Children and Teachers
This APA book focuses on the complexity of the child-teacher relationship and how school psychologists can help teachers understand the myriad of factors involved in their classroom relationships.
- Experimental Cognitive Psychology and Its Applications
This book brings together distinguished experimental psychologists who explain how their research findings can be applied in daily life.
- How Students Learn
In this APA book, leaders in psychological and educational communities suggest that successful school reform must uphold standards and recognize students' differences and learning styles.
- Internships in Psychology
This updated third edition provides doctoral-level psychology students with all of the resources needed to successfully navigate the internship application process, including helpful checklists and sample essays.
- Learning and Individual Differences
This APA book demonstrates where the field of research in learning and individual differences has been, where it is today, and where the challenges are for tomorrow.
- Motivating Hard to Reach Students
Motivating Hard to Reach Students helps identify teacher qualities that have proven effective in drawing out students' natural motivation.
- Optimal Data Analysis
This guidebook is a powerful new tool for examining information and making predictions.
- The Origin of Mind
This ground-breaking book sets out a comprehensive, integrated theory of why and how the human mind has developed to function as it does.
- Overcoming Student Failure
The authors of this book believe that the reasons for learning, or not learning, are greatly dependent on the kinds of incentives that prevail in the classroom.
- A Place to Call Home
This book demonstrates that after-school clubs offer critical resources to urban youth in their passage to adulthood.
- Preventing Violence
This is the only book available that offers current data-based analyses from leaders in violence prevention with a strong scientific perspective.
- Preventing Youth Violence in a Multicultural Society
This book highlights the importance of creating culturally compatible interventions to stop violence among the youngest members of diverse populations.
- Psychosocial Treatments for Child and Adolescent Disorders
This book describes the empirically supported treatments for the major mental disorders encountered in practice for children and adolescents, such as anxiety, affective, attention deficit, autistic, and conduct disorders.
- Reviewing Scientific Works in Psychology
This book brings together highly experienced reviewers who explain what a good scholarly review should do, share their experiences, and take the reader step-by-step through the review process.
- School Refusal Behavior in Youth
APA book offers an overview of the historical context and common strategies for treating school refusal with an empirically based approach to treatment.
- Setting Standards in Graduate Education
This book traces the history of accreditation of programs in psychology, from the late 1940s to the turn of the century.
- Stalking in Children and Adolescents
APA book reviews current research on stalking and obsessional harassment and recommendations for assessment and treatment of young stalking victims and perpetrators.
- Teaching and Social Justice
This book provides psychologists and educators with a foundation to create their own multicultural feminist pedagogy.
- Teaching for Thinking
This volume is undergirded with an empirically validated and classroom-tested psychological theory that lays out the three ways of thinking and the cognitive processes that underlie them.
- Teaching Gender and Multicultural Awareness
This book provides information about how to integrate topics of diversity into a variety of psychology courses and programs of study.