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The Good Parenting Food Guide

Helping People with Eating Disorders 2e

Managing What Children Eat Without Making Food a Problem

A Clinical Guide to Assessment and Treatment

Jane Ogden

Bob Palmer

978-1-118-74189-4 248 pp.

978-1-118-60670-4 310 pp.

Pub: 25/04/14

Pub: 25/07/14

Up-to-date and accessible, the second edition of Helping People with Eating Disorders is a comprehensive guide to understanding, assessing, and treating eating disorders. The new edition focuses on evidence-based practice and has been fully updated to include references to the latest research and DSM-V classifications.

Why is feeding a child so difficult? This book answers a question that many parents find themselves asking on a daily basis. Hunger is a basic biological drive and eating should be an easy and delicious part of family life. Too often, it is anything but that. Based on 25 years of research into eating behavior, Jane Ogden offers straightforward advice for how to encourage children to develop a healthy, unproblematic approach to eating from birth through young adulthood.

Chapters cover the most important topics in clear and concise language, including the types of eating disorders and their causes, treatment methods and their outcomes, and suggestions for dealing with challenging cases. The author illustrates concepts and methods using several case studies that run throughout the book, as well as numerous examples from over 40 years of clinical work. He assists readers not only in understanding the severity of illness in this patient population, but also in coordinating the complex combinations of medical and psychological care and services. This is an indispensable guide for those who need practical recommendations for challenging clinical situations related to eating disorders.

The book describes current theory and research and turns this into practical tips for use in every day family life. It covers how children learn to like food, how habits are formed and can be changed, what children should be eating and how this can be helped to happen without making food into an issue. She discusses common problems that parents face such as picky eating, under-eating, over eating, obesity, eating disorders and how to deal with a child who thinks they are fat. She also provides practical tips and solutions and some simple ways to feed a family a healthy diet.

Readership: Professionals and students studying eating disorders in the fields of clinical psychology, psychiatry, mental health, family practice, nursing, social work, dietetics, and counseling; also of interest to people suffering from an eating disorder themselves, as well as their families.

With insightful advice for one of the most complicated adventures in parenting, this guide is a must-have for any parent who wants their child’s relationship with food to thrive. Readership: Parents and caretakers of young children, as well as pediatricians, family practice doctors, home health care visitors, dieticians, nutritionists, nurses, midwives, and social workers who need extra information on healthy feeding or eating or who need a resource to recommend to patients

Bob Palmer is Honorary Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Leicester, UK, where he spent much of his career as an NHS clinician and consultant psychiatrist.

Jane Ogden is Professor of Health Psychology at the University of Surrey, UK, and has researched eating behavior, obesity management, and eating disorders for 25 years.

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The Schema Therapy Clinician's Guide

How to Become a More Effective CBT Therapist

A Complete Resource for Building and Delivering Individual, Group and Integrated Schema Mode Treatment Programs

Mastering Metacompetence in Clinical Practice

Joan M. Farrell, Neele Reiss & Ida A. Shaw

Edited by Adrian Whittington & Nick Grey

978-1-118-50917-3 384 pp.

Pub: 30/05/14

Pub: 06/05/14

The Schema Therapy Clinician’s Guide is a complete clinical resource for psychotherapists looking to implement schema therapy, group schema therapy or a combination of both in a structured, cost-effective way. The authors provide ready-made individual and group sessions with patient hand-outs, independently effective but also linked by schema mode, that can be delivered across a range of treatment lengths. It divides the work of Schema therapy into its basic components of cognitive, experiential and behavioral pattern-breaking work, focusing on each of these components at a time in sessions. Readership: Practitioners at all levels interested in schema therapy, including clinical psychologists, forensic clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, group therapists, counselors and social workers Joan Farrell, Ph.D. is a Clinical Psychologist, Research and Training Director of the Center for Borderline Personality disorder Treatment and Research, Indiana University School of Medicine, USA, and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychology, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). Neele Reiss is a Researcher, Clinical Psychologist and Schema Therapist in the Department of Differential Psychology and Psychological Diagnostics, Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany, and a Director of the Institute for Psychotherapy in Mainz, Germany. Ida A. Shaw, M.A. is the Director of the Schema Therapy Institute Midwest, Indianapolis, USA, and Senior Clinical Supervisor at the Center for BPD Treatment and Research, Indiana University School of Medicine. Rights licensed in Italian

978-1-118-46834-0 320 pp.

CBT has been shown to be effective in helping many people with a wide range of difficulties. A key strength is its empirical basis, and much effort has gone into training therapists to adhere closely to the specific treatment protocols used in research trials. However, real-world therapists need to make moment-to-moment decisions about the direction therapy should take with individual clients. How to Become a More Effective CBT Therapist explores effective ways for therapists to move beyond competence to ‘metacompetence’, remaining true to the core principles of CBT while also adapting therapeutic techniques to address the everyday challenges of real-world clinical work with individuals. Based firmly on foundations of the current evidence, this innovative text explores common therapeutic factors such as the working alliance, managing diversity and developing a style, as well as providing more specific material for dealing with older people and individuals with long-term conditions (LTCs), intellectual disabilities, personality disorders and psychosis. For each topic, research evidence is analysed and practical solutions to working with complexity are presented. Clinical chapters feature detailed case studies and extracts of therapy transcript that illustrate the conceptualisation and implementation of a therapy plan, along with commentary on the decision-making process from the therapist’s perspective. A final section looks at development through feedback, supervision and self-practice. Readership: IAPT trainees and graduate students on other CBT training courses; CBT therapists and practitioners Adrian Whittington is Director of Education and Training at Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. Nick Grey is Joint Clinical Director and Consultant Clinical Psychologist at the Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. All rights available

CBT for Chronic Pain and Psychological Well-Being

Evidence-Based CBT for Anxiety and Depression in Children and Adolescents

A Skills Training Manual Integrating DBT, ACT, Behavioral Activation and Motivational Interviewing

A Competencies Based Approach

Edited by Elizabeth S. Sburlati, Heidi J. Lyneham, Carolyn A. Schniering & Ronald Mark Carlson M. Rapee 978-1-118-46924-8 328 pp.

978-1-118-78881-3 280 pp.

Pub: 16/05/14

Pub: 30/05/14

CBT for Chronic Pain and Psychological Well-Being is the first clinical manual to target chronic pain and its associated psychological disorders by utilizing, adapting and combining skill sets from DBT, ACT and other evidence-based CBT approaches. Initial chapters present a comprehensive overview of key issues relating to comorbid mental health and chronic pain, and an introduction to the manual’s innovative structure. Clinical materials are then provided in a session-by-session format, organized into sections that allow clinicians to select approaches to suit their preferences and meet the needs of individual clients. The text addresses common problems such as depression, anxiety, anger, sleep problems, chemical abuse, and more, and includes important information relating to issues of motivation, compliance and self-reliance. Integrating skills from a variety of approaches, CBT for Chronic Pain and Psychological Well-Being offers invaluable practical information for the alleviation and treatment of the diverse psychological issues associated with chronic pain.

This is the first book to offer an explicitly competencies-based approach to the cognitive-behavioural treatment of anxiety and depression in children and young people. Within it, an outstanding and influential set of experts in the field describe a comprehensive model of therapist competencies required for empirically supported cognitive behavioral treatment. They explore each of these competencies in great detail, and highlight effective ways of training these competencies. As a result, the book not only supports the training, development and assessment of competent clinicians who are implementing CBT, it is also invaluable for clinicians who wish to gain an understanding of the competencies they need to acquire or improve, guidelines for how to achieve these, providing a benchmark against which they can assess themselves. Evidence-Based CBT for Anxiety and Depression in Children and Adolescents works to improve the quality of therapists working in this area, and as a result, the quality of treatment that many young people receive. Readership: Trainers, supervisors, and trainees in the field of clinical psychology; clinical psychology professionals at all levels; postgraduates in clinical psychology training programs; courses that teach CBT for children/adolescents.

Readership: For a wide range of clinicians - in clinics, hospitals, outpatient programmes and private practice working with clients who experience chronic pain with anxiety, depression, and personality disorders.

Elizabeth S. Sburlati is a researcher in Clinical Psychology at the Centre for Emotional Health, Macquarie University, Australia.

Mark R. Carlson is Founder, President, CEO, and co-owner of Mental Health Systems (MHS), Minnesota.

Heidi J. Lyneham is a research fellow at the Centre for Emotional Health, Macquarie University, Australia.

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Carolyn A. Schniering is a senior lecturer, clinical supervisor, and child psychologist at the Centre for Emotional Health, Macquarie University, Australia. Ronald M. Rapee is Distinguished Professor Psychology at Macquarie University, Australia.


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Facts and Fictions in Mental Health

Workplace Well-being How to Build Psychologically Healthy Workplaces

Hal Arkowitz & Scott O. Lilienfeld

Edited by Arla Day, E. Kevin Kelloway & Joseph J. Hurrell Jr.

978-1-118-31129-5 184 pp.

978-1-118-46945-3 351 pp.

Pub: 24/12/14

Pub: 30/05/14

Since 2006, Hal Arkowitz and Scott Lilienfeld have been debunking myths surrounding mental health and its treatment in their ‘Facts and Fictions’ column for Scientific American Mind. This book compiles their articles, augmented with original content on new trending issues in mental health awareness, in a single volume for the first time. Each chapter focuses on either a myth or a set of interrelated myths concerning mental illness and its treatment, and focuses on the scientific research that helps set the record straight on the reality of these psychological problems.

Workplace Wellbeing is a complete guide to understanding and implementing the principles of a psychologically healthy workplace for psychologists and other practitioners. Grounded in the latest theory and research, it introduces the five core principles of the psychologically healthy workplace: employee involvement, work-life balance, health and safety, employee development and growth, and employee recognition. In addition to reviewing the theory and research for these principles, the contributors delve into practical concerns with coverage of best practices, case studies, and proven implementation techniques.

Chapters cover topics that include suicide, pediatric bipolar disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, dissociative identity disorder (multiple personality disorder), borderline personality disorder, the treatment of ADHD, and others. The authors provide introductory material throughout the book, and have added references to each column.

Moving beyond the traditional domain of books in this field, the contributors discuss factors that influence not only the physical safety of employees, but also their physical and psychological health. They also address the role of unions, the importance of leadership, healthy workplaces in small businesses, respectful workplace cultures, and corporate social responsibility. Drawing together the leading scholars and practitioners from around the world, this book brings researchers and practitioners up to date on theory and research while also providing practical examples and actions to effect organizational change.

Facts and Fictions in Mental Health seeks to inform and educate individuals about the research base and the realities of mental health problems and those who live with them. Readership: Students in undergraduate abnormal psychology and clinical psychology courses; general readers interested in issues of mental health

Readership: Psychologists, HR professionals, business managers, health and safety managers, and other practitioners improving workplace health; scholars studying industrial organizational psychology, business, human relations, and organizational behavior; graduate students in courses on organizational psychology, organizational behavior, occupational health, work wellbeing, human resources

Hal Arkowitz is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Arizona.

Arla Day is Professor and Canada Research Chair in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Saint Mary's University, Canada.

Scott O. Lilienfeld is Professor of Psychology at Emory University in Atlanta. In addition, he has appeared on ABC's 20/20, CNN, the CBS Evening News, and National Public Radio, and is co-author of 50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology, whose sales number over 30,000 copies and which was translated into 20 languages.

E. Kevin Kelloway is the Canada Research Chair in Occupational Health Psychology at Saint Mary's University, Canada.

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Joseph J. Hurrell, Jr., is Adjunct Professor of Psychology at St. Mary's University, Canada

Evidence-Based Practice and Intellectual Disabilities

Neuromotor Immaturity in Children and Adults The INPP Screening Test for Clinicians and Health Practitioners Sally Goddard Blythe

Edited by Peter Sturmey & Robert Didden

978-1-118-73696-8 136 pp.

978-0-470-71068-5 312 pp.

Pub: 06/06/14

Pub: 30/05/14

Undiagnosed neuromotor immaturity is increasingly being held responsible for a broad range of symptoms, including anxiety, behavioral disorders, and learning difficulties. Available to healthcare professionals for the first time, this book contains proven screening tests to measure neuromotor immaturity in children and adults in order to provide a basis for referral and help. Based on the pioneering work of Sally Goddard Blythe and the Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology, it provides reproducible scoring and observation sheets for use in practice.

Maladaptive behaviors and psychiatric disorders are common in individuals with intellectual disabilities. In clinical practice as well as in scientific literature much attention is given to the diagnosis, analysis and treatment of such disorders. Evidence-based practice (EBP) has become an important international movement in psychotherapy, and recent years have shown an increased focus on - and need for - the use of EBP in treatment in the field of intellectual disabilities. This is the first book dedicated to specifically addressing EBP in this area.

The screening tests allow healthcare practitioners to assess disorders of movement that can negatively affect educational performance and emotional function in children and adolescents, as well as the thoughts and behavior of adults. It is a novel approach for healthcare professionals who observe aberrant reflexes in their patients in the absence of more serious pathology. The perfect complement to Assessing Neuromotor Readiness for Learning, these tests makes new resources and information available to patients who are often overlooked by standard clinical and educational services.

The authors review the current evidence base for behavioral and psychiatric disorders common in children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Treatment modalities are reviewed according to criteria for evidence based practice. In addition to this, clinical guidelines are given based on the strength of evidence of treatments for a given problematic behavioral topography or disorder. Evidence-Based Practice and Intellectual Disabilities will be highly relevant to a wide audience, including professionals working in community services, clinicians working in special education schools, residential facilities, and psychiatric hospitals, and parents and organizations involved in the care of individuals with intellectual disabilities.

Readership: Primary and secondary health care practitioners treating children, including developmental psychologists, child psychologists and psychiatrists, pediatricians and general practitioners, community health officers, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, optometrists, early childhood educators, nurses, and child and adolescent mental health practitioners.

Readership: Professionals working in community and institutional services; clinicians working in special education schools, residential facilities, developmental centers, and psychiatric hospitals; parents and organizations involved in the service for people with intellectual disabilities.

Sally Goddard Blythe is International Director of The Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology (INPP) in Chester, UK.

Robert Didden is Professor of Intellectual Disabilities, Learning and Behaviour at the Behavioral Science Institute and School of Education of the Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

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The Psychology of Human Sexuality

Sexual Attraction in Therapy Clinical Perspectives on Moving Beyond the Taboo - A Guide for Training and Practice

Justin J. Lehmiller

Edited by Maria Luca

978-1-118-35121-5 424 pp.

978-1-118-67433-8 288 pp.

Pub: 07/02/14

The Psychology of Human Sexuality offers a comprehensive overview of the science behind human sexual behavior from a biopsychosocial perspective. By emphasizing psychological research and theory on human sexuality, renowned sexuality expert Justin J. Lehmiller reveals the psychological importance of possessing familiarity with one’s body for forming healthy sexual relationships, and shows how a lack of such knowledge can lead to sexual and relationship difficulties. A wide variety of issues and topics are explored, ranging from sexual anatomy, methods, attraction, orientation, relationships, and behaviors, to sexual difficulties and solutions, prostitution, and pornography. Designed to be inclusive and respectful of a diverse audience, Lehmiller’s analysis also includes instructor resources designed to facilitate a dynamic and interactive classroom environment and enhance critical thinking. Approaching the topic with a combination of sensitivity and scholarly rigor, The Psychology of Human Sexuality offers rich insights into the latest theories and research that shape our understanding of the psychological aspects of human sexuality.

Readership: Undergraduate level students in psychology and gender studies, taking courses in human sexuality, including human sexual behavior, psychology of human sexuality, and sexuality studies. Justin J. Lehmiller is a College Fellow in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University. He has published over 25 articles and book chapters in such publications as the Journal of Sex Research and the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, and he is frequently interviewed by news and media outlets. All rights available

Pub: 14/03/14

Sexual Attraction in Therapy presents new and original theoretical and clinical insights from multiple perspectives into working with the complex phenomenon of sexual attraction in therapy. Challenging practitioners to think about sexual attraction as a normal dynamic developing through the unique intimacy of the therapy encounter, it encourages readers to treat sexual attraction as an opportunity for deeper work, rather than as a dread. This text fills an important gap in the market by moving beyond psychoanalytic theories of transference and countertransference, and discussing views on theory, training, practice and research from relational/integrative, cognitive behavioural, acceptance and commitment, existential, phenomenological, psychoanalytic and systemic approaches. The contributors to the text – including Doris McIlwain, Michael Worrell, John Sommers-Flanagan and Martin Milton - are highly experienced psychologists and psychotherapists with international reputations as theorists on the erotic in clinical practice. Illustrated with detailed case material and strategies for managing sexual attraction, this book aims to stimulate understanding and dialogue by bringing theory and practice from a variety of perspectives together in one comprehensive volume. Readership: Qualified and trainee psychotherapists, counselors and psychologists; psychiatrists, nurses and social workers; students of counseling and psychology. Maria Luca is a Reader in Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology, Senior Research Fellow, and Head of the Reflections Research Centre in the School of Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology, Regent's University London, UK.

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The Complete Systemic Supervisor

Sex Offenders

Context, Philosophy, and Pragmatics

A Criminal Career Approach

Edited by Thomas C. Todd & Cheryl L. Storm

Edited by Arjan Blokland & Patrick Lussier

978-1-118-50897-8 464 pp.

978-0-470-97545-9 416 pp.

Pub: 23/05/14

Systemic therapy and accompanying supervision are practiced by many professionals, including couple, marriage and family therapists, social workers, psychologists, counselors, psychiatrists, and other healthcare providers. Long considered the definitive text on systemic supervision, this comprehensive, in-depth treatment of the subject is now presented in a fully updated second edition that includes auxiliary online resources. As well as laying out an overarching framework for systemic supervision, the text offers readers a set of guidelines for building a personal approach to their practice, tailored to their specific contexts. The comprehensive nature, inclusion of specific supervision models, in-depth discussion regarding ethics, outcome education, cultural equity, and international implications, as well as the numerous case illustrations throughout, distinguish this book from all competing titles. The new edition also highlights evolving contexts for systemic supervision such as healthcare, schools, and the military. The on-line supplement consists of highly practical resources for supervisors to use to enhance their supervision. Readers can easily adapt forms, instruments, and examples of documents to their setting and incorporate strategies into their everyday practice of supervision.

Pub: 21/11/14

Legal interventions for sexual offenses are based on various assumptions about the criminal careers of sex offenders: that sex offenders are persistent offenders, that they offend at a high rate, and that they specialize in sexual offending. Despite this reliance, the empirical research on sex offenders’ criminal careers is sparse, and the few studies that do exist give reason to question and further investigate these assumptions. Bringing together a group of internationally renowned scholars, this volume offers an authoritative overview of the criminal careers of sex offenders from youth to adulthood, while questioning our received ideas and pushing the boundaries of our current empirical knowledge. Bringing together original research on sex offenders and career criminals, and performing an in-depth investigation into existing policies, the articles offer a substantial basis from which to cultivate forward-looking policy approaches for those involved in criminology and psychology research, criminal justice, and social work.

Readership: Graduate level courses on systemic supervision, especially those offering couple, marriage, and family therapy degrees; students undertaking courses in family psychology, family systems, and family health;); community supervisors interested in advancing their supervisor skills and/or satisfying regulatory requirements.

Readership: Criminologists, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists and other academics and policymakers with an interest in either criminal careers or sexual offending; police officers, prosecutors, judges, therapists, parole/probation officers, social workers; undergraduate and graduate students in developmental and life course criminology, criminal and forensic psychology and courses specifically focusing on sex crimes; academic libraries.

Thomas C. Todd is on the faculty of the Chicago Center for Family Health and is the former Chair of the Marriage and Family Therapy Department at the Adler School of Professional Psychology, Chicago, USA.

Arjan A.J. Blokland is a senior-researcher at the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR) and a professor of criminology and criminal justice at Leiden University, the Netherlands.

Cheryl L. Storm is Professor Emerita and former Director of the Marriage and Family Therapy program, Pacific Lutheran University, USA.

Patrick Lussier is an associate professor of criminology at Laval University, in Quebec, Canada.

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Investigating Terrorism

Sound Linkage 3e

Current Political, Legal and Psychological Issues

An Integrated Programme for Overcoming Reading Difficulties

Edited by John Pearse

Peter J. Hatcher, Fiona J. Duff & Charles Hulme

978-1-119-99416-9 256 pp.

978-1-118-51008-7 200 pp.

Pub: 22/08/14

Investigating Terrorism takes a look behind the closed doors of terrorist cases, and at the entire judicial process of these cases from heated debates in both Houses of Parliament, through arrest, prosecution and imprisonment. In doing so, it confronts many of the crucial political, enforcement, legal and psychological issues currently influencing major decision makers in this arena. Specialist contributors discuss recently-released research into the effectiveness of front-line counter terrorism officers in their dealings with terrorist suspects, including the findings from a study commissioned by New Scotland Yard into the effectiveness of police interviews with terrorist suspects. Also included are strategic reviews of many of the major legislative changes and subsequent high profile legal challenges that have repeatedly undermined government policy. Contributors provide a clear psychological understanding of aspects of terrorist behaviour, including insights into what drives individuals to become suicide bombers. Contributions come from both senior police officers and psychologists. Contributors Lord Carlile, the former HMG’s Independent Reviewer of Terrorist legislation, and Peter Clarke, the recently retired Head of Terrorist Investigations for the UK, combine academic credentials and understanding with substantial policy or practitioner experience. This combination of perspectives ensures a holistic and richly informed view of the subject and issues. Readership: Those working in the area of terrorist and forensic investigations; academics and professionals researching terrorism; professionals in the mental health and prison services who deal with detained terrorist prisoners; students of terrorist behavior and for all who seek to understand the terrorist mindset John Pearse is Vice President of the Paul Ekman Group and the Managing Director of Forensic Navigation Services Ltd, an independent company that combines forensic consultancy and investigation with psychological training and empirical research. All rights available

Pub: 06/05/14

The third edition of this highly successful phonological training programme, developed to support children with reading delays and dyslexia, has been revised throughout to incorporate the latest research in the field. The package contains a phonological training programme, and explains how this programme can be embedded within a broader reading intervention. These materials and the broader approach have been used with a wide range of children since 1994, and found to be suitable for reading-delayed children, irrespective of cognitive ability and age. Revised and reordered to reflect the latest advancements, the ten sections of activities within the programme include: identification of words and syllables; identification and supply of rhyming words, identification and discrimination of phonemes; and blending, segmentation, deletion, substitution and transposition of phonemes within words. The manual also contains sections covering the theoretical background to the 1994 study by Hatcher, Hulme and Ellis, and subsequent studies; a standardized test of phonological awareness and a methodology that can be used to grade children’s reading books. All activities are accompanied by a set of record sheets, a set of pictures, and an appendix of additional activities useful in helping children master a particular skill or to reinforce existing learning.

Readership: Teachers, teaching assistants, speech therapists educational psychologists; lecturers and students concerned with speech, language, dyslexia and the teaching of reading Peter J. Hatcher was, until his retirement, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of York. Fiona J. Duff is a Research Associate at the University of Oxford. Charles Hulme is Professor of Psychology at University College London. All rights available

Contemporary Occupational Health Psychology

Neurostereology Unbiased Stereology of Neural Systems P. R. Mouton 978-1-118-44421-4 280 pp.

Edited by Stavroula Leka & Robert R. Sinclair 978-1-118-71390-7 264 pp.

Pub: 31/01/14

The third volume in the highly-acclaimed biennial series Contemporary Occupational Health Psychology builds on the standards of excellence set in the initial volumes by providing the most up-to-date current research and practice in the rapidly-evolving field of occupational health psychology. Published in collaboration with the European Academy for Occupational Health Psychology (EAOHP) and the Society for Occupational Health Psychology (SOHP), Volume 3 features contributions from highly respected names in the field including Fred Leong, Hans de Witte, Eva Demerouti and Sir Michael Marmot. Topics covered include psychological health during organizational restructuring, occupational health and well-being among immigrant workers, increasing the effectiveness of safety training programs, and the WHO Healthy Workplaces Model. Presenting state-of-the-art research along with its implications for real-world practice, Contemporary Occupational Health Psychology is an invaluable reference to the latest thinking on the prevention of workplace risk and the promotion of health, safety and well-being.

Stereological methods provide researchers with unparalleled quantitative data from tissue samples and allow for well-evidenced research advances in a broad range of scientific fields. Presenting a concise introduction to the methodology and application of stereological research in neuroscience, Neurostereology provides a fuller understanding of the use of these methods in research and a means for replicating successful scientific approaches. Providing sound footing for future research, Neurostereology is a useful tool for basic and clinical researchers and advanced students looking to integrate these methods into their research.

Readership: Practitioners and academics interested in occupational health psychology, including health and safety officers, occupational psychologists, human resources professionals and researchers in all disciplines related to people in the workplace.

Readership: Cellular and molecular neurobiologists, neuroanatomists, neurophysiologists, neurologists, advanced students Peter R. Mouton is Professor of Stereology in the Department of Pathology and Cell Biology, Byrd Alzheimer's Center and Research Institute, University of South Florida. Dr. Mouton has written two early books on the broader use of stereology in biomedical research, A Concise Guide to Unbiased Stereology (JHUP 2010) and Principles and Practices of Unbiased Stereology (JHUP 2002). Dr. Mouton also serves as the Director of the Stereology Research Center, Inc and provides training and workshops in stereological research modalities.

Stavroula Leka is Associate Professor in Occupational Health Psychology at the University of Nottingham, UK; and Director of the Centre for Organizational Health & Development, a World Health Organization collaborating centre in occupational health. Robert R. Sinclair is a Professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology at Clemson University.

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The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Mindfulness

The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Social Anxiety Disorder

Edited by Amanda Ie, Christelle T. Ngnoumen & Ellen J. Langer

Edited by Justin W. Weeks

978-1-118-29487-1 1248 pp.

978-1-119-96860-3 648 pp.

Pub: 11/04/14

Pub: 11/04/14

The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Mindfulness brings together the latest multi-disciplinary research on mindfulness from a group of international scholars. The essays here examine the two dominant approaches to Western mindfulness—social psychological and Eastern-derived—in order to compare, contrast, and integrate insights from the two perspectives. The first essays cover the origins and key theories of both branches. The contributors then discuss the implications for mindfulness across a range of fields, including consciousness and cognition, education, creativity, leadership and organizational behavior, law, medical practice and therapy, well-being, and sports. They map out future directions for the study and application of mindfulness at the individual, interpersonal, and global level. Ambitious in scope and comprehensive in coverage, this handbook bridges disparate perspectives and disciplines for a complete examination of this growing practice and its potential to increase human health and wellbeing in the future.

Social anxiety disorder (SAD), characterized by excessive fear of social or performance situations, is among the most common mental disorders. The majority of patients affected by SAD describe moderate-to-severe impairment across various areas of their lives, including education, employment, and relationships. Research on SAD and its effects has greatly advanced in recent years, and it consistently demonstrates successful treatment of the disorder. This unique handbook is a response to this recent exponential growth of research, and the many resulting changes that have occurred within the field; it newly synthesizes the wealth of information which has accumulated on SAD, as well as several cutting edge treatments which have yet to be featured in a handbook on this topic, and outlines the future directions of research. It is also the first to offer in depth coverage of personality factors in social anxiety disorder, and multicultural issues in the diagnosis, case conceptualization, and treatment of the disorder. Leading international investigators discuss updated and extended theoretical models and cutting-edge findings on etiological factors, developmental and diversity issues, optimal assessment approaches, symptomatology, areas warranting enhanced empirical attention, and various empirically-supported treatments pertaining to SAD.

Readership: Scholars, professionals, and advanced undergraduate and graduate-level students studying mindfulness in departments of psychology, cognitive science, and across the social sciences.

Readership: Practicing clinicians, researchers, and clinical psychology students; a valuable handbook for researchers and a teaching tool for graduate courses on psychopathology.

Amanda Ie is a researcher in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University.

Justin W. Weeks is the Director of the Center for Evaluation and Treatment of Anxiety (CETA) at Ohio University, USA.

Christelle Ngnoumen is a doctoral student and researcher in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University.

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Ellen Langer is Professor of Psychology at Harvard University and widely considered to be the "mother" of mindfulness. She is the recipient of four distinguished scientist awards, a Guggenheim Fellowship, among a host of other honors. All rights available

The Wiley Handbook of Anxiety Disorders

The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Operant and Classical Conditioning

Edited by Paul Emmelkamp & Thomas Ehring

Edited by Frances K. McSweeney & Eric S. Murphy

978-1-118-77535-6 1448 pp.

978-1-118-46818-0 752 pp.

Pub: 06/05/14

This state-of-the-art Handbook on the research and treatment of anxiety and related disorders is the most clinically-oriented Handbook currently available. It offers a truly international approach, encompassing a broad network of researchers and covering issues of global -- not just Western -- relevance. Divided into two volumes, the first reflects the state of the art of theory and research in the field; the second volume focuses primarily on clinical applications. Volume 1 covers various aspects related to theory and research into anxiety disorders, including epidemiology, course, classification according to DSM-5, and major etiological approaches. Disorder-specific chapters provide in-depth information on each anxiety disorder as well as number of anxiety-related problems classified in other categories, including PTSD, OCD, sexual anxiety, and body dysmorphic disorders. Volume 2 presents the very latest treatments for anxiety disorders. Chapters cover the most recent research findings in the areas, as well as clinically relevant information including brief case vignettes. In addition to established treatments, new and innovative approaches are covered, including cognitive bias modification, virtual reality exposure therapy, deep brain stimulation and the use of cognitive enhancers. Readership: Institutional libraries, researchers, practitioners and graduate students involved with Anxiety Disorders Paul Emmelkamp is a Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Amsterdam and a registered clinical psychologist and psychotherapist. Thomas Ehring is a Professor of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy at the University of Münster, Germany, as well as a registered clinical psychologist and Director of the Centre for PTSD Treatment at Münster University. All rights available

Pub: 30/05/14

This handbook on operant and classical conditioning reflects the acknowledged similarities in the fundamental principles of the two varieties of learning behavior. The detailed assessment it provides of contemporary behavior analysis affords readers an enhanced understanding of the mutually reinforcing aspects of the two forms of conditioning. Explaining the basic theory alongside a full range of its applications, the volume covers many aspects of current understanding in this vital field of psychology research, offering a breadth of perspective that will satisfy the requirements of a diverse academic readership. The content begins with a full account of the conceptual foundations of the subject, including the physiological substrates of classical conditioning and the related learning modality of habituation. The applications of conditioning, such as taste aversions, phobias, immune system responses, and drug effects, are explored in the handbook’s second section, followed by a review of the core literature in operant conditioning that features current topics such as behavioral economics. The book’s final section deals with the expanding field of applied behavior analysis, featuring material that ranges from intensive behavioral treatment for children with developmental disabilities to behavior analytic approaches to aging. Readership: Advanced undergraduates and graduate students of psychology, behavior analysis, applied behavior analysis and educational psychology; academics, researchers, and professionals in classical conditioning, behavior analysis, applied behavior analysis, Advanced undergraduate students, graduates and researchers of applied psychology. Frances K. McSweeney is Regents Professor and Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs at Washington State University, USA. Eric S. Murphy is Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Alaska Anchorage, USA, and holds a doctorate in experimental psychology from Washington State University. All rights available

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The Handbook of Solitude Psychological Perspectives on Social Isolation, Social Withdrawal, and Being Alone Edited by Robert J. Coplan & Julie C. Bowker 978-1-118-42736-1 608 pp.

Edited by Dean Keith Simonton 978-1-118-36740-7 660 pp.

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Pub: 24/01/14

The study of solitude cuts across virtually all sub-disciplines of psychology and has been explored from multiple and diverse theoretical perspectives across the lifespan. This handbook provides psychology students, researchers, and faculty the first comprehensive compilation of research related to the construct of solitude. It examines the construct of solitude from multiple perspectives, during different developmental periods across the lifespan, and across a broad range of contexts.

Readership: Advanced undergraduate and graduate level students for various courses in psychology, including areas of developmental, biological, social, personality, organizational, health, educational, cognitive, and clinical psychology; also ideal for researchers and scholars in these areas of psychology and related disciplines Robert J. Coplan is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at Carleton University and Director of the Pickering Centre for Research in Human Development. Julie C. Bowker is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York.

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The Wiley Handbook of Genius

The Handbook of Genius is the first reference work to discuss all aspects of genius, a topic that endlessly provokes and fascinates. Bringing together essays from a multidisciplinary group of contributors, this book covers the origins, characteristics, careers, and consequences of genius. The coverage is broken into sections focusing on cognitive science, individual differences, life-span development, and social context. It encompasses genius creators, leaders, and performers across a range of disciplines including science, philosophy, art, music, literature, politics and war. The contributors examine genius from a variety of perspectives—including genetics, neuroscience, psychology, and more—to provide a comprehensive treatment of the subject. Engaging with classic debates as well as the latest research, this handbook is a singular achievement in the scientific study of genius that opens new avenues for continued exploration of the topic in years to come. Dean Keith Simonton is Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Davis. His research concerns various aspects of genius, creativity, leadership, talent, and aesthetics. Simonton's numerous honors include the William James Book Award, the Sir Francis Galton Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Study of Creativity, the Rudolf Arnheim Award for Outstanding Achievement in Psychology and the Arts, the SPSP Theoretical Innovation Prize, the George A. Miller Outstanding Article Award, and three Mensa Awards for Excellence in Research. All rights available

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