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  1. Emotions and Anxiety (PLE: Emotion)

    New Concepts, Methods, and Applications

    Edited by Marvin Zuckerman, Charles D. Spielberger

    Series: Psychology Library Editions: Emotion

    First published in 1976, this volume was completely new with original contributions and traces the advances in theory and research on anxiety and emotion of the previous decade. The authors examine the origins of fear, anxiety, and other emotions and consider self-report and psychophysiological...

    Published November 17th 2014 by Psychology Press

  2. Suicidal Behaviour

    Underlying dynamics

    Edited by Updesh Kumar

    Suicidal Behaviour: Underlying dynamics is a wide ranging collection of articles that builds upon an earlier volume by the same editor (Suicidal Behaviour: Assessment of people-at-risk, 2010) and delves deeper into the dynamics of suicide by synthesizing significant psychological and...

    Published November 16th 2014 by Routledge

  3. Behind the Badge

    A Psychological Treatment Handbook for Law Enforcement Officers

    Edited by Sharon M. Freeman Clevenger, Laurence Miller, Bret A. Moore, Arthur Freeman

    This volume is the logical follow-up to the military treatment handbook: Living and Surviving in Harm’s Way. Sharon Freeman Clevenger, Laurence Miller, Bret Moore, and Arthur Freeman return with this dynamic handbook ideal for law enforcement agencies interested in the psychological health of their...

    Published November 12th 2014 by Routledge

  4. For the Common Good

    Essays of Harold Lewis

    Edited by Michael Reisch

    For the Common Good is an anthology of selected essays by Dr. Harold Lewis, one of the intellectual leaders of the social work profession. Social work literature often reflects powerful ahistorical tendencies which, in recent years, have produced analyses of social issues that lack awareness of...

    Published November 9th 2014 by Routledge

  5. Adolescent Psychiatry, V. 23

    Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry

    Edited by Aaron H. Esman

    Launched in 1971, Adolescent Psychiatry, in the words of founding coeditors Sherman C. Feinstein, Peter L. Giovacchinni, and Arthur A. Miller, promised "to explore adolescence as a process . . . to enter challenging and exciting areas that may have profound effects on our basic concepts." Further,...

    Published November 9th 2014 by Routledge

  6. Textbook Of Behavioural Managed Care

    By William L. Poynter

    Published November 9th 2014 by Routledge

  7. Children and Disasters

    By Norma Gordon, Norman L. Farberow, Carl A. Maida

    Series: Series in Trauma and Loss

    Published November 9th 2014 by Routledge

  8. Handbook of Psychological Assessment in Primary Care Settings

    Edited by Mark E. Maruish

    As managed care evolves, the movement toward the integration of behavioral healthcare services into primary medical practices has begun to gain momentum. Primary care providers, in general, are not professionally equipped to identify and monitor mental health and substance abuse problems. Thus,...

    Published November 9th 2014 by Routledge

  9. Psychoanalytic Conversations

    Interviews with Clinicians, Commentators, and Critics

    By Peter L. Rudnytsky

    In this stunning addition to what has of late become a distinct genre of psychoanalytic literature, Peter Rudnytsky presents 10 substantive and provocative interviews with leading analysts, with theorists from allied fields, and with influential Freud critics. In conversations that Rudnytsky...

    Published November 9th 2014 by Routledge

  10. The Self Psychology of Addiction and its Treatment

    Narcissus in Wonderland

    By Richard B. Ulman, Harry Paul

    In the time of Freud, the typical psychoanalytic patient was afflicted with neurotic disorders; however, the modern-day psychotherapy patient often suffers instead from a variety of addictive disorders. As the treatment of neurotic disorders based on unconscious conflicts cannot be applied to...

    Published November 9th 2014 by Routledge