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Reasoning and thinking:

Reasoning and thinking:

by K.I. Manktelow

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An undergraduate textbook which reviews psychological research in the major areas of reasoning and thinking. It covers major theoretical debates, and recurring themes include human rationality, the... (more)

Developmental neuropsychiatry: Volume 2: Assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of developmental disorders

Developmental neuropsychiatry: Volume 2: Assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of developmental disorders

by James C. Harris

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James Harris's two volume work offers a comprehensive approach to developmental neuropsychiatry. Grounded in neuroscience but enriched by clinical realities, this text provides a review of the... (more)

Developmental neuropsychiatry: Volume 1: Fundamentals

Developmental neuropsychiatry: Volume 1: Fundamentals

by James C. Harris

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In the late 1990s, advances in neuroscience have begun to impact developmental psychiatry. James Harris's two-volume work on developmental neuropsychiatry reviews this emerging clinical speciality.... (more)

Essential components of cognitive-behaviour therapy for depression:

Essential components of cognitive-behaviour therapy for depression:

by Jacqueline B. Persons

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This work aims to take readers on a tour of the essential components of cognitive-behaviour therapy for depression. The authors emphasize the theory and practices of Aaron T. Beck, to create a book... (more)

Clinical psychology, 'race' and culture: A training manual

Clinical psychology, 'race' and culture: A training manual

Edited by Nimisha Patel, Neelam Dosanjh

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This book aims to sensitise mental health professionals, whether they are individual clinicians or groups and institutions, to the needs of people from ethnic minority backgrounds. It also seeks to... (more)

Coping: The psychology of what works

Coping: The psychology of what works

by C.R. Snyder

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Most people take the process of coping for granted as they go about their daily activities. This volume builds on people's strengths, emphasizing their role as positive copers. It features techniques... (more)

Practitioner's guide to empirically-based measures of depression:

Practitioner's guide to empirically-based measures of depression:

by Arthur M. Nezu

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This first volume in a series of clinical assessment handbooks, is intended to guide clinicians and researchers in choosing practical tools relevant for clinical assessment, intervention, and/or... (more)

Mixing methods in psychology: The integration of qualitative and quantitative methods in theory and practice

Mixing methods in psychology: The integration of qualitative and quantitative methods in theory and practice

Edited by Zazie Todd

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Can you combine qualitative and quantitative methods in psychology? What are the practical and theoretical issues involved? This volume looks in detail at the problems involved in attempting to... (more)

Principles of abilities and human learning:

Principles of abilities and human learning:

by Michael J.A. Howe

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This text is about human abilities and the ways in which people acquire and extend them. It contains facts about people's learning and the mental processes that make it possible. The aim is to help... (more)

Mechanisms of Cortical Development

Mechanisms of Cortical Development

by David Price, D. Willshaw

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This approach, combining the fundamentals of developmental neurobiology with accessible neural modelling, is intended for postgraduates and researchers in neuroscience generally and developmental... (more)

The depressed child and adolescent

The depressed child and adolescent

Edited by Ian M. Goodyer

  • Paperback £95.00

Second edition. This is an account of the nature and characteristics of depression in children and adolescents. It discusses the historical development of the concept and provides a synthesis of... (more)

Women and Schizophrenia:

Women and Schizophrenia:

Edited by David J. Castle

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A comprehensive review of this complex area which encompasses the social and psychological aspects, amongst others, of schizophrenia as experienced by women. 112 pages. (more)

Conduct Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence

Conduct Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence

Edited by Jonathan Hill, Barbara Maughan

  • Paperback £93.99

Reviews established and emerging aspects of conduct disorder, highlighting its complexity and likely heterogeneity, including biological, neuropsychological and cognitive factors, and the role of... (more)

The Annual of Psychoanalysis: Vol 25

The Annual of Psychoanalysis: Vol 25

Edited by Jerome A. Winer

  • Hardback £46.99

This collection of articles covers a range of psychoanalytical topics, including: self-pity, dependence, manipulation and exploitation; psychopharmacotherapy and psychotherapy; from empathy to... (more)

Species of mind: The philosophy and biology of cognitive ethology

Species of mind: The philosophy and biology of cognitive ethology

by Colin Allen, Marc Bekoff

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The authors approach their work from a perspective that considers arguments about evolutionary continuity to be as applicable to the study of animal minds as they are to comparative studies of animal... (more)

Memory: A guide for professionals

Memory: A guide for professionals

by Alan Parkin

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This text should aims to assist professionals concerned with assessing and treating False Memory and Fake Memory syndromes, with a clear overview of the way that memory works from a scientific... (more)

Entering the child's mind: The clinical interview in psychological research and practice

Entering the child's mind: The clinical interview in psychological research and practice

by Herbert P. Ginsburg

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A volume that aims to teach a technique for gaining insight into a child's way of thinking. The author presents the "clinical interview" as a tool that, when understood and used properly, can provide... (more)

Treatment for chronic depression: Cognitive behavioural analysis system of psychotherapy

Treatment for chronic depression: Cognitive behavioural analysis system of psychotherapy

by James P. Jnr McCullough

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This volume describes the Cognitive Behavioural Analysis System of Psyotherapy (CBASP), a research-based approach designed to motivate depressed clients to change and to help them develop needed... (more)

Treating Postnatal Depression: A Psychological Approach for Health Care Practitioners

Treating Postnatal Depression: A Psychological Approach for Health Care Practitioners

by Jeannette Milgrom

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This text provides an understanding of depression following childbirth which draws together current theories and research to produce an intervention framework. It outlines clinical guidelines and... (more)

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