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Major Reference Works Catalog P SYC H O LO GY & TH E B E H AV I O R A L S C I E N C E S


“The Handbook of Psychology is a major work without peer in scope and coverage of the conceptual, empirical, and applied advances of psychology.” —Alan E. Kazdin, PhD, PsycCRITIQUES, February 2013

The definitive reference work —fully revised

Handbook of Psychology, Second Edition,Twelve-Volume Set Irving B. Weiner, University of South Florida, Editor in Chief 978-0-470-61904-9 • 8,000 pp • $2,100.00 us / $2,310.00 can online edition: 978-1-118813388-0

“If I could only buy one Psychology reference set for my library, I would buy this one.” —Peggy Tyler, PhD, Psychology Librarian, Clemson University, Clemson, SC

The second edition of the Handbook of Psychology provides academics, practitioners, researchers, and students with complete, authoritative, and current information on the field of psychology, specialization-byspecialization. The Handbook of Psychology spans the entire curriculum and field and provides comprehensive chapter coverage, including the most current information concerning theoretical formulations, research findings, and practical applications in psychology. Includes new and expanded topic coverage reflecting: • Neuroscientific research and genetics—including full color images of the brain

Volume 1: History of Psychology Volume 2: Research Methods in Psychology Volume 3: Behavioral Neuroscience Volume 4: Experimental Psychology Volume 5: Personality/Social Psychology Volume 6: Developmental Psychology Volume 7: Educational Psychology

• Clinical psychology’s increasing interest in evidence-based practice and mindfulness

Volume 8: Clinical Psychology

• New findings in social, developmental, and forensic psychology

Volume 10: Assessment Psychology

• Fresh and up-to-date perspectives on both mainstream and emerging topics

Volume 11: Forensic Psychology

Each of the more than 300 chapters has been revised and updated to reflect current research in the field.

Volume 9: Health Psychology

Volume 12: Industrial/Organizational Psychology

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AVAILABLE IN PRINT OR ONLINE THROUGH The authoritative resource for evidence-based practice

Handbook of Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Psychology, Two-Volume Set Peter Sturmey, Queen’s College, CUNY and Michel Hersen, Pacific University, Editors-in-Chief isbn: 978-0-470-33542-0 • 1985 pp. • $300.00 us / $330.00 can • 2012 online edition: 978-1-118-15639-1 This two-volume set covers the evidence-based practices (EBP) now identified for treating children, adolescents, and adults for a wide range of DSM disorders. Chapters in each volume provide a comprehensive review of the evidence-based practice literature for each disorder and then cover several different treatment types for clinical implementation. Edited by the renowned Peter Sturmey and Michel Hersen and featuring contributions from experts in the field, this reference is ideal for academics, researchers, mental health professionals, and libraries. • Comprehensively addresses all the main child, adolescent, and adult DSM categories of psychopathology as well as traditional mental health issues and clinical problems, such as abuse and neglect • Reviews the literature on EBP for each topic and covers several different treatment types for clinical implementation • Uses multiple scientific methodologies as well as professional resources, including consensus and expert panels, state and insurance practice guidelines, randomized controlled trials, single subject experimental designs, meta-analyses, and Cochrane reviews to establish evidence base Volume 1: Child and Adolescent Disorders Volume 2: Adult Disorders FO RTHC O MI N G

The Encyclopedia of Special Education: A Reference for the Education of Children, Adolescents, and Adults with Disabilities and Other Exceptional Individuals, Fourth Edition, Four-Volume Set Cecil R. Reynolds, Texas A&M University, Kimberly J. Vannest, Texas A&M University, Elaine Fletcher-Janzen, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Editors-in-Chief 978-0-470-64216-0 • 3,000 pp • $750.00 us / $825.00 can • November 2013 online edition: 978-1-118-66058-4 The highly acclaimed Encyclopedia of Special Education addresses issues of importance ranging from theory to practice and is a critical reference for researchers as well as those working in the special education field, such as teachers, learning specialists, educational diagnosticians, and school psychologists. The only encyclopedia devoted to special education, this completed updated and comprehensive, A-Z reference includes about 200 new entries, with increased attention given to those topics that have grown in importance since the publication of the third edition, such as technology, service delivery policies, international issues, neuropsychology, and RTI. In addition, all entries have been updated to cover the latest editions of the assessment instruments frequently administered in special education settings. FORT HCOMING

The Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural Psychology, Three-Volume Set Kenneth D. Keith, University of San Francisco, Editor-in-Chief 978-0-470-67126-9 • 1,488 pp • september 2013 online edition: 978-1-118-33989-3 SPECIAL PRE-PUBLICATION OFFER! Order by December 31, 2013, to purchase the print set for the special price of $495.00 US / $545.00 C AN Regular list price: $595.00 US / $655.00 C A N The Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural Psychology presents a comprehensive threevolume collection of information relating to the fields of cross-cultural, cultural, and indigenous psychology contributed by scientists and scholars from around the world. It includes over 600 entries, including biographies of 135 key people from the fields of cross-cultural, cultural, and indigenous psychology. It also contains a general chronological timeline including both historical and literary key-moments. Visit for more information and to view sample content.

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The Companion to Language Assessment, Four-Volume Set Anthony John Kunnan, California State University–Los Angeles, Editor-in-Chief 978-0-470-65533-7 • 2048 pp • november 2013 online edition: 978-1-118-41136-0 SPECIAL PRE-PUBLICATION OFFER! Order by February 28, 2014, to purchase the print set for the special price of $640.00 US / $704.00 C A N Regular list price $795.00 US / $875.00 C A N

The Companion to Language Assessment is a state-of-the-art overview of the crucial topics in language assessment today. Organized thematically by volume, the 140 chapters provide comprehensive coverage of: • Contexts where assessment occurs: learners and their abilities, including speaking, listening, and literacy, among others • Approaches to assessment: including in the classroom, on a large scale, developmental tools, and analysis • Evaluation of assessments: including quantitative, qualitative, and interdisciplinary approaches • International issues: in-depth coverage of the assessment needs and approaches of individual regions around the world explored through case studies Available electronically via Wiley Online Library, the online edition is supplemented with audio and video materials, sample tests, quantitative and qualitative research data and an annotated bibliography. Visit for more information and to view sample content.


The Wiley Handbook on the Development of Children’s Memory, Two-Volume Set Patricia Bauer, Emory University and Robin Fivush, Emory University, Editors-in-Chief 978-1-119-99399-5 • 1,104 pp • november 2013 online edition: 978-1-118-59770-5 SPECIAL PRE-PUBLICATION OFFER! Order by December 31, 2013, to purchase the print set for the special price of $350.00 US / $385.00 C AN Regular list price: $400.00 US / $440.00 C A N Exploring the importance of a developmental perspective on the study of memory, this wide-ranging two-volume Handbook represents the first reference in which critical topics in memory development are covered from multiple perspectives, from infancy through adolescence. The 44 chapters distributed over seven substantive sections are written by senior researchers who have defined the field and more junior researchers who have expanded and redefined the field.


The Wiley Handbook of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Three-Volume Set Stefan G. Hofmann, Boston University, Editor-in-Chief 978-1-118-53320-8 • 1,440 pp • december 2013 online edition: 978-1-118-52856-3 SPECIAL PRE-PUBLICATION OFFER! Order by March 31, 2014, to purchase the print set for the special price of $495.00 US / $545.00 C A N Regular list price: $595.00 US / $655.00 C A N The three volumes of this major new reference work provide the worldwide community of researchers and practitioners in cognitive behavioral therapy with an authoritative resource of lasting value. Its unrivalled breadth of coverage includes an inclusive survey of CBT’s various strategies, followed by two full volumes of clinical applications. The latter features detailed guidance on treating a multitude of mental disorders. Visit for more information and to view sample content.

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AVAILABLE IN PRINT OR ONLINE THROUGH Handbook of Social Psychology, Fifth Edition, Two-Volume Set Susan T. Fiske, Princeton University, Daniel T. Gilbert, Harvard University, Gardner Lindzey, Stanford University, Editors-in-Chief 978-0-470-13747-5 • 2,000 pp • $210.50 us / $231.50 can • 2010 online edition: 978-0-470-56111-9 “Leaders of the field of social psychology have produced,in this 5th edition of the Handbook of Social Psychology, a comprehensive survey that will prove both fascinating and essential to everyone in the field.”— Richard E. Nisbett, Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan The new edition of this standard reference work reflects the tremendous changes in the field with new and updated chapters written by the world’s foremost authorities. • Two-volume set containing thirty-seven comprehensive chapters covering the entire field • New chapters on social neuroscience, mind perception, experimental existential psychology, morality, and interpersonal stratification • Historic, integrative, and penetrating surveys of the topics that constitute the discipline

Discover the first complete overview and assessment of human development

Handbook of Life-Span Development, Two-Volume Set Richard M. Lerner, Tufts University, Editor-in-Chief

Gain new insight into the burgeoning field of neuroscience

Handbook of Neuroscience for the Behavioral Sciences, Two-Volume Set Gary G. Berntson, Ohio State University and John T. Cacioppo, University of Chicago, Editors-in-Chief 978-0-470-08355-0 • 1552 pp • $350.00 us / $360.00 can • 2009 online edition: 978-0-470-47850-9 Designed to make neuroscience accessible to psychologists and other behavioral scientists, the Handbook of Neuroscience for the Behavioral Sciences provides an introduction to the major questions and approaches at distinct levels of analysis, offering a basic orientation to concepts and exploring how they can be applied and interpreted. Chapters are arranged around major psychological themes, such as sensation and perception, attention and cognition, learning and memory, motivation and emotion, social processes, psychological disorders, and health and aging. Topics include the logical basis of integrative neuroscience, developmental processes, comparative approaches, biological rhythms, neuropharmacology, neuroendocrinology, neuroimmunology, neuroanatomy, neuropsychology, and functional neuroimaging.

Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology, Fourth Edition, Four-Volume Set Irving B. Weiner, University of South Florida, Tampa and W. Edward Craighead, Emory University, Editors-in-Chief

978-0-470-39013-9 • 1,920 pp • $330.00 us / $363.00 can • 2010 online edition: 978-0-470-88016-6

978-0-470-17024-3 • 2,300 pp • $820.00 us / $902.00 can • 2010 online edition: 978-0-470-47921-6

This two-volume set presents the study of human development— conducted by the best scholars in the 21st century—and includes:

“This four-volume new edition of a classic work is remarkably comprehensive. The entries are detailed enough to help a novice and concise enough to provide a useful review to an experienced person. It will be an indispensable resource for both university and public library users.”— George Stricker, PhD, ABPP, Argosy University, Washington DC

• A lifespan orientation taking into account context, relationships to other processes and events, and the evolutionary, rather than a black-or-white, on-or-off nature of human change over time. • A stellar international editorial board representing the most prestigious centers for life-span study in North America, Europe, and Asia. • Coverage of the biological and cognitive as well as the social and emotional aspects of human change across the life-span.

Developed with the guidance of a board of librarians, this new edition draws on an enhanced index and provides cross-references between articles, expanding the utility of this practical, yet thorough reference.

The most current reference for psychologists, educators, researchers, and students, The Handbook of Life-Span Development offers complete coverage of the biological, cognitive, social, and emotional aspects of human change across the life-span.

• Over 1,700 entries, more than 90% new or revised—with over 500 entirely new entries • Cross references, source references, suggested readings, and key words throughout

Volume 1: Cognition, Biology, and Methods Volume 2: Social and Emotional Development

• Extensive coverage of biological psychology and neuroscience, developmental processes, and more

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AVAILABLE IN PRINT OR ONLINE THROUGH Handbook of Adolescent Psychology, Third Edition, Two-Volume Set Richard M. Lerner, Tufts University and Laurence Steinberg, Temple University, Editors-in-Chief 978-0-470-14920-1 • 1,000 pp • $310.00 us / $341.00 can • 2009 online edition: 978-0-470-47919-3 Reflecting the rapid growth of knowledge in the field, Handbook of Adolescent Psychology, Third Edition has been expanded to present the range of high-quality scholarship defining the contemporary study of adolescent development. Framing this scholarly work are theoretical models that stress processes of systemic, individual-context relations as well as scientific methods that include both sophisticated quantitative techniques to study change and rich, qualitative, ethnographic procedures that give voice to the developing adolescent and insight into the nature of his or her social, cultural, and historical context. Volume One: Individual Bases of Adolescent Development covers conceptual and methodological foundations, domains of individual development in adolescence, and challenges to healthy development. Volume Two: Contextual Influences on Adolescent Development covers interpersonal influences, institutional influences, and the broader context of adolescence. The Handbook of Adolescent Psychology includes coverage of: • Brain development • Social cognitive development in adolescence • Identity formation and self-development • Sexuality • Adolescents with developmental disabilities and their families

• Adolescents’ relationships with siblings • The legal regulation of adolescence • Neighborhood influences on adolescent development • The transition to adulthood • Globalization, societal change, and adolescence across the world

The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Infant Development, Second Edition, Two-Volume Set Gavin Bremner, Lancaster University, and Theodore D. Wachs, Purdue University, Editors-in-Chief 978-1-4051-7874-7 • 1176 pp • $400.00 us / $440.00 can • 2010 online edition: 978-1-405-19722-9 The fully updated second edition of The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Infant Development provides comprehensive coverage of the basic research and applied and policy issues relating to infant development. Available as a single volume paperback or two-volume cloth set, this work presents in-depth and cutting edge coverage of both basic and applied developmental issues during infancy and features contributions by leading international researchers and practitioners in the field.

The Handbook of the Neuropsychology of Language, Two-Volume Set Miriam Faust, Bar Ilan University, Israel, Editor-in-Chief 978-1-4443-3040-3 • 1072 pp • $417.00 us / $440.00 can • 2012 online edition: 978-1-118-43250-1 “This is a lengthy and comprehensive set of volumes covering all relevant issues in the neuroscience of language in a current and immediately useful package. Readers will enjoy this as primer through individual chapters, or as a complete review of the field.”—Doody’s, February 2013 This handbook provides a comprehensive review of new developments in the relationship between the brain and language from both basic research and clinical neuroscience perspectives. Contributions from leading figures emphasize state-of-the-art methodologies and their application to the central questions of the field. Including research that focuses on all parts of language, from syntax and semantics to the neuropsychology of both spoken and written language, the articles explore the variety of methodologies used in this area, including brain imaging, electrophysiology, and transcranial magnetic stimulation.

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AVAILABLE IN PRINT OR ONLINE THROUGH Comprehensive Handbook of Social Work and Social Welfare, Four-Volume Set

The Encyclopedia of Positive Psychology, Two-Volume Set

Karen M. Sowers, University of Tennessee, Knoxville and Catherine N. Dulmus, University at Buffalo, SUNY, Editors-in-Chief

Shane Lopez, Clifton Strengths Institute, Editor-in-Chief

978-0-471-75222-6 • 2191 pp • $880.00 us / $967.99 can • 2008 online edition: 978-0-470-37370-5 Comprehensive Handbook of Social Work and Social Welfare presents a thorough review of the field, featuring contributions from renowned national and international experts. Organized by major foundational areas within the social work curriculum, each volume includes information related to all aspects of the profession to guide practice and policy decision-making across the field. Social work researchers, educators, practitioners, and students will gain important insight as well as practical information related to this dynamic profession. Volume 1: The Profession of Social Work Volume 2: Human Behavior in the Social Environment Volume 3: Social Work Practice Volume 4: Social Policy and Policy Practice

The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology, Three-Volume Set Daniel J. Christie, Ohio State University, Editor-in-Chief 978-1-4051-9644-4 • 1,376 pp • $595.00 us / $655.00 can • 2011 online edition: 978-0-470-67253-2 “A comprehensive and timely compendium of knowledge and wisdom capable of advancing scientific and professional psychology’s commitment to the study of peace and social justice. Amidst a world in turmoil, The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology offers a substantive foundation for addressing some of the most pressing challenges of our time.” —Anthony J. Marsella, University of Hawaii Recognized as an American Library Association 2013 Outstanding Reference Work, The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology features nearly 300 entries from international scholars that examine the psychological dimensions of peace and conflict studies. Entries provide key concepts, methods, and practices that define peace psychology in the twenty-first century. An invaluable resource for deepening our understanding of the contributions of psychology to peace, it also offers insights into constructive ways in which psychology can be applied by private citizens and policy makers for the promotion of peace and social justice around the world. Visit for more information and to view sample content.

978-1-4051-6125-1 • 1160 pp • $103.95 us / $109.95 can • 2009 online edition: 978-1-405-19705-2 With 288 specially commissioned entries written by 150 leading international researchers, educators, and practitioners in positive psychology, this ground-breaking encyclopedia presents the most current, extensive, and accessible treatment of the subject available to students, teachers, practitioners, businesspeople, and policy makers. Experts will consider this a quick reference to the topics that are part and parcel of their daily work and non-experts will appreciate the topical primer designed to clarify basic constructs and processes associated with positive psychology.

Handbook of Child Psychology, Sixth Edition, Four-Volume Set William Damon, Stanford University and Richard M. Lerner, Tufts University, Editors-in-Chief 978-0-471-27287-8 • 1,080 pp • $1,080.00 us / $1,187.99 can • 2006 online edition: 978-0-470-14765-8 This authoritative four-volume reference spans the entire field of child development and has set the standard against which all other scholarly references are compared. Volume One: Theoretical Models of Human Development explores a variety of theoretical approaches, including systems theory, life-span / life-course theories, socio-cultural theories, structural theories, object-relations theories, ecological development theories, and diversity and development theories. Volume Two: Cognition, Perception, and Language covers mechanisms of cognitive and perceptual development in language acquisition. It includes chapters devoted to sensory perception, grammar and language rules, memory, information processing, problem solving skills, and variations in cognitive styles. Volume Three: Social, Emotional, and Personality Development covers mechanisms of socialization and personality development, including parent / child relationships, peer relationships, emotional development, gender role acquisition, pro-social and anti-social development, motivation, achievement, social cognition, and moral reasoning. Volume Four: Child Psychology in Practice covers child psychology in clinical and educational practice. Topics include psychopathology, forensic psychology, behavioral medicine, educational psychology, and public policy.

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