Books by Subject


  • 2011From: Springer
    Gerald Young.
    1. Overview of the present work -- 2. The biopsychosocial and bio-personal-social models -- 3. Piaget and development -- 4. The present cognitive-affective stage model: I cognition -- 5. The present models: II postformal stage, neo-Eriksonian parallels, systems -- 6. Substages in the neo-piagetian models of Case, Fischer, and Young -- 7. Parallels in cognitive substages and socioaffectivity in Case -- 8. Parellels in cognitive substages and socioaffectivity in Fischer -- 9. Case and Fischer on language and the brain -- 10. Recent Case and colleagues -- 11. Further Fischer: comprehensive summary, adult development -- 12. Recent Fischer: emotional development -- 13. Self-development -- 14. Cognitive (mis)perception of the self and other -- 15. Social cognition/theory of mind -- 16. Self-definition and relatedness/self-regulation in development -- 17. Cognitive/socioaffective complexes and multiple intelligences -- 18. Postformal thought: commons' model -- 19. Development of personality and motivational needs -- 20. Socioemotional systems and neo-Eriksonian dangers -- 21. Approaches to emotions -- 22. Emotional development in infancy -- 23. Attachment basics -- 24. Internal working models and social self working schemata -- 25. Development of hemispheric specialization -- 26. Lateralization and developing cognition -- 27. Systems and development -- 28. Attractors, complexity -- 29. Causes and determinants of behavior -- 30. Gene-environment interactions: other topics --31. Stages and change in development and other systems -- 32. Collective intelligence and multilevel selection -- 33. Narrative discourse coding: cohesion in children's narratives -- 34. Narrative discourse coding: syntactic complexity-errors -- 35. Book conclusions.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Daniel L. Segal, Michel Hersen, editors.
    Basic issues in interviewing and the interview process / Daniel L. Segal, Andrea June, and Meghan A. Marty -- Interviewing strategies. rapport, and empathy / Catherine Miller -- Presenting problem, history of presenting problem, and social history / Philinda Smith Hutchings and Thomas B. Virden -- Mental status examination / Michael Daniel and Jessica Gurczynski -- Dealing with defense and defensiveness in interviews / Steven N. Gold and Yenys Castillo -- Consideration of neuropsychological factors in interviewing / Brian Yochim -- Anxiety disorders / Rose C. Smith ... [et al.] -- Mood disorders / Leilani Feliciano and Amber M. Gum -- Schizophrenia / Wendy N. Tenhula and Jason Peer -- Personality disorders / Brian P. O'Connor and Edouard S. St. Pierre -- Alcohol problems / David C. Hodgins, Katherine Diskin, and Jonathan N. Stea -- Drug abuse / Jessica F. Magidson, Marina A. Bornovalova, and Stacey B. Daughters -- Sexual dysfunctions and deviations / Caroline F. Pukall, Marta Meana, and Yolanda Fernandez -- Eating disorders / Risa J. Stein, Ryan D. Field, and John P. Foreyt -- Psychophysiological disorders / Ivan R. Molton and Katherine A. Raichle -- Posttraumatic stress disorder / Erin Smith and Sheila A.M. Rauch -- Marital dyads / William Fals-Stewart, Wendy K.K. Lam, and Michelle L. Kelley -- Children / Mary Ashton Phillips and Alan M. Gross -- Sexually and physically abused children / Grace S. Hubel, Mary Fran Flood, and David J. Hansen -- Older adults / Christine Gould, Barry A. Edelstein, and Caroline Ciliberti -- Interviewing inheathh psychology and medical settings / Jay M. Behel and Bruce Rybarczyk.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Ralph M. Trüeb.
    You could read every textbook available on hair growth and disorders, and still not be able to treat hair loss effectively. In every art, there are many techniques, but few principles. The only way to achieve success is to have a firm foundation of principles to build upon, and the right attitude about how to achieve your goals. This book offers a detailed guide that goes beyond the technical aspects of trichology and evidence based medicine, providing specialists and primary care physicians experienced in the basic management of hair loss with the additional know-how they need to master the ultimate challenge of difficult hair loss patients. First, the prerequisites for successful management of hair loss are reviewed ? basically, making a diagnosis and understanding the patient and his or her problem. Then, guidelines on the management of difficult dermatologic conditions and of psychopathological disorders associated with hair loss are provided. Lastly, important aspects of follow-up are covered?specifically the problems of adverse effects, patient non-compliance, and their management?before concluding with exemplary case studies of successful treatment of alopecia and related conditions.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Sergio V. Delgado, Jeffrey R. Strawn.
    This innovative and important book describes a practical and clinically-relevant approach to the 'difficult' psychiatric consultation. The authors systematically examine psychodynamic theories, family systems theories, and legal and ethical aspects of these consultations. Difficult Psychiatric Consultations: An Integrated Approach is unique compared to most psychiatric texts, in that it weaves traditional concepts in understanding a person and their family with contemporary developmental and relational concepts. The importance of these concepts, when applied to the study of the complexities and the interplay between patients, treatment teams and patients' families in today's medical centers, is brought to life through rich, real-life clinical examples. These powerful clinical vignettes allow the reader to put himself in the psychiatric consultant's shoes as he navigates practical interventions to improve the outcomes of 'difficult' consultations. To that end, the authors provide tables to outline pre and post diagnosis observable patterns of the parties involved in the psychiatric consultation. This book has much to offer to general psychiatrists, child and adolescent psychiatrists, psychiatric residents, psychologists, nurse practitioners and social workers.
  • 2014From: OSO
    Jeanne Bamberger.
  • prepared for Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ; prepared by, RTI International-University of North Carolina Evidence-based Practice Center ; investigators, Tammeka Swinson Evans, Nancy Berkman, Carrie Brown, Bradley Gaynes, Rachel Palmieri Weber.
    BACKGROUND: Adults with serious mental illness (SMI) often experience gaps in access to needed health care compared with other populations. Such disparities may be even more pronounced between certain groups of patients with SMI, differing by race, ethnicity, gender, economic disadvantage (including housing stability) and socioeconomic status, and geographic location (chiefly, rural versus urban residence); disparities arise as well for individuals identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) and those who have difficulty communicating in English (because it is a second language). PURPOSE: The primary goal of this Technical Brief is to describe and review the effectiveness of interventions that address disparities among adult patients with SMI in these important groups. METHODS: We reviewed the published and gray literature and interviewed Key Informants (KIs) to address four Guiding Questions (GQs). The four refined GQs for this Technical Brief focus on the critical areas of concern in relation to mental health treatment disparities--access to health insurance with appropriate coverage for these SMI conditions, accurate diagnostic evaluations, receipt of necessary and appropriate therapeutic services, quality of the health services, adherence to treatment over the long term, and various outcomes of care. The principal focus for the first three GQs is a description of the interventions (GQ 1), the context in which they are implemented (GQ 2), and a description of the evidence about the effectiveness of the interventions (GQ 3); GQ 4 presents conclusions, examines the gaps in the knowledge base, and identifies high-priority needs for future research. We include interventions addressing diagnosis, access to, and quality of treatment and support services among disparity groups of adults with SMI. FINDINGS: We identified 42 descriptive articles meeting inclusion criteria for GQs 1, 2, and 4, plus 37 articles measuring intervention effectiveness reporting on 26 unique studies (GQ 3). For GQ 1, the goals of each intervention were related to the specific diagnosis and disparity group that the intervention was targeting. Increased service use and treatment adherence were the most common intervention goals. For GQ 2, settings involved primarily mental health specialists being colocated in nonpsychiatric locations. These were usually primary care, but sometimes they were obstetrics-gynecology clinics, perinatal health care settings, and community mental health entities. For GQ 3, most interventions tested adding enhanced services to usual available care, including culturally adapted collaborative care or other therapies, integrated services, case management and telemedicine. We found no studies of interventions for individuals identifying as LGBT or focusing only on English as a second language, addressing access to health care coverage, or addressing diagnostic accuracy. We found one study of the elderly, a group that can be predicted to have a larger number of physical comorbidities and difficulties obtaining necessary care because of their SMI. CONCLUSIONS: Future research should identify interventions that are effective in reducing disparities all along the health care continuum and determine whether such interventions are equally effective for particular groups within the SMI population. Many promising interventions focused on disadvantaged individuals, including homeless individuals and racial or ethnic minority disparity groups. Future research can include comparative findings between minority and majority group patients and subgroup analyses to evaluate effectiveness among different disparity groups. Most interventions targeted depressive and psychotic disorders. The use of collaborative care, intensive case management approaches, such as the Critical Time Intervention (CTI) and Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), and specific culturally adapted therapies, including those involving families of individuals with SMI, were the most noticeable modifications to interventions, but were not widely applied across groups. Gaps persist both in terms of the diversity of disparity groups included in studies (particularly individuals who identify as LGBT and the elderly) and approaches considered.
  • 2016From: Oxford Medicine Online
    Benjamin Ehrlich.
    This work contains the first English translation of the lost dream diary of Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1852-1934), the Nobel Prize-winning "father of modern neuroscience."
  • 2016From: Springer
    Davor Mucic and Donald M. Hilty, editors.
    This book describes the use of telecommunication technologies to provide mental health services to individuals in communities or locations that are underserviced, typically as a result of their geographic isolation or due to cultural and/or linguistic barriers. The potential of the e-Mental Health approach is demonstrated in various mental health settings by describing concrete clinical examples and applications involving novel strategies for employing technology. Further, the book presents an approach to cooperation on a global level based on the exchange of expertise and knowledge across national boundaries. The target audience includes mental health workers (clinicians and staff members), medical and nursing students, academic researchers, technology professionals and health care policy makers.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Alan Booth, Susan L. Brown, Nancy S. Landale, Wendy D. Manning, Susan M. McHale.
    The contemporary context of young adulthood. The contemporary context of young adulthood in the USA : from demography to development, from private troubles to public issues / Richard A. Settersten Jr. ; Transition to adulthood, parental support, and early adult well-being : recent findings from the youth development study / Jeylan T. Mortimer ; "First principles" : components, holism, and context of the transition to adulthood / Ross Macmillan ; Young adults in a wireless world / Eva S. Lefkowitz, Shelley N. Vukman, and Eric Loken -- Parent-child relationships and successful transitions. Relationships between young adults and their parents / Karen L. Fingerman ... [et al.] ; The implications of family context for the transition to adulthood / Monica Kirkpatrick Johnson and Janel Benson ; Child well-being and the long reach of family relationships / Kelly Musick and Ann Meier ; Young adults' "need" : in the eye of the beholder? / D. Wayne Osgood and Sonja E. Siennick -- Romantic and sexual relationships. Developmental shifts in the character of romantic and sexual relationships from adolescence to young adulthood / Peggy C. Giordano .. [et al.] ; Challenges in charting the course of romantic relationships in adolescence and emerging adulthood / Frank D. Fincham ; I just want your kiss? : sexual relationships in young adulthood / Kelly Raley -- Family contexts and timing of fertility. Becoming a parent : the social contexts of fertility during young adulthood / Kathryn Edin and Laura Tach ; Childbearing among cohabiting women : race, pregnancy, and union transitions / Daniel T. Lichter ; Understanding young fertility in the context of economic disadvantage / Marcia J. Carlson -- The study of young adulthood. New horizons in research on emerging and young adulthood / Jeffrey Jensen Arnett ; The role of family context in early adulthood : where we've been and where we're going / Jessica Halliday Hardie and Christine E. Stanik.
  • 2006From: ScienceDirect
    by Johnny L. Matson and Noha F. Minshawi.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Timothy D. Brewerton, Amy Baker Dennis, editors.
    Eating disorders, addictions, and substance use disorders are each challenging in their own right, but they also commonly co-occur, causing major challenges for clinicians. Emerging research suggests that there are common substrates at the neuroanatomical, neurochemical, and psychological levels. While randomized controlled trials have revealed a number of effective psychotherapeutic and psychopharmacologic treatments for the individual conditions, little is known about integrative interventions for these comorbidities. This book presents cutting-edge research on the overlap of these complex disorders and reviews integrative assessment strategies and treatment approaches, including enhanced cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, abstinence approaches, motivational enhancement, mindfulness meditation, and pharmacotherapy. The issue of whether eating-disordered behaviors such as dieting, binge eating, and excessive exercise are merely other forms of addictive behavior is examined. The authors argue both for and against the concept of food addiction in research, clinical treatment, and public policy.
  • 2014From: OSO
    Jeffrey Jensen Arnett.
    Preface to the second edition -- Preface to the first edition -- A longer road to adulthood -- What is it like to be an emerging adult? : four profiles -- From conflict to companionship : a new relationship with parents -- Love and sex : new freedoms, new problems -- Meandering toward marriage -- The road through college : twists and turns -- Work : more than a job -- Digital natives : emerging adults' many media uses -- Sources of meaning : religious beliefs and values -- How important is social class? -- Wrong turns and dead ends -- Sometimes goodbye is a second chance : resilience in emerging adulthood -- Beyond emerging adulthood : what does it mean to become an adult? -- Notes -- References -- Index.
  • 2015From: OSO
    Michalinos Zembylas.
    This work creates a space at the intersection of multiple discussions on emotion, conflict, and critical peace education. It draws on academic literature that attempts to highlight the possibilities and the pitfalls of considering the role of peace education in healing and reconciliation.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Giovanni Corona, Emmanuele A. Jannini, Mario Maggi, editors.
    This book describes different kinds of psychological, physical and sexual maltreatment and explains their possible consequences, especially as regards quality of life, psychopathology and sexual life. The focus is specifically on the victims of abuse, who are among the more frail and vulnerable members ofsociety. The book examines the impacts of maltreatment of both children and social minorities, such as homosexuals and gender dysphoric individuals or those affected by disabilities and describes skills that are of value in supporting victims of maltreatment and preventing discrimination. The work will be useful to sexual medicine specialists, medical doctors, psychologists and psychiatrists, as well as graduate students in these disciplines. By fostering a better understanding of discrimination triggers and effects, it will help clinicians to provide improved support through the tailoring of therapies to the needs of maltreated individuals.
  • 2016From: OSO
    Beatrice de Gelder.
    Introduction -- Why bodies? -- Face perception and its context -- Measuring emotions: measuring the impossible? -- Seeing actions: understanding intentions and feeling emotions -- The functional brain basis of bodily expressions -- Conscious and unconscious emotion traffic -- The time course of emotional body perception -- Gender, culture, and context differences in the recognition of bodily expressions -- Body consciousness, body perception deficits, and virtual bodies -- Interactions, or why it takes more than one to tango.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Birgitt Rottger-Rossler, Hans J. Markowitsch, editors.
    Prologue -- Concepts and approaches -- Empirical studies: Shame and pride : prototypical emotions between biology and culture.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Jeffrey S. Kreutzer, John DeLuca, Bruce Caplan, editors.
    v. 1. A-C -- v. 2. D-K -- v. 3. L-P -- v. 4. Q-Z.
  • 2010From: Springer
    David A. Leeming, Kathryn Madden, Stanton Marlan (eds.).
    Offers a definitive and intellectually rigorous collection of psychological interpretations of the stories, rituals, motifs, symbols, doctrines, dogmas, and experiences of the world's religious and mythological traditions.
  • 2011From: Springer
    W. Wolfgang Fleischhacker, Ian P. Stolerman (eds.).
    Key Essays: Active Avoidance / Marie-Louise G. Wadenberg -- Aggressive Behavior: Clinical Aspects / Emil F. Coccaro, -- Aminergic Hypothesis for Schizophrenia / Hiroyuki Uchida and Shitij Kapur -- Animal Models for Psychiatric States / Paul Willner -- Antipsychotic Drugs / W. Wolfgang Fleischhacker -- Anti-Parkinson Drugs / Joseph H. Friedman -- Antipsychotic Medication: Future Prospects / Seiya Miyamoto -- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for People with Schizophrenia / Gillian Haddock -- Cognitive Remediation in Schizophrenia Patients / Alice Medalia and Alice Saperstein -- Delayed Onset of Drug Effects / Stefan Leucht -- Delusional Disorder / Istvan Bitter -- Dissociative Anesthetics / Anthony Absalom and David Menon -- Family Based Approaches for Schizophrenia Patients / Andrea Fiorillo and Silvana Galderisi -- First-Generation Antipsychotics / Cyril Höschl -- Hallucinations / Eileen M. Joyce -- Hallucinogen / Abuse and Dependence / John H. Halpern, Pedro E. Huertas, Joji Suzuki, and Torsten Passie -- Neurotoxicity and Schizophrenia / Heleen B. M. Boos, H. D. Postma, and Wiepke Cahn -- Pediatric Schizophrenia / Christoph U. Correl -- Pharmacogenetics of Antipsychotic Drug Response in Schizophrenia / Eva J. Brandl and Daniel J. Müller -- Pharmacogenetics of Drug Side Effects and Safety / Anil K. Malhotra and Todd Lencz -- Postpsychotic Depressive Disorder of Schizophrenia / Samuel G. Siris -- Pre-psychotic States and Prodromal Symptoms / Patrick D. Mcgorry, Alison R. Yung -- Psychoeducation in the Management of Schizophrenia / Werner Kissing and Gabriele Pitschel-Walz -- Rating Scales and Diagnostic Schemata / David V. Sheehan and Kathy H. Sheehan -- Rehabilitation in Schizophrenia / Wulf Rössler and Andreas Marneros -- Schizophrenia / Alex Hofer -- Second and Third Generation Antipsychotics / Gary Remington.
  • 2015From:
    written by Sarah Goodell.
    Five years after the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act took effect, access to equal benefits and qualified providers remains elusive for many insured Americans.
  • 2017From: ScienceDirect
    Veronica Lac.
  • 2008From: CRCnetBASE
    editors, Alexiy Ya. Chebykin, Gregory Z. Bedny, and Waldemar Karwowski.
    Ecological ergonomics / Marvin J. Dainoff -- Integrating cognitive and digital human models for virtual product design / Daniel W. Carruth and Vincent G. Duffy -- Time study during vocational training / Gregory Z. Bedny and Waldemar Karwowski -- The laws of ergonomics applied to design and testing of workstations / V.F. Venda, V.K. Kalin, and A.Y. Trofimov -- Day-to-day monitoring of an operator's functional state and fitness-for-work : a psychophysiological and engineering approach / Oleksandr Burov -- Identification of mental modules ; Identification of neural modules / Saul Sternberg -- The new interface of brain, mind, and machine : will the emergent whole be greater than the sum of the parts? / Chris Berka ... [et al.] -- The interaction of sleep and memory / Jeffrey M. Ellenbogen -- Attention, selection for action, error processing, and safety / Magdalena Fafrowicz and Tadeusz Marek -- Activity theory : comparative analysis of Eastern and Western approaches / Waldemar Karwowski, Gregory Z. Bedney, and Olexiy Y. Chebykin -- Discourse in activity / Harry Daniels -- Movements of the cane prior to locomotion judgments : the informer fallacy and the training fallacy versus the role of exploration / Gregory Burton and Jennifer Cyr -- Emotional intelligence : a novel approach to operationalizing the construct / E.L. Nosenko -- Emotional regulation of the learning process / Olexiy Y. Chebykin and S.D. Maksymenko -- Emotional resources of the professional trainer / G.V. Lozhkin -- Good judgment : the intersection of intelligence and personality / Robert Hogan, Joyce Hogan and Paul Barrett -- Relational self in action : relationships and behavior / Susan E. Cross and Kari A. Terzino.
  • 2014From: Cambridge
    edited by Samuel O. Okpaku, Executive Director of the Center for Health, Culture, and Society, Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
    1. History of global mental health / Samuel O. Okpaku and Sanchita Biswas -- 2. Burden of illness / Jordi Alonso, Somnath Chatterji, Yanling He, and Ronald C. Kessler -- 3. Trends, gaps, and disparities in mental health / Robert Kohn -- 4. Global health and mental health as diplomacy / Samuel O. Okpaku -- 5. Global mental health and the United Nations / Takashi Izutsu and Atsuro Tsutsumi -- 6. The voice of the user/survivor / Moosa Salie -- 7. Internalized stigma / Edwin Cameron -- 8. Definition and process of stigma / Heather Stuart -- 9. Stigmatization and exclusion / Ramachandran Padmavati -- 10. Grassroots movements in mental health / Chris Underhill, Sarah Kippen Wood, Jordan Pfau, and Shoba Raja -- 11. The rise of consumerism and local advocacy / Dinesh Bhugra, Norman Sartorius, and Diana Rose -- 12. Programs to reduce stigma in epilepsy and HIV/AIDS / Rita Thom -- 13. The challenges of human resources in low- and middle-income countries / David M. Ndetei and Patrick Gatonga -- 14. Integration of mental health services into primary care settings / Shoba Raja, Sarah Kippen Wood, and Jordan Pfau -- 15. Collaboration between traditional and Western practitioners / Victoria N. Mutiso, Patrick Gatonga, David M. Ndetei, Teddy Gafna, Anne W. Mbwayo, and Lincoln I. Khasakhala -- 16. Setting up integrated mental health systems / Manuela Silva and José Miguel Caldas de Almeida -- 17. ntegrated mental health systems: the Cuban experience / Ester Shapiro and Isabel Louro Bernal -- 18. Poverty and perinatal morbidity as risk factors for mental illness / Feijun Luo, Xiangming Fang, Lijing Ouyang, and Deborah M. Stone -- 19. Maternal mental health care: refining the components in a South African setting / Sally Field, Emily Baron, Ingrid Meintjes, Thandi van Heyningen, and Simone Honikman -- 20. Screening for developmental disabilities in epidemiologic studies in low- and middle-income countries / Maureen S. Durkin and Matthew J. Maenner -- 21. Screening for developmental disabilities in epidemiologic studies in low- and middle-income countries / Maureen S. Durkin and Matthew J. Maenner -- 22. Child abuse as a global mental health problem / Felipe Picon, Andrea Fiorillo, and Dinesh Bhugra -- 23. Child soldiers / Ruwan M. Jayatunge and Daya Somasundaram -- 24. Mental health and intellectual disability: implications for global mental health / Marco Bertelli and M. Thomas Kishore -- 25. Adolescent alcohol and substance abuse / Julia W. Felton, Zachary W. Adams, Laura MacPherson, and Carla Kmett Danielson -- 26. Women's mental health / Samuel O. Okpaku, Thara Rangaswamy, and Hema Tharoor -- 27. Violence against women / Erminia Colucci and Reima Pryor -- 28. Women and global mental health: vulnerability and empowerment / Janis H. Jenkins and Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good -- 29. Trafficking in persons / Atsuro Tsutsumi and Takashi Izutsu -- 30. Capacity building / Rachel Jenkins, Florence Baingana, David McDaid, and Rifat Atun -- 31. Child mental health services in Liberia: human resources implications / Janice L. Cooper and Rodney D. Presley -- 32. Mental health and illness outcomes in civilian populations exposed to armed conflict and war / Duncan Pedersen and Hanna Kienzler -- 33. Implications of disasters for global mental health / Sabrina Hermosilla and Sandro Galea -- 34. International response to natural and manmade disasters / Inka Weissbecker and Lynne Jones -- 35. Global health governance, international law, and mental health / Lance Gable -- 36. The role of non-governmental organizations / Robert van Voren and Rob Keukens -- 37. Mental health, mass communication, and media / Marten W. de Vries -- 38. Suicide and depression / Diego De Leo and Lay San Too -- 39. Violence as a public health problem / Claire van der Westhuizen, Katherine Sorsdahl, Gail Wyatt, and Dan J. Stein -- 40. The war on drugs in the USA, Mexico, and Central America: Plan Colombia and the Mérida Initiative / Samuel O. Okpaku and Jayanthi Karunaratne -- 41. Medical education and global mental health / Clare Pain and Atalay Alem -- 42. Research priorities for mental health in low- and middle-income countries / Samuel O. Okpaku and Grace A. Herbert -- 43. Research infrastructure / Athula Sumathipala -- 44. Monitoring the progress of countries / Jorge Rodríguez and Víctor Aparicio.
  • 2008From: Springer
    edited by Anthony J. Marsella ... [et al.].
    Essential concepts and foundations / Anthony J. Marsella ... [et al.] -- Promoting disaster recovery in ethnic-minority individuals and communities / Fran H. Norris and Margarita Alegría -- Meeting the physical, psychological, and social needs of African Americans following a disaster / Steven B. Carswell and Melisssa A. Carswell -- Essential information for disaster management and trauma specialists working with American Indians / Jeannette L. Johnson ... [et al.] -- Arab Americans : understanding their challenges, needs, and struggles / Naji Abi-Hashem -- Asian Indians : cultural considerations for disaster workers / B.J. Prashantham -- Caribbean blacks : (Haitians, Jamaicans, Virgin Islanders, Eastern Caribbean) responses to disasters in cultural context / G. Rita Dudley-Grant and Wayne Etheridge -- Chinese Americans : guidelines for disaster mental health workers / Frederick T.L. Leong and Szu-Hui Lee -- The Kanaka Maoli : native Hawaiians and their testimony of trauma and resilience / Laurie D. McCubbin, Michele E. Ishikawa, and Hamilton I. McCubbin -- Mexicans, Mexican Americans, Caribbean, and other Latin Americans / Patricia Arredondo, Veronica Bordes, and Freddy A. Paniagua -- Working with Vietnamese Americans in disasters / Aaron S. Kaplan and Uyen Kim Huynh -- Culture, trauma, and the treatment of post-traumatic syndromes : a global perspective / John P. Wilson -- A brief list of disaster-related vocabulary terms -- Summary and overview of disasters in developing countries / Fran H. Norris -- Disaster rescure and response workers / Bruce H. Young, Julian D. Ford, and Patricia Watson.
  • 2014From: Wiley
    edited by Elizabeth S. Sburlati, Heidi J. Lyneham, Carolyn A. Schniering, and Ronald M. Rapee.
    Machine generated contents note: 1. An Introduction to the Competencies-Based Approach -- 2. Effective Training Methods / Carolyn A. Schniering / Heidi J. Lynehanti / Elizabeth S. Sburlati -- 3. Self-Assessment of Our Competence as Therapists / Emily Jones / Katharina Manassis -- 4. Professional Evidence-Based Practice with Children and Adolescents / James Bennett-Levy / Elizabeth S. Sburlati -- 5. Child and Adolescent Characteristics that Impact on Therapy / Rinad S. Beidas / Julie Edmunds / Matthew Ditty / Margaret Mary Downey -- 6. Building a Positive Therapeutic Relationship with the Child or Adolescent and Parent / Caroline L. Donovan / Sonja March -- 7. Assessing Child and Adolescent Internalizing Disorders / Michael A. Southam-Gerow / Bryce D. McLeod / Ruth C. Brown / Kimberly M. Palter -- 8. Theoretical Foundations of CBT for Anxious and Depressed Youth / Sophie C. Schneider / Carol Newall / Jennifer L. Hudson / Talia Morris -- 9. Case Formulation and Treatment Planning for Anxiety and Depression in Children and Adolescents / Sarah J. Perini / Ronald M. Rapee -- 10. Effectively Engaging and Collaborating with Children and Adolescents in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Sessions / Heidi J. Lyneham -- 11. Facilitating Homework and Generalization of Skills to the Real World / Philip C. Kendall / Cara A. Settipani / Jeremy S. Peterman -- 12. Managing Negative Thoughts, Part 1: Cognitive Restructuring and Behavioral Experiments / Nikolaos Kazantzis / Philip C. Kendall / Colleen M. Cummings -- 13. Managing Negative Thoughts, Part 2: Positive Imagery, Self-Talk, Thought Stopping, and Thought Acceptance / Shirley Reynolds / Gemma Bowers / Sarah Clark -- 14. Changing Maladaptive Behaviors, Part 1: Exposure and Response Prevention / Sarah Clark / Shirley Reynolds / Maria Loades -- 15. Changing Maladaptive Behaviors, Part 2: The Use of Behavioral Activation and Pleasant Events Scheduling with Depressed Children and Adolescents / Stephen P. Whiteside / Thomas H. Ollendick / Brennan J. Young -- 16. Managing Maladaptive Mood and Arousal / Sandra L. Mendlowitz -- 17. Problem-Solving Skills Training / Caroline E. Kerns / Christina Hardway / Jonathan S. Comer / Donna B. Pincus / Ryan J. Madigan -- 18. Social Skills Training / Ana M. Ugueto / John R. Weisz / Lauren S. Krumholz / Lauren C. Santucci -- 19. Modifying the Family Environment / Lauren C. Santucci / John R. Weisz / Ana M. Ugueto / Lauren S. Krumholz.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Ulrich Schnyder, Marylène Cloitre, editors.
    This book offers an evidence based guide for clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, psychotherapists and other clinicians working with trauma survivors in various settings. It provides easily digestible, up-to-date information on the basic principles of traumatic stress research and practice, including psychological and sociological theories as well as epidemiological, psychopathological, and neurobiological findings. However, as therapists are primarily interested in how to best treat their traumatized patients, the core focus of the book is on evidence based psychological treatments for trauma-related mental disorders. Importantly, the full range of trauma and stress related disorders is covered, including Acute Stress Reaction, Complex PTSD and Prolonged Grief Disorder, reflecting important anticipated developments in diagnostic classification. Each of the treatment chapters begins with a short summary of the theoretical underpinnings of the approach, presents a case illustrating the treatment protocol, addresses special challenges typically encountered in implementing this treatment, and ends with an overview of related outcomes and other research findings. Additional chapters are devoted to the treatment of comorbidities, special populations and special treatment modalities, and to pharmacological treatments for trauma-related disorders. The book concludes by addressing the fundamental question of how to treat whom, and when.
  • 2016From: OSO
    Richard W. Byrne.
    Introduction -- Why are animals cognitive? -- In the beginning was the vocalization -- Gestural communication in great apes -- Understanding others -- Social complexity and the brain -- Learning from others -- Theory of mind -- Pivot point -- Knowledge about the physical world -- Learning new complex skills -- A road map to insight.
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  • 2012From: Cambridge
    [edited by] Scott J. Hunter, Elizabeth P. Sparrow.
    "Executive dysfunction occurs in many clinical conditions and has significant impact on multiple facets of life. This book summarizes executive function and dysfunction for practitioners, researchers and educators, covering lifespan development, assessment, impact and interventions. Drawing together clinical, neurobiological and developmental viewpoints, the authors summarize the latest research findings in practical and applied terms, and review conceptual approaches to assessing and identifying executive function and dysfunction. Several chapters are devoted to practical aspects of executive dysfunction, including research-based treatment strategies, educational implications, forensic cautions and intervention resources. Executive dysfunction in ADHD, LD, MR, autism, mood disorders, epilepsy, cancer and TBI is covered, with test performance, neuroimaging and clinical presentation for these clinical conditions. The book concludes with anticipation of future work in the field. This is a key reference for medical, psychological and educational professionals who work with children, adolescents and young adults in clinical and educational settings"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Giovanni Stanghellini, Massimiliano Aragona, editors.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Alexander Moreira-Almeida, Franklin Santana Santos, editors.
    Part I. Philosophy and History -- 1. Materialism's Eternal Return: Recurrent Patterns of Materialistic Explanations of Mental Phenomena / Saulo de Freitas Araujo -- 2. The Major Objections from Reductive Materialism Against Belief in the Existence of Cartesian Mind-Body Dualism / Robert Almeder -- 3. Psychic Phenomena and the Mind-Body Problem: Historical Notes on a Neglected Conceptual Tradition / Carlos S. Alvarado -- Part II. Physics -- 4. No-Collapse Physics and Consciousness / Chris Clarke -- 5. The "Quantum Soul": A Scientific Hypothesis / Stuart Hameroff and Deepak Chopra -- Part III. Functional Neuroimaging -- 6. The Neurobiological Correlates of Meditationand Mindfulness / Jesse Edwards, Julio Peres, Daniel A. Monti, and Andrew B. Newberg -- 7. Functional Neuroimaging Studies of Emotional -- Self-Regulation and Spiritual Experiences / Mario Beauregard -- Part IV. Human Experiences as Promising lines of Investigation of Mind-Brain Relationship -- 8. Can Near Death Experiences Contribute to the Debate on Consciousness? / Peter Fenwick -- 9. Death, End of Life Experiences, and Their Theoretical and Clinical Implications for the Mind-Brain Relationship / Franklin Santana Santos and Peter Fenwick -- 10. Research on Mediumship and the Mind-Brain Relationship / Alexander Moreira-Almeida -- 11. Cases of the Reincarnation Type and the Mind-Brain Relationship / Erlendur Haraldsson -- 12. Conclusion / Alexander Moreira-Almeida and Franklin Santana Santos.
  • 2016From: OSO
    Catherine Raeff.
    " Researchers and students in developmental psychology have pointed out that the numerous findings from research about human development seem disconnected and that it is difficult to fit fragmented bits of information together. Studies of separate domains of functioning (e.g., cognition, emotion, language, social relationships, identity) divide the field and there are increasing calls for integrative conceptions of human development. In Exploring the Dynamics of Human Development, Dr. Catherine Raeff constructs a theoretical framework that enables readers to reconcile seemingly disparate information by thinking systematically about dynamic developmental processes. This approach integrates systems theory, organismic-developmental theory, and sociocultural theory, as well as research across cultures and the life span Raeff brings developmental processes into coherence by building a unified theoretical framework that is organized around the following questions: What develops during development?; What happens during development?; and How does development happen? Using a wide range of illustrative empirical examples, Raeff conceptualizes what happens during development in terms of differentiation and integration and explains how development happens through individual, social, and cultural processes. The framework helps to overcome confusion in the field and explore issues such as individual and cultural variability, looking beyond age-based changed to understand development, and resolving fragmentation by starting with whole person functioning. The framework also opens up new directions for research. This book will be useful to developmentalists, graduate students, upper level undergraduates, and others who seek an integrative understanding of the field as a whole and a systematic way of thinking about and investigating human action and development. "-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Willo Pequegnat, Carl C. Bell, editors.
  • edited by James E. McCarroll [and others] ; interviews by James E. McCarroll, John H. Newby.
    "Family Violence Research, Assessment and Intervention: Looking Back, Looking Ahead is a collection of interviews that have appeared in Joining Forces Joining Families, a newsletter published by the CSTS to foster research knowledge and practice among the FAP professional community.This newsletter regularly features an interview with a renowned scholar and practitioner on an important topic concerning family violence and child maltreatment. Family Violence Research, Assessment and Intervention: Looking Back, Looking Ahead features many of these interviews along with a background discussion of the interviewee's research and methodologies."--Foreword.
  • Emily Maria Zitek.
    Five studies demonstrate that feeling wronged leads to a sense of entitlement and to selfish behavior. In Study 1, participants who were instructed to recall a time when their lives were unfair were more likely to refuse to help the experimenter with a supplementary task than were participants who recalled a time when they were bored. In Study 2, the same manipulation increased intentions to engage in a number of selfish behaviors, and this effect was mediated by self-reported entitlement to obtain positive (and avoid negative) outcomes. In Study 3, participants who lost a computer game for an unfair reason (a glitch in the program) requested a more selfish money allocation for a future task than did participants who lost the game for a fair reason, and this effect was again mediated by entitlement. In Studies 4 and 5, bad luck from a fair, random system led to the same kinds of effects for men. In Study 4, students (especially men) who received bad numbers in a housing lottery expressed less intention to behave charitably. In Study 5, men who were assigned to bad outcomes by the roll of a die were less willing to help out by signing up for an additional experiment than were men in the control condition, and self-reported entitlement again mediated the effect.
  • Marian R. Stuart, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Family Medicine and Community Health, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, and Joseph A. Lieberman III, MD, MPH, Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA ; forewords by Alfred F. Tallia. MD, MPH, Professor and Chair, Family Medicine and Community Health, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, Executive Director, Robert Woods Johnson Partners, LLC, Accountable Care for New Jersey, Rutgers University and the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Health System, and Robert E. Rakel, MD, Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.
  • Maggie Callanan and Patricia Kelley.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    "It's time to get in line" -- Nearing death awareness: introduction and background. Nearing death awareness: an introduction -- Beginnings -- Reactions to death -- Nearing death awareness: what I am experiencing. "Where's the map?" -- Preparing for travel or change: "I'm getting ready to leave" -- Being in the presence of someone not alive: "I'm not alone" -- Seeing a place: "I see where I'm going" -- Knowing when death will occur: "It will be when ..." -- Nearing death awareness: what I need for a peaceful death. "We must go to the park" -- Needing reconciliation: "I need to make peace with ..." -- Being held back: "I'm stuck in between ..." -- Nonverbal communications: "My actions speak for me" -- Symbolic dreams: "I dreamed about ..." -- Choosing a time: "The time is right" -- Nearing death awareness: practical uses.
  • edited by Robert J. Ursano, MD, Carol S. Fullerton, PhD, Mark C. Brown, RN.
    "The goal of this Forum on Health and National Security was to address financial stress in the lives of servicemembers and identify knowledge gaps and opportunities for gaining new knowledge that can lead to new and improved intervention programs. Financial stress directly and indirectly affects servicemembers' mental and behavioral health as well as servicemember and family functioning. Understanding financial stress can aid in developing effective programs to mitigate this stress and help servicemembers and families in need. The Forum reviewed the complexity of defining financial stress and the interplay of financial stress in the "web" of life stressors that impact servicemembers and their families. The Forum brought together military and civilian leaders and scientists with expertise in risk and resilience, behavioral health, economics, models of stress behavior, and suicide to address the financial challenges faced by servicemembers and their families. Participants were challenged to develop new perspectives by synthesizing knowledge across diverse disciplines to better understand the complex issues of financial stress and associated life stressors, and risk and resilience factors moderating this stress. The Forum attendees also reviewed critical literature assembled from detailed searches, contributions by attendees as well as case studies and illustrations of the interactions of financial stress with life stressors and events. The Forum succeeded in identifying gaps in our knowledge and research recommendations to better understand financial stress and inform programmatic interventions for military servicemembers and their families."--Preface.
  • 2007From: Springer
    William I. Dorfman and Lenore E.A. Walker.
    Introduction -- The role and importance of first responders to dealing with psychologically disordered individuals -- Normal vs. abnormal behavior: a continuum -- Key mental health issues in the criminal justice and emergency medical systems -- Disorders of the brain and central nervous system -- The psychotic disorders -- The mood disorders -- The anxiety, somatoform and dissociative disorders -- The personality disorders -- The substance use disorders -- Crisis, terrorism and trauma-based disorders -- Therapeutic justice -- Mental disorders in youth -- Index.
  • Fred Luskin.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Pt. 1. Creating a grievance -- pt. 2. Forgiveness -- pt. 3. Forgive for good.
  • Fred Luskin.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Offers a seven-step program for creating and maintaining a lasting relationship that teaches forgiveness skills in order to resolve conflicts and increase happiness.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Kwang-Kuo Hwang.
    "Originally, the global exporting of psychology was considered a means of bringing science and modernism to underdeveloped parts of the world. In response, indigenous psychology has emerged as an alternative to the individual-focused theories and therapies of Western cultures, as well as a critique of the idea that the tenets of Western thought apply to all nations. The first full-length work analyzing its Confucian roots, Foundations of Chinese Psychology strips away the myths and assumptions that can impede reliable scholarship while supplying the context necessary for decoding complex, longstanding traditions of behavior. The author re-interprets the widely held idea of collectivism (which is often defined as the absence of individualism) in favor of the more descriptive relationism, using the structure of Confucian ethics as a lens for testing theories and understanding findings on Chinese social relationships. Elaborating on key concepts such as guanxi (personal connection) and face (social standing), the book offers both a specific paradigm for studying non-Western cultures and a model for indigenous psychologies worldwide. Included in the coverage: The Confucian model of mind and the way of humanity; Confucian relationalism and social exchange; Life goals and achievement motivation in Confucian society; Ethics, morality, and the concept of face; Guanxi and organizational behavior. Indigenous Chinese models of conflict resolution. Foundations of Chinese Psychology is a landmark volume of immediate interest to researchers, particularly members of the American Psychological Association, the Asian Association of Indigenous and Cultural Psychology, the International Academy of Intercultural Research, and similar organizations."--Publisher's website.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Robert W. Rieber ; with contributions by David Bakan.
    "In its early days, some saw psychology as a substitute for religion. Others regarded it as a new religion in its own right. What was less obvious to most observers--and far less obvious today--were the roots of Freud's work in the ancient mystical teachings of the Middle East. A unique analysis, Freud on Interpretation examines the inner workings of his thought process and the rich mine of knowledge that led him toward his theories and therapies. In the beliefs of ancient Egypt, with its sexually ambiguous dieties, and ancient Israel, with its Biblical accounts of madness and feigned madness, are found surprising sources of inspiration for such core Freudian concepts as free association, dream interpretation, the psychosexual stages, the libido, and the unconscious. Psychoanalyis here is seen in its early growth stages, fed and nurtured by philosophers, scientists, and fearless mind explorers; and Freud is boldly synthesizing modes of knowledge from an age when science and superstition were rarely separate. This compelling volume: Overviews the pre-Freudian history of psychology in the writings of Herbart, Morel, and Krafft-Ebing; Probes Freud's interest in ancient Egyptian creation myths and the Kabbala, and their influence on his work; Explores the paradoxes inherent in the interpretation of the mind; Offers unique insights into the origins of the Rorschach test; Considers the real meaning behind Freud's self-identification as a determinist; Includes a listing of Freud's library of titles on ancient Egypt; Freud on Interpretation is stimulating reading for clinical psychologists and those interested in the intellectual and professional development of the master psychiatrist."--Publisher's website.
  • 2007From: ScienceDirect
    edited by C. von Hofsten, K. Rosander.
    Pt. I. The structuring of the brain -- Unaltered development of the archi- and neocortex in prematurely born infants: genetic control dominates in proliferation, differentiation and maturation of cortical neurons / H. Ábrahám ... [et al.] -- Subcortical regulation of cortical development: some effects of early, selective deprivations / G.M. Innocenti -- The mirror-neurons system: data and models / L. Craighero ... [et al.] -- Apraxia: a review / B. Petreska ... [et al.] -- Pt. II. The early development of perception and action -- Effects of early visual deprivation on perceptual and cognitive development / D. Maurer, C.J. Mondloch, T.L. Lewis -- Visual tracking and its relationship to cortical development / K. Rosander -- Visual and visuocognitive development in children born very prematurely / J. Atkinson, O. Braddick -- Development of brain mechanisms for visual global processing and object segmentation / O. Braddick, J. Atkinson -- How face specialization emerges in the first months of life / F. Simon ... [et al.] -- The early development of visual attention and its implications for social and cognitive development / S. Hunnius -- Pt. III. The development of action and cognition -- Visual constraints in the development of action / G. Savelsbergh ... [et al.] -- Object and event representation in toddlers / R. Keen, K. Shutts -- Learning and development in infant locomotion / S.E. Berger, K.E. Adolph -- Core Systems in human cognition / K.D. Kinzler, E.S. Spelke -- Taking an action perspective on infant's object representations / G. Gredebäck, C. von Hofsten -- Pt. IV. The development of action and social cognition -- Infants' perception and production of intentional actions / P. Hauf -- The role of behavioral cues in understanding goal-directed actions in infancy / S. Biro, G. Csibra, G. Gergely -- Seeing the face through the eyes: a developmental perspective on face expertise / T. Gliga, G. Csibra -- Past and present challenges in theory of mind research in nonhuman primates / J. Call -- Infancy and autism: progress, prospects, and challenges / M. Elasbbagh, M.H. Johnson -- Children-robot interaction: a pilot study in autism therapy / H. Kozima, C. Nakagawa, Y. Yasuda -- Pt. V. The development of artificial systems -- Sensorimotor coordination in a "baby" robot: learning about objects through grasping / L. Natale ... [et al.] -- Emergence and development of embodied cognition: a constructivist approach using robots / Y. Kuniyoshi ... [et al.].
  • J. Benjamin Hutchinson.
    The memory for specific events and instances in time--episodic memory--is a central aspect of human cognition. It has long been thought that episodic memory is supported by a distributed network of regions in the brain, including frontal cortex and the medial temporal lobes. A growing body of neuroimaging evidence in the last several years has additionally suggested posterior parietal cortex (PPC) involvement during episodic retrieval. Several accounts have argued that the region's involvement reflects the engagement of two specific attentional processes, goal-driven and reflexive attention, distinctly residing in dorsal and ventral regions of PPC, respectively. Strict interpretations of such accounts, however, have recently been called into question, as attention- and memory-related processes might not occupy overlapping subregions of PPC. The research described here systematically assesses the anatomical and functional relationship between attention- and memory-related operations in PPC in a series of three experiments. The first experiment revealed four distinct patterns of activity across left lateral PPC--two thought to relate to mnemonic processes and two thought to relate to attention engaged during retrieval. The second experiment directly tested whether a region thought to index attention during retrieval from the first experiment was recruited in an independent attention task, with results suggesting that attention-sensitive regions are indeed engaged in a systematic manner during retrieval. The final experiment further probed the interaction between memory, attention, and decision-making processes engaged during retrieval, and replicated and extended the findings from the first experiment. Collectively, the findings from the research provide a more detailed depiction of how anatomically and functionally separable regions of PPC support distinct mechanisms of memory and attention.
  • 2014From: Cambridge
    Eduard Vieta, Director, Bipolar Disorders Program, Clinical Institute of Neuroscience, Hospital Clinic of Barcelona, Professor of Psychiatry, University of Barcelona, IDIBAPS, CIBERSAM, Spain, Carla Torrent, Senior Researcher, Bipolar Disorders Program, Clinical Institute of Neuroscience, Hospital Clinic of Barcelona, Investigator, CIBERSAM, Spain, Anabel Martínez-Arán, Clinical Psychologist, Bipolar Disorders Program, Clinical Institute of Neuroscience, Hospital Clinic of Barcelona, IDIBAPS, CIBERSAM, Spain.
    Cognition and functioning in bipolar disorder -- Cognitive remediation in psychiatric disorders -- Functional remediation in bipolar patients -- Functional remediation programme : sessions and content -- Efficacy of the functional remediation programme.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Ran D. Anbar, editor.
    Many children with medical conditions fail to improve despite physicians' best efforts. Sometimes, we ascribe this failure to lack of adherence to therapy, or to the severity of the condition. What we often fail to appreciate, however, is that sometimes the lack of improvement can be explained by the patients' psychological states. The first section of Functional Symptoms in Pediatric Disease: A Clinical Guide teaches children's health care providers to recognize functional symptoms that can complicate organic disease, as well as symptoms that are believed to be purely functional in origin. Literature reviews, case studies and quizzes are provided in each chapter, with video demonstrations included in some of the chapters. The second section of the book will help clinicians differentiate the patients for whom referral to a mental health provider is mandatory from those for whom other approaches may be useful. For the latter group, the book teaches clinicians to empower themselves by learning how to incorporate various therapies for functional disorders into their practice, including biofeedback, basic cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, hypnosis, acupressure, yoga and meditation. Practical strategies for obtaining training in these modalities are provided in the appendix. Useful for practicing clinicians including pediatricians, family practitioners, pediatric subspecialists, child psychiatrists, psychologists, other mental health care providers and practitioners of alternative and complementary medicine, Functional Symptoms in Pediatric Disease: A Clinical Guide is an important new book that will help children's health care providers consider the possible impact of functional contributions to the clinical presentation of their patients.
  • 2015From: OSO
    Robert Aunger and Valerie Curtis.
    Section 1. The Basic Argument -- 1. Producing behavior -- Section 2. An Evolutionary Narrative -- 2. Living in the moment -- 3. Getting directions -- 4. Changing the world for the better -- 5. Imagining the future -- Section 3. Philosophical Perspectives -- 6. Natural kinds of behavior -- 7. Neural transitions -- Section 4. Concluding Thoughts -- 8. Applications -- 9. Implications.
  • 2009From: Springer
    by Michael E. Portman.
    Foreword by John H. Riskind -- Preface.-1. Nature of Generalized Anxiety Disorder.-2. Assessment and Diagnosis -- DSM-IV-TR: Diagnostic Criteria for Generalized Anxiety Disorder.-3. Conceptual Models -- Beck's Model -- Barlow's Emotion Theory -- Cognitive Avoidance Theory of Worry -- Riskind's Model of Looming Vulnerability -- The Role of Intolerance of Uncertainty -- Metacognitive Model.-4. Psychosocial Treatments for Adults with Generalized Anxiety Disorder -- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Metacognitive Therapy -- Supportive-Expressive Psychodynamic Therapy -- Integrative Psychotherapy -- Emotion Regulation Therapy -- Acceptance-Based Behavior Therapy.-5. Pharmacotherapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder -- Genetics -- Neurobiology -- Medications used for Generalized Anxiety Disorder.-6. Special Populations -- Children and Adolescents -- Clinical Presentation -- Assessment and Diagnosis -- Psychosocial Treatments -- Pharmacological Treatments -- Older Adults -- Clinical Presentation -- Assessment and Diagnosis -- Psychosocial Treatments -- Pharmacological Treatments.-7. Enigmas and Paradoxes -- Prevention -- Cultural Considerations -- Treatment Resistant Generalized Anxiety Disorder.-8. Future Directions and Recommendations.-Final Remarks.Appendix A: Assessment Tools for Adults and Older Adults -- Appendix B: Assessment Tools for Children and Adolescents.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Hoyle Leigh.
    Genes and mental illness -- How does stress work? the role of memes in epigenesis -- Culture and mental illness -- Genetic-memetic model of mental illness-migration and natural disasters as illustrations -- What do we inherit from our parents and ancestors? -- Genes -- Evolution -- Learning, imitation, and memes -- Storage and evolution of memes in the brain -- External storage of memes: culture, media, cyberspace -- Culture and the individual -- What is mental health -- What is mental illness? -- Psychiatric diagnosis: toward a memetic-epigenetic multiaxial model -- Memetic diagnosis, memetic assessment and biopsychosocial epigenetic formulation -- Principles of memetic therapy -- Broad-spectrum memetic therapy -- Specific memetic therapies -- Genetic-memetic prevention -- Overview of specific syndromes -- Attention-cognition spectrum syndromes: delirium, dementia, impulse control syndromes, ADHD, antisocial personality, obsessive-compulsive personality traits, obsessive-compulsive syndrome -- Anxiety-mood spectrum syndromes: anxiety, panic, phobias, ASD, PTSD, borderline syndrome, dependent and avoidant personalities, social phobia, bipolarity and mania, depression-neurotic and syndromic, adjustment disorders -- Reality perception spectrum syndromes (imagination, dissociation, conversion, somatoform, misattribution somatization, psychosis) -- Pleasure spectrum syndromes (substance use/abuse, additions to substances and beliefs, fanaticism) -- Primary memetic syndromes: eating disorders, factitious disorders, malingering, meme-directed destructive behaviors -- Challenges for the future.
  • 2015From: OSO
    edited by Michael Pluess.
    Section 1 Basic concepts -- 1.Human flourishing and salutogenetics / Corey L. M. Keyes -- 2.The genetic and epigenetic essentials of modern humans / Steven R. H. Beach -- 3.Methodology of quantitative behavior and molecular genetics / Amber M. Jarnecke -- 4.Evolution and well-being / Bjørn Grinde -- Section 2 Quantitative behavioral genetics of psychological well-being -- 5.The heritability of subjective well-being: review and meta-analysis / Espen Røysamb -- 6.The heritability and development of positive affect and emotionality / Danilo Garcia -- 7.Virtue, values, genes, and psychological well-being / Qiang Shen -- 8.The heritability and genetics of optimism, spirituality, and meaning in life / Charlotte Booth -- 9.The genetics and evolution of covitality / Michelle Luciano -- Section 3 Molecular genetics of psychological well-being -- 10.Molecular genetics of psychological well-being / Bart M. L. Baselmans -- 11.Molecular genetics of resilience / Kathryn Lemery-Chalfant -- 12.Vantage sensitivity: genetic susceptibility to effects of positive experiences / Jay Belsky -- 13.Epigenetics and well-being: optimal adaptation to the environment / Michael Pluess -- 14.Imaging genetics of positive psychology / Adam Anderson -- Section 4 Application and implication -- 15.Genes, environment, and psychological well-being / Michael J. Meaney -- 16.Genetics of psychological well-being: current state and future directions / Michael Pluess.
  • 2008From: ProQuest Ebook Central
    Eileen Miller ; illustrations by Kim Miller ; foreword by Robert Nickel.
  • 2010From: Atypon
    Fabrizio De Vico Fallani and Fabio Babiloni.
  • 2016From: Wiley
    Sheri Bauman and Linda R. Shaw.
    Part I. General principles. Introduction -- Common themes / with Amanda Easton -- Types of groups -- Diversity issues / Lia D. Falco -- Group composition -- Ethical considerations -- Training considerations -- -- Part II. Specific disabilities. Sensory disabilities -- Psychiatric disabilities -- Cognitive disabilities -- Physical disabilities / with Gabrielle Ficchi -- Chronic health conditions -- -- Part III. Resources. Recap and conclusions -- Exercises and resources.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Scott H. Kollins, Elizabeth P. Sparrow ; edited by C. Keith Conners.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Joseph Palombo, Harold K. Bendicsen, Barry J. Koch.
    Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) , publishing era (1888-1950) -- Ego psychological theories (1894-1970), publishing era (1917-1966) -- Anna Freud (1895-1982), publishing era (1922-1982) -- Rene Spitz (1887-1974), publishing era (1945-1974) -- Peter Blos (1904-1997), publishing era (1941-1998) -- Greenspan (1941-), publishing era, 1972 to present -- Object relations theories -- Melanie Klein (1882-1960), publishing era (1923-1960) -- Donald Winnicott (1896-1971), publishing era (1931-1971) -- Margaret Mahler (1897-1985), publisher era (1938-1980) -- Otto F. Kernberg (1928-), publishing era, 1963 to the present -- Life Cycle Theory -- Erik Erikson (1902-1994), publishing era (1937-1980) -- Interpersonal theory -- Harry Stack Sullivan (1892-1949), publishing era (1925-1947) -- Theories of the self -- Daniel Stern (1934-), publishing era, 1963 to the present -- Heinz Kohut (1913-1981), publishing era (1950-1984) -- Attachment theories -- Traditional attachment theories -- John Bowlby (1907-1990), publishing era (1952-1990) -- Mary Salter Ainsworth (1913-1999), publishing era (1951-1999) -- Neurodevelopmental attachment theories: the return to psychoanalysis -- Allen N. Schore (1943-), publishing era, 1991 to the present -- Peter Fonagy (1952-), publishing era, 1984 to the present.
  • 2016From: OSO
    Michele J. Gelfand, Chi-yue Chiu, and Ying-yi Hong.
    The field of culture and psychology is one of the fastest growing areas in the social sciences. The 'Handbook of Advances in Culture and Psychology', Volume 6 belongs to an annual series that is the first to offer state-of-the-art reviews of scholarly research programs in this burgeoning field.
  • 2015From: OSO
    edited by Michele J. Gelfand, Chi-yue Chiu, Ying-yi Hong.
  • 2006From: ScienceDirect
    editors Robert H. Binstock and Linda K. George ; associate editors Stephen J. Cutler, Jon Hendricks, and James H. Schulz.
    Aging and the life course / Richard A. Settersten, Jr. -- Modeling the effects of time: integrating demographic and developmental perspectives / Duane F. Alwin, Scott M. Hofer, and Ryan J. McCammon -- Morbidity, disability, and mortality / Kennneth C. Land and Yang Yang -- Old age through the lens of family history / Carole Haber -- Internal and international migration / Charles F. Longino, Jr., and Don E. Bradley -- Diversity and aging in the United States / Ronald J. Angel and Jacqueline L. Angel -- Social networks and health / Jennifer L. Moren-Cross and Nan Lin -- Converging divergences in age, gender, health, and well being: strategic selection in the third age / Phyllis Moen and Donna Spencer -- Stratification and the life course: life course capital, life course risks, and social inequality / Angela M. O'Rand -- Intergenerational family transfers in social context / Merril Silverstein -- Social relationships in late life / Neal Krause -- Older workers / Melissa Hardy -- Economic status of the aged / Karen Holden and Charles Hatcher -- Health and aging / Kenneth F. Ferraro -- Technological change and aging / Stephen J. Cutler -- Religion and aging / Ellen Idler -- Lifestyle and aging / Jon Hendricks and Laurie Russell Hatch -- Perceived quality of life / Linda K. George -- Aging and politics: an international perspective / Alan Walker -- Economic security in retirement: reshaping the public private pension mix / James H. Schulz and Allan Borowski -- Organization and financing of health care / Marilyn Moon -- Emerging issues in long-term care / Robyn I. Stone -- Aging and the Law / Marshall B. Kapp -- Anti-aging medicine and science: social implications / Robert H. Binstock, Jennifer R. Fishman, and Thomas E. Johnson -- Aging and justice / Martin Kohli.
  • 2008From: Springer
    edited by Dolores Gallagher-Thompson, Ann M. Steffen, Larry W. Thompson.
    Behavioral and cognitive treatments for geriatric depression: an evidence-based perspective / Kathryn S. Moss and Forrest R. Scogin -- Treating generalized anxiety in a community setting / J. Gayle Beck -- Treating of late-life generalized anxiety in primary care settings / Gretchen A. Brenes, Paula Wagener, and Melinda A. Stanley -- Cognitive-behavior therapy for late-life insomnia / Kristen C. Stone, Andrea K. Booth, and Kenneth L. Lichstein -- Relapse preventions model for older alcohol abusers / Larry W. Dupree [et al.] -- Cognitive-behavioral pain management interventions for long-term care residents with physical and cognitive disabilities / P. Andrew Clifford [et al.] -- Reducing psychosocial distress in family caregivers / Ann M. Steffen, Judith R. Gant, and Dolores Gallagher-Thompson -- Integrated psychosocial rehabilitation and health care for older people with serious mental illness / Meghan McCarthy, Kim T. Mueser, Sarah I. Pratt -- Cognitive therapy for suicidal older adults / Gregory K. Brown, Lisa M. Brown, Sunil S. Bhar, Aaron T. Beck -- Cognitive therapy for older people with psychosis / David Kingdon, Maged Swelam, Eric Granholm -- Behavioral interventions to improve management of overweight, obesity, and diabetes in patients with schzophrenia / Christine L. McKibbin [et al.] -- Dialectical behavior therapy for personality disorders in older adults / Jennifer S. Cheavens and Thomas R. Lynch -- Treating persons with dementia in context / Jane E. Fisher [et al.] -- Cognitive-behavioral case management for depressed low-income older adults / Patricia A. Areán, George Alexopoulos, Joyce P. Chu -- Post-stroke depression and CBT with older people / Ken Laidlaw -- Cognitive-behavioral therapy for older adults with bipolar disorder / Robert Reiser [et al.] -- Meaning reconstruction in later life: toward a cognitive-constructivist approach to grief therapy / Robert A. Neimeyer, Jason M. Holland, Joseph M. Currier, Tara Mehta -- PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder) in later life / Lee Hyer and Amanda Sacks -- Training of geriatric mental health providers in CBT interventions for older adults / Nancy A. Pachana, Bob Knight, Michele J. Karel, Judith S. Beck -- The role of positive aging in addressing the mental health needs of older adults / R.D. Hill and E. Mansour -- How Medicare shapes behavioral health practice with older adults in the US: issues and recommendations for practitioners / Paula E. Harman-Stein and James M. Georgoulakis.
  • 2009From: Springer
    edited by Cecil R. Reynolds and Elaine Fletcher-Janzen.
    Foundations and current issues -- Development of neuropsychology as a professional psychological specialty: history, training, and credentialing -- Development of the child's brain and behavior -- Development of cerebral lateralization in children -- Development of higher brain functions: birth through adolescence -- Neuropsychology of child psychopathology -- Neurodevelopmental malformations: etiology and clinical manifestations -- Pediatric brain injury: mechanisms and amelioration -- Neuropsychological basis of learning disabilities -- Measurement and statistical problems in neuropsychological assessment of children -- Models of inference in evaluating brain-behavior relationships in children -- Neuropsychological diagnosis -- Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Test Batteries for Children -- Nebraska Neuropsychological Children's Battery -- Applications of the Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children, 2nd edition in neuropsychological assessment -- Utilizing a neuropsychological paradigm for understanding common educational and psychological tests -- Assessment of behavior and personality in the neuropsychological diagnosis of children -- Psychophysiological evaluation of neuropsychological disorders in children -- Assessment of the Hispanic child -- Techniques of intervention -- Neurocognitive interventions for childhood and adolescent disorders: a transactional model -- Brain injury rehabilitation of children and youth: neurodevelopmental perspectives -- Neuropsychology of pediatric epilepsy and antiepileptic drugs -- Neuropsychological effects of stimulant medication on children's learning and behavior -- Nonstimulant psychotropic medication: desired and adverse cognitive events -- Special topics in clinical child neuropsychology -- Child clinical neuropsychology of drug abuse -- Neuropsychological aspects of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder -- Neurobehavioral and neurodevelopmental sequelae associated with pediatric HIV infection -- Neuropsychological sequelae of chronic medical disorders in children and youth -- Coping and adjustment of children with neurological disorder -- Child forensic neuropsychology: a scientific approach -- Neuropsychology and coma management -- Neuropsychological aspects of pervasive developmental and autism spectrum disorders -- Using the Planning, Attention, Simultaneous, Successive (PASS) theory within a neuropsychological context.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Jay C. Thomas, Michel Hersen (eds.).
    V. 1. General competencies -- v. 2. Intervention and treatment for adults -- v. 3. Intervention and treatment for children and adolescents.
  • 2014From: Springer
    edited by Christine M. Hunter, Christopher L. Hunter, Rodger Kessler.
    Growing recognition of the role of behavioral health in overall health, the rise of health psychology, the trend toward interdisciplinary medicine--any number of factors have made clinical psychology an integral part of integrative care. Its applicability to the range of specialties, populations, and levels of care adds to its increasing necessity in diverse healthcare settings. The Handbook of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings emphasizes evidence-based care and practical strategies for hands-on work with patients while illuminating the unique aspects of the practice of psychology within medical settings. Skills are examined in depth for more effective work with patients, more efficient teamwork with colleagues, and better functioning within medical settings, whether readers are involved in primary, secondary, or tertiary care or prevention. Chapters also focus on ethical, legal, and financial issues, as well as changes needed in training programs to ensure that the field keeps up with the evolution of care systems and service delivery. Included in the Handbook 's forward-looking coverage: Psychology and population health. Core competencies for success in medical settings. Evidence-based practice--and practice-based evidence. Marketing health psychology, both within and outside the medical setting. Competency for diverse populations. Plus chapters devoted to specific specialties and settings, from cardiology to women's health. Comprehensive yet highly readable, the Handbook of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings is a practice-building resource for health psychologists, clinical psychologists, and primary care physicians.
  • 2015From: Cambridge
    edited by Andrew J. Elliot, Mark D. Fairchild, and Anna Franklin.
    Part I. Introduction -- 1. Introduction and overview / Andrew J. Elliot, Mark D. Fairchild and Anna Franklin -- Part II. Foundations: basics of color science -- 2. Color models and systems / Mark D. Fairchild -- 3. Fundamentals of color vision I: color processing in the eye / Andrew Stockman and David H. Brainard -- 4. Fundamentals of color vision II: higher-order color processing / Karl R. Gegenfurtner and Robert Ennis -- 5. Evolution of color vision and its reflections in contemporary mammals / Gerald H. Jacobs -- 6. Some philosophical questions about color / Don Dedrick -- Part III. Development of and differences in color vision -- 7. Emergence and early development of color vision and color perception / Marc H. Bornstein -- 8. Color vision changes in normal aging / John L. Barbur and Marisa Rodriguez-Carmona -- 9. Individual differences in color vision / Michael A. Webster -- 10. Color vision deficiencies / Neil R.A. Parry -- Part IV. Color categorization -- 11. Universality of color categorization / Paul Kay -- 12. Color categorization across cultures / Jules Davidoff -- 13. Development of color categorization / Anna Franklin -- 14. The meaning of color words in a cross-linguistic perspective / Anna Wierzbicka -- Part V. Color symbolism and association -- 15. Early color symbolism / Ian Watts -- 16. Symbolic use of color in ritual, tradition, and folklore / John B. Hutchings -- 17. Color in camouflage, mimicry, and warning signals / Martin Stevens, Lina Maria Arenas and Alice E. Lown -- 18. Use of color in warnings / Michael S. Wogalter, Christopher B. Mayhorn and Olga A. Zielinska -- 19. Color emotion and color harmony / Li-chen Ou -- 20. Do metaphors color our perception of social life? / Brian P. Meier -- Part VI. Color preferences -- 21. Ecological aspects of color preference / Karen B. Schloss and Stephen E. Palmer -- 22. Biological, cultural, and developmental influences on color preferences / Anya Hurlbert and Angela Owen -- Part VII. Color effects on psychological and biological functioning -- 23. The role of color in the voluntary and involuntary guidance of selective attention / Charles L. Folk -- 24. Color and mate choice in non-human animals / James P. Higham and Sandra Winters -- 25. Color in romantic contexts in humans / Adam D. Pazda and Tobias Greitemeyer -- 26. Color in competition contexts in non-human animals / Joanna M. Setchell -- 27. Color in achievement contexts in humans / Markus A. Meier, Russell A. Hill, Andrew J. Elliot and Robert A. Barton -- 28. Color and face perception / Ian D. Stephen and David I. Perrett -- 29. Eating with our eyes: on the color of flavor / Charles Spence -- 30. Non-visual effects of colored light / Mark S. Rea and Mariana G. Figueiro -- Part VIII. Psychological effects on color perception -- 31. Memory effects on color perception / Christopher Witzel and Thorsten Hansen -- 32. Affect-related influences on color perception / Michael D. Robinson, Tianwei Liu and Jessica L. Bair -- Part IX. Color phenomena -- 33. Color appearance phenomena and visual illusions / Garrett M. Johnson -- 34. Synesthetic experiences of color / Jamie Ward.
  • v.1-2=, 2010From: Springer
    v.2From: Springer
    Joan C. Chrisler, Donald R. McCreary, editors.
    Volume 1. Gender research in general and experimental psychology. Introduction / Donald R. McCreary, Joan C. Chrisler -- Emergence and development of the psychology of women / Alexandra Rutherford, Leeat Granek -- Emergence and development of the psychology of men and masculinity / Sam V. Cochran -- Emergence and development of the psychological study of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues / Kristin A. Hancock, Karen Greenspan -- Quantitative approaches to the study of gender / Sarah K. Murnen, Linda Smolak -- Qualitative inquiry in gender studies / Mary M. Gergen -- Measuring gender : options and issues / Andrew P. Smiler, Marina Epstein -- Cross-cultural research methods and the study of gender / Gordon B. Forbes -- Gender diverse recruitment to research projects / Deborah J. Bowen, Chanita Hughes Halbert, Alecia Robinson, Uli Boehmer -- Interpreting and communicating the results of gender-related research / Peter Hegarty, Felicia Pratto -- The physiology of sex differences -- Deborah Saucier, Crystal Ehresman -- Sex and gender in sensation and perception / Joseph A. Schroeder -- On tending to our scientific knitting : thinking about gender in the context of evolution / Nora S. Newcombe -- Gender in the classroom / Susan A. Basow -- Gender and academic abilities and preferences / Heather A. Priess, Janet Shibley Hyde -- Gender, spatial abilities, and wayfinding / Carol A. Lawton -- Gender and creativity / Mark A. Runco, Bonnie Cramond, Alexander R. Pagnani -- Words matter : the language of gender / Christine A. Smith, Ingrid Johnston-Robledo, Maureen C. McHugh, Joan C. Chrisler -- She said, he said : gender, language, and power / Maureen C. McHugh, Jennifer Hambaugh -- Gender, power, and nonverbal behavior / Marianne Schmid Mast, Sabine Sczesny -- Gender, emotion, and socialization / Leslie R. Brody, Judith A. Hall -- Sex and gender differences in eating behavior / C. Peter Herman, Janet Polivy -- Gender differences in sexuality / Jennifer Petersen, Janet Shibley Hyde -- Gender identity and stereotyping in early and middle childhood / May Ling Halim, Diane Ruble -- Gender in adolescence : applying a person-in-context approach to gender identity and roles / Katherine H. Clemans, Laura M. DeRose, Julia A. Graber, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn -- Gender, adult development, and aging / Abigail J. Stewart, Nicky J. Newton. Volume 2. Gender research in social and applied psychology. Introduction / Donald R. McCreary, Joan C. Chrisler -- Gender and personality / Jayne E. Stake, Heather Eisele -- Gender and motivation for achievement, affiliation-intimacy, and power / Lauren E. Duncan, Bill E. Peterson -- Gender issues in psychological testing of personality and abilities / Nancy Lynn Baker, Janelle L. Mason -- Gender stereotypes in diagnostic criteria / Alisha Ali, Paula J. Caplan, Rachel Fagnant -- Gender identity disorder : concerns and controversies / Kate Richmond, Kate Carroll, Kristoffer Denboske -- Gender, sexual orientation, and vulnerability to depression / Mark L. Hatzenbuehler, Lori M. Hilt, Susan Nolen-Hoeksema -- Gender and body image / Rachel M. Calogero, J. Kevin Thompson -- Feminist psychotherapies : theory, research, and practice / Cynthia M. Bruns, Ellyn Kaschak -- Psychotherapy with men / Matt Englar-Carlson, Mark A. Stevens, Robert Scholz -- Gender issues in family therapy and couples counseling / Louise B. Silverstein, Gary R. Brooks -- Gender, peer relations, and intimate romantic relationships / Tara C. Marshall -- Gender, aggression, and prosocial behavior / Irene Hanson Frieze, Man Yu Li -- Gender and group behavior / Linda L. Carli -- Sexual and gender prejudice / Ritch C. Savin-Williams, Seth T. Pardo, Zhana Vrangalova, Ryan S. Mitchell, Kenneth M. Cohen -- Gender and occupational choice / Helen M.G. Watt -- Gender and the division of labor / Scott Coltrane, Kristy Y. Shih -- The gendered nature of workplace mistreatment / Vicki J. Magley, Jessica A. Gallus, Jennifer A. Bunk -- Gender and leadership : negotiating the labyrinth / Ronit Kark, Alice H. Eagly -- Gender, health, and health behaviors / Christina Lee -- Gender, stress, and coping / Amy Zwicker, Anita DeLongis -- Gender and health-care utilization / Cheryl Brown Travis, Andrea L. Meltzer, Dawn M. Howerton -- Gender issues in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic illness / Vivian S. Hwang, Sharon Danoff-Burg -- Gender in sport and exercise psychology / Diane L. Gill, Cindra S. Kamphoff -- Ethical and methodological considerations for gender researchers in forensic psychology / Kenneth V. Heard -- The treatment of gender in community psychology research / Sharon M. Wasco, Meg A. Bond -- Gender and media : content, uses, and impact / Dara N. Greenwood, Julia R. Lippman -- Gender and military psychology / Angela R. Febbraro, Ritu M. Gill.
  • 2012From: Springer
    edited by Alexandra Rutherford, Rose Capdevila, Vindhya Undurti, Ingrid Palmary.
    Part I. Introduction -- ch. 1. Feminisms and psychologies: multiple meanings, diverse practices, and forging possibilities in an age of globalization / Alexandra Rutherford . . . [et al.] -- Part II. History, politics, context -- ch. 2. Searching for feminism in psychology in Turkey / Hale Bolak Boratav -- ch. 3. Waves of feminist psychology in the United States: politics and perspectives / Joan C. Chrisler and Maureen C. McHugh -- ch. 4. Feminist changes in Israel / Dahlia Moore -- ch. 5. Feminisms and psychology in the contemporary Spanish state / Barbara Biglia -- ch. 6. Feminism, psychology, and gender studies: the Brazilian case / Adriano Henrique Nuernberg . . . [et al.] -- ch. 7. Development of feminist psychology: a Pakistani perspective / Ruhi Khalid -- Part III. Experience -- ch. 8. Feminist approaches to psychology in the Nordic countries: the fates of feminism in psychology in modern welfare societies / Eva Magnusson and Hanne Haavind -- ch. 9. (Re)locating the feminist standpoint in the practice of psychology today: a case of India / Manasi Kumar -- ch. 10. Shaping feminist psychologies in Aotearoa: history, paradox, transformation / Mandy Morgan . . . [et al.] -- ch. 11. Psychology, women, and political practice in Britain / Erica Burman -- Part IV. Specificity -- ch. 12. South African psychology and gender: and analysis of the SAJP and PINS journals 1994-2009 / Peace Kiguwa and Malose Langa -- ch. 13. Feminist psychology in China / Xue Fei Chen and Fanny M. Cheung -- ch. 14. Canadian perspectives on feminism and psychology / H. Lorraine Radtke -- ch. 15. Present but unnamed: feminisms and psychologies in Sri Lanka / Jeanne Marecek and Udeni M.H. Appuhamilage.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Elena L. Grigorenko, editor.
    11-34 -- Developmental Changes in Adolescence and Risks for Delinquency -- The "Why(s)" of Criminal Behavior in Juveniles: The Long and the Short of It -- Race and Sex Disparity in Juvenile Justice Processing -- Major Principles in a Minor Context: Forensic Practices Involving Adolescents -- Juveniles and Criminal Responsibility Evaluations -- Sentencing Juveniles to Life in Prison Without the Opportunity for Parole -- Transfer to Adult Court: Enhancing Clinical Forensic Evaluations and Informing Policy -- Need for and Barriers to Inclusion in Health Research of Justice-Involved Youth -- Toward Establishing Standards of Practice in Juvenile Forensic Mental Health Assessment -- Assessment in Juvenile Justice Systems: An Overview -- Mental Health Assessment of Juveniles -- The Juvenile Forensic Court Clinic in Theory and Practice -- The History, Development, and Testing of Forensic Risk Assessment Tools -- Assessing Juveniles for Risk of Violence -- Becoming More Therapeutic: Motivational Interviewing as a Communication Style for Paraprofessionals in Juvenile Justice Settings -- At the Junction of Personality Theories: Working with Juvenile Offenders -- Services for Youth in Closed Settings: Gaps in Services -- Implementing Evidence-Based Practices for Juvenile Justice Prevention and Treatment in Communities -- Preventing Early Conduct Problems and Later Delinquency -- Treating Juvenile Offenders: Best Practices and Emerging Critical Issues -- Psychopharmacological Treatment of Youth in Juvenile Justice Settings -- IICAPS: A Treatment Model for Delinquent Youths with Co-occurring Mental Health Disorders -- Serving Dually Diagnosed Youth in the Juvenile Justice System -- Treating Juvenile Sex Offenders -- Sexually Transmitted Infections in Juvenile Offenders -- A Self-Regulation Model for the Treatment of Pathological Juvenile Firesetters -- Mentor Programming for At-Risk Youth -- Responding to Child Trauma: Theory, Programs, and Policy -- Psychosocial Treatment of Traumatized Juveniles -- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Among Youth Involved in Juvenile Justice -- Trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Among Youth in the Juvenile Justice System: A Critical Appraisal -- Juvenile Offenders with Disabilities: Challenges and Promises -- Ensuring that They Learn -- Female Juvenile Offenders -- Juvenile Gangs -- Juvenile Forensic Psychology and Psychiatry: The Movement Toward Data-Based Innovations.
  • 2013From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Freddy A. Paniagua, Ann-Marie Yamada.
    Discusses the impact of cultural, ethnic, and racial variables for the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, service delivery, and development of skills for working with culturally diverse populations. This second edition recognizes diversity as extending beyond race and ethnicity to reflect characteristics or experiences related to gender, age, religion, disability, and socioeconomic status.
  • 2017From: Wiley
    Irving B. Weiner, Roger L. Greene.
  • 2009From: Springer
    edited by Wayne Sailor, Glen Dunlap, George Sugai, Rob Horner.
    Foreword / Renée Bradley -- Introduction: Overview and history of positive behavior support / Glen Dunlap ... [et al.]. The intellectual roots of positive behavior support and their implications for its development / George H.S. Singer and Mian Wang -- Early childhood, family and community: Positive behavior support and early intervention / Glen Dunlap and Lise Fox. Toward an ecological unit of analysis in behavioral assessment and intervention with families of children with developmental disabilities / Joseph M. Lucyshyn ... [et al.]. Positive behavior support and early intervention for young children with autism : case studies on the efficacy of proactive treatment of problem behavior / Phillip S. Strain and Ilene Schwartz. Integrating a positive behavior support approach within Head Start / Andy J. Frey, Cheryl Anne Boyce, and Louisa Banks Tarullo. Empirically supported intervention practices for autism spectrum disorders in school and community settings : issues and practices / Lynn Kern Koegel, Suzanne Robinson, and Robert L. Koegel. A programwide model for supporting social emotional development and addressing challenging behavior in early childhood setting / Lise Fox and Mary Louise Hemmeter. Integrating PBS, mental health services, and family-driven care / Albert J. Duchnowski and Krista Kutash. Optimistic parenting : hope and help for parents with challenging children / V. Mark Durand ... [et al.]. Families facing extraordinary challenges in urban communities systems-level application of positive behavior support / Amy McCart ... [et al.]. Delivering behavior support in the foster care system / Kimberly Crosland ... [et al.] -- Schoolwide: Defining and describing schoolwide positive behavior support / George Sugai and Robert H. Horner. Sustainability of systems-level evidence-based practices in schools : current knowledge and future directions / Kent McIntosh, Robert H. Horner, and George Sugai. Increasing family participation through schoolwide positive behavior supports / Timothy J. Lewis. Primary-tier interventions and supports / Heather Peshak George, Don Kincaid, and Jenna Pollard-Sage. Secondary-tier interventions and supports / Leanne S. Hawken ... [et al.]. Function-based supports for individual students in school settings / Terrance M. Scott ... [et al.]. Implementation of schoolwide positive behavior support in urban settings / Robert Putnam ... [et al.]. Positive behavior support in alternative education, community-based mental health, and juvenile justice settings / C. Michael Nelson ... [et al.]. Behavior supports in nonclassroom settings / Lori Newcomer, Geoff Colvin, and Timothy J. Lewis. Facilitating academic achievement through schoolwide positive behavior support / Bob Algozzine and Kate Algozzine. Using a problem-solving model to enhance data-based decision making in schools / J. Stephen Newton ... [et al.]. Finding a direction for high school positive behavior support / Hank Bohanon ... [et al.]. Systems change and the complementary roles of in-service and preservice training in schoolwide positive behavior support / Rachel Freeman -- New directions: Sustaining positive behavior support in a context of comprehensive school reform / Wayne Sailor ... [et al.]. Completing the continuum of schoolwide positive behavior support : wraparound as a tertiary-level intervention / Lucille Eber ... [et al.]. Implementing function-based support within schoolwide positive behavior support / Cynthia M. Anderson and Terrence M. Scott. Response to intervention and positive behavior support / Wayne Sailor ... [et al.].
  • 2012From: Springer
    Edward C. Chang, Christina A. Downey, editors.
    Integrating positive psychology and developmental viewpoints into the study of mental health across diverse groups -- A history of cross-cultural clinical psychology and its importance to mental health today -- Psychology of African American children, strengths and challenges -- The challenge of understanding the mental health of African Americans: the risks and rewards of segregation, support, and John Henryism -- Psychology of older adults: exploring the effects of class and culture on the mental health of African Americans -- More than a nice thing to do: a practice-based evidence approach to outcome evaluation in native youth and family programs -- Natve American adult lifespan perspectives: where power moves -- Psychology of older American Indians and Alaska Natives: strengths and challenges to maintaining mental health -- Psychology of Asian American children: contributions of cultural heritage and the minority experience -- Psychology of Asian American adults: challenges and strengths -- Psychology of Asian American older adults: status, challenges, and strengths -- Psychology of European American children -- Psychology of European American adults: challenges, advantages, and the push for further growth -- Older white adults and mental health -- US Latino youth -- Psychology of Latino adults: challenges and an agenda for action -- Psycholog of Latino American older adults: strengths and challenges to mental health in a shifting society -- Race, age, and mental health: expanding on the transactional model of development to include the impact of racial group membership -- Multidimensional clinical competence: considering racial group, development, and the positive psychology movement in clinical practice -- Index.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Sandra L. Christenson, Amy L. Reschly, Cathy Wylie, editors.
    pt. 1. What is student engagement? -- pt. 2. Engagement as linked to motivational variables -- pt. 3. Engagement and contextual influences -- pt. 4. Student engagement : determinants and student outcomes -- pt. 5. Measurement issues, instruments, and approaches.
  • 2017From: Springer
    Maurice B. Mittelmark, Shifra Sagy, Monica Eriksson, Georg F. Bauer, Jürgen M. Pelikan, Bengt Lindström, Geir Arild Espnes, editors ; foreword by Ilona Kickbusch.
    Section I: History and Development of the Salutogenic Model -- Introduction to the Aim of the Book -- Aaron Antonovsky, the Scholar and the Man -- The Salutogenic Model of Health: Developments from 1979 to 1994 -- The Sense of Coherence as Appreciated by Antonovsky -- Section II: Developments in the Era after Antonovsky: Sense of Coherence -- The Role of Culture in the Development of Sense of Coherence -- Development of SOC over the Life Course -- Sense of Coherence: Individuals, Families, Community -- Critical Reflections on the Conceptualisation and Measurement of SOC -- Section III: Developments in the Era after Antonovsky -- The Conceptualisation, Nature, Sources and Measurement of Generalised Resistance Resources -- Public and Private Health Measures and Other Specific Resistance Resources -- The Concepts of Health in Research Based on the Salutogenic Model -- Section IV: Salutogenesis Research in Settings for Health Promotion -- Organisations and Work Life -- Schools -- Cities and Towns -- Community Gardens and Care Farms -- Health Care Settings -- Very Poor Settings in the Global South -- Correctional Settings -- Section V: Salutogenesis Scholarship in Non-English Literatures -- Dutch -- French -- German -- Hebrew -- Italian -- Japanese -- Polish -- Russian -- Scandinavian Languages -- Spanish -- Section VI: From the Present to the Future -- Newer Conceptualisations of the Salutogenic Model of Health -- Evidence-Based Revision of the Salutogenic Model -- Development of the Salutogenic Orientation as Part of a Larger Movement Towards Positive Perspectives in Health Promotion -- Conclusions -- Resources.
  • 2005From: ScienceDirect
    pt. 2 (2005)From: ScienceDirect
    edited by T. Steckler, N.H. Kalin, J.M.H.M. Reul.
    Pt. 1. The Neurobiology of stress -- pt. 2. Stress: integrative and clinical aspects. Contents of pt. 2: Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis in postnatal life / D.M. Vázquez and S. Levine -- Early-life environmental manipulations in rodents and primates : potential animal models in depression research / C.R. Pryce ... [et al.] -- Gene targeted animals with alterations in corticotropin pathways : new insights into allostatic control / S.C. Coste, S.E. Murray and M.P. Stenzel-Poore -- Rat strain differences in stress sensitivity / B.A. Ellenbroek, E.J. Geven and A.R. Cools -- Glucocorticoid hormones, individual differences, and behavioral and dopaminergic responses to psychostimulant drugs / M. Marinelli and P.V. Piazza -- Social hierarchy and stress / R.R. Sakai and K.L.K. Tamashiro -- Stress-induced hyperthermia / B. Olivier ... [et al.] -- Cytokine activation of the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis / A.J. Dunn -- Glucocorticoids and the immune response / G.J. Wiegers ... [et al.] -- The molecular basis of fever / T. Cartmell and D. Mitchell -- Animal models of posttraumatic stress disorder / I. Liberzon, S. Khan and E.A. Young -- Neuroendocrine aspects of PTSD / R. Yehuda -- Depression and effects of antidepressant drugs on the stress systems / S. Modell and F. Holsboer -- A contemporary appraisal of the role of stress in schizophrenia / R.R.J. Lewine -- Atypical antipsychotic drugs and stress / C.E. Marx ... [et al.] -- The role of stress in opiate and psychostimulant addiction : evidence from animal models / L. Lu and Y. Shaham -- Stress and drug abuse / R. Sinha -- Stress and dementia / E. Ferrari ... [et al.] -- CRF antagonists as novel treatment strategies for stress-related disorders / T. Steckler -- Nonpeptide vasopressin V1b receptor antagonists / G. Griebel and C. Serradeil-Le Gal -- Substance P (NK1 receptor) antagonists / N.M.J. Rupniak -- Glucocorticoid antagonists and depression / J.S. Andrews.
    Also available: Print – pt. 2, 2005.
  • 2005From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Cary L. Cooper.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2010From: Springer
    edited by Thomas W. Miller.
    An international and multidisciplinary core of clinicians, physicians, counsellors, educators, and researchers provide perspectives on the subject and scope of the stressful aspects of transitions in the life span. Transitions are discussed in depth, and the book balances theoretical knowledge with practical applications.
  • 2006From: ScienceDirect
    editors, James E. Birren and K. Warner Schaie ; associate editors, Ronald P. Abeles, Margaret Gatz, and Timothy A. Salthouse.
    Concepts, theory, and methods in the psychology of aging -- Biological and social influences on aging and behavior -- Behavioral processes and aging -- Complex behavioral concepts and processes in aging.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Leslie Citrome.
    Handbook of Treatment-resistant Schizophrenia is a concise review of treatment-resistant schizophrenias definition, measurement tools, adherence issues, substance abuse, optimal dosing, clinicianpatient relationships, and current management approaches. The book was originally commissioned with the intention of creating a comprehensive text focusing on treatment-resistant schizophrenia and its management. The book explores many aspects of the background and practice- and research-based evidence for treating this complex subset of schizophrenia, including psychopharmacological, somatic, and nonpharmacological treatment approaches. While exploring the various therapies for treatment-resistant schizophrenia, Dr Citrome also emphasizes the importance of building strong and trusting relationships between patients and their clinicians so the clinician can best manage their patients adherence and overall treatment.
  • 2006From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Aubrey H. Fine.
    The original edition was the first book to provide a comprehensive overview of the ways in which animals can assist therapists with treatment of specific populations, and/or in specific settings. The second edition continues in this vein, with 7 new chapters plus substantial revisions of continuing chapters as the research in this field has grown. New coverage includes: Animals as social supports, Use of AAT with Special Needs students, the role of animals in the family- insights for clinicians, and measuring the animal-person bond. Also features contributions from veterinarians, animal trainers, psychologists, and social workers as well as guidelines and best practices for using animals as therapeutic companions, and addresses specific types of patients and environmental situations. From publisher description.
  • Emma Seppälä, Ph. D.
    Stop chasing the future -- Step out of overdrive -- Manage your energy -- Get more done by doing more of nothing -- Enjoy a successful relationship ... with yourself -- Understand the kindness edge.
  • 2014From: Cambridge
    Eric Emerson, Chris Hatton.
    People with intellectual disabilities -- Health and health inequalities -- The health of people with intellectual disabilities -- Applying a health inequalities perspective -- Addressing the health inequalities faced by people with intellectual disabilities -- Conclusions.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Kalina Kawecka-Jaszcz, Marek Klocek, Beata Tobiasz-Adamczyk, Christopher J. Bulpitt, editors.
    The genesis of health : evolution of the concept of health-related quality of life -- Quality of life in hypertensive patients -- Quality of life in patients with coronary artery disease -- Quality of life in patients after coronary interventional treatment -- Quality of life in patients with chronic heart failure -- Quality of life in patients with cardiac rhythm disturbances -- Quality of life in patients with implantable cardiac devices -- Quality of life after stroke.
  • 2007From: Springer
    FulltextFrom: Springer
    Michael Schlande ; forewords by Peter S. Jensen and Panos G. Kanavos.
    Appendices: Abbreviations and use of terminology -- Critical gaps of assessment -- Consistency issues associated with NICE assessment. Introduction -- A note on objectives and methods -- NICE [National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence] appraisal process -- NICE appraisal of ADHD treatments -- NICE appraisal of ADHD treatment options: a critique -- Discussion and implications -- Which way forward?
  • 2007From: Springer
    edited by Gerrit Glas ... [et al.].
    Introduction to historical and conceptual issues / Gerrit Glas -- Psychiatry and religion: an unconsummated marriage / Herman van Praag -- Biblical narratives as history: biblical persons as objects of historical faith / C. Stephen Evans -- Introduction to prophecy: theological and psychological aspects / Gerrit Glas -- The dynamics of prophecy in the writings of Abraham Joshua Heschel / Neil Gillman -- The prophets as persons / Bob Becking -- Jeremiah interpreted: a rabbinic analysis of the prophet / Bryna Jocheved Levy -- Introduction to martyrdom: theological and psychological aspects / Gerrit Glas -- Martyrdom: theological and psychological aspects. Martyrdom in Judaism / Hyam Maccoby -- The martyrdom of Paul / Jakob van Bruggen -- Spiritual, human, and psychological dimensions / Msngr. H.W.M. Tájirá. Introduction to messianism: theological and psychological aspects / Gerrit Glas -- Casting a psychological look on Jesus the marginal Jew / Antoine Vergote -- The land of Israel: desire and dread in Jewish literature / Aviezer Ravitzky -- The person of Jesus / Abraham van de Beek -- Imagining Jesus: to portray or betray? Psycho (-patho)logical aspects of attempts to discuss the historical individual / Peter J. Verhagen -- Introduction to interdisciplinary issues: prospects for the future / Gerrit Glas -- The hidden subject of Job: mirroring and the anguish of interminable desire / Moshe Halevi Spero -- Biblical themes in psychiatric practice: implications for psychopathology and psychotherapy / Samuel Pfeifer -- The bible and psychology: new directions in biblical scholarship / Wayne G. Rollins -- Searching for the dynamic 'within'. Concluding remarks on 'psychological aspects of biblical concepts and personalities' / Gerrit Glas.
  • 2008From: Springer
    Karen Kayser, Jennifer L. Scott.
    The Nature of cancer and its psychosocial challenges -- Why work with couples? -- Assessing the couple's adjustment to cancer -- Integrating tasks of illness into the couple's daily routine -- Building cognitive coping skills -- Communicating support -- Expanding the couple's coping skills -- Enhancing sexuality and body image -- Helping children to cope when a mother has cancer -- Living with cancer after treatment ends.
  • 2011From: Wellcome Trust
    edited by C. Overy, L.A. Reynolds and E.M. Tansey.
  • 2014From: Wiley
    edited by John A. Joska, Dan J. Stein, Igor Grant.
    Epidemiology of psychopathology in HIV / Milton L. Wainberg, Karen McKinnon and Francine Cournos -- Pathogenesis of mental health disorders in HIV / Gursharan Chana, Chad A. Bousman and Ian P. Everall -- Clinical aspects of HIV-related neurocognitive disorders / Nicholas W.S. Davies and Bruce J. Brew -- Treatment of psychiatric disorders in HIV / Maria Ferrara, Ignacio Perez Valero, David J. Moore, Adam F. Knight, Nichole A. Duarte and J. Hampton Atkinson -- Special populations and public health aspects / Francine Cournos, Karen McKinnon, Veronica Pinho and Milton Wainberg.
  • 2014From: OSO
    Rebecca Treiman and Brett Kessler.
    Mastering the writing system of one's language is crucial for success in a modern society. This book examines how children learn to produce writing. It provides a novel theoretical framework that integrates findings from a wide range of age groups - from children who are producing their first scribbles to experienced spellers who are writing complex words. The book is unique in the range of topics and languages that it covers. Also unique is the way in which it integrates linguistic insights about the nature of writing systems with discussions of literacy development in children.
  • 2012From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Noël Cameron and Barry Bogin.
    The human growth curve, canalization and catch-up growth / Noël Cameron -- Growth in infancy and childhood: a pediatric approach / Horacio Lejarraga -- Adolescent growth / Roland Hauspie and Mathieu Roelants -- Puberty / Peter T. Ellison and Meredith W. Reiches -- Endocrine control of growth / Ron G. Rosenfeld -- Nutrition and growth / Nicholas G. Norgan, Barry bogin and Noël Cameron -- Genomics, epigenetics and growth / Geert R. Mortier and Wim Vanden Berghe -- The genetic epidemiology of growth and development / Bradford Towne, Ellen W. Demerath and Stefan A. Czerwinski -- Social and economic effects on growth / Richard H. Steckel -- Environmental effects on growth / Lawrence M. Schell, Kristen L. Knutson and Stephen Bailey -- The evolution of human growt / Barry Bogin -- Early environments, developmental plasticity and chronic degenerative disease / Christopher W. Kuzawa -- Leg length, body proportion, health and beauty / Barry Bogin -- Physical activity as a factor in growth and maturation / Robert M. Malina -- Comparative and evolutionary perspectives on human brain growth / William R. Leonard, J. Josh Snodgrass and Marcia L. Robertson -- Saltation and stasis / Michelle Lampl -- Lectures on human growth / Peter C. Hindmarsh -- Body composition during growth and development / Babette S. Zemel -- The measurement of human growth / Noël Cameron -- Assessment of maturation / Noël Cameron -- Growth references and standards / T.J. Cole.
  • 2009From: Springer
    R. Grant Steen.
    1. Are People Getting Smarter? -- 2. Human IQ and Increasing Intelligence -- 3. Evolution and Increasing Intelligence -- 4. Brain Development and Increasing Intelligence -- 5. Environment and Increasing Intelligence -- 6. Evidence of Physical Plasticity in Humans -- 7. Evidence of Mental Plasticity in Humans -- 8. Evidence of Cognitive Plasticity in Humans -- 9. Impact of Medical Conditions on Human IQ in the United States -- 10. Impact of Medical Conditions on Human IQ Worldwide -- 11. Medical Interventions for Cognitive Impairment -- 12. Increasing IQ in the United States -- 13. Increasing IQ and Social Justice.
  • 2017From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Jon Leefmann, Elisabeth Hildt.
    Introduction -- I. Prospects and limitations of neuroscience research in the humanities and social sciences. Neurophilosophy or philosophy of neuroscience? : what neuroscience and philosophy can and cannot do for each other / Michael Jungert -- Philosophical puzzles evade empirical evidence : some thoughts and clarifications regarding the relation between brain sciences and philosophy of mind / Işik Sarihan -- "Who's afraid of the big bad neuroscience?" : neuroscience's impact on our notions of self and free will / Rui Vieira da Cunha and João Bettencourt Relvas -- Free will--between philosophy and neuroscience / Anna Drozdzewska -- Histories of the brain : toward a critical interaction of the humanities and neurosciences / Mattia Della Rocca -- II. The neurosciences of social sciences and ethics. The theory of brain-sign : a new model of brain operation / Philip Clapson -- On the redundancies of "social agency" / Alexandros Tillas -- Two kinds of reverse inference in Cognitive neuroscience / Guillermo del Pinal and Marco J. Nathan -- The neuroscience of ethics beyond the is-ought orthodoxy : the example of the dual process theory of moral judgment / Nadia El Eter -- III. The neurosciences in society : social, cultural, and ethical implications of the neuro-turn. Effects of the neuro-turn : the neural network as a paradigm for human self-understanding / Yvonne Förster -- Brain, art, salvation : on the traditional character of the neuro-hype / Gerd Grübler -- "A mind plague on both your houses" : imagining the impact of the neuro-turn on the neurosciences / Melissa M. Littlefield -- Being a good external frontal lobe : parenting teenage brains / Ties van de Werff -- Toward neuroscience literacy? : theoretical and practical considerations / Alexander Bergmann, Anne Biehl and Jörg Zabel -- "Strangers" in neuroscientific research / Berit Bringedal, Markus Christen, Nikola Biller-Andorno, Hironori Matsuzaki and Alberto Rábano -- At the push of a button, narrative strategies and the image of deep brain stimulation / Oonagh Hayes.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Kenneth Shapiro, Antonia J.Z. Henderson.
    This book provides step-by-step guidance on how to identify, assess and treat adults who have abused animals. The theoretical framework employed is broad, encompassing cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, attachment, and trauma-based theories. Organized by stages of therapy, the text discusses how to frame the therapy, establish a working relationship, deal with resistance, establishing accountability, clarifying values related to animals, and teaching self-management skills such as empathy, attachment, accommodation, reciprocity and nurturance. Additional materials are included or referenced, including an appendix of cases that illustrate the variety of client presentations and electronic supplementary material demonstrates role-played interviews and a workshop presentation.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Stephen E. Brock, Shane R. Jimerson, Robin L. Hansen.
    ADHD is the most commonly diagnosed childhood behavioral disorder. Moreover, many students receiving special education assistance are reported to have ADHD. This book offers guidance on conducting psycho educational assessments of children with ADHD. It is suitable for school psychologists, and mental health professionals.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Catherine Christo, John M. Davis, Stephen E. Brock.
    "As many as one in four children experiences problems with reading. Dyslexia, the most common learning disability leads to well-documented negative effects on school and, ultimately, adult success. Therefore, it is critical that school professionals provide early and effective assessment and intervention. This volume equips practitioners with in-depth understanding of the disorder and a wealth of practical information for meeting student needs." "As the duties of school psychologists and related education professionals become more complex, recognizing and providing services for students with learning disorders has become progressively more demanding. Identifying, Assessing, and Treating Dyslexia at School offers practitioners an accessible and easy-to-read reference that they will use for years to come."--BOOK JACKET.
  • 2012From: Karger
    volume editor, Cynthia Garcia-Coll.
    Introduction: the global, the local-- children and immigration around the world / C. Garcia Coll -- Quiet in the eye of the beholder: teacher perceptions of Asian immigrant children / Y. Yamamoto, J. Li -- The impact of social contexts in schools: adolescents who are new to Canada and their sense of belonging / M.H. Gagné, J.D. Shapka, D.M. Law -- Are immigrant children in Italy better adjusted than mainstream Italian children? / R. Dimitrova, A. Chasiotis -- Ethnic identity, acculturation orientations, and psychological well-being among adolescents of immigrant background in Kenya / A. Abubakar [and others] -- Immigrant youth adaptation in context: the role of society of settlement / D.L. Sam, G. Horenczyk -- Examining spiritual capital and acculturation across ecological systems: developmental implications for children and adolescents in diverse immigrant families / S.S. Oh, H. Yoshikawa -- Immigrant youth and discrimination / P. Vedder, M. van Geel -- Immigrant family separations: the experience of separated, unaccompanied, and reunited youth and families / C. Suárez-Orozco, M.G. Hernández.
  • 2013From: Wiley
    edited by Graham Thornicroft, Mirella Ruggeri, David Goldberg.
    The nature and scale of the global mental health challenge / Mirella Ruggeri, Graham Thornicroft, & David Goldberg -- Scaling up mental health care in resource poor settings / Shekhar Saxena, Benedetto Saraceno, and Justin Granstein -- Swings and roundabouts of community psychiatry : the UK fairground / Peter Tyrer -- Mental health services and recovery / Mike Slade ... [et al.] -- Implementing evidence-based treatments in routine mental health services / Antonio Lasalvia and Mirella Ruggeri -- The need for new models of care for people with severe mental illness in low- and middle-income countries / Ruben Alvarado ... [et al.] -- The role of primary care in low- and middle- income countries / David Goldberg, Graham Thornicroft and Nadja van Ginneken -- Meeting the challenge of physical co-morbidity and unhealthy lifestyles / Lorenzo Burti ... [et al.] -- Complex interventions in mental health services research : potential, limitations and challenges / Thomas Becker and Berndt Puschner -- The feasibility of applying the clinical staging paradigm to the care of people with mental disorders / Javier Vâazquez-Bourgon ... [et al.] -- Work, mental health, and depression / Aart Schene ... [et al.] -- Training mental health providers in better communication with their patients / Christa Zimmermann ... [et al.] -- Making an economic case for community mental health services / Martin Knapp -- Incorporating local information and prior expert knowledge to evidence-informed mental health system research / Luis Salvador-Carulla ... [et al.] -- Innovative epidemiological methods / Francesco Amaddeo ... [et al.] -- Routine outcome monitoring : a tool to improve the quality of mental health care? / Sjord Sytema and Lian van der Krieke -- Psychiatric case registers : their use in the era of global mental health / Povl Munk-Jorgensen ... [et al.] -- Can brain imaging address psychosocial functioning and outcome in schizophrenia? / Marcella Bellani, Nicola Dusi, and Paolo Brambilla -- Statistics and the evaluation of the effects of randomised health care interventions / Graham Dunn -- Service user involvement in in mental health research / Diana Rose -- Psychotropic drug epidemiology and systematic reviews of randomised clinical trials : the roads travelled, the roads ahead / Andrea Cipriani, Michela Nosè, and Corrado Barbui -- Services for people with severe mental disorders in high-income countries : from efficacy to effectiveness / Paul Bebbington, Elizabeth Kuipers & David Fowler -- The management of mental disorders in the primary care setting -- Matteo Balestrieri -- How many wobbly planks in the platform of mental health care? / Norman Sartorius -- Treatment gaps and knowledge gaps in mental health : schizophrenia as a global challenge / Assen Jablensky.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Jonathan Hunter, Robert Maunder, editors.
    Introduction -- Background: Fundamentals of Attachment Theory -- Advanced Attachment Concepts -- Specific populations: Family Practice/Somatization -- Diabetes -- Chronic Pain -- Nephrology/dialysis -- Hepatitis/obesity -- Cancer/ Palliative care -- The Disorganized attachment patient -- The interventions: Consultation and Liaison (C&L) -- Collaborative Care -- Psychotherapy -- Mentalizing -- The Future: What about the practitioner's attachment system -- Health care process/systems -- The Attachment approach to Medical Education -- The Attachment Lens on Psychosomatics -- Summary.
  • 2008From: Springer
    Masood Zangeneh, Alex Blaszczynski, Nigel E. Turner, editors.
    Introduction / Masood Zangeneh, Alex Blaszczynski and Nigel E. Turner -- Explaining Why People Gamble / Michael Walker, Tony Schellink, and Fadi Anjoul -- Games, Gambling, and Gambling Problems / Nigel E. Turner -- Exploring the Mind of the Gambler / Ewa Czerny, Stephanie Koenig, and Nigel E. Turner -- Individual Factors in the Development and Maintenance of Problem Gambling / Masood Zangeneh, Alex Grunfeld, and Stephanie Koenig -- Gambling / Lisa Cavion, Carol Wong, and Masood Zangeneh -- A Critical Perspective on Gambling / Amnon Jacob Suissa -- The Marketing of Gambling / Masood Zangeneh, Mark Griffiths, and Jonathan Parke -- Religiosity and Gambling Rituals / Robert Grunfeld, Masood Zangeneh, and Lea Diakoloukas -- Buying a Risk / G. E. Minchin -- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Problem Gamblers / Malcolm Battersby, Jane Oakes, Barry Tolchard, Angus Forbes, and Rene Pols -- Psychopharmacological Management of Pathological Gambling / Jon E. Grant, Suck Won Kim, and Marc N. Potenza -- A Transpersonal Developmental Approach to Gambling Treatment / Gary Nixon and Jason Solowoniuk -- How Science Can "Think" About Gamblers Anonymous / Peter Ferentzy and Wayne Skinner -- Problem Gambling and Anger: Integrated Assessment and Treatment / Lorne M. Korman, Emily Cripps, and Tony Toneatto -- A Treatment Approach for Adolescents with Gambling Problems / Rina Gupta and Jeffrey Derevensky -- The Evolution of Problem Gambling Helplines / Gary Clifford.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Michael T. Bardo, Diana H. Fishbein, Richard Milich, editors.
    Part I: Introduction -- Part II: Neurobehavioral approaches for understanding inhibitory control -- Part III: Translating research on inhibitory control to at-risk populations -- PartIV: Translating research on inhibitory control to prevention interventions -- PartV: Conclusion.
  • 2011From: ScienceDirect
    editied by Charles Silverstein.
    1. Introduction / Charles Silverstein -- 2. Scott's Interview (transcript) / Charles Silverstein -- 3. The initial psychotherapy interview / Charles Silverstein -- 4. Variations on gender and orientation in Scott's first interview / Margaret Nichols -- 5. Institutional aspects of the initial interview / Ronald E. Hellman -- 6. Death and bereavement / Michael C. Singer -- 7. An attachment perspective on the first interview (accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy) / Gil Tunnell -- 8. Understanding self-report of sexual abuse in an initial clinical interview / John C. Gonsiorek -- 9. Sex, drugs, and HIV (clinical issues and assessment strategies) / Peter S. Theodore -- 10. Motivational interviewing for health behavior problems / Donald Bux -- 11. Cognitive-behavioral therapy / DeMond M. Grant and LaRicka R. Wingate -- 12. Family systems (the relational contexts of individual symptoms) / Corinne Datchi-Phillips -- 13. Listening as a psychoanalyst / Ralph Roughton -- 14. Psychodrama (in searach of meaning through action) / Jacob Gershoni -- 15. Gay-affirmative psychotheraphy in real time (a first interview) / Armand R. Cerbone.
  • 2016From: Wiley
    Anna Ratzliff, Jürgen Unützer, Wayne Katon, Kari A. Stephens, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington, USA.
    Working as a team to provide collaborative care / Anna Ratzliff, Joseph Cerimele, Wayne Katon, and Jürgen Unützer -- Major depression / Amy Bauer and Patricia Areán -- Bipolar disorder / Joseph Cerimele, Lydia Chwastiak, Evette Ludman -- Anxiety and trauma disorders / David Harrison, Kari Stephens, Anna Ratzliff, Jennifer Sexton -- Psychotic disorders / Carolyn Brenner -- Substance use disorders : alcohol, stimulants, and opioids / Susan E. Collins, Mark H. Duncan, Andrew J. Saxon, Joseph O. Merrill, and Richard K. Ries -- Chronic pain / Catherine Q. Howe and Kari Stephens -- ADHD / Jennifer Sexton, Ryan Kimmel, William French, David Harrison, Kim Kensington -- Challenging clinical situations / Kyl Dinsio, Anna Ratzliff, Kari Stephens -- Evidence based behavioral interventions for the collaborative care team / Kari A. Stephens and Stacy Shaw Welch -- Evidence based psychopharmacology for the collaborative care team / David A. Harrison and Anna Ratzliff.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Pascal Belin, Salvatore Campanella, Thomas Ethofer, editors.
    This book follows a successful symposium organized in June 2009 at the Human Brain Mapping conference. The topic is at the crossroads of two domains of increasing importance and appeal in the neuroimaging/neuroscience community: multi-modal integration, and social neuroscience. Most of our social interactions involve combining information from both the face and voice of other persons: speech information, but also crucial nonverbal information on the person's identity and affective state. The cerebral bases of the multimodal integration of speech have been intensively investigated; by contrast only few studies have focused on nonverbal aspects of face-voice integration. This work highlights recent advances in investigations of the behavioral and cerebral bases of face-voice multimodal integration in the context of person perception, focusing on the integration of affective and identity information. Several research domains are brought together. Behavioral and neuroimaging work in normal adult humans included are presented alongside evidence from other domains to provide complementary perspectives: studies in human children for a developmental perspective, studies in non-human primates for an evolutionary perspective, and studies in human clinical populations for a clinical perspective.
  • 2008From: WHO
    PART 1: Primary care for mental health in context -- Chapter 1. Primary care for mental health within a pyramid of health care -- Chapter 2. Seven good reasons for integrating mental health into primary care -- -- PART 2: Primary care for mental health in practice -- Introduction -- Argentina: Physician-led primary care for mental health in Neuquén province, Patagonia region -- Australia: Integrated mental health care for older people in general practices of inner-city Sydney -- Brazil: Integrated primary care for mental health in the city of Sobral -- Chile: Integrated primary care for mental health in the Macul district of Santiago -- India: Integrated primary care for mental health in the Thiruvananthapuram District, Kerala State -- Islamic Republic of Iran: Nationwide integration of mental health into primary care -- Saudi Arabia: Integrated primary care for mental health in the Eastern Province -- South Africa: Integrated primary care services and a partnership for mental health primary care -- Ehlanzeni District, Mpumalanga Province, and Moorreesburg District, Western Cape Province -- Uganda: Integrated primary care for mental health in the Sembabule District -- United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: Primary care for mental health for disadvantaged communities in London -- -- Report conclusions -- -- Annex 1: Improving the practice of primary care for mental health
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2015From: ScienceDirect
    editor-in-chief: James D. Wright.
    Provides historical, foundational and interdisciplinary information across behavioral and social sciences, including psychiatry. Includes nearly 4000 articles.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Michael Potegal, Gerhard Stemmler, Charles Spielberger, editors.
    Cross-disciplinary views of anger : consensus and controversy / Michael Potegal and Gerhard Stemmler -- A brief history of anger / Michael Potegal and Raymond W. Novaco -- Population and molecular genetics of anger and aggression : current state of the art / Martin Rueter -- Constructing a neurology of anger / Michael Potegal and Gerhard Stemmler -- Anger, motivation, and asymmetrical frontal cortical activations / Eddie Harmon-Jones, Carly K. Peterson, and Cindy Harmon-Jones -- The neurochemistry and psychopharmacology of anger / Alyson J. Bond and Janet Wingrove -- Somatovisceral activation during anger / Gerhard Stemmler -- The expression of anger across cultures / David Matsumoto, Seung Hee Yoo, and Joanne Chung -- Vocal expressions of anger / James A. Green, Pamela G. Whitney, and Gwen E. Gustafson -- Cross-cultural experience of anger : a psycholinguistic analysis / Zoltán Kövecses -- The development of anger / Michael Lewis -- Anger in children's tantrums : a new, quantitative, behaviorally based model / Michael Potegal and Peihua Qiu -- The development of anger from preschool to middle childhood : expressing, understanding, and regulating anger / Elizabeth A. Lemerise and Bridgette D. Harper -- Anger and the reactive-proactive aggression distinction in childhood and adolescence / Julie A. Hubbard ... [et al.] -- Why do I get angry? A componential appraisal approach / Tanja Wranik and Klaus R. Scherer -- Appraisals and anger : how complete are the usual appraisal accounts of anger? / Leonard Berkowitz -- Fuel in the fire : how anger impacts judgment and decision-making / Paul M. Litvak ... [et al.] -- State and trait anger, fear, and social information processing / David Schultz, Angela Grodack, and Carroll E. Izard -- The sociological study of anger : basic social patterns and contexts / Scott Schieman -- Anger in the context of gender / Agneta H. Fischer and Catharine Evers -- Madmen : an evolutionary perspective on anger and men's violent responses to transgression / Daniel M.T. Fessler -- The temporal dynamics of anger : phenomena, processes, and perplexities / Michael Potegal -- The nature and measurement of anger / Charles D. Spielberger and Eric C. Reheiser -- "Righteous" anger and revenge in the workplace : the fantasies, the feuds, the forgiveness / Thomas M. Tripp and Robert J. Bies -- Anger/hostility and cardiovascular disease / Janice E. Williams -- The anger of pain sufferers : attributions to agents and appraisals of wrongdoings / Ephrem Fernandez and Ajay Wasan -- Anger and psychopathology / Raymond W. Novaco -- Toward an integrative psychotherapy for maladaptive anger / Ephrem Fernandez -- The contribution of child anger and fear, and parental discipline to early antisocial behavior : an integrative model / James Snyder ... [et al.] -- Anger in intimate relationships / Donald G. Dutton -- Don't worry, be angry? Effects of anger on feelings, thoughts, and actions in conflict and negotiation / Gerben A. Van Kleef -- Anger, violence, and political science / Roger Petersen and Sarah Zukerman.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Johnny L. Matson, Peter Sturmey, editors.
    Since the early 1940s, when first identified as childhood psychosis and autistic psychopathy, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has continued to burgeon into a major focus of inquiry and interest among researchers, practitioners, and the public alike. With each passing decade, the number of scholarly articles addressing ASD and related disabilities continues to soar. Today, thousands of papers on autism are published annually across various disciplines and journals, making it challenging if not impossible to keep pace with, let alone synthesize, all the latest developments. Based on a solid historical foundation of autism theory and research, the International Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders integrates the broad scholarly base of literature with a trenchant analysis of the state of the field in nosology, etiology, assessment, and treatment. Its expert contributors examine recent findings and controversies (e.g., how prevalent autism actually is), along with longstanding topics of interest as well as emerging issues. Coverage includes: A survey of diagnostic criteria and assessment strategies. Genetic, behavioral, biopsychosocial, and cognitive models. Psychiatric disorders in persons with ASD. Theory of mind and facial recognition. Diagnostic instruments for assessing core features and challenging behaviors. Evidence-based psychosocial, pharmacological, and integrative treatments. Interventions specifically for adults with ASD. Training issues for professionals and parents. A review of findings of successful and promising therapies, coupled with guidance on how to distinguish between dubious and effective treatments. The International Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders is an indispensable resource for researchers, professors, graduate students, and allied practitioners in clinical child and school psychology, child and adolescent psychiatry, education, social work, rehabilitation, pediatric medicine, and developmental psychology.
  • 2009From: Springer
    edited by Marian de Souza, Leslie J. Francis, James O'Higgins-Norman and Daniel G. Scott.
    Part 1. General Introduction -- Part I. The Psychology of Religion and Spirituality: Implications for Education and Wellbeing - An Introduction -- Part II. The Role of Spirituality in Human Development and Identity: An Introduction -- Part III. The Spiritual Dimension in Educational Programs and Environments to Promote Holistic Learning and Wellbeing: An Introduction.
  • 2016From: Wiley
    edited by Rory O'Connor and Jane Pirkis.
    Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Suicidal determinants and frameworks -- Challenges to defining and classifying suicide and suicidal behaviours / Rory C O'Connor and Jane Pirkis -- International perspectives on the epidemiology and aetiology of suicide and self-harm / Kirsten Windfuhr, Sarah Steeg, Isabelle M. Hunt, and Navneet Kapur -- Self-harm : extent of the problem and prediction of repetition / Ella Arensman, Eve Griffin and Paul Corcoran -- Major mood disorders and suicidal behavior / Zoltan Rihmer and Peter Dome -- Schizophrenia, other psychotic disorders and suicidal behavior / Antoine Deslets, Myriam Labossire, Alexander McGirr and Gustavo Turecki -- Substance use disorders and suicidal behaviour : a conceptual model / Kenneth R. Conner and Mark A. Ilgen -- Personality disorders and suicidality / Joel Paris -- The association between physical illness/medical conditions and suicide risk / Maurizio Pompili, Alberto Forte, Alan L. Berman and Dorian A. Lamis -- Relationships of genes and early-life experience to the neurobiology of suicidal behaviour / John Mann MD and Dianne Currier -- Understanding the suicidal brain : a review of neuropsychological studies of suicidal ideation and behavior / Kees van Heeringen and Stijn Bijttebier -- Visualising the suicidal brain : neuroimaging and suicide prevention / Katherin Sudol and Maria A. Oquendo -- Present status and future prospects of the interpersonal-psychological theory of suicidal behaviour / Christopher R. Hagan, Jessica D. Ribeiro and Thomas E. Joiner -- The integrated motivational-volitional model of suicidal behaviour : an update / Rory C O?Connor, Seonaid Cleare, Sarah Eschle, Karen Wetherall and Olivia J Kirtley -- Sociological perspectives on suicide marital and religious integration : a review and analysis / Steven Stack and Augustine J. Kposowa -- Inequalities and suicidal behavior / Stephen Platt -- Economic recession, unemployment and suicide running header : economic recession and suicide / David Gunnell and Shu-Sen Chang -- Intervention, treatment and care -- Evidence-based prevention and treatment of suicidal behaviour in children and adolescents / Yari Gvion and Alan Apter -- Prevention and treatment of suicidality in older adults / Diego De Leo and Ur?ka Arnautovska -- Therapeutic alliance and the therapist / Konrad Michel -- Clinical care of self-harm patients : an evidence-based approach / Keith Hawton and Kate E.A. Saunders -- After the suicide attempt -- the need for continuity and quality of care / Lars Mehlum and Erlend Mork -- Management of suicidal risk in emergency departments : a clinical perspective / Simon Hatcher -- Treating the suicidal patient : cognitive therapy and dialectical behaviour therapy / Nadine A. Chang, Shari Jager-Hyman, Gregory K. Brown, Amy Cunningham and Barbara Stanley -- Lessons learned from clinical trials of the collaborative assessment and management of suicidality (CAMS) / David A. Jobes, Katherine Anne Comtois, Lisa A. Brenner, Peter M. Gutierrez and Stephen S. O'Connor -- Modes of mind and suicidal processes / Mark Williams, Danielle S. Duggan, Catherine Crane, Silvia Hepburn, Emily Hargus and Bergljot Gjelsvik -- Brief contact interventions : current evidence and future research directions / Allison J Milner and Greg L Carter -- Delivering online cognitive behavioural therapy interventions to reduce suicide risk / Ad Kerkhof and Bregje van Spijker -- Helplines, tele-web support services and suicide prevention / Alan Woodward and Clare Wyllie -- Suicide prevention : bringing together evidence, policy & practice -- Suicide prevention in low and middle income countries / Lakshmi Vijayakumar and Michael Phillips -- Suicide in Asia : epidemiology, risk factors and prevention / Murad M Khan, Nargis Asad and Ehsanullah Syed -- Cultural factors in suicide prevention / Lai Fong Chan and Maniam Thambu -- Suicide prevention strategies : case studies from across the globe / Gerg Hadlaczky, Danuta Wasserman, Christina Hoven, Donald Mandell and Camilla Wasserman -- Rurality and suicide / Cameron Stark, Vincent Riordan and Nadine Dougall -- Why mental illness is a risk factor for suicide : implications for suicide prevention / Brian L. Mishara and Francois Chagnon -- Suicide prevention through restricting access to suicide means and hotspots / Ying-Yeh Chen, Kevin Chien-Chang Wu, Yun Wang and Paul S.F. Yip -- Reducing suicide without affecting underlying mental health : theoretical underpinnings and a review of the evidence base linking the availability of lethal means and suicide / Deborah Azrael and Matthew J. Miller -- Surviving the legacy of suicide / Onja Grad and Karl Andriessen -- Suicide prevention through personal experience / DeQuincy Lezine -- Time to change direction in suicide research / Heidi Hjelmel and Birthe Loa Knizek -- Suicide research methods and designs / Catherine R. Glenn, Joseph C. Franklin, Jaclyn C. Kearns, Elizabeth C. Lanzillo and Matthew K. Nock -- School-based suicide prevention programmes / Lynda Kong, Jitender Sareen and Laurence Y. Katz -- Media influences on suicidal thoughts and behaviours / Jane Pirkis, Katherine Mok, Jo Robinson and Merete Nordentoft -- Suicide clusters / Jo Robinson, Jane Pirkis and Rory O'Connor.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Sally Gainsbury.
  • 2014From: OSO
    edited by Christopher R. Agnew and Susan C. South.
    Relationship researchers put the "psycho" in psychoneuroimmunology / Timothy J. Loving and Elizabeth Keneski -- On marriage and the heart : models, methods, and mechanisms in the study of close relationships and cardiovascular disease / Timothy W. Smith, Carolynne E. Baron, and Catherine M. Caska -- Family relationships and cortisol in everyday life / Richard B. Slatcher -- Divorce and health outcomes : from social epidemiology to social psychophysiology / David A. Sbarra, Widyasita Nojopranoto, and Karen Hasselmo -- It sometimes takes two : marriage as a mechanism for managing chronic illness / Mary Ann Parris Stephens, Rachel C. Hemphill, Karen S. Rook, and Melissa M. Franks -- The couple and family discord model of depression : updates and future directions / Steven R. H. Beach -- Intimate partner violence : a biopsychosocial, social information processing perspective / Christopher M. Murphy, Amber E.Q. Norwood, and Gina M. Poole -- Interparental conflict and children's mental health : emerging directions in emotional security theory / E. Mark Cummings, Kalsea J. Koss, and Rebecca Y. M. Cheung -- Social connectedness at older ages and implications for health and well-being / Linda J. Waite, James Iveniuk, and Edward O. Laumann -- Trajectories of within-relationship relationship quality, relationship satisfaction and sexual satisfaction among young african-american women / J. Dennis Fortenberry and Devon J. Hensel -- Personality effects on risky sexual behavior : the importance of dynamic situational processes and relational contexts / M. Lynne Cooper and Ruixue Zhaoyang -- Putting it all together : synthesizing social and clinical approaches to relationships and health / Susan C. South.
  • 2006From: Springer
    edited by Robert L. Hampton and Thomas P. Gullotta ; research assistant, Jessica M. Ramos.
    Offers insights gained through the contributors' individual experiences in family violence prevention and intervention within the African-American community as well as their backgrounds in writing, teaching, training, and researching in this area. This work is useful to professional and clinical settings - as well as a graduate-level study.
  • 2016From: Oxford Medicine Online
    Elspeth Cameron Ritchie.
    A brief overview of the effect of war injuries on sexual health and intimacy / Kathryn Ellis -- Intimacy versus isolation : a psychodynamic clinical reflection on physically injured military patients / Joseph Wise -- The role of sympathetic nervous system in PTSD-related male sexual dysfunction : clinical evidence and related interventions / Eugene Lipov -- Sexual health and intimacy in the military : a contextual framework / Glenn Parkinson, Martin Chin -- Training health care providers to deal with sexual health and intimacy issues / Hani Miletski -- Psychosocial issues related to genito-urinary injury / Suzanne Waddingham -- Strategies, modifications, and adaptations for intimate relationships and sexual activity / Kathryn Ellis -- PTSD and sexual intimacy / Jennifer Greenberg -- Side-effects of medications and mitigation strategies / John Burger -- Psychological aspects of infertility post-injury / Laura Covington -- Understanding failed relationships as a factor related to suicide and suicidal behavior among military personnel / Jackie Garrick -- Intimacy after intimate partner violence / Glenna Tinney, April Gerlock -- Intimacy after sexual violence / Glenna Tinney, April Gerlock -- Toxic exposures from service in the U.S. military : effects on reproductive and sexual health / Remington Nevin, Elspeth Cameron Ritchie -- Genital injury and the psychiatric consult liaison service / Harold Wain, Lisa Young -- Evolution of sexual trauma treatment in the military : experience of a psychiatric partial hospitalization program / Raymond Lande, Sawsan Ghurani, Cara N. Burton, Kerrie Earley -- Way ahead : reconstructive transplantation as an emerging option for penile restoration / Sami Tuffaha, Gerald Brandacher, Richard Redett.
  • 2015From: Oxford
    John Piacentini, Audra Langley, Tami Roblek.
    'It's Only a False Alarm' is a workbook for children and adolescents ages 8-17 who are undergoing treatment for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Designed to be used in conjunction with the programme outlined in the corresponding Therapist Guide, this online workbook contains easy-to-read psychoeducational material to help children understand their disorder and how to overcome it.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Anne-Laure Sutter-Dallay, Nine M-C. Glangeaud-Freudenthal, Antoine Guedeney, Anita Riecher-Rössler, editors.
    This book addresses key issues in perinatal mental health and discusses the different types of psychiatric care that may be appropriate for pregnant women, parents, and infants, with emphasis on the need for joint care. The wide range of preventive measures, mainly applicable in primary care, and the various potential curative interventions are examined in detail, with coverage of ambulatory care, day care, and the role of mother and baby units. The importance of working in networks and joint decision-making strategies is explained. In addition, an overview of maternal perinatal psychopathology is provided, and other relevant aspects are fully discussed, including the establishment of parent-infant interactions and the impacts of parental psychiatric illness on parenting skills and infant development. The book will be invaluable for adult and child psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, midwives, nurses, and all others involved in the provision of perinatal psychiatric care.
  • Casey M. Lindberg.
    The story of old age is not one of pure loss. Indeed, old age represents a time of certain cognitive decline in some domains, but also a time of growth and stability in others. Wisdom, maturity, expertise, and emotional regulation show improvements across adulthood. Goals also shift over the life span, from those aimed at gaining information and preparing for the future to emotionally meaningful pursuits later in life. These differences lead to goal-consistent cognitive biases in the young and the old. Younger people attend to negative information more than positive information. Older adults attend to positive information more than negative information. This developmental shift, called the positivity effect, is presumably adaptive in a life-span context. Yet either set of chronically activated goals can be maladaptive in certain contexts. Because the positivity effect is malleable -- influenced by the way task relevant goals are structured -- it may be possible to frame information in ways that reduce biases in young and old. The present program of research aims to show how biases can be reduced when participants are given information about relevant research findings and have the necessary psychological tools to adjust their behavior accordingly. No previous work has investigated the impact of disclosing information about the positivity effect directly to participants. Such an informed debiasing attempt could prove fruitful for future attempts to educate the public about their own attentional biases. Study 1 demonstrates the positivity effect in a picture recall task; Study 2 adds images to an existing image set in order to more accurately study debiasing of the positivity effect in future studies; Study 3 demonstrates that people are generally unaware of the positivity effect; Study 4 demonstrates that simple information disclosure about the positivity effect is insufficient to change participants' behavior on a picture presentation/recall task and a health care decision task; Study 5 demonstrates that participants' motivation to change is key to behavior change.

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Provides systematic coverage of the psychological literature from the 1800s to the present through articles, book chapters and dissertations.BMJ Clinical Evidence. A clinical information tool built around systematic reviews summarizing the current state of knowledge about prevention and treatment of clinical conditions.PIER (Physicians' Information and Education Resource) is a Web-based decision-support tool designed for rapid point-of-care delivery of up-to-date, evidence-based guidance for primary care physicians.Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL) provides access to 300,000 controlled trials that have been identified the Cochrane Collaboration.Provides drug information targeted for patients.A continually updating drug monograph.The National Guideline Clearinghouse (NGC): A comprehensive database of evidence-based clinical practice guidelines and related documents.MedlinePlus: A repository of health information from the National Library of Medicine. Links are from trusted sites. No advertising, no endorsement of commercial companies or productsLPCH CareNotes via MicroMedex: Patient education handouts customized by LPCH clinical staffMicromedex Lab Advisor: Evidence based laboratory test informationA drug database organized by generic name, trade name and drug class.LPCH / Stanford Hospital Formulary.A goldmine of trusted consumer health information from the world's largest medical library.A trusted source of expert advice for and about kids, providing the information necessary to help patients and parents understand their unique needs.Provides patient handouts from the American Academy of Family Physician.Access to the Stanford Health Library for patients.Lane provides access to over 5,000 eBooks many of which provide helpful background material that will prepare you to better tackle primary literature.

Largest, broadest eBook package; covers all sciences, as well as technology (including software), medicine, and humanities.

In addition to covering Wiley and Springer, MyiLibrary is also the only provider for Oxford and Cambridge University Press titles. No seat restrictions.

A collection of biomedical books that can be searched directly by concept, and linked to terms in PubMed abstracts.

A web-based, decision support system for infectious diseases, epidemiology, microbiology and antimicrobial chemotherapy. The database, updated weekly, currently includes 337 diseases, 224 countries, 1,147 microbial taxa and 306 antibacterial (-fungal, -parasitic, -viral) agents and vaccines.

Over 10,000 notes outline the status of specific infections within each country.

Large number of high quality software and database programming titles from O'Reilly. Other software titles are also available from Sams and Prentice Hall. Limited to 7 concurrent users.Vast collection of software and database programming titles from multiple publishers, including Microsoft Press.Largest provider of engineering-related eBooks; includes titles in computer science and biomedical engineering.Over 4,000 full-text e-books covering scientific and technical information from CRC Press and others. Many handbooks and single volume reference sources.Includes peer-reviewed life science and biomedical research protocols compiled from Methods in Molecular Biology, Methods in Molecular Medicine, Methods in Biotechnology, Methods in Pharmacology and Toxicology, Neuromethods, the Biomethods Handbook, the Proteomics Handbook, and Springer Laboratory Manuals.Contains full text access to selected biomedical and nursing books.

Provides online, full-text access to Springer's journal titles as well as journals from other publishers.

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Collection of over 8 thousand fulltext titles in engineering, math, and basic and applied biomedical research. Coverage is from 1967 to the present.A library of ebooks on a wide array of topics, digitized and made available online in conjunction with the original publishers.

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