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Clinical Psychology and Single-case: A Practical Approach to Treatment Planning & Evaluation

Clinical Psychology and Single-case: A Practical Approach to Treatment Planning & Evaluation

by Franz Petermann, Jorg Muller

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This work focuses on the importance of learning from single case evaluation of the therapeutic process, an approach which is appropriate to the demand for evidence based, managed care. (more)

Mental Healthcare Matters in Primary Care

Mental Healthcare Matters in Primary Care

by Ruth Chambers, Gill Wakely

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This book provides the information and learning resources that allow those working in the Mental Health part of the NHS to develop their skills in their area of practice. The book bridges the gap... (more)

Alzheimers Disease V 7:

Alzheimers Disease V 7:

Edited by Khalid Iqbal

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Frontal-subcortical circuits in psychiatric and neurological disorders:

Frontal-subcortical circuits in psychiatric and neurological disorders:

by David G. Lichter, Jeffrey L. Cummings

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Contemporary research on the links between brain, mind and human behaviour has revealed the key role of the frontal-subcortical circuits. This volume reviews current knowledge on the anatomy of these... (more)

Motivational science: Social personality perspectives

Motivational science: Social personality perspectives

by Tory E. Higgins, Arie W. Kruglanski

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A collection of articles that define the field of motivational science. It provides an introduction to social-personality contributions to motivational science at a level suitable for both advanced... (more)

Everyday Thinking: Memory, Reasoning and Judgement in the Real World

Everyday Thinking: Memory, Reasoning and Judgement in the Real World

by Stanley Woll

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The subjects in this work include: the value and appeal of research on everyday thought; forming and remembering impressions of people; placing faces; remembering everyday events and actions; and... (more)

General practice: demanding work: Understanding patterns of work in primary care

General practice: demanding work: Understanding patterns of work in primary care

by John Waller, Paul Hodgkin

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A discussion of patterns of work in primary care. It shows how to monitor, understand and plan everyday services offered by practices. There is data describing what happens on a daily basis in... (more)

Cognitive interfaces: Constraints on linking cognitive information

Cognitive interfaces: Constraints on linking cognitive information

Edited by Emile Van der Zee, Urpo Nikanne

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Considers the architecture of the mind and the relationship between language and cognition. Contributors discuss how information is linked between different cognitive and expressive levels - so that... (more)

Interpretation of schizophrenia:

Interpretation of schizophrenia:

by Silvano Arieti

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In this work, viewed as his major book, the author discusses how schizophrenia can be recognised, interpreted and treated. It presents an understanding of the principles and practice of psychotherapy... (more)

Delusions: Investigations into the psychology of delusional reasoning

Delusions: Investigations into the psychology of delusional reasoning

by Philippa A. Garety, David R. Hemsley

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This text presents a psychological model of delusions, employing the neglected strategy of single symptom research and the tools of cognitive psychology. (more)

The brain and emotion:

The brain and emotion:

by Edmund T. Rolls

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What are emotions and why do we have them? What are the brain processes involved in emotion and how can emotional disorders be understood? This (more)

Psychopharmacology and psychotherapy: A collaborative approach

Psychopharmacology and psychotherapy: A collaborative approach

by Michelle Riba

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This guide to psychopharmacology and psychotherapy covers major topics in collaborative treatment, including positive and negative aspects, legal implications and guidelines to maximize the process. (more)

Delusional disorders:

Delusional disorders:

by Alistair Munro

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Delusional disorder, once termed paranoia, was an important diagnosis in the late-19th and early-20th centuries, and only in 1987 was it reintroduced into modern psychiatric diagnosis after being... (more)

The suicidal patient: Recognition, intervention, management

The suicidal patient: Recognition, intervention, management

by Victor M. Victoroff

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This text, based on Dr Victoroff's lectures and seminars, describes the phenomenon of suicide as the doctor encounters the event. It offers suggestions regarding how persons and institutions might... (more)

Cognitive behaviour therapy for chronic illness: A guide to assessment and treatment in practice

Cognitive behaviour therapy for chronic illness: A guide to assessment and treatment in practice

by Craig A. White

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This title offers a general introduction to methods and clinical experience of CBT for a wide range of medical conditions, specifically focusing on chronic illness. 300 pages. (more)

Living with Brain Injury: A Guide for Families and Caregivers

Living with Brain Injury: A Guide for Families and Caregivers

Edited by Sonia Acorn, Penny Offer

  • Paperback £19.99

An injury to the brain can affect every aspect of a person's daily life, including physical abilities and psychological make-up, relationships and family roles, school and employment, recreation and... (more)

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