Theory and Practice
by Gertrude Blanck & Rubin Blanck
In Ego Psychology II, Gertrude and Rubin Blanck elaborate upon ego psychological theory, extending and broadening it into a psychoanalytic developmental psychology. They present the unifying proposal, derived from Freud's concept of an overall ...
by Dorottya Fabian, Renee Timmers & Emery Schubert
What does it mean to be expressive in music performance across diverse historical and cultural domains? What are the means at the disposal of a performer in various time periods and musical practice conventions? What are the conceptualisations of ...
by Dorothy Judd
by Taylor Barbara
'The lived past is never really past; it endures in us in more ways than we understand. Sometimes it doesn't even feel like the past; it just feels like life itself, like the way things have always been and always will be, now as before, then and ...
by John Santrock, Lauren Breen, Phillipa Butcher & others
by Franck Grammont, Dorothee Legrand & Pierre Livet
Intention was seen traditionally as a philosophical concept, before being debated more recently from psychological and social perspectives. Today the cognitive sciences approach intention empirically, at the level of its underlying mechanisms.
by Adam Cash
Understand why you feel and act the way you do Psychology For Dummies is a fun, user-friendly guide to the basics of human behavior and mental processes. In plain Englishand using lots of everyday examplespsychologist Dr. Adam Cash cuts through ...
by Lori A. Zoellner & Norah C. Feeny
Contrary to popular belief, resilience is the norm following traumatic experiences. What enables most trauma survivors to heal over time, without intervention? For those who struggle with ongoing posttraumatic symptoms, how can clinicians tap ...
The Portman Clinic Approach
by Andrew Williams & John Woods
Forensic Group Psychotherapy: The Portman Clinic Approach stands as a comprehensive account of theoretical and practical approaches to the group treatment of patients who present with problematic sexual behaviour, criminality, and violence.
by Lawrence M. Scheier & William B. Hansen
Teen drug use is a critical and timely health issue that deeply affects adolescent development in a number of important areas, including social, cognitive, and affective functioning, as well as long-term health and wellbeing. Trends indicate that ...
by Iain Walker and Ngaire Donaghue & Martha Augoustinos
A Tribute to Michael S. Gazzaniga
by Patricia A. Reuter-Lorenz, Kathleen Baynes, George R. Mangun & others
These essays on a range of topics in the cognitive neurosciences report on the progress in the field over the twenty years of its existence and reflect the many groundbreaking scientific contributions and enduring influence of Michael Gazzaniga, ...
by Justin J. Lehmiller
The Psychology of Human Sexuality offers a comprehensive overview of human sexual behavior from a biopsychosocial perspective. The text highlights psychological research and theory on human sexuality whilst also considering the biological, ...
An Epistemological Inquiry
by James T. Lamiell
The Information Content of Visual Processes
by Liliana Albertazzi, Gert J. van Tonder & Dhanraj Vishwanath
This book breaks with the conventional model of perception that views vision as a mere inference to an objective reality on the basis of "inverse optics." The authors offer the alternative view that perception is an expressive and ...
by Hugh Rosen
by S Alexander Haslam and Craig McGarty
by Christian;Ginsburg, Joannah Jarrett
The Bedside Book of Psychology delves deep into consciousness and casts light into the hidden reasons why we feel, think, and behave in the ways we do. Packed with illuminating real-life examples, profiles of famous psychologists, and exercises ...
by James Davies
Why is psychiatry such big business? Why are so many psychiatric drugs prescribed and why, without solid scientific justification, has the number of mental disorders risen from 106 in 1952 to 374 today?Controversial and powerful, Cracked - by ...