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Psychology Catalog 2015


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Ta b l e o f C o n T e n T s Abnormal Psychology/ Psychopathology...................3 Addictions......................................................................7 Assessment, Testing, Measurement............................7 Essentials of Psychological Assessment Series..........9

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Clinical Psychology......................................................11 Cognitive & Emotion..................................................12 Counseling: Addiction................................................14 Counseling: Psychotherapy........................................16

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Counseling: Treatment Planners................................24

Educational Psychology..............................................28 Forensic Psychology....................................................29 Health & Environment.................................................31 History and Systems....................................................32

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selecting effective Treatments: a Comprehensive, systematic Guide to Treating Mental Disorders, fourth edition—Includes DsM-5™ Update Chapter Linda Seligman, George Mason University, Lourie W. Reichenberg, Marymount University 978-1-118-73801-6 • Paper • 624 pp. • 2014

Now featuring a new chapter that outlines the changes in the DSM5™, Selecting Effective Treatments presents a comprehensive, systematic research-based approach to the diagnosis and treatment of all the major mental disorders found in the DSM. Each chapter describes symptoms and diagnosis, best practices and step-by-step clinical guidelines, prognosis, and outcome. The DSM-5™ Update features: • Diagnostic criteria for the new disorders (hoarding, binge eating, disruptive mood dysregulation, and excoriation/skin-picking disorder)

DsM-5 essentials: The savvy Clinician’s Guide to the Changes in Criteria The savvy Clinician’s Guide to the Changes in Criteria Lourie W. Reichenberg, Marymount University 978-1-118-84608-7 • Paper • 128 pp. • 2014

Everything you need to know about the DSM-5 in an organized and concise presentation Providing you with a quick and easy way to get up-to-speed on recent changes to the two main classification systems, DSM-5 Essentials highlights these changes in a logical and systematic manner so that you can easily make the transition from DSM-IV to DSM-5. Arranged in the same sequence as the DSM5, this book covers what has changed from the DSMIV, what these changes mean for diagnosis, and the implication of these changes on the selection of effective, evidencebased treatment. It also covers: • The twenty classifications of disorders

• Course specifiers, criterion changes, and developmental thresholds that enhance differential diagnosis of existing disorders

• Emerging measures and models

• Explanation of the DSM-5 ’s new developmentally based organizational structure and how to use the new manual to find disorders frequently diagnosed in childhood that are now integrated into relevant chapters

• Matching clients needs with the best evidence-based treatment

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction to Effective Treatment Planning. 2. Mental Disorders in Infants, Children, and Adolescents. 3. Situationally Precipitated Disorders and Conditions. 4. Mood Disorders. 5. Anxiety Disorders. 6. Disorders of Behavior and Impulse Control. 7. Disorders in Which Physical and Psychological Factors Combine. 8. Personality Disorders. 9. Disorders Involving Impairment in Awareness of Reality: Psychotic and Dissociative Disorders. 10. The Future of Diagnosis and Treatment Planning. 11. DSM-5 Update.

• The future of diagnosis and treatment planning • Major changes to the DSM5 such as the replacement of the multiaxial system, the developmental and lifespan approach, and cultural and gender considerations TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction. 2. The 20 Classifications of Disorders. 3. Emerging Measures and Models. Conclusion: The Future of Diagnosis and Treatment Planning.

essentials of Child and adolescent Psychopathology, second edition Linda Wilmshurst, Elon University 978-1-118-84019-1 • Paper • 352 pp. • 2014

Essentials of Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Second Edition provides a concise, accessible overview of the major theories, assessment practices, and key issues. This updated Second Edition describes the significant changes in the way DSM™-5 conceptualizes disorders in children and adolescents, and includes a new chapter on child abuse, child maltreatment, and self-injurious behavior. Using practical case examples to illustrate key points, the book addresses specific disorders and problems prevalent among this age group—including anxiety, mood disorders, and traumatic stress.

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DSM-5

IN ACTION

adult Psychopathology and Diagnosis, seventh edition

DsM-5 in action, Third edition Sophia F. Dziegielewski, University of Central Florida 978-1-118-13673-7 • Paper • 624 pp. • 2014 Adult Psychopathology and Diagnosis

REVISED EDITION

SEVENTH EDITION

By demystifying the DSM-5, author Sophia Dziegielewski goes beyond the traditional diagnostic assessment and suggests both treatment plans SOPHIA F. DZIEGIELEWSKI and practice strategy. She covers the changes in criteria to the DSM-5 and what those changes mean for mental health professionals. This new edition: • New and updated treatment plans • A ll treatment plans, interventions strategies, applications, and practice implications are evidence based

Deborah C. Beidel, University of South Florida, B. Christopher Frueh, University of Hawaii, Michel Hersen, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine 978-1-118-65708-9 • Cloth • 848 pp. • 2014

Edited by

Deborah C. Beidel

B. Christopher Frueh

Michel Hersen

In this fully updated seventh edition, Adult Psychopathology and Diagnosis offers comprehensive coverage of the major psychological disorders and presents a balanced integration of empirical data and diagnostic criteria to demonstrate the basis for individual diagnoses. Updated to reflect the latest advancements in psychopathology, this edition follows the same proven structure of previous editions to facilitate readers’ understanding and learning. Updates include:

• I nstructions on doing diagnostic assessments and differential diagnosis using the DSM-5 Changes to coding and billing using the DSM-5 and ICD-10

• The new Schizophrenic Spectrum and other psychotic disorders

• R obust tools for students, instructors, and new graduates seeking licensure. DSM-5 in Action makes the DSM-5 accessible to all practitioners, allowing for more accurate, comprehensive care.

• Conditions considered unsettled in the latest update

TABLE OF CONTENTS Section 1. Utilizing the DSM-5 Assessment, Planning, and Practice Strategy. 1. Getting Started. 2 Basics and Application. 3: Completing the Diagnostic Assessment. 4 Applications: Beyond the Diagnostic Assessment. Section 2. Diagnostic and Treatment Applications. 5. Schizophrenia Spectrum and the other Psychotic Disorders. 6 Bipolar and Related disorders. 7 Depressive Disorders. Chapter 8 Obsessive-Compulsive and related disorders. 9. Trauma- and Stressor-related Disorders. 10. Sexual Dysfunctions. 11. Disruptive Impulse-Control and conduct disorders. 12. Substance-Related And Addictive Disorders. 13. Personality Disorders

abnormal Psychology

• The revised approach to eating disorders • An alternative DSM-5 Model for personality disorders Adult Psychopathology and Diagnosis, Seventh Edition provides a thorough introduction to the recently updated DSM-5 classification system and its application in clinical practice, including dimensional and categorical classifications. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.Mental Disorders 2. The Problem of Dual Diagnosis. 3. Structured and Semistructured Interviews for Differential Diagnosis 4. Impact of Race, Ethnicity, and Culture 5. Schizophrenia. 6. Bipolar and Related Disorders. 7. Mood Disorders: Depressive Disorders. 8. Specific Phobias. 9. Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders. 10. Trauma and Stress-Related Disorders 11. Dissociative Disorders. 12. Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders. 13. Feeding / Eating Disorders. 14. Sleep Disorders. 15. Sexual Dysfunctions and Paraphilic Disorders. 16. Gender Dysphoria. 17. Substance-Related Disorders: Alcohol. 18. Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders: Drugs. 19. Neurocognitive Disorders. 20. Personality Disorders

abnormal Psychology, Thirteenth edition Ann M. Kring, University of California at Berkeley, Gerald C. Davison, University of Southern California, John M. neale, State University of new York at Stonybrook, Sheri Johnson, University of Miami 978-1-118-95398-3 • Loose-leaf • pp. • 2015

Thirteenth Edition Ann M. KRinG GERALD C. DAviSon JoHn M. nEALE SHERi JoHnSon

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Understanding abnormal Child Psychology, Third edition vicky Phares, University of South Florida 978-0-470-58795-9 • Paper • 608 pp. • 2014

edited by

W. Edward Craighead David J. Miklowitz Linda W. Craighead

Fully Updated Includes DSM-5™ coverage

psychopathology H I S T O R Y, D I A G N O S I S , A N D E M P I R I C A L F O U N D AT I O N S

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Third Edition

Understanding Abnormal Child Understanding Abnormal Psychology emphasizes strengths and Child Psychology healthy outcomes as a means for VICKY PHARES designing effective therapies to help children and families, as well as focusing on prevention as a cornerstone of managing child behavior. Throughout this book, special attention is given to issues of diversity, inclusion, and understanding. In this Third Edition, a wealth of new research is reviewed and a number of features have been added to make the book more student-friendly. • H ighlighted sections help students to see the commonalities and differences of abnormal child behavior within a cross-cultural and international context • C ase studies and stories about children, adolescents, and families throughout apply the scholarly literature to real life • R eading and film suggestions at the end of each chapter for first-hand accounts of abnormal child psychology TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Conceptualizations in Normality and Abnormality in Children and Adolescents. 2. Theories of Abnormality in Children and Adolescents. 3. Research Methods in the Study of Developmental Psychopathology. 4. Assessment and Treatment of Emotional/Behavioral Problems in Children, Adolescents, and Families. Risk and Protective Factors. 5. Risk Factors and Issues of Prevention. 6. Protective Factors and Issues of Prevention. Internalizing Problems. 7. Mood Disorders. 8. Anxiety Disorders. Externalizing Problems. 9. Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. 10. Disruptive Disorders. 11. Substance Use, Abuse, and Dependence. Other Problems. 12. Pervasive Developmental Disorders and Schizophrenia. 13. Learning Disorders and Mental Retardation. 14. Pediatric Psychology and Health Psychology for Children and Adolescents. Applying What You’ve Learned. 15. How You Can Help Children.

Case studies in abnormal Psychology

Psychopathology: history, Diagnosis, and empirical foundations, second edition W. Edward Craighead, Emory University, David J. Miklowitz, UCLA Semel institute, Linda W. Craighead, Emory University, Editors 978-1-118-10677-8 • Hardcover • 720 pp. • 2013

Designed for graduate-level courses in adult psychopathology, the Second Edition of this text incorporates the newly released DSM-5™. Presenting an overview of the issues and methodologies of conducting assessments, each of the major psychological disorders is discussed in a standard format. Each chapter covers: description from DSM-5™, using case examples; epidemiology; basic research, including neurobiology and neuroscience of the disorder; prevalence and consequences of the disorder; behavioral, social, cognitive, and emotional aspects of the disorder; and treatment of the disorder, using clinical examples showing how psychopathology and assessment influence treatment. • Thoroughly revised to reflect the newly released DSM-5™ TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Issues in Diagnosis: Conceptual Issues and Controversies. 2. Strategies for Evidence-Based Assessment of Children and Adolescents: Measuring Prediction, Prescription, and Process. 3. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. 4. Generalized Anxiety Disorder. 5. Social Anxiety Disorder. 6. Panic Disorder. 7. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. 8. Major Depressive Disorder. 9. Dysthymia and Chronic Depression. 10. Bipolar Disorders. 11. Schizophrenia and the Psychosis Spectrum. 12. Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder. 13. Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa. 14. Borderline Personality Disorder. 15. Alcohol Use Disorders. 16. Psychopathy as Psychopathology: Key Developments in Assessment, Etiology, and Treatment. 17. Sexual Dysfunction. 18. Sleep Disorders.

Case studies in abnormal Psychology, Tenth edition Thomas F. oltmanns, University of virginia, Michele T. Martin, Wesleyan College, John M. neale, State University of new York at Stonybrook, Gerald C. Davison, University of Southern California 978-1-118-83629-3 • Paper • 416 pp. • 2015

Tenth Edition THoMAS F. oLTMAnnS MiCHELE T. MARTin JoHn M. nEALE GERALD C. DAviSon

10th Edition, takes mental disorders from the realm of theory into the complex reality of human lives. This casebook presents comprehensive coverage of 23 high interest cases that include topics such as eating disorders, gender identity disorder, borderline personality, and posttraumatic stress disorder. Each study (1) provides detailed descriptions of a range of clinical problems, (2) illustrates some of the ways in which these problems can be viewed and treated, and (3) discusses some of the evidence that is available concerning the prevalence and causes of the disorders in question.

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CHILD AND

ADOLESCENT PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SECOND EDITION

Child and adolescent Psychopathology, second edition Theodore P. Beauchaine, SUnY Stonybrook, Stephen P. Hinshaw, University of California, Berkeley, Editors 978-1-118-12094-1 • Hardcover • 781 pp. • 2013

First Person Accounts of Mental Illness and Recovery Edited by

Craig Winston LeCroy Jane Holschuh

first Person accounts of Mental Illness and recovery

Craig Winston LeCroy, Arizona State University, Jane Holschuh, Humboldt State University and Arizona State University, Editors 978-0-470-44452-8 • Paper • 512 pp. • 2012

EDITED BY

Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Second Edition is the only comprehensive text on childhood and adolescent disorders that addresses genetic, neurobiological, and environmental factors within a developmental perspective. The new edition includes more on epigenetics, classification, culture and context, and emphasizes how, when, and why disorders emerge among young people and in what ways symptom profiles change at different stages of development. THEODORE P. BEAUCHAINE STEPHEN P. HINSHAW

• Discussion of DSM-5™ definitions and criteria • Material on prevalence, risk factors, developmental progression, cultural considerations,and protective factors in each chapter • N ew chapters on culture and context as well as allostatis and epigenetics BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: The Developmental Psychopathology Approach to Understanding Behavior. Part II: Vulnerabilities and Risk Factors for Psychopathology. Part III: Externalizing Behavior Disorders. Part IV: Internalizing Behavior Disorders. Part V: Other Psychological Disorders.

THIRD EDITION

DISORDERS of

Ideal for students studying the classification and treatment of mental disorders, First Person Accounts of Mental Illness and Recovery presents the unique stories of individuals experiencing various mental disorders. All of the accounts are written from the first-person perspective, providing readers with a deeper understanding of the realities of living with a mental illness. Structured around the DSM-IV-TR™ categories, this casebook reflects the viewpoints of an array of populations—urban and rural, rich and poor, young and old, and male and female. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders. 2. Mood Disorders. 3. Anxiety Disorders. 4. Personality Disorders. 5. Substance-Related Disorders. 6. Eating Disorders. 7. Impulse Control Disorders. 8. Delirium, Dementia, and Amnestic and Other Cognitive Disorders. 9. Somatoform Disorders. 10. Dissociative Disorders. 11. Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders. 12. Sleep Disorders. 13. Disorders Usually Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence.

Disorders of Personality: Introducing a DsM/ICD spectrum from normal to abnormal, Third edition Theodore Millon, institute for Advanced Studies in Personology and Psychopathology, Coral Gables, FL 978-0-470-04093-5 • Hardcover • 1,105 pp. • 2011

PERSONALITY IN TRODUCING A DSM/ICD SP E CTRUM FROM NORMAL TO ABNORMAL

This Third Edition provides a strong theoretical base for integrating both normal and abnormal personality spectrum concepts as well as elaborating a dimensional schema of traits for therapeutic planning. • Functions as an introduction and companion to the DSM-5™

THEOD OR E M IL LON

• Presents an entirely new personality classification—the ebullient/exuberant/turbulent spectrum BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part I: Historical, Theoretical, and Methodological Foundations. Part II: Interpersonally Imbalanced Spectra. Part III: Intrapsychically Conflicted Spectra. Part IV: Emotionally Extreme Spectra. Part V: Structurally Defective Spectra.

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DRUG USE, MISUSE and ABUSE

Psychopharmacology in the 21st Century

Drug Use, Misuse, and abuse

essentials of Psychological Testing, second edition

Cecile A. Marczinski

Susana Urbina, University of north Florida

978-1-118-53910-1 • Paper • 480 pp. • 2014

978-1-118-68048-3 • Paper • 400 pp. • 2014 Cecile A. Marczinski

Bringing a new approach to covering the basic principles and major topics found in a typical psychopharmacology course, Drug Use, Misuse and Abuse also adds the newest controversial findings in the study of drug use and abuse. At the core, the text has a strong emphasis on developing scientific literacy and critical thinking in the student. • Discusses the major drugs typically covered in an undergraduate psychopharmacology course (caffeine, nicotine, cocaine, amphetamines including methamphetamine, alcohol, opiates, marijuana, the hallucinogens, antipsychotics, antidepressants, and antianxiety medications) • Emphasizes the latest scientific findings in the field, including advances in imaging the living brain • Includes a chapter on careers related to psychopharmacology, as well as a variety of pedagogical features that help students learn, making it appropriate for an instructor of a lecture-based, online, or hybrid course TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction to Psychopharmacology. 2. Drugs and the Brain. 3. Basic Principles in Pharmacology. 4. Caffeine. 5. Nicotine. 6. Cocaine. 7. Amphetamines. 8. Alcohol. 9. Opiates. 10. Marijuana. 11. Hallucinogens. 12. Antipsychotic Drugs. 13. Antidepressant, Antianxiety, and Mood Stabilizing Drugs. 14. Steroids and Smart Drugs.

Fully updated and revised, the Second Edition of Essentials of Psychological Testing surveys the basic principles of psychometrics, succinctly presents the information needed to understand and evaluate tests, and introduces readers to the major contemporary reference works in the field. This engaging, practical overview of the most relevant psychometric concepts and techniques provides the foundation necessary for advanced study in the field of psychological assessment. Each clear, well-organized chapter includes new examples and references, featuring callout boxes highlighting key concepts, bulleted points, and extensive illustrative material, as well as “Test Yourself ” questions that help gauge and reinforce readers’ grasp of the information covered. The author’s extensive experience and deep understanding of the concepts presented are evident throughout the book, particularly when readers are reminded that tests are tools and that, like all tools, they have limitations. TABLE OF CONTENTS One. Introduction to Psychological Tests and Their Uses. Two. Essential Statistics for Testing. Three. Essentials of Test Score Interpretation. Four. Essentials of Reliability. Five. Essentials of Validity. Six. Essential Test Item Considerations. Seven. Essentials of Ethical Test Use.

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Psychological report Writing assistant

Writing Useful, accessible, and legally Defensible Psychoeducational reports

Gary Groth-Marnat, Ari Davis, both of Pacifica Graduate institute 978-0-470-88899-5 • Paper w/CD-ROM • 192 pp. • 2014

Developed by a leader in psychological assessment, Gary Groth-Marnat, this CD and Book package helps professionals and students quickly and easily write psychological reports. Timesaving and easy to learn, this software package fills the need for a comprehensive tool with guidance on how to organize and write integrated, relevant psychological reports. Step-by-step guidelines are featured for writing each segment of five main types of psychological reports from referral to the final, finished print-ready report complete with treatment recommendations. The guide:

Michael Hass, Jeanne Anne Carriere 978-1-118-20565-5 • Paper • 216 pp. • 2014

Writing Useful, Accessible, and Legally Defensible Psychoeducational Reports offers practical guidance for creating reports that enhance the understanding of children and their strengths and challenges in order to better meet their educational and functional needs. Ideal for graduate students in school psychology, school psychologists, and other professionals in related fields who work with children in a school setting.

• Describes six core qualities of an optimal psychological report

• Provides specific suggestions for increasing the usefulness and accessibility of reports including readability, positive phrasing, and vocabulary

• Provides an overview of cognitive, neuropsychological, personality, psychoeducational, and forensic reports

• Illustrates how to develop well-formed questions and how to choose assessment tools to answer referral questions

• Offers guidelines for formatting and completing various sections of a report

• Demonstrates how to accurately document and integrate data from record review, interviews, observations, and tests

• Discusses recommendations for treatment and for tailoring the report to the individual

TABLE OF CONTENTS

• Includes a composition screen with links to resources; sample reports with links to guidelines; a comprehensive menu of treatment recommendations; a search funtion to identify problem phrases; and instructions for navigating the software.

Acknowledgements. 1. Why Is Another Book on Report Writing Needed? 2. What Makes a Report Legally Defensible? 3. How Do I Make a Report More Useful to Consumers? 4. Step-by-Step, How Do I Write Useful and Legally Defensible Reports? 5. How Do I Solve Practical Problems along the Way to Question-Driven Report Writing.

Psychological Testing: a Practical Introduction, Third edition

THIRD EDITION

Thomas P. Hogan, University of Scranton

PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING

978-1-118-55412-8 • Paper • 696 pp. • 2014

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Psychological Testing, Third Edition emphasizes active learning strategies to provide a practical introduction to the field of testing in psychology and allied disciplines. A rigorous yet accessible text, Psychological Testing is uniquely written as a learning device as opposed to a reference work, encouraging readers to apply the material they are learning to real-life, contemporary situations.

Ag ge/Ex ge /Exp perie ien e ce en e

THOMAS P. HOGAN

Expanded treatment of test fairness/test bias

Coordinates with the new Standards for Educational and Psychological Tests

Includes new versions of widely used tests

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The World of Psychological Testing. 2. Sources of Information about Tests. 3. Test Norms. 4. Reliability. 5. Validity. 6. Test Development and Item Analysis. 7. Intelligence Theories and Issues. 8. Individual Tests of Intelligence. 9. Group Tests of Mental Ability. 10. Neuropsychological Assessment (Brooke Cannon). 11. Achievement Tests. 12. Objective Personality Tests. 13. Clinical Instruments and Methods. 14. Projective Techniques. 15. Interests and Attitudes. 16. Ethical and Legal Issues.

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essentials of WJ® IV Tests of achievement assessment

essentials of Planning, selecting, and Tailoring Interventions for Unique learners

nancy Mather, Barbara J. Wendling

Jennifer T. Mascolo, vincent C. Alfonso, Dawn P. Flanagan,

978-1-118-79915-4 • Paper • 432 pp. • 2015

978-1-118-36821-3 • Paper w/CD-ROM • 432 pp. • 2014

essentials of Processing assessment, second edition

essentials of Working Memory assessment and Intervention Milton J. Dehn, nadeen L. Kaufman

Milton J. Dehn

978-1-118-63813-2 • Paper • 384 pp. • 2015

978-1-118-36820-6 • Paper w/CD-ROM • 400 pp. • 2014

essentials of WPPsI-IV assessment Susan Engi Raiford, Diane L. Coalson 978-1-118-38062-8 • Paper • 352 pp. • 2014

essentials of Cas2 assessment essentials of Cas2 assessment

Jack A. naglieri 978-1-118-58927-4 • Paper • 416 pp. • 2015

Jack A. naglieri

essentials of Cross-battery assessment, Third edition

essentials of WaIs-IV assessment, second edition

Dawn P. Flanagan, Samuel o. ortiz, vincent C. Alfonso

Elizabeth o. Lichtenberger, Alan S. Kaufman, 978-1-118-27188-9 • Paper • 478 pp. • 2013

978-0-470-62195-0 • Paper w/CD-ROM • 448 pp. • 2013

essentials of aDhD assessment for Children and adolescents Elizabeth P. Sparrow, Drew Erhardt 978-1-118-11270-0 • Paper • 400 pp. • 2014

Essentials of

Dyslexia Assessment and Intervention

essentials of Dyslexia assessment and Intervention nancy Mather, Barbara J. Wendling 978-0-470-92760-1 • Paper • 395 pp. • 2012

A practical guide to understanding, assessing, and helping individuals who have dyslexia Expert advice and tips throughout Conveniently formatted for rapid reference

Nancy Mather Barbara J. Wendling Alan S. Kaufman & Nadeen L. Kaufman, Series Editors

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Handbook of Child Psychology and Developmental Science, 7th Edition Richard M. Lerner, Tufts University, Editor in Chief First published in 1931 as A Handbook of Child Psychology edited by Carl Murchison, the Handbook of Child Psychology and Developmental Science is viewed as the fielddefining work to which all others are compared. Completely re-conceptualized to reflect significant advances in the field including reconceptions of theory, cultural concerns, and applications in each succinct chapter, this seminal work provides a quick education in the subfield for the reader and is a must read for educators, policy-makers, researchers, and practitioners in human development, psychology, sociology, anthropology, and neuroscience.

978-1-118-13685-0 | Hardcover Available March 2015

Richard M. Lerner, PhD is Bergstrom Chair in Applied Developmental Science at the Eliot-Pearson Department at Tufts University. He is the author of many publications, including Pathways to Positive Development about Diverse Youth and New Directions for Youth Development: Theory, Practice, and Research (Jossey-Bass).

Published both in cloth and as ebooks for classroom use Volume 3: Socioemotional Processes, edited by Michael Volume 1: Relational, Developmental Systems Theories and Methods, edited by Willis F. Overton, Temple E. Lamb, The University of Cambridge. Isbn University, and Peter C. M. Molenaar, The Pennsylvania 978118136799 State University. Isbn 9781118136775 Volume 2: Cognitive Processes within the Relational, Developmental System edited by Lynn S. Liben, The Pennsylvania State University, and Ulrich M端ller, University of Victoria. Isbn 9781118136782

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ClI n I C a l P s yCh o lo Gy

Positive Psychology in Practice, second edition

Positive Psychology in Practice

Stephen Joseph, University of Essex, UK 978-1-118-75693-5 • Cloth w/CD-ROM 794 pp. • 2015

Second Edition

H A N D B O O K O F

Clinical Psychopharmacology for Psychologists

handbook of Clinical Psychopharmacology for Psychologists Mark Muse, EdD, American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) Diplomate, and licensed Louisiana prescribing medical psychologist Bret A. Moore, PsyD, ABPP, and licensed new Mexico conditional prescribing psychologist

The Second Edition explores the challenges and opportunities within the positive psychology field via latest research, pracSTEPHEn JoSEPH tice findings, past application and future application. Since positive psychology is now an accepted idea, this Second Edition focuses on the empirical basis and how the mechanisms of change operate.

topics including:

Featuring contributions from international experts, this cutting-edge handbook:

• Ethics, standards of care, laws, and regulations relevant to clinical psychopharmacology

• Presents state-of-the-art scientific research on the application of positive psychology in practice

• Disorders of the nervous system, with particular relevance to psychopharmacology

• Has a unique focus that draws on diverse areas within applied and professional psychology—from clinical and forensic to educational and industrial/organizational

• Use of comprehensive diagnostic strategies to establish differential diagnoses among possible medical and psychological symptoms

• Describes the history of positive psychology, its fundamental assumptions, and the meaning of “a good life”

This essential book also provides an introduction to the qualifying exam for psychologists seeking specialty training in psychopharmacology, the Psychopharmacology Exam for Psychologists (PEP); practice tests are available on the companion CD-ROM.

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Edited by

Mark Muse Bret A. Moore

978-0-470-90757-3 • Cloth • 499 pp. • 2014 CD-ROM includes a practice test based on the APA PEP exam

Edited by medical psychologists with contributions by notable experts in their respective specialties, this book covers key

• Integration of pharmacotherapy with psychotherapy

I. The Applied Positive Psychological Perspective. II. Historical and Philosophical Foundations. III. Values and Choices in Pursuit of the Good Life. IV. Lifestyle Practices for Health and Well-Being. V. Teaching and Learning: Methods and Processes. VI. Positive Psychology at Work. VII. Health, Clinical, Counseling, and Psychotherapy: A Positive Psychological Perspective. VIII. Practice in the Consulting Room. X. Positive Development Across the Lifespan. XI. Building Community, Public Policy and Good Governance. XII. Signposts and New Directions for the Practice of Positive Psychology.

Introduction to Clinical Psychology: an evidence-based approach, second edition John Hunsley, Catherine M. Lee, both of University of ottawa 978-1-118-36001-9 • Paper • 592 pp. • 2014

Introduction to

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CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

Hunsley’s Introduction to Clinical Psychology: An Evidence-Based Approach, 2nd Edition provides educators and clinical psychologists with an up-to-date resource that focuses on the scientific method and those clinical practices that are supported by research. This text offers important opportunities to contextualize clinical practice. Issues of diversity are examined while demonstrating how practice differs in populations of different ages. TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 Evolution of Clinical Psychology. 2 Contemporary Clinical Psychology. 3 Classification and Diagnosis. 4 Research Methods in Clinical Psychology. 5 Assessment: Overview. 6 Assessment: Interviewing and Observation. 7 Assessment: Intellectual and Cognitive Measures. 8 Assessment: Self-Report and Projective Measures. 9 Assessment: Integration and Clinical Decision-Making. 10 Prevention. 11 Intervention: Overview. 12 Intervention: Adults and Couples. 13 Intervention: Children and Adolescents. 14 Intervention: Identifying Key Elements of Change. 15 Health Psychology: Clinical Neuropsychology, and Forensic Psychology

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Understanding Motivation and emotion

Understanding Motivation and emotion, sixth edition 978-1-118-51779-6 • Paper • 656 pp. • 2015

• Walks psychologists through the study of motivation, exploring all conditions that exist within the person and within the environment and culture that explain “why we want what we want” and “why we do what we do” • The text expands on theoretical ideas further into practical applications, especially in the areas of education, work, therapy, sports, and the home • Each chapter features a chapter box that addresses a specific concern. At the end of each chapter is a list of recommended readings for further study • Psychologists will discover a number of new ideas, including achievement goals, personal strivings, types of extrinsic motivation, implementation intentions, and more TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction. 2. Motivation in Historical Perspective. 3. The Motivated and Emotional Brain. Part I. Needs. 4. Biological Needs. 5. Extrinsic Motivation. 6. Psychological Needs. 7. Implicit Motives. Part II. Cognitions. 8. Goal Setting and Goal Striving. 9. Mindsets. 10. Personal Control Beliefs. 11. The Self and Its Strivings. Part III. Emotions. 12. Nature of Emotion: Six Perennial Questions. 13. Aspects of Emotion. 14. Individual Emotions. Part IV. Applied Concerns. 15. Growth Motivation and Positive Psychology. 16. Unconscious Motivation. 17. Interventions.

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Dacher Keltner, University of California, Keith oatley, Jennifer M. Jenkins, both of University of Toronto

Johnmarshall Reeve, University of iowa

Understanding Motivation and Emotion, 6th Edition helps readers Sixth Edition understand motivation; where it comes from, how and why it changes JoHnMARSHALL REEvE over time, and how motivation can be increased. The book also shows how to apply the principles of motivation in applied settings, such as in schools, in the workplace, on the athletic field, in counseling, and in one’s own personal life.

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Understanding emotions, Third edition

978-1-118-14743-6 • Paper • 520 pp. • 2014

UNDERSTANDING

The Third Edition of Understanding Emotions emphasizes the value of emotions and explores the latest DACHER KELTNER • KEITH OATLEY • JENNIFER M. JENKINS research with practical concerns for clinical problems, education and everyday understanding. Extending across a broad range of disciplines and covering the entire lifespan from infancy to adulthood, the book includes sections on the study of emotion, the different elements of emotion, evidence of how emotions govern and organize social life, and emotion and individual functioning, including psychological disorders and wellbeing. Furthermore, the text offers combined chapters on evolutionary and cultural approaches, studies of new expressions (love, desire) as well as new systems of communication (touch, music), findings on emotion and the central nervous systems, and studies on the role of emotion in moral judgment. THIRD T TH HIIR RD EDITION

TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Perspectives on Emotion. 1. Approaches to Understanding Emotions. 2. Evolution of Emotions. 3. Cultural Understandings of Emotions. II. Elements of Emotion. 4. Communication of Emotions. 5. Bodily Changes and Emotions. 6. Brain Mechanisms and Emotion. 7. Appraisal, Knowledge, Experience. III. Emotions and Social Life. 8. Development of Emotions in Childhood. 9. Emotions in Social Relationships. 10. Emotion and Cognition. IV. Emotions and the Individual. 11. Individual Differences and Personality. 12. Emotion and Mental Health in Childhood. 13. Emotions and Mental Health in Adulthood. 14. Psychotherapy, Consciousness, and Well-being.


Robert W. Weisberg, Temple University, and Lauretta M. Reeves, The University of Texas 978-0-470-22628-5 • Hardcover • 727 pp. • 2013

Unique in its functional approach, this text provides students with a clear, accessible, and well-illustrated presentation of the field, starting with memory and progressing to more complex theories and research in information processing. It presents an overall conceptual structure of cognition, organizing the material around the idea of the use of knowledge in carrying out various cognitive processes. • Presents a pedagogically sensible and unique organization that begins with coverage of memory • Integrates classical and modern research • Includes demonstration experiments for students to conduct with simple materials • Includes chapter quizzes and web links for students TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction to the Study of Cognition. 2. Memory. I: Models of Memory and Memory Systems. 3. Memory II: Encoding and Retrieval. 4. Memory III: Errors of Omission (Forgetting) and Commission (False Memory). 5. Visual Cognition: Pattern Recognition and Spatial Localization. 6. Attention. 7. Imagery. 8. Concepts and Categories. 9. Language I: Sounds, Words, and Meanings. 10. Language II: Sentence Processing. 11. Thinking I: Logical Thinking and Decision Making. 12. Thinking II: Problem Solving. 13. Thinking III: Creative Thinking.

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Cognition, eighth edition Margaret W. Matlin, SUnY Geneseo 978-1-118-14896-9 • Hardcover • 640 pp. • 2013

Matlin’s Cognition demonstrates how cognitive processes are relevant to everyday, real-world experiences, and frequently examines how cognition can be applied to other disciplines such as 0DUJDUHW:0DWOLQ clinical psychology, social psychology, consumer psychology, education, communication, business, medicine, and law. • Continues to relate cognitive topics to applications in everyday life • Updated with research and additional anecdotes • Includes more research on neuroscience TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. An Introduction to Cognitive Psychology. 2. Perceptual Processes I: Visual and Auditory Recognition. 3. Perceptual Processes II: Attention and Consciousness. 4. Working Memory. 5. Long-Term Memory. 6. Memory Strategies and Metacognition. 7. Mental Imagery and Cognitive Maps. 8. General Knowledge. 9. Language I: Introduction to Language and Language Comprehension. 10. Language II: Language Production and Bilingualism. 11. Problem Solving and Creativity. 12. Deductive Reasoning and Decision Making. 13. Cognitive Development Throughout the Lifespan.

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learning the language of addiction Counseling, fourth edition

ethics for addiction Professionals Jennifer D. Berton, Berton Trainings, Worcester, MA

Geri Miller, Appalachian State University 978-1-118-72177-3 • Paper • 528 pp. • 2014 Learning the Language of

A D D I C T ION COUNSELING

Drawing from her years of experience working in the addiction-counseling field, Geri Miller provides an engagGERI MILLER ing, balanced overview of the major theoretical underpinnings and clinical practices in the field. From assessment and diagnosis of addiction to preparing for certification and licensure as an addiction professional, this comprehensive book covers all of the essentials. Four th Edition

Fully updated, the Fourth Edition offers a positive, practice-oriented counseling framework and features: • A research-based, clinical application approach to addiction counseling that practitioners can turn to for fundamental, practical, clinical guidelines • Important changes in research and practice including new DSM-5 criteria, new assessment instruments, and new and expanded treatments (medications, behavioral therapies, mutual-help groups, emerging technologies) • Reader-friendly features including case studies, interactive exercises, end-of-chapter questions, and other resources that facilitate the integration of knowledge into practice • Updated and expanded online Instructor’s Manual includes PowerPoint® slides and test bank questions for each chapter; case study exercises; and sample syllabi and brief Personal Reflections video clips illustrating the author’s evolving view of addiction counseling. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2. Theories of Counseling Applied to Addiction Treatment. 3. Assessment and Diagnosis of Addition. 4. Co-occuring Disorders and Behavioral Addictions. 5. The Core Treatment Process for Addictions. 6. TreatmentRelated Issues and Counseling Approaches. 7. Relapse Prevention. 8. Self-Help Groups. 9. Elaboration on Specific Therapies and Techniques Relevant to Addiction Counseling. 10. Culturally Sensitive Addiction Counseling. 11. Chronic Pain Assessment and Treatment. 12. Incorporating Spirituality into Addiction Counseling. 13. Personal and Professional Development of the Counselor. 14. Obtaining Addiction Professional Credentials.

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Instructor supplement

978-0-470-90719-1 • Paper • 288 pp. • 2014

Providing up-to-date and comprehensive information, this practical guide uses clinical case examples and professional codes of ethics to help addiction counselors learn and apply ethical standards. Real-life examples of ethical dilemmas in clinical practice illustrate potential pitfalls and the actions needed when faced with a dilemma. The author explores the gray area of each dilemma and provides guidelines on how to determine the best course of action when the best course is unclear. This book emphasizes ethics as a set of guidelines aimed at protecting the client, the clinician, and the profession as a whole.

“This book addresses the key ethical issues by providing clear statements of principles as seen through the lens of clinical practice. It is organized around protecting the client, client information, the community, and uniquely, the counselor. What a concept: protecting even the counselor.” —David J. Powell, PhD, Assistant Clinical Professor, Yale University, School of Medicine TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction. Part I: Protecting the Client. 2. Key: Recognize Your Strengths and Limitations. 3. Principle: Client Welfare. 4. Principle: Cultural Diversity. 5. Principle: The Counseling Relationship. 6. Pitfall: Conflicted Agendas. Part II: Protecting the Clinical Information. 7. Key: Respect the Tiers of Ethics. 8. Principle: Proper Use of Written Clinical Material. 9. Principle: Proper Use of Spoken Clinical Material. 10. Pitfall: Confused Roles. Part III: Ethics that Protect the Counselor. 11. Key: Seek Continuous Learning. 12. Principle: Responsibility. 13. Principle: Competency. 14. Pitfall: Clinician Burnout. Part IV: Ethics that Protect the Community. 15. Key: Make the Rule. 16. Principle: Workplace Standards. 17. Principle: Professional Rapport. 18. Principle: Societal Obligations. 19. Pitfall: Cutting Corners. Conclusion. Ethics Exam.


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The addiction Treatment Planner, fifth edition

Integrated Treatment for Co-occurring Disorders: Treating People, not behaviors

Robert R. Perkinson, Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., and Timothy J. Bruce

Jack Klott, Touchstone / innovaré Mental Health Services, Grand Rapids, Mi

978-1-118-41475-0 • Paper • 448 pp. • 2014

The Addiction Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition provides all the elements necessary to quickly and easily develop formal treatment plans that satisfy the demands of HMOs, managed care companies, third-party payors, and state and federal agencies. New edition features: • Empirically supported, evidence-based treatment interventions

978-1-118-20566-2 • Paper • 214 pp. • 2013

Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders is the definitive guide to identifying, assessing, and creating individualized treatment plans for high-risk clients who suffer from challenging co-occurring disorders. Respectful of the client and filled with practical advice, this book:

• 43 behaviorally based problems, including substance use, eating disorders, schizoid traits, and others

• Details the methods of formulating an evidence-based individualized treatment plan for the self-medicating mentally ill

• Over 1,000 prewritten treatment goals, objectives, and interventions— plus space to record your own treatment plan options

• Explores how to assess this population for suicide risk and vulnerability

• Easy-to-use reference format helps locate treatment plan components by behavioral problem • A sample treatment plan that conforms to the requirements of most third-party payors and accrediting agencies including CARF, The Joint Commission (TJC), COA, and the NCQA.

• Illustrates how Motivational Enhancement Therapy can be an effective treatment strategy With numerous clinical case studies to illustrate key points and reinforce learning, Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders encourages a flexible, person-centered treatment approach that focuses on the individual rather than the diagnosis. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction: An Examination of the Guiding Principles for Treating CoOccurring Disorders. 2. Definition for Co-Occurring Disorders: All Behaviors Are Purposeful. 3. The Core Task of Therapy. 4. The Therapy Alliance: Nobody Changes Without Motivation. 5. Case Conceptualization for Co-Occurring Disorders: Getting to Know the Person. 6. Suicide Risk Assessment for Co-Occurring Disorders. 7. Putting It All Together—Integrated Treatment. Appendix A: CoOccurring Disorders as Factors Associated With Aggressive Behavior. Appendix B: Co-Occurring Disorders as Factors Associated With Suicidal Behavior.

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Counseling and Psychotherapy with Children and adolescents: Theory and Practice for school and Clinical settings Fifth Edition

Counseling and Psychotherapy with Children and adolescents: Theory and Practice for school and Clinical settings, fifth edition H. Thompson Prout, University of Kentucky

Counseling and Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents, Fifth Edition offers mental health professionals and students coverage of the latest thinking and practice using the major approaches to counseling and psychotherapeutic interventions. This expert resource: • Covers Psychodynamic, Adlerian, Person-Centered, Cognitive Behavioral, Rational-Emotive, Reality Therapy, Solution Focused, Family Systems, and Play Therapy • Also covers ethical and legal implications of working with children and adolescents, culturally responsive counseling with younger clients, and interventions for children and adolescents with disabilities and health care needs • Each theory chapter discusses the history of the theory and its current status, an overview of the theory, how to apply the theory to children, how to apply the theory to adolescents, using the theory in groups of children or adolescents, applications to parents, and the efficacy of the theory • Each chapter also includes a case study, annotated bibliography, and discussion questions, and these pedagogical tools make it particularly suited for classroom use TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Counseling and Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents. 2. Ethical and Legal Issues in Psychological Interventions with Children and Adolescents. 3. Culturally responsive Interpersonal Psychotherapy with children and adolescents. 4. Play Therapy. 5. Cognitive-Behavioral and Behavioral Approaches. 6. Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy. 7. Reality Therapy Approaches. 8. SolutionFocused Approaches. 9. Systemic Approaches. 10. Children and Adolescents with Disabilities

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for

Children and Adolescents

Candice A. Alfano, University of Houston, Deborah C. Beidel, University of South Florida 978-1-118-48756-3 • Cloth • 432 pp. • 2014

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978-1-118-77268-3 • Cloth • 528 pp. • 2015

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Comprehensive Evidence-Based Interventions

Comprehensive evidence-based Interventions for Children and adolescents

Candice A. Alfano Deborah C. Beidel

Provides clinicians, researchers, and students in clinical psychology and allied disciplines the theoretical, conceptual, and practical skills necessary to evaluate and deliver evidence-based psychosocial treatments for school-aged children and adolescents with a range of clinical problems and disorders • Provides one resource for learning current well-established practices for treating childhood problems as well as the evaluation criteria used to determine their efficacy • Comprehensive empirically-based chapters provide broad empirical coverage and rich clinical examples • Topics and controversies inadequately covered by other texts highlighted, including coverage of the fundamental role of development in both treatment planning and implementation • Covers previously-ignored emerging topics for professionals including new methods of service delivery into community and school settings (e.g. online telehealth programs, computer-assisted interventions) and controversial/potentially harmful child therapies • Provides complete presentation and testing support for instructors on the book companion site. • Takes a broad focus on evidence-based interventions for problematic childhood behaviors as well as specific disorders • Chapter authors are world-renown interventions scientists and experts TABLE OF CONTENTS Section I: Treatment Considerations and Contextual Issues. 1. Development Considerations in Assessment and Treatment. 2. Ethical Considerations in Mental Health Treatment and Interventions with School-Age Children and Adolescents. 3. Controversial Therapies for Children. 4. Evidence-Based Treatments for Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Problems in Ethnic Minority Children and Adolescents. 5. New Methods of Service Delivery for Children’s Mental Health Care. 6 Dissemination and Implementation of Evidence-Based Treatments for Children and Adolescents. Section II: Disorder-Focused Interventions. 7. Anxiety Disorders in Children. 8. Anxiety Disorders in Adolescents. 9. Depressive Disorders in Children. 10. Depressive Disorders in Adolescents. 11. Bipolar Disorders. 12. Evidence-Based Treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adolescents. 13. Treatment of Conduct Problems and Disruptive Behavior Disorders. 14. Autism Spectrum Disorders. 15. Evidence-Based Interventions for Eating Disorders. 16. Elimination Disorders Section III: Other Interventions for Children. 17. Treatment of Insomnia and Nighttime Fears. 18. Problematic School Absenteeism. 19. Trauma-Related Problems and Disorders. 20. Bullied Children. 21. Adherence to Medical Regimens. 22. Overweight and Obesity. 23. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Trichotillomania.


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Case studies in Multicultural Counseling and Therapy Derald Wing Sue, Teachers College, Columbia University, Miguel E. Gallardo, Pepperdine University, and Helen A. neville, University of illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Editors

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Derald Wing Sue • David Sue

Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice, sixth edition Derald Wing Sue, Teachers College, Columbia University, and David Sue, Western Washington State University 978-1-118-02202-3 • Hardcover • 624 pp. • 2013

978-1-118-48755-6 • Paper • 384 pp. • 2014

Designed for use in multicultural counseling courses, graduate-level practicum, or as part of a counseling techniques course, this casebook provides students with the opportunity to think critically and learn how to incorporate and apply multicultural skills and competencies in a treatment setting. This book features cases from leading scholars and practitioners in the field and is written from both the perspective of the therapist/counselor and the client/consumer. Aligned with ACA’s CACREP accreditation standards, APA’s Guidelines for Multicultural Competence, and the AMCD Multicultural Counseling Competencies, each case contains focus questions and an analysis of the case by the author. BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction: Moving from Theory to Practice in Multicultural Counseling. Part I: Cases with U.S. Racial/Ethnic Minority Populations. Part II: Case Studies Involving Special Circumstances with Ethnic Populations. Part III: Case Studies with Other Multicultural Populations.

This classic text defines and analyzes the meaning of diversity and multiculturalism, and includes coverage of racial/ethnic minority groups as well as multiracial individuals, women, gays and lesbians, the elderly, and those with disabilities. Completely updated to reflect changes in the field and filled with numerous examples, authentic vignettes, and practical case studies, the Sixth Edition features new chapters on: • Multicultural counseling competence for minority mental health professionals • Multicultural evidence-based practice • Culturally competent assessment • Poverty and counseling BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Section I: The Multiple Dimensions of Multicultural Counseling and Therapy. I. The Affective and Conceptual Dimensions of Multicultural Counseling/Therapy. II. The Political Dimensions of Mental Health Practice. III. The Practice Dimensions of Multicultural Counseling/Therapy. IV. The Racial/Cultural Identity Development in Multicultural Counseling and Therapy. Section II: Multicultural Counseling and Specific Populations. V. Understanding Specific Populations. VI. Counseling and Therapy with Racial/Ethnic Minority Group Populations. VII. Counseling and Special Circumstances Involving Racial/Ethnic Populations. VIII. Counseling and Therapy with Other Multicultural Populations.

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Person-Centered recovery Planner for adults with serious Mental Illness

spirituality in Counseling and Psychotherapy: an Integrative approach that empowers Clients

Catherine n. Dulmus, SUnY, Bruce C. nisbet, Spectrum Human Services, Buffalo, nY

Rick Johnson, Portland State University

978-1-118-46435-9 • Paper w/CD-ROM 192 pp. • 2013

Recent national and international mental health policy is promoting service delivery models that incorporate person-centered and recoveryoriented approaches in which individuals are in the lead role, defining their own goals for their individualized recovery plans. Person-Centered Recovery Planner for Adults with Serious Mental Illness provides mental health practitioners with a useful resource to implement person-centered planning within a recovery framework when working with individuals with a serious mental illness. Sample recovery plans are included covering the individual’s status, personal priorities, short-term objectives and recovery steps, and are organized around common recovery goals. A companion CD-ROM provides all the plans found in the book in an easily customizable, wordprocessing format. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Introduction. 1. Person-Centered Practice and Recovery Principles. 2. Person-Centered Assessment and Individual Service Planning for Recovery. Part II: Recovery Goals. 3. Mental Health and Co-Occurring Substance Abuse Supports. 4. Housing. 5. Education. 6. Legal. 7. Employment. 8. Financial Stability. 9. Self-Advocacy. 10. Family Relationships. 11. Health and Wellness. 12. Community Involvement. 13. Stress Management. 14. Relapse Prevention. 15. Personal Crisis Planning. 16. Transportation. 17. Social Relationships. 18. Meaningful Activities.

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Instructor supplement

978-1-118-14521-0 • Paper • 288 pp. • 2013

Drawing on the author’s research into spiritual issues as well as predictors of clients’ psychological health, this reflective text presents an integrative approach to discussing the topic of spirituality. An essential resource for mental health professionals of all spiritual and religious persuasions, Spirituality in Counseling and Psychotherapy discusses: Client-defined spirituality • Integrating spirituality with psychological theories • Why clients become spiritually lost • Practical steps for spiritual health and abundance in therapy • Helping clients reclaim their real self • How spiritually oriented therapy helps • Guidance for therapists in differentiating their spirituality from their clients’ to foster a more successful therapeutic relationship TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Spiritual Competencies and Premises. 2. Client-Defined Spirituality. 3. Integrating Spirituality with Psychological Theories. 4. Getting Lost: Psychological and Spiritual Perspectives. 5. Spiritual Health and Abundance: Practical Steps. 6. Integrating the Shadow. 7. Self and No-Self. 8. How Spiritually Oriented Therapy Helps. 9. Spiritual-Differentiation.


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bergin and Garfield’s handbook of Psychotherapy and behavior Change, sixth edition

Career Development and Counseling: Putting Theory and research to Work, second edition Steven D. Brown, Loyola University, Chicago, Robert W. Lent, University of Maryland, Editors

Michael J. Lambert, Brigham Young University, Editor 978-1-118-03820-8 • Hardcover • 851 pp. • 2013

978-1-118-06335-4 • Hardcover • 708 pp. • 2013

Keeping pace with the rapid changes that are taking place in the field, Bergin and Garfield’s Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change, Sixth Edition endures as the most important overview of research findings in psychotherapy for students. This bestselling text presents authoritative thinking on the pressing questions, issues, and controversies in psychotherapy research and practice today. Thorough and comprehensive, the new edition examines: • New findings made possible by neuro-imaging and gene research

Career Development and Counseling, Second Edition focuses on scientifically based career theories and practices, including those derived from research in other disciplines. Driven by the latest empirical and practical evidence, this text offers the most in-depth, far-reaching, and comprehensive career development and counseling resource available. The Second Edition includes:

• Q ualitative research designs and methods for understanding emotional problems

• A new introductory chapter that defines the purview of career development, discusses the importance of career counseling in the 21st century, and offers a brief history of the field

• R esearch in naturalistic settings that capitalizes on the curiosity of providers of services

• N ew chapters on gender, race/ethnicity, social class and poverty, sexual minority identity, disability status, personality, and relational factors

• P ractice-relevant findings, as well as methodological issues that will help direct future research

• Major theories of career development

BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Historical, Methodological, and Conceptual Foundations. II. Evaluating the Ingredients of Therapeutic Efficacy. III. Major Approaches. IV. Research on Applications in Special Groups and Settings.

• C overage of the assessment of important career constructs and occupational information systems • Interventions for working with career issues across the life span BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Section I: Major Theories of Career Development, Choice, and Adjustment. Section II: The Role of Diversity, Individual Differences, and Social Factors in Career Development, Choice, and Adjustment. Section III: Assessment and Occupational Information. Section IV: Counseling, Developmental, and Preventive Interventions.

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Clinical Interviewing skills DVD

Clinical Interviewing, fifth edition

John Sommers-Flanagan and Rita Sommers-Flanagan, both of University of Montana,

John Sommers-Flanagan and Rita Sommers-Flanagan, both of University of Montana

978-1-118-39012-2 • DVD • 2012

Ideal for use with any interviewing or counseling skills text, Clinical Interviewing Skills DVD provides students with realistic video demonstrations of basic skills and complex interviewing situations using real counselors and clients. interviewing skills and techniques:

This DVD covers the following

• A ttending Behaviors (eye contact, body posture, voice tone, verbal tracking) • N ondirective Listening Responses (silence, clarifications, paraphrasing, reflection of feeling, summarization) • Directive Listening Responses (feeling validation, interpretive reflection of feeling, interpretation, reframe, confrontation) • Directives and Action Responses (psychoeducation, suggestion, agreement-disagreement, approval-disapproval, self-disclosure, urging, advice) • Questions and Therapeutic Questions (closed, indirect, open, swing, projective, therapeutic) • Intake Interview • Mental Status Examination • Suicide Assessment Interview.

John Sommers-Flanagan, Rita Sommers-Flanagan, both of University of Montana 978-1-118-40253-5 • 2-DVD set • 2012

Ideal for supplemental use with Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice, Second Edition, this twoDVD set provides students with realistic video demonstrations of the major theoretical orientations using real counselors and clients. Each segment offers an introduction of the theory and the client, demonstration of the theory in action; and a summary of the counseling session. Theories covered include:

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• Psychoanalytic

• Behavioral

• Adlerian

• Cognitive-Behavioral

• Existential

• Reality Therapy

• Person-Centered

• Feminist

• Gestalt

• Solution Focused

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Clinical Interviewing Fifth Edition presents proven strategies for conducting effective interviews through elementary listening skills onward to more advanced clinical assessment processes. The Fifth Edition has been updated with the latest content from the DSM-5™, including: • Defining psychological and emotional disorders • History and evolution of the DSM, defining mental disorders, specific diagnostic criteria, diagnostic assessment, diagnostic interviewing, and using diagnostic checklists • Violence assessment An accompanying DVD demonstrates effective clinical interviewing using real-life scenarios of counselors and clients. This new edition features: • New discussion on multicultural orientation and multicultural competency • Non-face-to-face assessment and interviewing via email, telephone, texting, videoconferencing/Skype, instant messaging, and online chatting TABLE OF CONTENTS

Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice DVD

• Family Systems

978-1-118-27004-2 • Paper w/DVD • 624 pp.• 2014

Part 1: Becoming a Mental Health Professional. 1. Introduction: Philosophy and Organization. 2. Foundations and Preparations. Part 2: Listening and Relationship Development. 3. Basic Attending, Listening, and Action Skills. 4. Directives: Questions and Action Skills. 5. Evidence-Based Relationships. Part 3: Structuring and Assessment. 6. An Overview of the Interview Process. 7. Intake Interviewing and Report Writing. 8. The Mental Status Examination. 9. Suicide Assessment. 10. Diagnosis and Treatment Planning. Part 4: Interviewing in Special Populations. 11. Interviewing in a Diverse and Multicultural World. 12. Challenging Clients and Demanding Situations. 13. Interviewing and Working with Young Clients. 14. Principles and Tips for Interviewing Couples and Families. 15. Interviewing in Online and Other Non-Face-to-Face Environments. Appendix: Extended Mental Status Examination—Interview Protocol.


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Second Edition

Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice: skills, strategies, and Techniques, second edition

IN CONTEXT

John Sommers-Flanagan and Rita Sommers-Flanagan, both of the University of Montana

COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY THEORIES AND

PRACTICE

Skills, Strategies, and Techniques

978-0-470-61793-9 • Hardcover • 592 pp. • 2012

JOHN SOMMERS -FLANAGAN RITA SOMMERS -FLANAGAN

This bestselling text provides an indepth understanding of the origins, development, and key figures of each major theory and strongly emphasizes the application of these theories in real-world practice. Includes useful learning aids, instructions for ongoing assessment, and valuable case studies—all designed to facilitate comprehension and lead to effective, ethical practice.

SIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTION BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIAL S E C O N AND D SPIRITUAL E D I T IMODELS ON CHODYNAMIC MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CR STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING EHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTA CTORS EXISTENTIAL AND SPIRITUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMIC MODELS SOCIA ULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITION DY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING BODY AND EMOTION BEHAVIOR ND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIAL AND SPIRITUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMI MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESSOR ND TRANSITIONS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS BODY AN TION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS BEHAVI ND LEARNING MODELS BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIAL AN TUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMIC MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONME ACTORS CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIV UNCTIONING COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODEL TENTIAL AND SPIRITUAL MODELS CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS COGNI TIONING BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS PSYCHODYNAMIC MODELS SO ULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITION BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING DELS EXISTENTIAL AND SPIRITUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMIC MODELS COGNIT CTIONING SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESS ND TRANSITIONS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING BEHAVIORA AND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIAL AND SPIRITUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMI DELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESSORS, A RANSITIONS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING BEHAVIORAL AN RNING MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS EXISTENT AND SPIRITUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMIC MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND IRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS BODY AND EMOT COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIA AND SPIRITUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMIC MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND VIRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS SOCIAL, CULTUR ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING C RESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS BEHAVIORA ND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIAL AND SPIRITUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMI MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESSOR AND TRANSITIONS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING COGNITIV NCTIONING BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIAL AND SPIRITU DELS CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING BODY A TION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS BEHAVI AND EMOTION BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIAL AND SPIRI ELS PSYCHODYNAMIC MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FAC SIS STRESSORS AND TRANSITIONS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTION

Clinical Case Formulations Matching the Integrative Treatment Plan to the Client

Clinical Case formulations: Matching the Integrative Treatment Plan to the Client, second edition Barbara Lichner ingram, Pepperdine University 978-1-118-03822-2 • Paper • 505 pp. • 2012

This unique guide provides a systematic method to integrate ideas, skills, and techniques from different theoretical approaches, empirical research, and clinical experience to create a case formulation that is tailormade for the client. The Second Edition includes three new hypotheses (Emotional Focus, Trauma, and Metacognitive Perspective); more detail on acceptance and commitment therapy and dialectical behavior therapy; and discussion of cultural diversity. Barbara Lichner Ingram

The Second Edition has been thoroughly updated and includes: • Information on the evidence base for each theory

TABLE OF CONTENTS

• A new Treatment Planning section in each chapter

Part I. Case Formulation Skills. 1. A Framework for Clinical Case Formulations. 2. Gathering Data. 3. Defining Problems. 4. Setting Outcome Goals. 5. Organizing and Presenting the Database. 6. Creating the Formulation. 7. Writing the Treatment Plan. Part II. Thirty Core Clinical Hypotheses. 8. Crisis, Stressful Situations, Transitions, and Trauma. 9. Body and Emotions. 10. Cognitive Models. 11. Behavioral And Learning Models. 12. Existential And Spiritual Models.13. Psychodynamic Models. 14. Social, Cultural, and Environmental Factors. 15. Practice, Practice, Practice.

• T wo new chapters on Contemporary Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies in Practice and Family Systems Theory and Therapy TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Psychotherapy and Counseling Essentials: An Introduction. 2. Psychoanalytic Approaches. 3. Individual Psychology and Adlerian Therapy. 4. Existential Theory and Therapy. 5. Person-Centered Theory and Therapy. 6. Gestalt Theory and Therapy. 7. Behavioral Theory and Therapy. 8. Cognitive-Behavioral Theory and Therapy. 9. Choice Theory and Reality Therapy. 10. Feminist Theory and Therapy. 11. Constructive Theory and Therapy. 12. Family Systems Theory and Therapy. 13. Developing Your Multicultural Orientation and Skills. 14. Integrative and Evidence-Based New Generation Therapies.

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Co U n se l I n G : P s yC h oT h e r a P y

Second Edition

COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY THEORIES IN CONTEXT S T U D Y

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Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice: skills, strategies, and Techniques, second edition, study Guide John Sommers-Flanagan and Rita Sommers-Flanagan, both of the University of Montana 978-0-470-90437-4 • 394 pp. • Paper • 2012

A student companion to Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice, Second Edition, the Study Guide features chapter summaries, questions for reflection, and other helpful tools to reinforce concepts covered in the text. JOHN SOMMERS -FLANAGAN RITA SOMMERS -FLANAGAN

CRITICAL THINKING IN CLINICAL PRACTICE Improving the Quality of Judgments and Decisions

Critical Thinking in Clinical Practice: Improving the Quality of Judgments and Decisions, Third edition Eileen Gambrill, University of California 978-0-470-90438-1 • Paper • 656 pp. • 2012

Third Edition

A clearly written and well-researched text that emphasizes the relationEileen Gambrill ship among critical thinking, clinical decision making, and evidence-based practice, the Third Edition includes expanded coverage of the use of critical thinking skills to detect propaganda in the helping professions, recent research on error as it relates to all phases of clinical decision making, and guidelines for maintaining critical thinking skills. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Lay of the Land. 1. The Need for Critical Thinking in Clinical Practice. 2. Sources of Influence on Clinical Decisions. 3. Reasons and Reasoning: The Heart of Making Decisions. 4. Different Views of Knowledge and How to Get It: Exploring Your Personal Epistemology. Part II: Common Sources of Error. 5. The Influence of Language and Persuasion Strategies. 6. Formal and Informal Fallacies: Mistakes in Thinking and How to Avoid Them. 7. Classification, Authority, and Focusing on Pathology. Part III: Decision Aids. 8. Content and Procedural Knowledge. 9. Taking Advantage of Research on Judgment, Problem Solving, and Decision Making. 10. Evidence-Based Practice: A Philosophy and Process for Making Informed Decisions. 11. Posing Questions and Searching for Answers. 12. Critical Appraisal of Practice- and Policy-Related Research: The Need for Skepticism. Part IV: Applying Critical Thinking Skills to Clinical Decisions. 13. Making Decisions About Data Collection. 14. Discovering Causes of Clients’ Problems: Common Biases. 15. Making Predictions: Improving the Odds. 16. Enhancing the Quality of Case Conferences, Team Meetings, and Organizational Culture. Part V: The Future. 17. Overcoming Personal Obstacles to Critical Thinking. 18. Maintaining Critical Thinking Skills.

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Co U n s e l I n G : W o r K I n G W I T h fa M I l I e s

future families: Diverse forms, rich Possibilities Ross D. Parke, University of California 978-0-470-67449-9 • Paper • 320 pp. • 2014

Future Families explores the variety Future Families of family forms that characterize our contemporary culture while addressDIVERSE FORMS, RICH POSSIBILITIES ing the implications of these increasingly diverse family units on child ROSS D. PARKE development. Noted psychologist Ross Parke traces the shifts in parental roles resulting from increased divorce rates, single parent families, cohabiting couples, same-gender parental relationships, and other non-traditional family types. This revealing text offers recommendations as to how social policies can be modified to better reflect the new diversity of family forms and suggests ways to provide support for all families to improve the lives of adults and children. Timely and enlightening, Future Families reveals rich insights into ways contemporary society has redrawn the boundaries of family. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Challenges to the Ideal Family Form. 2. Changing Parental Roles: The Sharing and Redistribution of Family Responsibility in Contemporary Families. 3. Further Assaults on the “Ideal” Family Form: Divorce, Re-Marriage, Single Parenthood, and Cohabitation. 4. Same-Gender Families: Are Two Mothers or Fathers Good Enough? 5. How Many “Parents” Are Too Many? Insights from the Assisted Reproductive Technologies. 6. Many Mothers, Many Fathers, Many Others: Insights from Other Cultures. 7. All About Relatives and Fictive Relatives: Insights from Diverse Ethnic Groups in Our Own Culture (Past and Present). 8. Multiple Caregivers: Harmful or Helpful for Caregivers Themselves. 9. In Support of Alternative Family Forms: Overcoming the Barriers to Change.

SECOND EDITION

Working with

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MARRIAGES & FAMILIES IN THE 21ST CENTURY A BIOECOLOGICAL APPROACH

Marriages and families in the 21st Century: a bioecological approach Tasha R. Howe, Humboldt State University 978-1-4051-9501-0 • Hardcover • 576 pp.• 2011

TASHA R. HOWE

Marriages and Families in the 21st Century provides an in-depth exploration of a traditional field of study using a new and engaging approach. The text covers key issues in this area—including parenting, divorce, aging families, balancing work and family, family violence, and gender issues—using a bioecological framework that takes into account our status as both biological and social beings. An accessible writing style coupled with student-friendly pedagogical features help readers come to a multi-layered understanding of what makes families tick, while challenging them to reevaluate their own assumptions and experiences. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The Changing American Family. 2. How We Study the Family: Theories and Research Methods. 3. Sex and Gender. 4. Sexualities. 5. Dating and Mate Selection. 6. Love. 7. Marriages and Committed Partnerships. 8. Living Single. 9. Reproduction and Parenting. 10. The Economy of Working Families: Balancing Mental, Physical, and Financial Health in the Twenty-First Century. 11. Families in Crisis: Violence, Abuse, and Neglect. 12. Divorce and Remarriage. 13. Growing Older in Families. 14. The Evolution of Families in the Twenty-First Century.

Working with families: Guidelines and Techniques, second edition John T. Edwards, Durham, nC 978-0-470-89047-9 • Paper • 190 pp. • 2011

Serving as a clinical guide for any type of family work, from one-time contact with families in a medical setting to intensive in-home family work, Working with Families, Second Edition takes a systems-oriented, problem-solving approach to counseling, emphasizing results rather than exploration. • Provides a concise overview of family work, including dos and don’ts, as well as potential pitfalls and how to avoid them

John T. Edwards

• Filled with field-tested guidelines, techniques, clinical suggestions, and client exercises applicable to different types of families in diverse settings • Includes a separate section on working with chemical dependency in families

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Foundation Ideas. 2. Special Situations. 3. Counselor Ideas. 4. Techniques. 5. Multiple Family Groups. 6. Working with Chemical Dependency in Families.

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C o U n s e l I n G : T r e aT M e n T P l a n n e r s

Using the PracticePlanners® in the Classroom Preparing your students for work in a mental health setting is probably one of the most rewarding aspects of teaching. As you plan for next school year, we’d like to introduce you to a valuable resource that many of your colleagues use to help guide students through their initial hands-on client experience in a clinical setting. Faculty are finding these DSM-5 updated publications useful in clinical training courses, clinical practicum, internships, and other fieldwork placements.

The Child Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, fifth edition

The Complete adult Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, fifth edition

Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., L. Mark Peterson, William P. Mcinnis, Timothy J. Bruce

Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., L. Mark Peterson, Timothy J. Bruce 978-1-118-06786-4 • Paper • 384 pp. • 2014

978-1-118-06785-7 • Paper • 400 pp. • 2014

The Child Psychotherapy Progress notes Planner, fifth edition Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., L. Mark Peterson, William P. Mcinnis, David J. Berghuis

The adult Psychotherapy Progress notes Planner, fifth edition Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., David J. Berghuis 978-1-118-06675-1 • Paper • 424 pp. • 2014

978-1-118-06677-5 • Paper • 422 pp.• 2014

The adolescent Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, fifth edition Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., L. Mark Peterson, William P. Mcinnis, Timothy J. Bruce

adult Psychotherapy homework Planner, fifth edition Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr. 978-1-118-07672-9 • Paper • 384 pp. • 2014

978-1-118-06784-0 • Paper • 384 pp. • 2014

The adolescent Psychotherapy Progress notes Planner, fifth edition Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., L. Mark Peterson, William P. Mcinnis, David J. Berghuis 978-1-118-06676-8 • Paper • 440 pp. • 2014

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FIFTH EDITION

ADULT DEVELOPMENT & AGING BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL PERSPECTIVES

adult Development and aging: biopsychosocial Perspectives, fifth edition Susan Krauss Whitbourne, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Stacey B. Whitbourne

Visualizing lifespan Development Daniel Bellack

Visualizing lifespan Development

978-1-118-42519-0 • Paper • 397 pp. • 2014

The Fifth Edition of Adult Development and Aging: Biopsychosocial Perspectives continues to provide Susan Krauss Whitbourne Stacey B. Whitbourne psychologists with a fresh and engaging approach to the field of psychology of adult development and aging. The text’s main themes, explained in Chapter 1, are consistently applied throughout the text with specific examples, including maintaining a focus on identity.

DAniEL BELLACK

978-0-470-28096-6 • Paper • 560 pp. • 2015

Visualizing Lifespan Development will allow students to learn effectively by understanding the world around them and interpreting what they see in a meaningful and accurate way. The content, design, and layout of the title takes advantage of the full capacity in which students process information—visual as well as verbal. The text features five distinguishing features:

• A modular approach to organizing chapter content • Learning objectives

• Helps readers develop a deeper and more conceptual appreciation of the material

• Multicultural perspectives which will be incorporated into each chapter and enhanced with a wide variety of photos and images

• Recent articles and updates to the information on demography, economics, and public policy are presented, and updates have been made to the statistics on demographic, health, and mortality

• Application of content to other fields including education, nursing, social work, and criminal justice

• An “Applied Gerontology” feature shows how each topic can be used in everyday life • Sections on intelligence and personality assessment have been updated to include the most recent revisions of the WAIS, MMPI, and computerized assessment tools

• Reinforcement of learning by intermittently assessing students on content throughout each chapter Bellack/Cirillo is organized chronologically, as the majority of the Lifespan books are organized in this manner.

Psychologists appreciate this mix of examples and discussions that make the material come to life. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Themes and Issues in Adult Development and Aging. 2. Models of Development: Nature and Nurture in Adulthood. 3. The Study of Adult Development and Aging: Research Methods. 4. Physical Changes. 5. Health and Prevention. 6. Basic Cognitive Functions: Information Processing, Attention, and Memory. 7. Language, Problem-Solving, and Intelligence. 8. Personality. 9. Relationships. 10. Work, Retirement, and Leisure Patterns. 11. Mental Health Issues and Treatment. 12. Long-Term Care. 13. Death and Dying. 14. Successful Aging.

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aging and older adulthood, Third edition Joan T. Erber, Florida international University 978-0-470-67341-6 • Paper • 504 pp. • 2013

OLDER ADULTHOOD THIRD EDITION

The Third Edition of this essential text has been updated and expanded with new material that reflects the most recent developments in the field and explores current understanding of a broad range of topics related to aging and older adulthood. Special feature boxes point toward current understanding and research applications, while key points and issues are separately highlighted as a basis for class discussion. This authoritative volume provides the latest insights into, and theoretical interpretation of, our understanding of the human aging process. TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Introduction to Aging and Older Adulthood. 2. Theory and Method in Studying Aging and Older Adulthood. 3. Biological Aging and Health. 4. Sensation, Perception, and Attention. 5. Memory. 6. Intellectual Functioning. 7. Cognition and Problem Solving in the Everyday World. 8. Personality and Coping. 9. Social Interaction and Social Ties. 10. Employment, Retirement, and Living Arrangements. 11. Mental Health, Psychopathology, and Therapy. 12. Coping with Death, Dying, and Bereavement. 13. Looking Ahead: Aging in the Future.

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Social Development SECOND EDITION

social Development, second edition Alison Clarke-Stewart, The University of Chicago, Ross D. Parke, University of California

The Development of Children and Development adolescents: an applied ofChildren andAdolescents Perspective Penny Hauser-Cram, J. Kevin nugent, Kathleen Thies, John F. Travers

978-1-118-42518-3 • Paper • 576 pp. • 2014

978-0-470-40540-6 • Paper • 784 pp. • 2014

Social Development, Second Edition offers students a fresh and unique set of perspectives on social develop"-*40/$-"3,&45&8"35t3044%1"3,& ment. Both students and instructors will find this text to be comprehensive, scholarly, engaging, and include up-to-date treatment of theoretical insights and empirical findings in the field of social development. • Throughout Social Development, authors Alison Clarke-Stewart and Ross D. Parke highlight cultural variations from around the world and within our own society • Emphasizes the biological underpinnings within the field of social development in a separate chapter • Presents discussion of research on the cutting edge of the field to capture the excitement of recent advances in this area TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Theories, Themes, and Tools for Discovery. 1. Introduction: Theories of Social Development. 2. Research Methods: Tools for Discovery. Part II: Early Tasks of Social Development. 3. Biological Foundations: Roots in Neurons and Genes. 4 Attachment: Forming Close Relationships. 5. Emotions: Thoughts About Feelings. 6. Self and Other: Getting to Know Me, Getting to Know You. Part III: Contexts of Social Development. 7 Family: Early and Enduring Influences. 8. Peers: A World of Their Own. 9 Schools, Mentors, Media: Connections with Society. Part IV: Processes and Products of Social Development. 10. Sex and Gender: Vive La DiffÊrence? 11. Morality: Knowing Right, Doing Good. 12. Aggression: Insult and Injury. Part V: Policy and Prospects. 13. Policy: Improving Children’s Lives. 14. Overarching Themes: Integrating Social Development.

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Penny Hauser-Cram • J. Kevin Nugent Kathleen Thies • John Travers

The Development of Children and Adolescents, by Penny Hauser-Cram, J. Kevin Nugent, Kathleen Thies, and John F. Travers, provides an integrated view of child development. Presenting the most pertinent research for each developmental stage and linking this to practical applications in the areas of Parenting, Policy, and Practice, this balanced approach emphasizes the relationship between research and theory and applications. • The rich media program, including WileyPLUS with Real Development promotes active learning and allows for increased understanding and comprehension of the course content • Real Development, authored by Nicole Barnes, Ph.D., Montclair State University and Christine Hatchard, Psy.D., Monmouth University, uses authentic video showcasing real families, along with activities and assessments that put students in the place of a professional, to gain an understanding of key concepts TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Introduction. 1. A Child’s Journey. Part 2: Biological Beginnings 2. Biological Foundations of Child Development. 3. Prenatal Development. 4. Birth and the Newborn. Part 3: Infancy. 5. Physical Development and Health in Infancy and Toddlerhood. 6. Cognitive Development in Infancy. 7. Psychosocial Development in Infancy. Part 4: Early Childhood. 8. Physical Development and Health in Early Childhood. 9. Cognitive Development in Early Childhood. 10. Psychosocial Development in Early Childhood. Part 5: Middle Childhood. 11. Physical Development and Health in Middle Childhood. 12. Cognitive Development in Middle Childhood. 13. Psychosocial Development in Middle Childhood. Part 6: Adolescence. 14. Physical Development and Health in Adolescence. 15. Cognitive Development in Adolescence. 16. Psychosocial Development in Adolescence.


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Understanding Children’s Development, fifth edition Peter K. Smith, University of London, UK, Helen Cowie, University of Surrey, UK, Mark Blades, University of Sheffield, UK

Understanding Children’s Development

978-1-4051-7601-9 • Paper • 830 pp. • 2011

Fifth Edition

This leading child development text Peter K. Smith / Helen Cowie / Mark Blades has been widely acclaimed for its international coverage and its rigorous research-based approach. It begins by introducing the ways in which psychologists study developmental processes before going on to consider all major aspects of development from conception through to adolescence. Includes case studies and ideas for classroom discussion. Thoroughly updated, the Fifth Edition includes: • New chapters on antisocial behavior, and children and the media • Extensive new material on developments in cognitive neuroscience • E xpanded coverage of prosocial behavior, family contexts, and involving children in research TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Theories and Methods. 1. Studying Development. 2. Biological and Cultural Theories of Development. Part II: Prenatal Developand Early Infancy. 3. Prenatal Development and Birth. Part III: The Social World of the Child. 4. Parents and Families. 5. Siblings and the Peer Group. 6. Developing Emotional Intelligence and Social Awareness. 7. Play. 8. Children and Media. 9. Helping Others and Moral Development. 10. Social Dominance, Aggression, and Bullying. Part IV: Children’s Developing Minds. 11. Perception. 12. Language. 13. Cognition: Piaget’s Theory. 14. Cognition: The Information Processing Approach. 15. Children’s Understanding of Mind. 16. Learning in a Social Context. 17. Intelligence and Attainment. 18. Deprivation and Enrichment: Risk and Resilience. Part V: Adolescence. 19. Adolescence.

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDHOOD & ADOLESCENCE A CONTEMPORARY READER EDITED BY

MELANIE KILLEN & ROBERT J. COPLAN

an Introduction to Developmental Psychology, second edition

The only series to be approved by the BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY

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AlAN SlAtEr AND GAviN BrEmNEr

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Developmental psychology

Alan Slater, Exeter University, UK, Gavin Bremner, Lancaster University, UK, Editors 978-1-4051-8652-0 • Paper • 800 pp. • 2010

An Introduction to Developmental Psychology is a representative and auBPS TEXTBOOKS thoritative state-of-the-art account of human development from conception to adolescence. The text is organized chronologically and also thematically and written by renowned experts in the field. This is a truly international account of theories, findings, and issues in human development. SECOND EDitiON

TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Introduction. 1. The Scope and Methods of Developmental Psychology. 2. Theories and Issues in Child Development. 3. The Nature-Nurture Issue (An Illustration Using Behavior-Genetic Research on Cognitive Development). Part II: Infancy. 4. Prenatal Development. 5. Perception, Knowledge, and Action in Infancy. 6. Emotional Development and Attachment Relationships. 7. Social Interaction and the Beginnings of Communication. 8. The Development of Self and Gender. Part III: Childhood. 9. Cognitive Development. 10. The Development of Language. 11. Acquiring a Theory of Mind. 12. Reading and Mathematics in Developmental Psychology. 13. Memory Development and Eyewitness Testimony. 14. Play and the Beginnings of Peer Relationships. 15. Prosocial Tendencies, Antisocial Behavior, and Moral Development in Childhood. Part IV: Adolescence. 16. Cognitive Development in Adolescence. 17. Social Development. Part V: Practical Issues. 18. Educational Implications. 19. Risk and Resilience in Development. 20. Social Problems in Schools. 21. Atypical Development and Risk Factors.

social Development in Childhood and adolescence: a Contemporary reader Melanie Killen, University of Maryland, Robert J. Coplan, Carleton University, Editors 978-1-4051-9757-1 • Paper • 608 pp. • 2011

Integrating the most important writings in social development with tools to help students understand the material, Social Development in Childhood and Adolescence provides a full introduction to the theory and research currently underway in this dynamic field. This essential new student resource provides all that is needed for teaching social development with a broad selection of key topics, an introductory chapter with an overview of the field, key questions, introductory text for each section, and extra materials such as discussion questions and classroom exercises. TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part I: Introduction. 1. Social Development: Concepts, Theory, and Overview. Part II: Foundations and Early Beginnings. 2. Biological and Social-Cognitive Bases of Emotions. 3. Parent–Child Attachment Relationships. 4. Mental States and Theory of Mind. Part III: Self, Relationships, and Social Groups. 5. Children’s Peer Relationships. 6. The Development of Morality. 7. Self Identity and Group Identity. Part IV: Peer Rejection and Exclusion. 8. Shyness and Social Withdrawal. 9. Aggression and Bullying. 10. Stereotyping, Prejudice, and Exclusion. Part V: Family, Community, and Culture. 11. Parenting Attitudes and Beliefs. 12. Culture, Ethnicity, and Rights.

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educational neuroscience

educational Testing and Measurement: Classroom application and Practice, Tenth edition

EDUCATIONAL TESTING

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Denis Mareschal, Birkbeck College, University of London, Brian Butterworth, University College London, Andy Tolmie, institute of Education, University of London, Editors

Tom Kubiszyn, University of Houston, Gary D. Borich, University of Texas 978-1-118-46649-0 • Paper • 512 pp. • 2013

MEASUREMENT The Tenth Edition of Educational Testing and Measurement integrates up-toTO M K U B I S Z Y N G A RY D. B O R I C H date research on international testing programs and how the results compare to the performance of American students. Expanding on competency testing for teachers, the new edition includes recent developments that will be helpful to teachers in training. The text also helps teachers prepare their students for high-stakes testing and explains issues surrounding the topic including waivers, standards, and proficiency goals. Additional research on the Response to Intervention approach to both general and special education reform is incorporated, highlighting the technical and implementation changes associated with this approach. CLASSROOM APPLICATION AND PRACTICE ‡WK(GLWLRQ‡

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• D etails the national policy changes that have fostered the ongoing, dramatic, and controversial changes in general and special education testing and assessment practices that now affect all teachers and schools • I ncludes updated references, readings, and examples to ensure a current look at the field • D iscusses IDEA, the RTI model, and their issues, controversies, and implementation challenges and successes • I ntegrates the RTI model with traditional content through new sections

978-1-118-72589-4 • Paper • 400 pp. • 2014

Educational Neuroscience presents a series of readings from educators, psychologists, and neuroscientists that explore the latest findings in developmental cognitive neurosciences and their potential applications to education. It reflects findings in a new research area with direct relevance to current educational practices and policy-making. Topics and themes include neuroscience and educational methodologies, language and mathematical development, literacy, and various skills associated with conceptual, social, and emotional development. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction. 2. Neuroimaging Methods. 3. Computational Modelling of Learning and Teaching. 4. Genetics for Education. 5. Research Methods in Educational Psychology. 6. Language Development. 7. Literacy Development. 8. Mathematical Development. 9. The Development and Application of Scientific Reasoning. 10. Social Development. 11. Emotional Development. 12. Attention and Executive Control.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. An Introduction to Contemporary Educational Testing and Measurement. 2. High-Stakes Testing. 3. Response-to-Intervention (RTI) and the Regular Classroom Teacher. 4. The Purpose of Testing. 5. Norm-Referenced and Criterion-Referenced Tests and Content Validity Evidence. 6. Measuring Learning Outcomes. 7. Writing Objective Test Items. 8. Writing Essay Test Items. 9. Performance-Based Assessment. 10. Portfolio Assessment. 11. Administering, Analyzing, and Improving the Test or Assessment. 12. Marks and Marking Systems. 13. Summarizing Data and Measures of Central Tendency. 14. Variability, the Normal Distribution, and Converted Scores. 15. Correlation. 16. Validity Evidence. 17. Reliability. 18. Accuracy and Error. 19. Standardized Tests. 20. Types Of Standardized Tests. 21. In the Classroom: A Summary Dialogue.

educational Psychology: reflection for action, Third edition Angela o’Donnell, Rutgers, The State University of new Jersey, Johnmarshall Reeve, University of Korea, Jeffrey Smith, University of otago 978-1-118-07613-2 • Paper • 672 pp. • 2012

Guided through a 4-step process— Reflection, Information Gathering, Decision-Making, and Evaluation (RIDE)—preservice teachers learn how to apply research in educational psychology to decision making. Authors are nationally renowned scholars and experts in educational theory, motivation, and assessment. Highly praised classroom cases, thought-provoking questions, and synthesizing activities help students develop the skills they need to be reflective scientist-practitioners who frame questions about their classrooms, think critically about the answers, and then take action. TABLE OF CONTENTS Teaching. 1. Introducing Educational Psychology and Reflective Teaching. 2. Teachers and Teaching. Development. 3. Cognitive Development. 4. Social Development. Learning. 5. Behavioral Learning Theory. 6. Managing Learning in Classrooms. 7. Cognitive Learning Theory. 8. Social Learning Theory, Complex Cognition, and Social Constructivism. 9. Learning from Peers. Motivation. 10. Motivation and Engagement. 11. Motivation to Learn. Special Needs and Diversity. 12. Individual Differences and Special Needs. 13. Issues in Diversity. Assessment. 14. Assessment for Learning. 15. Standardized and Standards-Based Assessments.

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Forensic Reports & Testimony A G U I D E T O E F F E C T I V E C O M M U N I C AT I O N F O R P S Y C H O L O G I S T S & P S Y C H I AT R I S T S

RANDY K. OTTO RICHART L. DEMIER M A R C U S T. B O C C A C C I N I

forensic reports & Testimony: a Guide to effective Communication for Psychologists and Psychiatrists Randy K. otto, University of South Florida, Richart DeMier, U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners, Marcus Boccaccini, Sam Houston State University 978-1-118-13672-0 • Cloth • 400 pp. • 2014

Forensic Reports & Testimony: A Guide to Effective Communication for Psychologists and Psychiatrists provides a roadmap for consistently delivering accurate, defensible, and useful reports and testimony to the legal system. Authors Randy K. Otto, Richart L. DeMier, and Marcus Boccaccini, recognized experts in the field, cover all aspects of the process, including preparing affidavits and reports, preparing for depositions, and testifying. This book uniquely: • S hows the critical differences between forensic psychological reports and the clinical reports psychologists and psychiatrists are accustomed to writing

The handbook of forensic Psychology, fourth edition irving B. Weiner, Randy K. otto, both of University of South Florida, Editors 978-1-118-34841-3 • Hardcover • 928 pp. • 2014

This Fourth Edition is completely revised and updated for the new and rapidly growing demands of the field to reflect the new tools available to, and functions required of, present-day practitioners. Featuring contributions from over 30 experts in the field, the new edition expands coverage of neuropsychological assessment, eyewitness testimony, and jury competence and decision-making— including selection, process, and authority. BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: The Context of Forensic Psychology. Part 2: Applying Psychology to Civil Proceedings. Part 3: Applying Psychology to Criminal Proceedings. Part 4: Special Applications. Part 5: Communicating Expert Opinions. Part Six: Intervening with Offenders. Appendix: Specialty Guidelines for Forensic Psychology.

• I ncludes and explains important maxims of forensic report writing, including separating facts from inferences, focusing on offering expert opinions, explaining why you think what you think, and connecting the dots between facts and conclusions • P rovides numerous examples of experts’ testimony, affidavits, reports-with commentary and critiques

Psychological and Psychiatric Perspectives

Edited by

ERIC Y. DROGIN ROBERT L. SADOFF

FRANK M. DATTILIO THOMAS G. GUTHEIL

Psychology Forensic Psychology

1: Introduction. 2: Functions of Forensic Reports. 3: Contents of Forensic Reports. 4: Principles of Forensic Reports. 5: Structure of Forensic Reports. 6: Interrogations, Affidavits, Declarations, Demonstrative Exhibits, & Demonstrative Aids. 7: Conceptual Issues Regarding Testimony. 8: Testifying at Depositions and Pretrial Hearings. 9: Testifying in Frye and Daubert Hearings. 10: Pretrial Preparation. 11: Direct Testimony. 12: Cross-Examination.

FORENSIC ASSESSMENT

HANDBOOK OF

VOLUME 11

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Handbook of

SECOND EDITION

handbook of forensic assessment: Psychological and Psychiatric Perspectives Eric Y. Drogin, Harvard Medical School, Frank M. Dattilio, Harvard Medical School and University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Robert L. Sadoff, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Thomas G. Gutheil, Harvard Medical School, Editors

handbook of Psychology, Volume 11: forensic Psychology, second edition irving B. Weiner, Randy K. otto, both of University of South Florida, Editors 978-0-470-63917-7 • Hardcover • 736 pp. • 2013

The Handbook of Psychology, Volume 11: Forensic Psychology offers comprehensive coverage of the theory and practice of forensic psychology in civil and criminal settings. This volume addresses broad issues of capacity, competency, and responsibility as well as specific topics in the field such as eyewitness and expert testimony, jury selection and influence, violence prediction, child custody evaluations, disability and worker’s compensation, and evaluation of criminal responsibility. Randy K. Otto Volume Editor

Irving B. Weiner Editor-in-Chief

978-0-470-48405-0 • Hardcover • 824 pp.• 2011

The practitioner-oriented coverage in this handbook examines the current state of psychology and psychiatry; various approaches to assessments in criminal and civil matters; the principles of effective preparation, data collection, and interpretation, as well as communication for each special situation; and overarching practice issues.

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forensic Psychology, second edition 2nd

EDITION

FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY Research, Clinical Practice, and Applications

Matthew T. Huss, Creighton University 978-1-118-55413-5 • Paper • 408 pp. • 2014

Forensic Psychology

crime, justice, law, interventions

Forensic Psychology provides students with an in-depth and insightful introduction to the clinical practice of forensic psychology. With real world examples that help students underMATTHEW T. HUSS stand the practical applications of forensic psychology, the Second Edition features updated research and discussion that reflects changes in the developing research as well as more information about treatment-related aspects. BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Fundamentals of Forensic Psychology. Part II: Violence and Forensic Psychology. Part III: Mental Health Law and Forensic Psychology. Part IV: Children and Family in Forensic Psychology. Part V: Civil Aspects of Forensic Psychology.

Crime Classification Manual: a standard system for Investigating and Classifying Violent Crime, Third edition

Graham DaviES aNthONy BEECh

Arranged according to the primary intent of the criminal, the Crime Classification Manual, features the language, terms, and classifications the criminal justice system and allied fields use as they work to protect society from criminal behavior. The Third Edition tackles new areas affected by globalization and new technologies; expands discussion of border control, the ATF, and Homeland Security; and addresses the effects of ever-evolving technology on the commission and detection of crime.

The only series to be approved by the BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY

Forensic Psychology, Second Edition highlights the often sizable gap between the media myths surrounding forensic practice and reality. The text presents an exciting and broad range of topics within the field including detailed treatments of the causes of crime, investigative methods, the trial process, and interventions with different types of offenders and offenses. Changes to the Second Edition include a greater range of authors and topics, wider use of case studies, topics for essays and class discussions, and recommended reading. BPS TEXTBOOKS

BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS I. The Causes of Crime. II. Investigating Crime. III. The Trial Process. IV. Dealing with Offenders.

research Methods in forensic Psychology

John Douglas, Washington DC, Ann W. Burgess, Boston College, Allen G. Burgess, northeastern University, Robert K. Ressler, Fredericksburg, vA, Editors 978-1-118-30505-8 • Paper • 566 pp. • 2013

Graham M. Davies, north East London Polytechnic, Anthony R. Beech, University of Birmingham 978-1-119-99195-3 • Paper • 466 pp. • 2012

SECOND EDitiON EDITED BY

forensic Psychology: Crime, Justice, law, Interventions, second edition

R ESEARCH M ETHODS

F OR E N S IC P S YC HOLO G Y IN

Barry Rosenfeld, Fordham University, Steven D. Penrod, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Editors 978-0-470-24982-6 • Hardcover • 535 pp. • 2011

Focusing exclusively on research methods in the field of forensic psycholBARRY ROSENFELD STEVEN D. PENROD ogy, this one-of-a-kind text provides specific advice on topics particular to forensic specialists, such as polygraphs, child testimony, eyewitness accuracy, and effects of interrogation, making this a valuable resource for students in the field. Edited by

TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Crime Analysis and Investigation. 1. Crime Classification: Past and Present. 2. Criminal Investigative Concepts in Crime Scene Analysis. 3. The Impact of the Internet, Technology, and Forensics on Crime Investigation. 4. Local, Federal, and International Agencies. 5. Classifying Crimes by Severity from Aggravators to Depravity. Part II: The Classifications. 6. Criminal Enterprise Homicide. 7. Personal Cause Homicide. 8. Sexual Homicide. 9. Extremist and Medical Homicide. 10. Group Cause Homicide. 11. Arson/Bombing. 12. Rape and Sexual Assault. 13. Nonlethal Crimes. 14. Computer Crimes. 15. Increased Globalization of Crime. 16. Mass and Serial Homicide. 17. Poison and Biological Agents as Weapons. Part III: Legal Issues. 18. Interviewing, Interrogation, and Criminal Confessions. 19. Wrongful Convictions: Causes, Solutions, and Case Studies.

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BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: General Issues in Forensic Research. Part II: Criminal Law—Pretrial Issues: Criminal Investigations and Pretrial Forensic Assessment. Part III: Criminal Law— Trial Issues. Part IV: Criminal Law—Post-Trial Issues and Special Populations. Part V: Civil and Family Law Issues.


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Edited by LINDA STEG, AGNES E. VAN DEN BERG, and JUDITH I. M. DE GROOT

ENVIRONMENTAL

PSYCHOLOGY AN INTRODUCTION

environmental Psychology: an Introduction

The most up-to-date introductory textbook on its subject, Environmental Psychology: An Introduction provides a valuable overview of the interplay between humans and their varied environments. Incorporating the work of more than fifty well-known scholars to examine this increasingly important area, Environmental Psychology addresses questions of how environments affect humans, what motivates people to act pro-environmentally, and how humans can be encouraged to establish and maintain a sustainable environment. BPS TEXTBOOKS

BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Environmental Influences on Human Behaviour and Well-Being. Part II: Factors Influencing Environmental Behaviour. Part III: Encouraging Pro-Environmental Behaviour.

SECOND EDITION

CATHERINE A. SANDERSON

HEALTHPSYCHOLOGY Biopsychosocial Interactions

Linda Steg, University of Groningen, The netherlands, Agnes E. van den Berg, Wageningen University, The netherlands, Judith i. M. de Groot, Bournemouth University, UK, Editors 978-0-470-97638-8 • Paper • 406 pp. • 2012

Health Psychology

EIGHTH EDITION

health Psychology, second edition Catherine A. Sanderson, Amherst College 978-0-470-12915-9 • Hardcover • 720 pp. • 2013

Written in a highly compelling, easyto-read, down-to-earth style, the Second Edition of Health Psychology provides a thorough, research-based review of all the major topics, theories, and issues in the field. Presenting the material in an engaging, conversational style that involves students in the subject matter and encourages critical thinking, this text covers health behaviors, managing chronic and terminal disease, and interacting within the health care systems. Additional chapters offer information on prevention injuries, research methods, personality, social support, and persuasive appeals. This edition also offers New Development Boxes for students to understand how psychology impacts health throughout the lifespan.

health Psychology: biopsychosocial Interactions, eighth edition Edward P. Sarafino, The College of new Jersey, Timothy W. Smith 978-1-118-42520-6 • Paper • 560 pp. • 2014

Health Psychology draws from the research and theory of many disciplines &EXBSE14BSBĕOPt5JNPUIZ84NJUI to show how psychology and health affect each other. The Eighth Edition has been updated to include new research and data throughout, including new discussions on health care systems. Additionally, international examples are included to broaden the psychologist’s view of health issues around the world and highlight what works in the field. The psychological research cited in the text supports a variety of behavioral, physiological, cognitive, and social/personality viewpoints. • Enhanced Cross-Cultural Data—latest health data and lifestyles for 14 countries • Enhanced Illustrations—updated data in several figures and newly developed ones to clarify physiological processes TABLE OF CONTENTS I. An Introduction: Basic Issues and Processes. 1. An Overview of Psychology and Health. 2. The Body’s Physical Systems. II. Stress, Illness, and Coping. 3. Stress— Its Meaning, Impact, and Sources. 4. Stress, Biopsychosocial Factors, and Illness. 5. Coping With and Reducing Stress. III. Lifestyles to Enhance Health and Prevent Illness. 6. Health-Related Behavior and Health Promotion. 7. Substance Use and Abuse. 8. Nutrition, Weight Control and Diet, Exercise, and Safety. IV. Becoming Ill and Getting Medical Treatment. 9. Using Health Services. 10. In the Hospital: The Setting, Procedures, and Effects on Patients. V. Physical Symptoms: Pain and Discomfort. 11. The Nature and Symptoms of Pain. 12. Managing and Controlling Clinical Pain. VI. Chronic and Life-Threatening Health Problems. 13. Serious and Disabling Chronic Illnesses: Causes, Management, and Coping. 14. Heart Disease, Stroke, Cancer, and AIDS: Causes, Management, and Coping. VII. Looking to the Future. 15. What’s Ahead for Health Psychology?

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction. 2. Research Methods. 3. Theories of Health Behavior. 4. Stress. 5. Managing Stress: The Role of Personality and Social Support. 6. Injuries. 7. Smoking and Alcohol Abuse. 8. Obesity and Eating Disorders. 9. The Experience and Management of Pain. 10. Chronic Illness. 11. Terminal Illness and Bereavement. 12. Health-Care Interaction: Screening, Utilization, Adherence, and Relapse. 13. Designing Persuasive Interventions. 14. Future Directions for Health Psychology.

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a history of Modern Psychology, fourth edition C. James Goodwin, Western Carolina University 978-1-118-01145-4 • Hardcover • 592 pp.• 2012

The enhanced Fourth Edition of Goodwin’s series, A History of Modern Psychology, explores the modern history of psychology including the fundamental bases of psychology and psychology’s advancements in the 20th century. Goodwin, who holds a Ph.D. in experimental psychology, has a true passion for the history of experimental psychology. Strengths of the text include his conversational writing style and attention to recent scholarship in the history of psychology. Goodwin’s Fourth Edition focuses on the reduction of biographical information with an emphasis on more substantial information, including ideas and concepts and on ideas/research contributions; more history on the applied areas of psychology; condensed chapters, philosophical antecedents and physiological antecedents; and more of psychology’s history in the 20th century. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1: Introducing Psychology’s History. 2: The Philosophical Context. 3: The Physiological Context: Early Research on the Nervous System. 4: Wundt and German Psychology. 5: Darwin’s Century: Evolutionary Thinking. 6: American Pioneers. 7: Structuralism and Functionalism. 8: Applying the New Psychology. 9: Gestalt Psychology. 10: The Origins of Behaviorism. 11: The Evolution of Behaviorism. 12: Mental Illness and Its Treatment. 13: Psychology’s Practitioners. 14: Psychological Science in the Post-War Era. 15: Linking Psychology’s Past and Present.

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a brief history of Modern Psychology, second edition SECOND EDITION

A Brief History of MODERN PSYCHOLOGY

Ludy T. Benjamin Jr., Texas A & M University 978-1-118-20677-5 • Paper • 264 pp. • 2014

A Brief History of Modern Psychology Second Edition discusses the history LUDY T. BENJAMIN, JR. of both the science and the practice of psychology since the establishment of the first experimental psychology laboratory in 1879. In engaging prose, this book weaves together the historical and disciplinary context that will help readers to better understand the richness and complexity of contemporary psychology. • Presents facts and interesting tidbits about individual psychologists’ lives and ideas, as well as illuminating tie-ins to the social contexts in which they lived • Provides the historical and disciplinary context that will help readers to better understand the richness and complexity of contemporary psychology • Includes discussions of important events, societies, and landmarks in the history of psychology TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Pre-Scientific Psychology. 2. Physiology, Psychophysics, and the Science of Mind. 3. Germany and the Birth of a New Science. 4. Origins of Scientific Psychology in America. 5. The Early Schools of Psychology. 6. The Birth of the New Applied Psychology in America. 7. Psychoanalysis. 8. Behaviorism. 9. The New Profession of Psychology. 10. A Psychology of Social Action and Social Change. 11. Cognitive Psychology.


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The science of Intimate relationships Garth Fletcher, victoria University, new Zealand, Jeffry A. Simpson, University of Minnesota, Lorne Campbell, University of Western ontario, nickola C. overall, University of Auckland, new Zealand 978-1-4051-7919-5 • Paper • 416 pp. • 2013

The Science of Intimate Relationships Garth Fletcher, Jeffry A. Simpson, Lorne Campbell, and Nickola C. Overall

Designed for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students, The Science of Intimate Relationships represents the first full-blooded interdisciplinary approach to the hard science behind the nature of human sexual relationships. In this elegantly written new text, an international team of authors presents and integrates the latest findings in the fields of social psychology, evolutionary psychology, lifehistory theory, human sexuality, neuroscience and biology, developmental psychology, anthropology, and clinical psychology. Through erudite and balanced analysis, The Science of Intimate Relationships offers a wealth of thought-provoking insights into the science behind the initiation, maintenance, and termination of sexual relationships. TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction. 1. The Science of Intimate Relationships. 2. Intimate Relationships in Context: Key Theories, Concepts, and Human Nature. II. The Relationship Animal. 3. The Intimate Relationship Mind. 4. The Intimate Relationship Body. III. Beginning Relationships: Attachment and Mate Selection. 5. Born to Bond: From Infancy to Adulthood. 6. Selecting Mates. IV. Maintaining Relationships: The Psychology of Intimacy. 7. Love, Sweet Love. 8. Reading Minds, Partners, and Relationships. 9. Communication and Interaction. 10. Sex and Passion. 11. Relationship Violence. V. Ending Relationships: The Causes and Consequences of Relationship Dissolution. 12. Relationship Dissolution. VI. Conclusion. 13. Assembling the Relationship Jigsaw.

EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGY

JuSTin J. LeHmiLLer

The Psychology of

Human SexualitY

The Psychology of human sexuality Justin J. Lehmiller, Harvard University 978-1-118-35121-5 • Paper • 400 pp. • 2014

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. Approaching the topic with a combination of sensitivity and scholarly rigor, this text offers rich insights into the latest theories and research that shape our understanding of the psychological aspects of human sexuality. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Human Sexuality. 2. Sexology Research: History, Methods, and Ethics. 3. Human Sexual Anatomy. 4. Human Sexual Response: Understanding Arousal and Orgasm. 5. Gender and Gender Identity. 6. Sexual Orientation. 7. The Laws of Attraction. 8. Intimate Relationships: Sex, Love, and Commitment. 9. Sexual Behaviors. 10. Sex Education, Contraception, and Pregnancy. 11. Sexually Transmitted Infections and Safer Sex Practices. 12. Sexual Dysfunction and Sex Therapy. 13. Variations in Sexual Behavior. 14. Sex Laws and the Sexual Marketplace.

evolutionary Psychology: a Critical Introduction viren Swami, University of Westminster, UK, Editor 978-1-4051-9122-7 • Paper • 388 pp. • 2011

A CRITICAL INTRODUCTION

EDITED BY

VIREN SWAMI

The only series to be approved by the BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY

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Written to support undergraduates and masters students studying evolutionary psychology and biological psychology, this book critically evaluates the extant literature, while maintaining the need for evolutionary psychologies. Evolutionary Psychology brings together seminal work from key scholars in the field and explores the ways in which evolutionary psychological research can illuminate our understanding of human behaviours and nature. It provides a thorough introduction to evolutionary approaches to psychology, covering topics on: applications of evolutionary theory to psychology; the evolution of cognition and how it interacts with culture; cooperation; physical attraction, mate choice and sexual selection; life history theory; parenting and families; personality and individual differences; social cognition and psychoses; and the future of evolutionary psychology.

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1: Evolutionary Approaches to Behaviour. 2: The Evolution of Cognition. 3: Cooperation as a Classic Problem in Behavioural Biology. 4: Mate Choice and Sexual Selection. 5: The Evolutionary Psychology of Human Beauty. 6: Life History Theory and Human Reproductive Behaviour. 7: Parenting and Families. 8: Personality and Individual Differences. 9: Social Cognition and Psychoses: The Imprinted Brain Theory. 10: Interactions Between Cognition and Culture. 11: The Future of Evolutionary Psychology.

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organizational Psychology: a scientist-Practitioner approach, Third edition Steve M. Jex, Bowling Green State University, Thomas W. Britt, Clemson University

An IntroductIon to

contemporAry Work psychology Edited by Maria PEEtErs, Jan dE JongE and toon taris

978-1-118-72407-1 • Cloth • 600 pp. • 2015

an Introduction to Contemporary Work Psychology Maria Peeters, Utrecht University, The netherlands, Jan de Jonge, Eindhoven University of Technology, The netherlands, Toon Taris, Utrecht University, The netherlands, Editors 978-1-119-94553-6 • Paper • 496 pp. • 2014

Provides students with a thorough overview of both the science and practice of organizational psychology. Reflecting changes in the global workplace, the Third Edition expands coverage of the effects of technology on processes and personnel, the generalizability of theories across cultures, including organizational climate, and employee health and well-being. • Expanded coverage of pervasive effects of technology on the social environment of work, including virtual work and the impact of social media • More graphics, including tables and charts, to help students understand and remember various related concepts and theories • Includes a unique full chapter on research methods and the use of statistics in understanding organizations • New chapter on the work/non-work interface, including consideration of both employees’ life stages and changes over their careers • Provides instructors with comprehensive presentation and testing materials • More on ethics, in light of relatively recent scandals in corporations and in politics • Expanded coverage throughout on cross-cultural issues and diversity in organizations TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction to Organizational Psychology. 2. Research Methods and Statistics. 3. Attraction and Socialization. 4. The Work-Non-Work Interface. 5. Productive Behavior in Organizations. 6. Counterproductive Behavior in Organizations. 7. Occupational Stress and Employee Health and Well-being. 8. Beliefs and Attitudes about Work and the Organization. 9. Theories of Motivation. 10. Organizational Applications of Motivation Theory. 11. Leadership and Influence Processes. 12. Team Dynamics and Processes Within Organizations. 13. Organizational Theory and Design. 14. Organizational Culture and Climate. 15. Organizational Change and Development.

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Moving beyond the terrain of introductory industrial-organizational psychology textbooks, this book examines the classic models, current theories, and contemporary issues affecting the 21st-century worker. It discusses errors at work, working times, human factors, job demands and resources, and sickness absence and return to work. Edited by respected leaders in the field and with chapters written by a global team of experts, this is the textbook for advanced courses focusing on work psychology as a sub-discipline of work and organizational psychology. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction: People at Work. 2. Research Methods in Work Psychology. 3. The Models that Made Job Design. 4. Current Theoretical Perspectives in Work Psychology. 5. Quantitative Job Demands. 6. Qualitative Demands at Work. 7. Job Control and Social Aspects of Work. 8. Recovery from Demanding Work Hours. 9. The Design and Use of Work Technologies. 10. Individual Characteristics and Work-Related Outcomes. 11. Work-Family Interaction. 12. Burnout, Boredom, and Engagement at the Workplace. 13. Job Satisfaction, Motivation, and Job Performance. 14. Safety at Work. 15. Sickness Absence and Sickness Presence? 16. Managing Psychosocial Risks in the Workplace: Prevention and Intervention. 17. Job Crafting. 18. Teams at Work. 19. Positive Interventions: From Prevention to Amplification.


I n D U s T r I a l / o r G a n I z aT I o n a l P s y C h o l o G y

FRANK J. LANDY

t

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WORK IN THE 21ST CENTURY FOURTH EDITION

Work in the 21st Century: an Introduction to Industrial and organizational Psychology, fourth edition Frank J. Landy, Baruch College, Jeffrey M. Conte, San Diego State University 978-1-118-29120-7 • Hardcover • 720 pp. • 2013

This Fourth Edition retains the accessibility of the previous editions while incorporating the latest research findings. With updated organizational applications of the principles of I-O psychology, the book’s scientist-practitioner model continues to be used as the philosophical cornerstone of the textbook. The text includes additional consideration of technological change and the concomitant change in the reality of work • R einforces the systems approach whenever possible, stressing the interplay among different I-O psychology variables and constructs • Discusses additional themes throughout the text, including work becoming increasingly cross-cultural and multinational, the growing diversity of the workforce, the increasing popularity of work teams, and work-life balance TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Fundamentals. 1. What Is Industrial and Organizational Psychology? 2. Methods and Statistics in I-O Psychology. Part 2: Industrial Psychology. 3. Individual Differences and Assessment. 4. Job Analysis and Performance. 5. Performance Measurement. 6. Staffing Decisions. 7. Training and Development. Part 3: Organizational Psychology. 8. The Motivation to Work. 9. Attitudes, Emotions, and Work. 10. Stress and Worker Well-Being. 11. Fairness and Diversity in the Workplace. 12. Leadership. 13. Teams in Organizations. 14. The Organization of Work Behavior.

CRITICAL COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY

Critical Community Psychology

Group Dynamics and Team Interventions: Understanding and Improving Team Performance Group Dynamics and Team Interventions

978-1-4051-8670-4 • Paper • 376 pp. • 2012

Group Dynamics and Team Interventions bridges the gap between current Timothy M. Franz academic research on group behavior and real-life practice. Chapters reveal the theories behind group and team behavior, while offering proven application and intervention techniques that can be utilized in workplace settings. Topics addressed include team formation and development; understanding culture and team diversity; improving team cohesion, decision making, and problem solving; managing and reducing team conflict; team leadership, power, and influence; and others. Clarity is enhanced through brief case studies and interventions that illustrate each theory. Understanding and Improving Team Performance

TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I. Introduction. 1. Introduction to Teams. 2. Methods of Assessing and Evaluating Team Functioning. Part II. Inputs. 3. Team Theories and Concepts. 4. Understanding Culture and Diversity. 5. Preparing the Environment for Teamwork. Part III. Processes. 6. Improving Small Group Communication and Trust. 7. Improving Creativity and Innovation. 8. Improving Problem Solving and Decision Making. 9. Understanding Cohesion and Collaboration. 10. Reducing Dysfunctional Conflict and Improving Cooperation. 11. Influence, Power, and Leadership. 12. Working in Virtual Teams. Part IV. Outputs. 13. Searching for Synergy: Creating a High-Performing Team. Appendix: Improving Team Meetings.

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Industrial and Organizational Psychology Research & Practice

Industrial and organizational Psychology: research and Practice, sixth edition Paul E. Spector, University of South Florida

Carolyn Kagan, Mark Burton, Paul Duckett, Rebecca Lawthom, Asiya Siddiquee, all of Manchester Metropolitan University, UK 978-1-4051-8884-5 • Paper • 394 pp. • 2011

Timothy M. Franz, St. John Fisher College

978-0-470-94976-4 • Hardcover • 480 pp. • 2012

Are students getting bogged down trying to memorize the material in Industrial and Organizational Psychology rather than focusing on the concepts and how they interrelate? Unlike any other book of its kind, Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Research and Practice provides an extensive and clear overview of the field, without overwhelming today’s I/O Psychology student. Author Paul Spector provides readers with (1) cutting edge content and new and emerging topics, such as occupational health and safety, and (2) a global perspective of the field. PAUL E. SPECTOR

The only series to be approved by the BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY

CAROLYN KAGAN MARK BURTON PAUL DUCKETT REBECCA LAWTHOM ASIYA SIDDIQUEE

Critical Community Psychology provides students of different commuBPS TEXTBOOKS nity-based professions working in a range of applied settings at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels with a text which will underpin their community psychological work. Key features include: clear learning objectives and chapter contents outlined at the start of each chapter; important terms highlighted with definitions, either as marginal notes or in chapter glossaries; case examples of community psychology in action; chapter-ending critical assessment sections at the end of each chapter; and more.

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Psychology in action, eleventh edition

Psychology in action

Psychnote Lisa Cravens-Brown

Karen Huffman, Palomar College

978-1-118-46009-2 • Paper • 400 pp. • 2015

978-1-118-80153-6 • Paper • 672 pp. • 2015

Psychnote

Designed for introductory psychology courses, this flagship book’s new edition helps students examine their own personal studying and learning KAREn HUFFMAn styles with several new pedagogical aids—encouraging students to apply what they are learning to their everyday lives. Engage and inspire through active learning with Karen Huffman and co-author Katherine Dowdell’s Psychology in Action, the acknowledged leader of active learning and student success.

Eleventh Edition

• Through its welcoming voice, Psychology In Action continues to offer a program through the book and media with ongoing study tips and psychological techniques for mastering the material.

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PsychNote is an innovative new learning program for Intro Psych which addresses two of the most important course issues: student study skills and textbook affordability. It consists of three interlocking elements. • Includes a brief (384 page), fourcolor, paperback worktext

• Each chapter contains a condensed overview of important concepts (organized into modules with companion learning objectives) supported by a limited number supporting photos, charts, graphs, and tables • A section in each chapter contains a concept outline, designed to be taken to lecture and used for student note-taking, that provides a skeleton view of the important concepts discussed in the chapter and space for a student to write notes from the instructors lecture.

• Additionally, Huffman and Dowdell have created a new Video Tutorial Series explaining and contextualizing over 80 of the most difficult concepts in introductory psychology by using examples and applications not discussed in the text, hands-on demonstrations developed in the author’s classroom, and “virtual field trips” in which students see psychology in real world settings

Visualizing Psychology, Third edition Siri Carpenter, Yale University, Karen Huffman, Palomar College 978-1-118-38806-8 • Paper • 544 pp. • 2013

real World Psychology

REAL WORLD PSYCHOLOGY

Karen Huffman, Palomar College, Catherine A. Sanderson, Amherst College 978-1-118-49545-2 • Paper • 608 pp. • 2014

Real World Psychology, a brief version of Huffman’s Psychology in Action, reflects the author’s core “student/active Huffman • Sanderson classroom” philosophy and is designed specifically for the unique needs of those who demand big things from a small package. This text ties every single concept to a real-world, in-text example by utilizing case studies, photos, graphs, news stories, and charts. This brief approach allows students to grasp the “big picture” in psychology without an abundance of supplementary details. TABLE OF CONTENTS Prologue: Psychology Engages Critical Thinking. 1. Introduction to Psychology and Its Research Methods. 2. Neuroscience and Biological Foundations. 3. Stress and Health Psychology. 4. Sensation and Perception. 5. States of Consciousness. 6. Learning. 7. Memory. 8. Thinking, Language, and Intelligence. 9. Life Span Development. 10. Motivation and Emotion. 11. Personality. 12. Psychological Disorders. 13. Therapy. 14. Social Psychology.

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Visualizing Psychology, Third Edition helps students examine their own personal studying and learning styles Siri Carpenter Karen Huffman with several new pedagogical aids— encouraging students to apply what they are learning to their everyday lives while offering ongoing study tips and psychological techniques for mastering the material. Most importantly, students are provided with numerous opportunities to immediately access their understanding. VISUALIZING

Psychology 3rd Edition

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction and Research Methods. 2. Neuroscience and Biological Foundations. 3. Stress and Health Psychology. 4. Sensation and Perception. 5. States of Consciousness. 6. Learning. 7. Memory. 8. Thinking, Language, and Intelligence. 9. Life Span Development I. 10. Life Span Development II. 11. Motivation and Emotion. 12. Personality. 13. Psychological Disorders. 14. Therapy. 15. Social Psychology.


InTroDUCTIon anD hIsTory

A H I S T O RY o f MO D E R N P S YC HO L O G Y in C O N T E X T

a history of Modern Psychology in Context Wade Pickren, Alexandra Rutherford 978-0-470-27609-9 • Hardcover • 408 pp • 2010

In A History of Modern Psychology in Context, the authors resist the traditional storylines of great achievements by eminent people, or schools of thought that rise and fall in the wake of scientific progress. Instead, psychology is portrayed as a network of scientific and professional practices embedded in specific contexts. The narrative is informed by three key concepts—indigenization, reflexivity, and social constructionism—and by the fascinating interplay between disciplinary Psychology and everyday psychology. WA D E E . P I C K R E N

AND

ALEXANDRA RUTHERFORD

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Origins of a Science of Mind. 2. Everyday Life and Psychological Practices. 3. Subject Matter, Methods, and the Making of a New Science. 4. From Periphery to Center. 5. The Practice of Psychology at the Interface with Medicine. 6. Psychologists as Testers. 7. American Psychological Science and Practice Between the World Wars. 8. Psychology in Europe Between the World Wars. 9. The Golden Age of American Psychology. 10. Psychology After World War II. 11. Feminism and American Psychology. 12. Late 20th-Century American Psychology. 13. Brain, Behavior, and Cognition since 1945.

SECOND

EDITION

PSYCHOLOGY AROUND US

Ronald Comer Elizabeth Gould

Psychology around Us, second edition Ronald Comer, Elizabeth Gould, both of Princeton University 978-1-118-01207-9 • Hardcover • 840 pp. • 2012

Psychology Around Us demonstrates the often-surprising, always-fascinating intersections of psychology with students’ day-to-day lives. Every chapter includes sections on human development, brain function, individual differences and, abnormal psychology that occur in that area. These “cut-across” sections highlight how the different fields of psychology are connected to each other and how they connect to everyday life. • “ Cut Across Connections” boxes highlight how the different fields of psychology are connected to each other and how they connect to everyday life • “What Happens in the Brain When”—these two-page art spreads demonstrate exactly what happens in the brain when we engage in everyday activities such as eating pizza, studying psychology, or listening to music TABLE OF CONTENTS 1: Psychology: Yesterday and Today. 2: Psychology as a Science. 3: Human Development. 4: Neuroscience. 5: Sensation and Perception. 6: Consciousness. 7: Learning. 8: Memory. 9: Language and Thought. 10: Intelligence. 11: Motivation. 12: Emotion, Stress, and Health. 13: Personality. 14: Social Psychology. 15: Psychological Disorders. 16: Treatment of Psychological Disorders.

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INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLINGUISTICS UNDERSTANDING LANGUAGE SCIENCE

language Development

Introduction to Psycholinguistics: Understanding language science

The only series to be approved by the BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY

Patricia J. Brooks & Vera kemPe

Matthew J. Traxler, University of California

Patricia Brooks, College of Staten island, City University of new York, vera Kempe, University of Abertay, UK 978-1-4443-3146-2 • Paper • 400 pp. • 2012

978-1-4051-9862-2 • Hardcover • 592 pp. • 2011

This text offers a cutting-edge introduction to the cognitive processes underlying language acquisition and use. It provides students with a step-by-step tour through language acquisition, production, and comprehension, from the word level to sentences and dialogue-rich coverage of both theory and data, including in-depth descriptions of experimental evidence behind theories. Covering the full spectrum of language representations and processes, and drawing on the most current research available from a range of scientific perspectives, this is the best introduction to the psychology of language available today. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. An Introduction to Language Science. 2. Speech Production and Comprehension. 3. Word Processing. 4. Sentence Processing. 5. Discourse Processing. 6. Reference. 7. Non-Literal Language. 8. Dialogue. 9. Language Acquisition. 10. Reading. 11. Bilingualism. 12. Sign Language. 13. Aphasia. 14. Right Hemisphere Language Function.

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This highly accessible introduction to language development is aimed at a wide audience of students from different disciplines such as psychology, behavioral science, linguistics, cogniBPS TEXTBOOKS tive science, and speech pathology. The material covered requires only minimal knowledge of psychology and is intended for undergraduates from the second year of studies onwards. The wide accessibility to undergraduates is achieved by avoiding technical terminology when possible and explaining all crucial concepts in the text.

Language DeveLopment

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. What Enables Infants to Acquire Language? 2. What Do Infants Learn Before They Speak Their First Word? 3. How Does Social and Cognitive Development Support Language Development? 4. How Do Children Learn Words? 5. How Do Children Learn to Combine and Modify Words? 6. What Kind of Language Do Children Encounter? 7. How Do Children Learn to Use Language? 8. How Does Language Development Affect Cognition? 9. What Is the Role of Literacy in Language Development? 10. What Causes Language Impairments? 11. How Do Deaf Children Acquire Language? 12. How Does Language Development Affect the Brain?

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PersonalITIy

Psychology of Personality-Viewpoints, research, and Psychology of applications, PersonalityViewpoints, research, Third edition Bernardo J. Carducci, and applications

PERSONALITY T H E O R Y

A N D

R E S E A R C H

TWELFTH EDITION

Daniel Cervone, University of illinois at Chicago, Lawrence A. Pervin, Rutgers University

indiana University Southeast

Third Edition

978-1-118-36005-7 • Hardcover • 632 pp. • 2013

978-1-118-50443-7 • Paper • 736 pp. • 2015

BERnARDo J. CARDUCCi

This engaging, comprehensive introduction to the field of personality psychology integrates discussion of personality theories, research, assessment techniques, and applications of specific theories. • The Psychology of Personality: Viewpoints, Research, and Applications introduces students to many important figures in the field, including Freud, Jung, Adler, Horney, Erikson, Maslow, Allport, Cattell, Bandura, Mischel, and others • The book not only covers classic issues and research in personality, but also looks at genetics and personality, neurological considerations in personality, the evolutionary perspective, the Big Five model of personality, and other contemporary issues

Personality: Theory and research, Twelfth edition

Cervone’s Twelfth Edition of Personality: Theory and Research expands on previous editions on the study of personality and neuroscience. It draws on research on the “biological foundations” of personality and trait-based research including investigations of neural mechanisms in defensive information processing as well as brain systems critical to self-concept. DANIEL CERVONE

LAWRENCE A. PERVIN

• Introduces questions of personality-and-brain along with biological foundations • E xplores each of the various theoretical issues at a new level of investigation to provide a more up-to-date look at the field.

• The Third Edition reflects significant changes in the field but retains much of the information and special features that made it a textbook from which instructors found it easy to teach and students found it easy to learn.

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The Portable lawyer for Mental health Professionals: an a-z Guide to Protecting your Clients, your Practice, and yourself, Third edition Thomas L. Hartsell, Jr., Barton E. Bernstein, both of Dallas, TX 978-1-118-34108-7 • Paper • 532 pp. • 2013

Fully revised, The Portable Lawyer for Mental Health Professionals, Third Edition identifies, explores, and presents solutions to both the simple and complex legal questions that mental health practices must deal with daily. This essential guide arms professionals with expert knowledge needed to avoid a legal violation or to know how to handle a situation if a complaint is filed. With downloadable sample forms and contracts, this complete resource features step-by-step guidance, helpful case studies, and “legal light bulbs” to alert clinicians to warning signs and help them steer clear of legally questionable situations. New to the Third Edition: • Coverage of how to conduct business in a digital world • Vital information on a variety of associations’ ethics guidelines • A look at the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act

on being a Master Therapist: Practicing What you Preach Practicing What You Preach Jeffrey A. Kottler, California State University, Fullerton, Jon Carlson, Governors State University 978-1-118-22581-3 • Paper • 304 pp. • 2014

Bringing a breath of fresh air to the therapy profession, this compelling and thoughtful resource urges readers to move from competency to full mastery in the mental health field. Combining the findings of hundreds of previous studies, interviews with a wide range of master therapists, and their own unique experiences and perspectives, Jeffery A. Kottler and Jon Carlson have devised a guide that takes therapists out of their comfort zones. Professionals in the fields of psychology, counseling, social work, and human services, as well as graduate students studying for these professions, will find a level of honesty and candor in this resource, which tackles a range of essential topics in a frank, personal tone, and closes with a meaningful discussion about the challenges of striving for mastery. Master therapists and authors Kottler and Carlson explore a range of hot-button topics, such as: • Cultural misunderstandings • Disliking your clients (or having clients dislike you)

• Considerations for using or not using evidence-based treatments

• Receiving negative feedback from clients

• New information on working with minors and dealing with homicidal clients

• Injecting creativity into the therapeutic process

BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Section1. Clinical Records: Protected or Not. Section 2. Confidentiality. Section 3. Contracts. Section 4. Fees. Section 5. Forensic Issues. Section 6. Practice Models. Section 7: How to Avoid Malpractice Charges. Section 8. Managed Care. Section 9. Teamwork. Section 10. Unusual Practices. Section 11. Federal Regulations, HIPAA, and HITECH.

• Finding time for social justice and advocacy On Being a Master Therapist provides a much-needed look at a range of topics that aren’t often given such genuine and insightful treatment, with the goal of helping you attain the attributes that truly distinguish excellence in clinical practice. Start on your journey toward mastery with this thoughtful resource. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. What Is a Master Therapist Anyway—And How Do You Get to Be One? 2 . What We (Think We) Know So Far. 3. Deep Compassion and Caring. 4. Sophisticated Interpersonal Skills: Really, Really Listening. 5. Being Fully Present While Focusing on the Others. 6. Knowing What Maybe/Probably/Mostly Makes a Difference. 7. Speaking the Truth. 8. Making Mistakes—But Not the Same Ones Over and Over. 9. Inviting and Responding to Constructive Feedback. 10. Who You Are Is as Important as What You Do. 11. Acknowledging Commonalities, Responding to Differences. 12. Love Is a Four-Letter Word in Therapy. 13. Getting Wild and a Little Crazy: Promoting Creative Breakthroughs. 14. Promoting Social Interest and Advocacy. 15. Being a Work in Progress.

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Clinical supervision activities for Increasing Competence and self-awareness Roy A. Bean, Brigham Young University, Sean D. Davis, Alliant international University, Maureen P. Davey, Drexel University 978-1-118-63752-4 • Paper • 360 pp. • 2014

Editors Roy A. Bean, Sean D. Davis, and Maureen P. Davey draw from their own backgrounds in training, private practice, and academe, as well as from an international panel of experts representing various mental health fields to provide activities and best practices that allow therapists to better serve an increasingly diverse set of clients and issues. The book covers both clinical as well as diversity-focused competence and awareness, and suggests various forms of activities, including research exercises, reflection, journaling, and more. Each activity includes measurement metrics as well as additional resources that help clinicians identify the best activity for a given situation. Appropriate for clinicians and students at every level, these tried and tested best practices can be used in clinical supervision, as a class assignment, or to facilitate professional growth. This book helps readers develop their skills and techniques around: • Intuition • Empathy • Self-awareness • Mindfulness • Multicultural awareness • Perspective taking TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Core Clinical Competence and Self-Awareness. 1. Facilitating Clinician Development Using Themes of Personal Issues. 2. Exploring the Person-of-the-Therapist for Better Joining, Assessment, and Intervention. 3. The Empathy Game. 4 Seeing Through the Eyes of the Other Using Process Recordings. 5. Discovering Acceptance and Nonjudgment through Mindfulness. 6. Encouraging Self-Reflection in the Reflective Listening Process. 7. Enhancing Self-Awareness Using Feedback Reflection. 8. Exploring Personal Roles and Themes in Clinical Training. 9. Addressing Resistance to Behavior Change. 10. Teaching Self-Compassion to Decrease Performance Anxiety in Clinicians. 11. Reconnecting with the Motivation to Become a Clinician. 12. Giving a Voice to the Clinician-in-Training about Their Concerns. 13. A New Experience with the Family of Origin. 14. Exploring Conflict and Its Importance to Clinician Development. 15. Examining the Source of Negative Self-Beliefs. 16. Creating a Safe Learning Environment for Clinicians Through Group Discussion and Supervision. 17. Increasing Competence for Working with International and National Disasters. 18. Developing Supervision Skills for Resiliency and Decreased Vicarious Trauma. 19. Dealing with Trauma Using Self-Awareness and Self-Care. 20. Aligning Organizational and Individual Culture and Values. 21. Collaborative Reflective Training for Mental Health Clinicians in Medical Settings. 22. Using Medical Genograms in Clinical Supervision. Part 2: Diversity Focused Competence and Self-Awareness. 23. Increasing Awareness of Multicultural Issues in Therapy and Supervision. 24. Exploring Other Perspectives of Gender and Ethnicity. 25. Understanding Power Imbalances in the Clinical Encounter. 26. Inviting a Better Understanding Privilege and Disadvantage. 27. Re-examining Social Class, Ethnicity, and Available Resources. 28. Experiencing Poverty Through a Large Group Role-Play. 29. Fostering Awareness of Ability and Disability through Group Inclusion and Exclusion. 30. Enhancing Self-Awareness for Working with Deaf Clients. 31. Preparing Clinicians to Work with Co-occuring Disabilities and Substance Abuse. 32. Empowering Clinicians to Work with African Immigrants Through Game Playing. 33. Group Role Plays and the Immigrant Experience. 34. Supervising Foreign-Born Clinicians in the United States. 35. Challenging Heterosexual and Cisgender Privilege in Clinical Supervision. 36. Exploring Perceptions of LGBTQ Individuals and Couples. 37. Discovering Compassion for Victims of Domestic Violence. 38. Developing Empathy for Co-victims of Rape. 39. Increasing Awareness for Working with Overweight Clients. 40. Dealing with Addiction and Recovery. 41. Experiencing the Addiction Recovery Process. 42. Increasing Sensitivity to Ageism. 43. Helping Clinicians Develop End-of-Life Awareness.

Clinicians Guide to self renewal: essential advice from the field Robert J. Wicks, Loyola University, Elizabeth A. Maynard, University of St. Thomas 978-1-118-44381-1 • Hardcover • 528 pp. • 2014

Providing clinicians with advice consistent with the current emphasis on working from strengths to promote renewal, this guide presents a holistic approach to psychological wellness. Time-tested advice is featured from experts such as Craig Cashwell, Jeffrey Barnett, and Kenneth Pargament. With strategies to renew the mind, body, spirit, and community, this book equips clinicians with guidance and inspiration for the renewal of body, mind, community, and spirit in their clients and themselves. BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I. Self-Renewal and the Clinician. Part II. Alonetime, Mindfulness, the Sabbath, Natural Empathy. Part III. Trauma, Growth, Healing, Patience, Forgiveness, Courage, and the Process of Renewal. Part IV. Theoretical Approaches to Self-Renewal. Part V. Topics in Self-Renewal

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finish your Dissertation, Don’t let It finish you!

Internet, Phone, Mail, and Mixed-Mode surveys: The Tailored Design Method, fourth edition

Joanne Broder Sumerson, Saint Josephs University, 978-1-118-13303-3 • Paper • 208 pp. • 2013

Here’s a much-needed, all-inclusive, practical guide to help you design, conduct, and finish your academic dissertation—with minimal drama. Sharing the secrets for successfully navigating through the dissertation and thesis process while maintaining your sanity, Finish Your Dissertation, Don’t Let It Finish You! presents comprehensive coverage of the entire dissertation process, from selecting a committee and choosing a research topic to conducting the research and writing and defending your dissertation. Joanne Broder Sumerson follows the sequential flow of a dissertation to help you move through the process in a logical, step-by-step manner with an abundance of practical examples and useful tips on: • Proper dissertation etiquette—smarts and strategies for managing the committee • Breaking ground on your study • The anatomy of the five chapters of your dissertation • Making a compelling argument for why your study should be done • Creating an exemplary literature review • Getting official approval from the Institutional Review Board

Sur veys The Tailored Design Method Don A. Dillman Jolene D. Smyth Leah Melani Christian

Don A. Dillman, Washington State University, Pullman, Jolene D. Smyth, University of nebraska-Lincoln , Leah Melani Christian, Pew Research Center for the People and the Press 978-1-118-45614-9 • Cloth • 528 pp. • 2014

For over two decades, Dillman’s classic text on survey design has aided both students and professionals in effectively planning and conducting mail, telephone, and, more recently, Internet surveys. This edition is updated to cover all aspects of survey research: mobile phones, tablets, do-it-yourself surveys, and Dillman’s unique Tailored Design Method. This invaluable resource is crucial for any researcher seeking to increase response rates and obtain high-quality feedback from survey questions. This heavily revised Fourth Edition includes: • Strategies and tactics for determining the needs of a given survey, how to design it, and how to effectively administer it • How and when to use mail, telephone, and Internet surveys to maximum advantage • Guidance on how to obtain high-quality feedback from mail, electronic, and other self-administered surveys

• Concluding your dissertation

• Direction on how to construct effective questionnaires, including considerations of layout

• Presenting a smooth oral defense

• The effects of sponsorship on the response rates of surveys

TABLE OF CONTENTS

• Use of capabilities provided by newly mass-used media: interactivity, presentation of aural and visual stimuli

1. The Secret Handshake. 2. Breaking Ground on Your Study. 3. Anatomy of a Dissertation. 4. Rolling Out the Red Carpet for Your Study: The Strong Introduction. 5. Write, Write, Write: Literature Review Made Simple. 6. Data Scavenger Hunt: Designing the Right Methodology. 7. The Institutional Review Board (IRB) Process. 8. Making Sense of the Data Collection Scavenger Hunt: Results. 9. I Am Listening, Data: Discussion. 10. Your Data’s Next Chapter After the Dissertation Write-Up and Graduation.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1: Sample Surveys in Our Electronic World. 2: Reducing People’s Reluctance to Respond to Surveys. 3: Covering the Population and Selecting Who to Survey. 4: The Fundamentals of Writing Questions. 5: How to Write Open and Closed Ended Questions. 6: Aural versus Visual Design of Questions and Questionnaires. 7: Ordering Questions and Testing for Question Order Effects. 8: Telephone Questionnaires and Implementation. 9: Web Questionnaires and Implementation. 10: Mail Questionnaires and Implementation. 11: Mixed-Mode Questionnaires and Survey Implementation. 12: Responding to Societal Change and Preparing for What Lies Ahead.


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Fundamentals of Statistical Reasoning in Education

FOURTH EDITION

fundamentals of statistical reasoning in education, fourth edition Theodore Coladarci, University of Maine

STATISTICS ROBERT S. WITTE • JOHN S. WITTE TENTH

EDITION

statistics, Tenth edition Robert S. Witte, San Jose State University, John S. Witte, Case Western Reserve University 978-1-118-45053-6 • Paper • 576 pp. • 2014

978-1-118-42521-3 • Paper • 448 pp. • 2014

Fundamentals of Statistical Reasoning in Education, Fourth Edition gives educators the statistical knowledge and skills necessary in everyday classroom teaching, in running schools, and in professional development pursuits. It emphasizes conceptual development with an engaging style and clear exposition. Theodore Coladarci | Casey Cobb

• Emphasizes statistics common to local and large-scale assessment • F eatures a case study approach that models the process of data analysis and conceptualizes the learning of challenging statistical concepts

Drawing upon over 40 years of experience Statistics, Tenth Edition offers a clear and methodical approach to essential statistical procedures. The text clearly explains the basic concepts and procedures of descriptive and inferential statistical analysis. It features an emphasis on expressions involving sums of squares and degrees of freedom as well as a strong stress on the importance of variability. This accessible approach will help business professionals tackle such perennially mystifying topics as the standard deviation, variance interpretation of the correlation coefficient, hypothesis tests, degrees of freedom, p-values, and estimates of effect size.

• A ddresses high stakes testing, one of the more controversial policy issues in education today

• New discussions of the squared correlation coefficient and using f requencies as an aid to calculating conditional probabilities

• Includes step-by-step calculations for worked problems

• Expanded coverage of a variety of topics, including over-interpreting the rejection of the null hypothesis, and meta-analysis

TABLE OF CONTENTS

• New examples and questions throughout the book

1. Introduction. I. Descriptive Statistics. 2. Frequency Distributions. 3. Graphic Representation. 4. Central Tendency. 5. Variability. 6. Normal Distributions and Standard Scores. 7. Correlation. 8. Regression and Prediction. II. Inferential Statistics. 9. Probability and Probability Distributions. 10. Sampling Distributions. 11. Testing Statistical Hypotheses about m When s Is Known: The One-Sample Z Test. 12. Estimation. 13. Testing Statistical Hypotheses about M When S Is Not Known: The One-Sample T Test. 14. Comparing the Means of Two Populations: Independent Samples. 15. Comparing the Means of Dependent Samples. 16. Comparing the Means of Three or More Independent Samples: One-Way Analysis of Variance. 17. Inferences about the Pearson Correlation Coefficient. 18. Making Inferences from Frequency Data. 19. Statistical Power (and How to Increase It). Epilogue.

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction. I. Descriptive Statistics. 2. Describing Data with Tables and Graphs. 3. Describing Data with Averages. 4. Describing Variability. 5. Normal Distributions and Standard Scores (z). 6. Describing Relationships: Correlation. 7. Regression. II. Inferential Statistics. 8. Populations, Samples, and Probability. 9. Sampling Distribution of the Mean. 10 Introduction to Hypothesis Testing: the z Test. 11 More about Hypothesis Testing. 12 Estimation (Confidence Intervals). 13. t Test for One Sample. 14. t Test for Two Independent Samples. 15. t Test for Two Related Samples (Repeated Measures). 16. Analysis of Variance (One Factors). 17. Analysis of Variance (Repeated Measures). 18. Analysis of Variance (Two Factors). 19. Chi-Square (c²) Test for Qualitative (Nominal) Data. 20. Tests for Ranked (Ordinal) Data. 21. Postscript: Which Test? Appendices.

explaining Psychological statistics, fourth edition Barry H. Cohen, new York University 978-1-118-43660-8 • Hardcover • 750 pp. • 2014

Now in its Fourth Edition, this popular and comprehensive graduate-level statistics text offers students an easy-to-grasp and non-intimidating approach to statistics for the non-mathematician. Bridging the gap between the statistics course and research methods course by incorporating research methods throughout the text, the author uses one data set throughout to illustrate the various statistical computations. • Includes a new chapter showing students how to apply the right test in the right way to come out with the most accurate and true result BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Descriptive Statistics. Part II: One- and Two-Sample Hypothesis Tests. Part III: Hypothesis Tests Involving Two Measures on Each Subject. Part IV: Analysis of Variance without Repeated Measures. Part V: Analysis of Variance with Repeated Measures. Part VI: Multiple Regression and Its Connection to ANOVA. Part VII: Nonparametric Statistics.

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research Methods for social Psychology, second edition

DANA S. DUNN

RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY M E T H O D S

A N D

D E S I G N

Seventh Edition

Dana S. Dunn, Moravian College

research in Psychology: Methods and Design, seventh edition C. James Goodwin, Wheeling Jesuit College, Kerri A. Goodwin, Towson University

978-1-118-40605-2 • Hardcover • 392 pp. • 2013

978-1-118-36002-6 • Hardcover • 560 pp. • 2013

The Second Edition of Research Methods for Social Psychology offers information on how to conduct empirical research SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY in social psychology. The author teachSECOND EDITION es students to think like experimental social psychologists, that is, to use or develop explanatory theories and to manipulate and measure variables in order to explain the origin or purpose of some aspect of social life. Research Methods for

• Contains up-to-date scholarship • Emphasizes active learning through pedagogical activities and exercises to help students design and execute their own social psychological research • Provides information to perform research projects on human social behavior from start to finish

Now thoroughly revised, Research In Psychology: Methods and Design expands on previous editions’ coverage of methodological topics. The Seventh Edition discusses pseudoscience, comparing the historical example of phrenology with a more modern example. Furthermore, this edition covers ethics of animal research up to date, primarily by incorporating the thoughtful treatment of the issue by Hal Herzog in his recent text about human-animal interaction. C. James Goodwin

Kerri A. Goodwin

• Includes a new section with specific tips on how to organize and write a literature review

• Discusses the particular ethical issues social psychologists face

• Discusses effect size, power, and meta-analysis, especially by showing the manner in which they are interrelated

• Includes information on the logic of experimental design, alternative research approaches, and sorting accuracy from error

• Increases coverage of the methods used and the issues involved with conducting online research

TABLE OF CONTENTS

• Offers a detailed description of multivariate analyses beyond the scope of introductory information, elaborating on multiple regression and factor analysis with a brief conceptual description of MANOVA

1. Studying Social Psychology. 2. Developing Research Topics in Social Psychology. 3. Ethical Issues in Social Psychological Research. 4. Basic Experimental Design. 5. Alternatives to Experimental Research in Social Psychology. 6. Developing Questionnaires and Surveys. 7. Introducing a Difference: Independent Variables. 8. Measuring What Happens: Dependent Variables. 9. Validity and Realism in Research. 10. Conducting Social Psychology Experiments: Practical Matters. 11. Data Analysis. 12. Presenting Social Psychological Research.

THE

DANA S. DUNN

PRACTICAL RESEARCHER

A STUDENT GUIDE TO CONDUCTING PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH

3

rd EDITION

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Scientific Thinking in Psychology. 2. Ethics in Psychological Research. 3. Developing Ideas for Research in Psychology. 4. Measurement and Data Analysis. 5. Introduction to Experimental Research. 6. Methodological Control in Experimental Research. 7. Experimental Design I: Single-Factor Designs. 8. Experimental Design II: Factorial Designs. 9. Correlational Research. 10. Quasi-Experimental Designs and Applied Research. 11. Small N Designs. 12. Observational and Survey Research Methods.

The Practical researcher: a student Guide to Conducting Psychological research, Third edition Dana S. Dunn, Moravian College 978-1-118-36004-0 • Paper • 429 pp. • 2013

The Third Edition of The Practical Researcher: A Student Guide to Conducting Psychological Research offers many new and enhanced features and additions including a new section on MRI/brain-imaging research and other non-invasive methods for measuring brain activity. The text offers updated online searching materials reviewed by reference librarians; updated sample references written in APA style; new material on learning to identify the embedded outline found in published APA style papers as a way to learn to outline papers; additional discussion of diary studies, “beeper” studies, and experience sampling methods. • Offers a brief section on the relation between statistical significance, effect size, and replication of results TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The Why and How of Psychological Research. 2. Research Approaches and Generating Ideas. 3. Searching and Reading the Psychological Literature. 4. Writing: A First and Last Consideration. 5. Ethical Considerations in the Practice of Research. 6. Experimental Research. 7. Applied and Field Research: Nonexperimental Approaches. 8. Planning Analysis and Displaying Data. 9. Presenting and Publishing Research. 10. Closing Thoughts and Future Directions.

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Introductory statistics for the behavioral sciences, seventh edition

introductory

Statistics for the

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

Joan Welkowitz, Barry H. Cohen, both of new York University, R. Brooke Lea, Macalester College 978-0-470-90776-4 • Hardcover • 576 pp. • 2012

SEVENTH EDITION

Now in its Seventh Edition, Introductory Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences has been thoroughly revised to present all the topics students need in a unique, accessible, and engaging format to aid in the comprehension and implementation of the statistical analyses most commonly used in the behavioral sciences. Using a continuous narrative to explain statistics and including a common data set throughout, the Seventh Edition features separate chapters on correlation and regression as well as updated computer exercises and SPSS sections. An accompanying website for students contains more exercises, an answer key, coverage of basic math, a study guide, a set of additional SPSS exercises, and more downloadable data sets. JOAN WELKOWITZ | BARRY H. COHEN | R. BROOKE LEA

TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I. Descriptive Statistics. 1. Introduction. 2. Frequency Distributions and Graphs. 3. Measures of Central Tendency and Variability. 4. Standardized Scores and the Normal Distribution. Part II. Basic Inferential Statistics. 5. Introduction to Statistical Inference. 6. The One-Sample t Test and Interval Estimation. 7. Testing Hypotheses about the Difference Between the Means of Two Populations. 8. Nonparametric Tests for the Difference Between Two Means. 9. Linear Correlation. 10. Prediction and Linear Regression. 11. Introduction to Power Analysis. Part III. Analysis Of Variance Methods. 12. One-Way Analysis of Variance. 13. Multiple Comparisons. 14. Introduction to Factorial Design: Two-Way Analysis of Variance. 15. Repeated-Measures Anova. Part IV. Nonparametric Statistics For Categorical Data. 16. Probability of Discrete Events and the Binomial Distribution. 17. Chi Square Tests.

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real World research, Third edition Colin Robson, University of Huddersfield, UK 978-1-4051-8240-9 • Paper • 608 pp. • 2011

Real World Research provides a clear route-map of the various steps needed to carry out a piece of applied research to a high professional standard. It brings together materials and approaches from different social science disciplines, seeing value in both quantitative and qualitative approaches, as well as their combination in mixed-method designs. Updated throughout, the Third Edition includes: • A new chapter on multi-strategy designs • Increased coverage of ethical issues • Discussion of Internet-based research TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Before You Start. Chapter 1: Real World Enquiry. Chapter 2: Approaches to Social Research. Chapter 3: Developing Your Ideas. Part II: Designing the Enquiry. Chapter 4: General Design Issues. Chapter 5: Fixed Designs. Chapter 6: Flexible Designs. Chapter 7: Designs for Particular Purposes: Evaluation, Action and Change. Part III: Tactics: The Methods of Data Collection. Chapter 8: Surveys and Questionnaires. Chapter 9: Interviews. Chapter 10: Tests and Scales. Chapter 11: Observational Methods. Chapter 12: Additional Methods of Data Collection. Part IV: Dealing with the Data. Chapter 13: The Analysis of Quantitative Data. Chapter 14: The Analysis of Qualitative Data. Chapter 15: Reporting on the Enquiry. Appendix A: Writing a Project Proposal. Appendix B: The roles of PractitionerResearchers, Researchers, and Consultants in Real World Research.

Practitioner’s Guide to Using research for evidence-based Practice, second edition Allen Rubin, The University of Texas, Jennifer Bellamy, The University of Chicago 978-1-118-13671-3 • Paper • 400 pp. • 2012

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Using Research for Evidence-Based Practice Allen Rubin Jennifer Bellamy

This reader-friendly text provides essential and practical guidance on how to integrate research into evidence-based practice endeavors to ensure the best client care. Thoroughly updated and revised, the Second Edition includes: • Updated and new information on using the Internet for researching EBP as well as the quality of frequently used sources • A list of key chapter concepts, review exercises, and suggested readings at the end of each chapter

TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Overview of Evidence-Based Practice. 1. Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice. 2. Steps in the EBP Process. 3. Research Hierarchies: Which Types of Research Are Best for Which Questions? Part II: Critically Appraising Studies for EBP Questions About Intervention Effectiveness. 4. Criteria for Inferring Effectiveness: How Do We Know What Works? 5. Critically Appraising Experiments. 6. Critically Appraising Quasi-Experiments: Nonequivalent Comparison Groups Designs. 7. Critically Appraising QuasiExperiments: Time-Series Designs and Single-Case Designs. 8. Critically Appraising Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses. Part III: Critically Appraising Studies for Alternative EBP Questions. 9. Critically Appraising Nonexperimental Quantitative Studies. 10. Critically Appraising Qualitative Studies. Part IV: Assessing Clients and Monitoring Their Progress. 11. Critically Appraising and Selecting Assessment Instruments. 12. Monitoring Client Progress.

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The Psychology of Diversity: beyond Prejudice and racism James M. Jones, University of Delaware, John F. Dovidio, University of Connecticut, Deborah L. vietze, The City University of new York

Susan T. Fiske, Princeton University 978-1-118-55254-4 • Paper • 670 pp. • 2014 James M. Jones, John F. Dovidio and Deborah L. Vietze

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Providing an entertaining yet responsible look at how humans influence Core Motives in Social Psychology each other, Social Beings, Third Edition offers a refreshingly new approach, while maintaining the standard chapter topics of traditional social psychology texts. Focusing on the five core social motives—to belong, to understand, to control, to self-enhance, and to trust—author Susan Fiske provides a highly readable and engaging narrative flow that integrates material showing the field’s relevance to human problems and incorporates motivation, social evolution, and culture, not as after-thoughts, but as intrinsic features of the text. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction: Adaptive Motives for Social Situations, Via Cultures and Brains. 2. Scientific Methods for Studying People In Interaction. 3. Ordinary Personology: Figuring Out Why People Do What They Do. 4. Social Cognition: Making Sense of Others. 5. The Self: Social to the Core. 6. Attitudes and Persuasion: Changing Hearts and Minds. 7. Attraction: Initiating Romance, Friendship, and Other Relationships. 8. Close Relationships: Passion, Interdependence, Commitment, and Intimacy. 9. Helping: Prosocial Behavior. 10. Aggression: Antisocial Behavior. 11. Stereotyping, Prejudice, and Discrimination: Social Biases. 12. Small Groups: Ongoing Interactions. 13. Social Influence: Doing What Others Do and Say. 14. Conclusion: Social Beings.

social Psychology

The Psychology of Diversity

The Psychology of Diversity presents a captivating social-psychological study Beyond Prejudice and Racism of diversity, the obstacles confronting it, and the benefits it provides. The text considers how historical, political, economic, and societal factors shape the way people think about and respond to diversity. The text’s approach is multi-level, with coverage of diverse topics including everything from the neuroscience of prejudice to the politics of diversity. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Framing Diversity. 1. The Psychology of Diversity: Challenges and Benefits. 2. Central Concepts in the Psychology of Diversity. 3. Historical Perspectives on Diversity in the United States. Part 2: Psychological Processes. 4. Personality and Individual Differences: How Different Types of People Respond to Diversity in Different Ways. 5. Social Cognition and Categorization: Distinguishing “Us” from “Them.” 6. Social Identity, Roles, and Relations: Motivational Influences in Responses to Diversity. 7. Is Bias in the Brain? 8. Coping and Adapting to Stigma and Difference. 9. Intergroup Interactions: Pitfalls and Promises. Part 3: Culture, Power, and Institutions. 10. Cultural Diversity: Preferences, Meaning, and Difference. 11. Social Roles and Power in a Diverse Society. 12. The Challenge of Diversity for Institutions. 13. The Psychology of Diversity: Principles and Prospects.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introducing Social Psychology. 2. Research Methods. 3. Self-Perception and SelfPresentation. 4. Social Perception. 5. Social Cognition. 6. Attitude Formation and Change. 7. Persuasion. 8. Social Influence: Norms, Conformity, Compliance, and Obedience. 9. Group Influence: The Impact of Group Processes. 10. Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination. 11. Aggression. 12. Interpersonal Attraction and Close Relationships. 13. Altruism and Prosocial Behavior.

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Korrel Kanoy, William Peace College, Howard E. Book, University of Toronto, Steven J. Stein, Multi-Health Systems (MHS)

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Critical Thinking for Psychology: a student Guide Mark Forshaw, Staffordshire University, UK 978-1-4051-9117-3 • Paper • 160 pp. • 2012

CritiCal thinking for PsyChology A Student Guide

In his relaxed and accessible style, Mark Forshaw takes modern realworld examples from psychology and everyday life to lighten the learning of critical thinking, explaining what it entails, why it is important and how it can be applied to this fascinating field of study.

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APA Style Simplified directs young scholars through the labyrinth of APA style and its major elements. Bernard C. Beins With guidance on how to generate a coherent manuscript, this essential book explores how to develop ideas, connect them to what others have written, and express them in a style that reflects a sophisticated knowledge of the subject area. In addition, it features a sample manuscript showing common deviations from APA style and how to correct these problems.

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1. Getting Started on Critical Thinking. 2. Logic and the Philosophy of Critical Thinking. 3. Critical Thinking in the Wider World. 4. Critical Thinking inside Psychology. 5. Putting Critical Thinking to Use: Getting Good Grades. 6. Getting Fit for Critical Thinking. 7. Concluding Remarks. Exercises in Critical Thinking. A Checklist of Critical Thinking.

• D iscusses the differences between written, oral, and poster presentations and offers instructions for applying APA style to each TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Writing Professionally. 2. Elements of Style. 3. The Introduction Section. 4. The Method Section. 5. Communicating Statistics. 6. The Results Section. 7. The Discussion Section. 8. References: Citations in the Text and the Reference List. 9. Final Touches: The Abstract and Formatting Details. 10. Creating Poster Presentations. 11. Giving Oral Presentations. 12. Sharing Your Work Electronically.

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Bernard C. Beins and Agatha M. Beins

Now in its Second Edition, Effective Writing in Psychology helps students produce crisp scientific communication, form concise unambiguous arguments, and render technical information clear and comprehensible. The new edition incorporates the latest guidelines contained within the Sixth Edition of the APA Publication Manual. TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. Writing in Psychology. 1. Organizing and Developing Your Ideas and Writing. 2. Formulating Your Ideas. 3. Assessing Your Sources. 4. How to Conduct a Literature Search. 5. How to Read and Summarize a Journal Article. 6. Organizing a Paper. 7. Elements of Style. 8. Communicating Statistics. II. Preparing APA Format Papers. 9. Writing a Thesis or a Term Paper. 10. The Introduction Section. 11. The Method Section. 12. The Results Section. 13. The Discussion Section. 14. References Citations in the Text and the Reference List. 15. Final Touches: The Abstract and Formatting Details. III. Communicating Beyond the Research Paper. 16. Creating Poster Presentations. 17. Giving Oral Presentations. 18. Presenting Your Work on the Internet. 19. Submitting Your Plan to an Ethics Committee. Appendix A: Example of APAStyle Manuscript with Common Errors. Appendix B: Corrected APA-Style Manuscript.

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Francis K. o. Yuen, California State University, Kenneth L. Terao, Anna Marie Schmidt, both of JBS international, inc., Burlingame, CA 978-0-470-46998-9 • Paper • 265 pp. • 2010

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Handbook of Child Psychology and Developmental Science, Volume Three, Social, Emotional, and Personality Development, Seventh Edition, Lerner/Liben/Mueller ...................................................................................... 10 Handbook of Child Psychology and Developmental Science, Volume Two, Cognitive Processes, Seventh Edition, Lerner/Liben/Mueller....... 10 Handbook of Forensic Assessment: Psychological and Psychiatric Perspectives, Drogin/Dattilio/Sadoff/Gutheil ............................................ 29 Handbook of Forensic Psychology, The, Fourth Edition, Weiner/Otto ...................................................................................................... 29 Handbook of Psychology, Volume 11: Forensic Psychology, Second Edition, Weiner/Otto........................................................................ 29

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Psychological Report Writing Assistant, Groth-Marnat/Davis ...................8

Slater, An Introduction to Developmental Psychology, Second Edition ................................................................................................. 27

Psychological Testing: A Practical Introduction, Third Edition, Hogan ....8

Smith, Understanding Children’s Development, Fifth Edition................ 27

Psychology and the Challenges of Life: Adjustment and Growth, Twelfth Edition, Nevid/Rathus ....................................................................... 46

Social Beings: Core Motives in Social Psychology, Third Edition, Fiske........................................................................................... 46

Psychology Around Us, Second Edition, Comer/Gould.......................... 37

Social Development in Childhood and Adolescence: A Contemporary Reader, Killen/Coplan...................................................................................... 27

Psychology in Action, Eleventh Edition, Huffman ..................................... 36

Social Development, Second Edition, Clarke-Stewart/Parke ................. 26

Psychology of Diversity, The: Beyond Prejudice and Racism, Jones/Dovidio/Vietze...................................................................................... 46

Social Psychology, Sanderson ....................................................................... 46

Psychology of Human Sexuality, The, Lehmiller ........................................ 33

Sommers-Flanagan, Clinical Interviewing Skills DVD ............................... 20

Psychology of Personality: Viewpoints, Research, and Applications, Third Edition, Carducci.................................................................................... 39

Sommers-Flanagan, Clinical Interviewing, Fifth Edition........................... 17

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Research Methods for Social Psychology, Second Edition, Dunn ......... 44

Steg, Environmental Psychology: An Introduction.................................... 31

Research Methods in Forensic Psychology, Rosenfeld/Penrod ............. 30

Stein, The Student EQ Edge: Emotional Intelligence and Your Academic and Personal Success .................................................................. 48

Robson, Real World Research, Third Edition.............................................. 45 Rosenfeld, Research Methods in Forensic Psychology ............................ 30

Student EQ Edge, The: Emotional Intelligence and Your Academic and Personal Success, Stein/Book/Kanoy............................... 48

Rubin, Practitioner’s Guide to Using Research for Evidence-Based Practice, Second Edition................................................................................. 45

Student EQ Edge, The: Emotional Intelligence and YourAcademic and Personal Success: Student Workbook, Kanoy/Book/Stein ..................... 48 Sue, Case Studies in Multicultural Counseling and Therapy .................. 17

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Welkowitz, Introductory Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, Seventh Edition ................................................................................................ 45

Sumerson, Finish Your Dissertation, Don’t Let It Finish You!................... 42

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Traxler, Introduction to Psycholinguistics: Understanding Language Science............................................................................................ 38

Wilmshurst, Essentials of Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Second Edition ....................................................................................................3

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Understanding Abnormal Child Psychology, Third Edition, Phares .........5 Understanding Children’s Development, Fifth Edition, Smith/Cowie/Blades........................................................................................ 27 Understanding Emotions, Third Edition, Keltner/Oatley/Jenkins.......... 12 Understanding Motivation and Emotion, Sixth Edition, Reeve.............. 12 Urbina, Essentials of Psychological Testing, Second Edition .....................7

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