Course Adoption Books on Gender
This APA assesses research on adolescent girls from a variety of racial, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds to present a view of them that emphasizes their strengths as well as their challenges.
This book provides up-to-date coverage of how psychology grapples with the troubling relationship between psychological health and body image.
Fear of Intimacy
This APA book was written for therapists as well as couples working to improve their interpersonal intimate relationships and is packed with various case studies and personal accounts.
In the Room With Men
This book explores theories of masculinities, current research on the psychology of men, and how these ideas are applied in clinical practice.
This APA books contends that Darwin’s theory of sexual selection is the best vehicle for studying how men and women pursue one of life’s most fundamental goals—survival through reproduction.
The Psychodynamics of Gender and Gender Role
This APA book reviews cutting-edge empirical research in the psychoanalytic theories of gender and gender role, including child development, defense and coping, and psychopathology.
Psychology and Economic Injustice
Drawing from diverse sources, the authors present data on social class and poverty, and tie these to social psychology and feminist perspectives.
Relationships Among Asian American Women
This APA book brings insight into Asian American women's lives by a scientific exploration of the relationships they form together.
Sexism and Stereotypes in Modern Society
Using Janet Spence's seminal work as a starting point, the distinguished contributors to this volume examine how gender defines male and female behaviors.
Sexuality, Society and Feminism
In this edited APA book, top feminist scholars apply a feminist lens to the ways American society defines and shapes women's sexuality.
Spiritual Approaches in the Treatment of Women With Eating Disorders
This book is for the practitioner who is curious about how to incorporate therapy that draws on clients' spirituality or religious background as a resource for recovery from eating disorders.
Teaching and Social Justice
This book provides psychologists and educators with a foundation to create their own multicultural feminist pedagogy.
Why Aren't More Women in Science?
The most reliable and current knowledge about women’s participation in science is presented in this collection of fifteen essays written by top researchers on gender differences in ability.
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