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  1. Handbook of Cross-Cultural and Multicultural Personality Assessment

    Edited by Richard H. Dana

    Throughout the world as in the United States, psychologists are increasingly being called upon to evaluate clients whose backgrounds differ from their own. It has long been recognized that standard personality and psychopathology assessment instruments carry cultural biases, and in recent years,...

    Published January 31st 2000 by Routledge

  2. Advanced Abnormal Child Psychology

    2nd Edition

    Edited by Michel Hersen, Robert T. Ammerman

    There was a time when abnormal child psychology was the stepchild of abnormal psychology, with perhaps one or two chapters in an entire advanced textbook devoted to children. Given the explosive amount of new research on child development in general since the 1980s, "stepchild" is obviously no...

    Published January 31st 2000 by Routledge

  3. Clinician's Guide To Neuropsychological Assessment

    2nd Edition

    Edited by Rodney D. Vanderploeg

    Neuropsychological assessment is a difficult and complicated process. Often, experienced clinicians as well as trainees and students gloss over fundamental problems or fail to consider potential sources of error. Since formal test data on the surface appear unambiguous and objective, they may fall...

    Published September 30th 1999 by Psychology Press

  4. Personality Disorders in Older Adults

    Emerging Issues in Diagnosis and Treatment

    Edited by Erlene Rosowsky, Robert C. Abrams, Richard A. Zweig

    As the average age of the population rises, mental health professionals have become increasingly aware of the critical importance of personality in mediating successful adaptation in later life. Personality disorders were once thought to "age out," and accordingly to have an inconsequential impact...

    Published May 31st 1999 by Routledge

  5. The Evaluation and Treatment of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

    Edited by Nils R. Varney, Richard J. Roberts

    Moving beyond the debate over whether and to what degree mild head injury has lasting neuropsychological sequelae, this book is predicated on the assumption that it does cause some problems in some circumstances for some people. It focuses on the practical questions of who is injured, how injuries...

    Published April 30th 1999 by Psychology Press

  6. The Psychological Assessment of Abused and Traumatized Children

    By Francis D. Kelly

    The past decade has seen more and more clinicians involved in the assessment and treatment of abused and traumatized children. They have contributed to an impressively large body of literature on the impact of abuse and trauma at all ages, the focus of which has been the short and long-term...

    Published February 28th 1999 by Routledge

  7. Anxiety Sensitivity

    theory, Research, and Treatment of the Fear of Anxiety

    Edited by Steven Taylor

    Anxiety sensitivity (AS) is the fear of anxiety sensations which arises from beliefs that these sensations have harmful somatic, social, or psychological consequences. Over the past decade, AS has attracted a great deal of attention from researchers and clinicians with more than 100 peer-reviewed...

    Published December 31st 1998 by Routledge

  8. Self Psychology and Diagnostic Assessment

    Identifying Selfobject Functions Through Psychological Testing

    By Marshall L. Silverstein

    The self psychology of Heinz Kohut has been an important force in contemporary psychoanalytic thought and its ramifications for therapy have been extensively explored. Now, Marshall Silverstein offers the first analysis of the application of self psychology to projective diagnostic assessment....

    Published December 31st 1998 by Routledge

  9. Historical and Geographical Influences on Psychopathology

    Edited by Patricia Cohen, Cheryl Slomkowski, Lee N. Robins

    This book begins with the assumption that a deep understanding of the origins of psychopathology, human dysfunction, and their course is fundamental to the quest for the good society, and perhaps, even to our survival as a species. The studies presented compare prevalences and risk factors across...

    Published November 30th 1998 by Routledge

  10. Human Cognitive Abilities in Theory and Practice

    Edited by John J. McArdle, Richard W. Woodcock

    Research on human cognitive abilities has a long history in psychology and education, and has been widely applied to practical problems in schools, clinics, and employment settings. This book explores the historical background and current views of how human intelligence manifests itself in...

    Published August 31st 1998 by Psychology Press