Course Adoption Books on History of Psychology
This book demonstrates the relevance of Adlerian therapy by illustrating how Adler's ideas influenced current practice and emphasizing the short-term nature of its interventions. In addition, the authors show how Adlerian therapy works in practice with individuals, couples, families, and groups, as well as in educational settings.
This volume gathers in one book 13 of the most thought-provoking works of the century that offer invaluable insights on suicide and on responses to it.
Critical Thinking About Psychology
This book challenges psychologists to re-examine basic assumptions of psychology so as to debunk myths and false assumptions.
This APA book analyses evolving attitudes of race within psychology and how the larger social context has affected psychology's understanding of race.
Evidence-Based Practices in Mental Health
This book, designed for mental health practitioners, trainers, and graduate students, addresses nine fundamental questions in the debate on evidence-based practices.
Great Psychologists and Their Times
This book is the first comprehensive compilation of research on the factors that contribute to great psychologists' impact on the discipline.
Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology, Volume IV
This APA book offers provocative glimpses into the lives of 21 early major psychological figures during the 19th and 20th centuries.
Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology, Volume V
The volumes in the APA Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology series chronicle the lives of these giants in the field and outline their influences on psychology today.
Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology, Volume VI
The latest in the series Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology, Vol. VI pays tribute to several big names in psychology, such as Abraham Maslow, Henry Murray, Edmund Clark Sanford, James McKeen Cattell, and more.
Psychology and the Department of Veterans Affairs
A historical resource volume that offers important insights into the expansion of psychology since WWII.
Psychology and the National Institute of Mental Health
As a history, this book reveals important insights into the remarkable expansion of psychology since World War II and illuminates the role of government in shaping the lives and practices of its citizens through its funding.
The Psychology of Rights and Duties
This cross-disciplinary book investigates how morality translates into action by presenting original psychological research on our understanding of rights and duties.
This is the second edition of a 1980 publication that was an important early contribution to the literature on the historical perspectives on psychology. The book provides the reader with a broad overview of the development of the continually evolving field of psychology.
Sexual Orientation and Mental Health
This book explores recent studies on mental health among gay men, lesbians, and bisexual men and women.
A Spiritual Strategy for Counseling and Psychotherapy, Second Edition
This book shows mental health professionals how to deal sensitively with clients whose spirituality or religion is an integral part of their lives.
Strengthening Research Methodology
This book both explores and demonstrates how measurement, methodology, and evaluation in psychology have been influenced by preeminent scholar Lee Sechrest.
The Transformation of Psychology
APA book providing a review of the intellectual, social, technological and institutional currents in the 19th Century that fostered a reappraisal of the scientific possibilities for psychology.
Virtue and Psychology
This book describes an alternative framework that not only acknowledges virtue, but also shows how values that we already hold in common may be incorporated into psychological practice, and into our lives as a whole.
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