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2 Table of Contents Introductory Psychology...1 Psychology of adjustment...3 Child psychology...4 Developmental Psychology...4 Abnormal Psychology...6 Clinical Psychology...12 Counseling & Psychotherapy...13 Counseling & Psychotherapy Clinical Practicum & Fieldwork...25 Social Psychology...26 Forensic Psychology...27 Personality...29 Research Methods & Statistics...31 Testing & Measurement...36 Educational and School Psychology...41 Health Psychology...42 Cognitive Psychology...44 Motivation and Emotion...45 Evolutionary Psychology...46 history of Psychology...47 Industrial & Organizational Psychology...48 Career Development & Counseling...49 AUTHOR Index...50 TITLE INDEX...53 Notes...56

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4 Introductory Psychology Psychology Brain, Behavior & Culture Fifth Edition Robin M. Kowalski Drew Westen New Edition Coming Soon! Living Psychology Karen Huffman, Palomar College pp. Paper 2006 Enhanced with Huffman's well-known Active Learning pedagogy and perfect for one-semester courses, Living Psychology uses a flexible organization and approach to present the basics of introductory psychology in 15 streamlined chapters. Engaging applications culled from academic and diverse, everyday life give the text a real-world focus for today's changing student population. Balances rigor and accessibility with cuttingedge research and technology. Shows with proven, often hands-on techniques how psychology applies to every aspect of modern life: from careers, business, and politics, to student life, romantic relationships, childcare, parenting, and more. Offers numerous study tips, techniques for mastering the material, and opportunities for self-assessment. Available with WileyPLUS, a powerful tool that provides an integrated suite of teaching and learning resources, including an online version of the text. 1. Introduction and Research Methods. 2. Neuroscience and Biological Foundations. 3. Stress and Health. 4. Sensation and Perception. 5. Consciousness. 6. Learning. 7. Memory. 8. Thinking, Language, and Intelligence. 9. Life Span Development. 10. Motivation and Emotion. 11. Personality. 12. Psychological Disorders. 13. Therapy. 14. Social Psychology. 15. Living Psychology in a Global Economy. Psychology: Brain, Behavior & Culture, Fifth Edition Robin M. Kowalski, Clemson University and Drew Westen, Emory University pp. Hardcover 2009 In this memorable, engaging text, students learn how psychology relates to their everyday lives while developing evaluative reasoning skills critical to everyday life, as well as skills crucial for students who become psychology majors. The new Fifth Edition has an increased emphasis on research. Each chapter now offers a two-page feature that describes a classic study in psychology related to the chapter. This feature introduces the context and background information for the study, showing students the various ways research ideas originate. It then moves on to the content of the study using an approach that makes the information accessible, understandable, and engaging to the student. This feature also takes the student beyond the study, looking at the direction of research after the publication of the study. Coauthor Robin Kowalski brings her expertise in social psychology, health psychology, and gender psychology to this new edition. Available with WileyPLUS, a powerful tool that provides an integrated suite of teaching and learning resources, including an online version of the text. Table of Contents: 1. Psychology: The Study of Mental Processes and Behavior. 2. Research Methods in Psychology. 3. Biological Bases of Behavior. 4. Sensation and Perception. 5. Learning. 6. Memory. 7. Thought and Language. 8. Intelligence. 9. Consciousness. 10. Motivation and Emotion. 11. Health, Stress, and Coping. 12. Personality. 13. Life-Span Development. 14. Psychological Disorders. 15. Treatment of Psychological Disorders. 16. Attitudes and Social Cognition. 17. Interpersonal Processes. Visit for more information on Wiley Psychology Books

5 Introductory Psychology New Edition! Psychology in Action, Eighth Edition Karen Huffman, Palomar College pp. Hardcover 2007 Karen Huffman and Psychology in Action have become the acknowledged leaders of active learning and student success. This refined and expanded Eighth Edition helps students examine their own personal studying and learning styles with several new pedagogical aids encouraging students to apply what they are learning to their everyday lives. Psychology in Action continues to offer ongoing study tips and psychological techniques for mastering the material. Most importantly, students are provided with numerous opportunities to immediately apply their understanding. Available with WileyPLUS, a powerful tool that provides an integrated suite of teaching and learning resources, including an online version of the text. 1. Introduction and Research Methods. 2. Neuroscience and Biological Foundations. 3. Stress and Health Management. 4. Sensation and Perception. 5. States of Consciousness. 6. Learning. 7. Memory. 8. Thinking, Language, and Intelligence. 9. Life Span Development I. 10. Life Span Development II. 11. Gender and Human Sexuality. 12. Motivation and Emotion. 13. Personality. 14. Psychological Disorders. 15. Therapy. 16. Social Psychology. Available Separately Upon Request: 17. Industrial / Organizational Psychology. 18. Human Performance in a Global Economy. Psychology in Action, Eighth Edition in Modules Karen Huffman, Palomar College pp. Paper 2008 This version of the popular Eighth Edition of Psychology in Action follows a modular approach to the study of psychology, providing study tips and psychological techniques for mastering the material. This approach motivates the reader while quickly expanding their understanding of the subject. Available with WileyPLUS, a powerful tool that provides an integrated suite of teaching and learning resources, including an online version of the text. 1. Introduction and Research Methods. 2. Neuroscience and Biological Foundations. 3. Stress and Health Psychology. 4. Sensation and Perception. 5. States of Consciousness. 6. Learning. 7. Memory. 8. Thinking, Language, and Intelligence. 9. Life Span Development. 10. Life Span Development II. 11. Motivation and Emotion. 12. Personality. 13. Psychological Disorders. 14. Therapy. 15. Social Psychology. 2 WILEY PSYCHOLOGY 2008

6 Psychology of adjustment New! Visualizing Psychology Siri Carpenter, Yale University and Karen Huffman, Palomar College pp. Paper 2008 This text provides a new, visually oriented look into the field of psychology. Visualizing Psychology presents a straightforward, logically intuitive approach. With the help of illustrations and graphics, the book brings complex concepts to life. Huffman also uses a user-friendly approach to engage the reader. Available with WileyPLUS, a powerful tool that provides an integrated suite of teaching and learning resources, including an online version of the text. 1. Introduction and Research Methods. 2. Neuroscience and Biological Foundations. 3. Stress and Health Psychology. 4. Sensation and Perception. 5. Consciousness. 6. Learning. 7. Memory. 8. Thinking, Language, and Intelligence. 9. Life-Span Development I. 10. Life-Span Development II. 11. Motivation and Emotion. 12. Personality: Psychological Disorders. 13. Therapy: Social Psychology. New Edition! Psychology and the Challenges of Life: Adjustment in the New Millennium, Tenth Edition Jeffrey S. Nevid, St. John's University and Spencer A. Rathus, New York University pp. Hardcover 2007 This new edition illustrates how psychology provides the basis for meeting many of the challenges of contemporary life. The text's integrated emphasis on diversity promotes a more inclusive view of personal adjustment. Coverage of diversity issues throughout provides reasons why psychologists study human diversity and relates those reasons to issues of personal adjustment. In this edition, the authors investigate how advances in technology are changing our everyday lives. Available with WileyPLUS, a powerful tool that provides an integrated suite of teaching and learning resources, including an online version of the text. 1. Psychology and the Challenges of Life. 2. Personality. 3. Stress: What Is It and How to Manage It? 4. Physiological Factors and Health. 5. Developing Healthier Behaviors. 6. The Self in a Social World. 7. Social Influence: Being Influenced By and Influencing Others. 8. Psychological Disorders. 9. Therapies: Ways of Helping. 10. Gender Roles and Gender Differences. 11. Interpersonal Attraction: Of Friendship and Love. 12. Relationships and Communication: Getting From Here to There. 13. Sexual Behavior. 14. Adolescent and Adult Development: Going Through Changes. 15. The Challenges of the Workplace. Visit for more information on Wiley Psychology Books

7 Child psychology Developmental Psychology Child Psychology Child Development in a Changing Society Fifth Edition Adult Development and Aging Biopsychosocial Perspectives Third Edition Robin Harwood Ross Vasta Scott A. Miller New Edition! Susan Krauss Whitbourne New Edition! Child Psychology: Child Development in a Changing Society, Fifth Edition Robin Harwood, University of Connecticut, Ross Vasta, State University of New York at Brockport, and Scott A. Miller, University of Florida pp. Hardcover 2008 This new edition presents a topical approach with an up-to-date, accurate, and balanced treatment of child psychology. The text captures the themes and emphases that characterize contemporary thinking in the field and offers consistent and balanced framing of issues and research in terms of the major theoretical positions in the field. Pedagogical aids include chapter-opening vignettes, a running glossary, internal summaries, end-of-chapter visual summaries, and boxed material. 1. Frameworks for Child Development. 2. Studying Child Development and Its Contexts. 3. The Biological Context of Development. 4. Prenatal Development, Birth, and the Newborn. 5. Early Capacities in Infancy. 6. The Brain, Physical Growth, and Health. 7. Piaget and Vygotsky. 8. Information Processing and Core Knowledge Approaches. 9. Intelligence and Schooling. 10. Language and Communication. 11. Social and Emotional Worlds of Infants and Children. 12. Self and Identity. 13. Sex Differences and Gender Role Development. 14. Moral Development. 15. Relationships with Peers. 16. Families and Society. Adult Development and Aging: Biopsychosocial Perspectives, Third Edition Susan Krauss Whitbourne, University of Massachusetts, Amherst pp. Hardcover 2009 In this Third Edition of Adult Development and Aging: Biopsychosocial Perspectives, Susan Krauss Whitbourne provides current information and a positive perspective on the years of adulthood and old age. Thoroughly revised with updated references and recent findings, the Third Edition combines both research and applied perspectives, and integrates information from the biological, cognitive, and psychosocial perspectives as they relate to the middle and later years of adulthood, using both a researchoriented and practical focus. How Do You Feel? A feature incorporated into the text that surveys students feelings and thoughts on issues pertaining to aging One to three case vignettes per chapter to illustrate themes of each chapter Supplement program created by the author, including an Instructor s Manual (containing chapter objectives, discussion questions, and suggested videos and demonstrations), Test Bank, and a full set of PowerPoint slides 1. Themes and Issues in Adult Development and Aging. 2. Models of Development: Nature and Nurture in Adulthood. 3. The Study of Adult Development and Aging: Research Methods. 4. Physical and Sensory Changes in Adulthood and Old Age. 5. Health and Prevention. 6. Basic Cognitive Functions: Information Processing, Attention, and Memory. 7. Higher-Order Functioning: Language, Problem Solving, Intelligence, and Wisdom. 8. Personality and Patterns of Coping. 9. Relationships. 10. Work, Retirement, and Leisure Patterns. 11. Mental Health Issues and Treatment. 12. Treatment Sites for Chronic Disorders in Adulthood. 13. Death and Dying. 14. Successful Aging and Creativity. WILEY PSYCHOLOGY 2008

8 Developmental Psychology New! Developmental Psychology: An Advanced Course William Damon, Stanford University and Richard M. Lerner, Tufts University, Editors pp. Hardcover 2008 Incorporating the advice of instructors from a variety of disciplines within the fields of psychology and education, the authors chose and condensed chapters from the authoritative Handbook of Child Psychology that best match the needs of students in advanced courses in developmental psychology. This text covers the biological, social, cognitive, emotional, and moral aspects of development, as well as diversity and applied topics, such as the promotion of prosocial development. Table of Contents: I. INTRODUCTION. II. BIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS. 1. Neural Bases of Cognitive Development. 2. Temperament. III. PARENTAL AND PEER RELATIONS. 3. Socialization in the Family. 4. Peer Interactions, Relationships, and Groups. IV. PERSONALITY, SELF, AND SELF- CONCEPT. 5. Personality Development. 6. The Self. V. LANGUAGE AND THOUGHT. 7. Acquiring Linguistic Constructions. 8. Conceptual Development. 9. Development of Artistic and Musical Understanding. VI. EMOTION AND MOTIVATION. 10. Emotional Development: Action, Communication, and Understanding. 11. Development of Achievement Motivation. VII. PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR, ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR, AND MORAL DEVELOPMENT. 12. Aggression and Antisocial Behavior in Youth. 13. The Development of Morality. VIII. ADOLESCENCE. 14. The Second Decade: What Develops and How. 15. Adolescent Development: Interpersonal Context. IX. DIVERSITY IN DEVELOPMENT. 16. Cultural and Cognitive Development. 17. Gender Development. 18. Phenomenology and Ecological Systems Theory; Development of Diverse Groups. X. CHILD PSYCHOLOGY IN PRACTICE: POLICY, EDUCATION, AND CLINICAL APPLICATIONS. Neuroscience of Cognitive Development: The Role of Experience and the Developing Brain Charles A. Nelson, Harvard University, Michelle de Haan, University College, London, and Kathleen M. Thomas, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis pp. Hardcover Brain Development and Neural Plasticity. 2. Neural Plasticity. 3. Methods of Cognitive Neuroscience. 4. The Development of Speech and Language. 5. The Development of Declarative (or Explicit) Memory. 6. The Development of Nondeclarative (or Implicit) Memory. 7. The Development of Spatial Cognition. 8. The Development of Object Recognition. 9. The Development of Social Cognition. 10. The Development of Higher Cognition (Executive) Functions. 11. The Development of Attention. 12. The Future of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Also Available New! Handbook of Adolescent Psychology, Second Edition Richard M. Lerner, Tufts University and Laurence Steinberg, Temple University, Editors pp. Hardcover 2004 Offers a comprehensive and balanced look at adolescent development. Covers the latest trends and provides insights into the future. Brief Part I. Foundations of the Developmental Science of Adolescence. Part II: Social Relationships and Social Contexts in Adolescence. Part III. Adolescent Challenges, Choices, and Positive Youth Development. Visit for more information on Wiley Psychology Books

9 Abnormal Psychology Abnormal Psychology The Enduring Issues Second Edition James H. Hansell Lisa Damour New Edition! Abnormal Psychology: The Enduring Issues, Second Edition James H. Hansell, University of Michigan, and Lisa Damour, John Carroll University pp. Paper 2009 Written by practicing clinicians and featuring a streamlined table of contents, Abnormal Psychology offers a new, innovative approach to the teaching of abnormal psychology. While covering the latest DSM-IV-TR system, Abnormal Psychology, Second Edition places the system in a larger context by focusing on five Core Concepts designed to help students better detail, classify, explain, and ultimately better understand abnormal behavior. Additionally, biological content in each chapter is now supported by a visual essay that uses line art, photos, graphs, and diagrams to illuminate complex biological processes. Fresh case studies, a strong research base, and up-to-the-minute coverage of social and legal issues make this text a welcome new offering. Available with WileyPLUS, a powerful tool that provides an integrated suite of teaching and learning resources, including an online version of the text. 1. Defining Abnormality: What is Psychopathology? 2. Explaining Abnormality: What Causes Psychopathology? 3. Classifying Abnormality: Diagnosis, Assessment, and Research. 4. Anxiety and the Anxiety Disorders. 5. Mood and the Mood Disorders. 6. Stress, Health, and the Somatoform Disorders. 7. Dissociation and the Dissociative Disorders. 8. Eating, Weight, and the Eating Disorders. 9. Drug Use and the Substance Use Disorders. 10. Sex, Gender, and the Sexual Disorders. 11. Personality and the Personality Disorders. 12. Psychosis and Schizophrenia. 13. Disorders of Childhood. 14. Disorders of Cognition. Abnormal Psychology, Tenth Edition Ann M. Kring, University of California, Berkeley, Gerald C. Davison, University of Southern California, John M. Neale, SUNY Stony Brook, and Sheri L. Johnson, University of Miami pp. Hardcover 2007 Now in its Tenth Edition, this market-leading Abnormal Psychology text gives students the opportunity to explore the latest theories and research in the field. With greatly expanded pedagogical features, including clinical cases, figures, tables, and accessible writing style, Abnormal Psychology continues to emphasize an integrated approach, showing how psychopathology is best understood by considering multiple perspectives of disorders as well as the best possible treatments. Author Ann Kring continues to maintain the traditions that the book has been known for over the years and adds her expertise in emotion and psychopathology, with an emphasis on gender, ethnicity, and culture. Available with WileyPLUS, a powerful tool that provides an integrated suite of teaching and learning resources including an online version of the text. 1. Introduction and Historical Overview. 2. Current Paradigms in Psychopathology. 3. Diagnosis and Assessment. 4. Research Methods in the Study of Psychopathology. 5. Anxiety Disorders. 6. Somatoform Disorders and Dissociative Disorders. 7. Stress and Health. 8. Mood Disorders. 9. Eating Disorders. 10. Substance-Related Disorders. 11. Schizophrenia. 12. Personality Disorders. 13. Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders. 14. Disorders of Childhood. 15. Late Life and Psychological Disorders. 16. Psychological Treatment. 17. Legal and Ethical Issues. WILEY PSYCHOLOGY 2008

10 Abnormal Psychology Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology, Seventh Edition Thomas F. Oltmanns, Washington University, St. Louis, Michele Martin, Wesleyan College, John M. Neale, SUNY Stony Brook, and Gerald C. Davison, University of Southern California, Los Angeles pp. Paper 2007 Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology, Seventh Edition takes mental disorders from the realm of theory into the complex reality of human lives. With a new coauthor and twenty-three cases, this new edition presents comprehensive descriptions of a range of clinical problems, from childhood disorders to psychotic and personality disorders. Essentials of Abnormal Psychology Andrew R. Getzfeld, New Jersey City University and New York University pp. Paper 2006 Provides students with a concise overview of the major topics in abnormal psychology. Makes a perfect companion to primary texts on the topic, or a useful exam study guide. New! Diagnosis and Treatment of Mental Disorders Across the Lifespan Stephanie M. Woo and Carolyn Keatinge, both of Pepperdine University pp. Hardcover 2008 A comprehensive yet accessible reference for students, Diagnosis and Treatment of Mental Disorders Across the Lifespan emphasizes the development and application of clinical diagnosis and treatment skills. This unique reference takes a lifespan approach to psychopathology, including information on etiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, and treatment of a wide range of DSM disorders. I. FUNDAMENTAL CLINICAL SKILLS. 1. Intake and Interviewing. 2. Crisis Issues. 3. Essentials of Diagnosis. 4. Fundamentals of Treatment Planning. II. CLINICAL DISORDERS. 5. Disorders of Childhood I: Pervasive Developmental Disorders. 6. Disorders of Childhood II: ADHD and Other Disruptive Behavior Disorders. 7. Cognitive Disorders. 8. Substance-Related Disorders. 9. Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders. 10. Mood Disorders. 11. Anxiety Disorders. 12. Somatoform and Related Disorders. 13. Eating, Sleep, Sexual, and Gender Identity Disorders. 14. Personality Disorders. Appendix A. Psychopharmacology Visit for more information on Wiley Psychology Books

11 Abnormal Psychology Psychopathology History, Theory, and Diagnosis for Clinicians W. Edward Craighead David J. Miklowitz Linda W. Craighead New! Psychopathology: History, Theory, and Diagnosis for Clinicians W. Edward Craighead, Emory University David J. Miklowitz, University of Colorado, Boulder, and Linda W. Craighead, Emory University, Editors pp. Hardcover 2008 Psychopathology provides comprehensive coverage of adult psychopathology, including an overview of the topic in the context of the DSM. Individual chapters cover the history, theory, and assessment of Axis I and Axis II adult disorders, such as panic disorder, social anxiety, bipolar disorders, schizophrenia, and borderline personality disorder. Each chapter contains the epidemiology, prevalence, and consequences of the disorder; research; behavioral, social, cognitive, and emotional aspects, and treatment. 1. Diagnostic Systems and Historical Perspective. 2. Issues in Diagnosis. 3. Assessment of Psychological Disorders. 4. Panic Disorder. 5. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. 6. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. 7. Social Anxiety and Avoidant Personality Disorders. 8. Generalized Anxiety Disorder. 9. Major Depression. 10. Dysthymia. 11. Bipolar Disorders. 12. Eating Disorders. 13. Alcohol Use Disorders. 14. Substance Use Disorders. 15. Schizophrenia. 16. Somatoform Disorders. 17. Dissociative Disorders. 18. Sleep Disorders. 19. Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders. 20. Delusional and Cluster A Personality Disorders. 21. Sociopathy and Disorders of Aggression and Anger. 22. Borderline Personality Disorder. 23. Comorbidity. 24. Moderators and Mediators of Treatment as They Relate to Psychopathology. New Edition! Adult Psychopathology and Diagnosis, Fifth Edition Michel Hersen, Pacific University, Samuel M. Turner, University of Maryland, College Park, and Deborah C. Beidel, Penn State College of Medicine, Editors pp. Hardcover 2007 The Fifth Edition of this classic text offers students the essential information necessary for understanding psychopathology, assessment, and treatment. Incorporating the nomenclature of the DSM-IV-TR, this important text presents an integration of empirical data and diagnostic criteria to demonstrate the basis for individual diagnoses and provide the opportunity to examine how these diagnoses are reached and treated. Expanded coverage of biological and neurological foundations of disorders Chapters on the impact of race and ethnicity on psychopathology Implications of psychopharmacology More illuminating case studies I. OVERVIEW. 1. Mental Disorders as Discrete Clinical Conditions: Dimensional versus Categorical Classification. 2. The Problem of Dual Diagnosis. 3. Structured and Semistructured Interviews for Differential Diagnosis: Issues and Applications. 4. Impact of Race and Ethnicity. II. SPECIFIC DISORDERS. 5. Delirium, Dementia, and Amnestic and Other Cognitive Disorders. 6. Substance-Related Disorders: Alcohol. 7. Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders: Drugs. 8. Schizophrenia. 9. Mood Disorders: Depressive Disorders. 10. Bipolar Disorders. 11. Anxiety Disorders. 12. Somatoform Disorders. 13. Dissociative Disorders. 14. Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders. 15. Eating Disorders. 16. Sleep Disorders. 17. Personality Disorders. 8 WILEY PSYCHOLOGY 2008

12 Abnormal Psychology Adult Psychopathology Case Studies Irving B. Weiner, University of South Florida, Tampa, Editor pp. Paper 2004 Case studies cover clinical, personal, contextual, theoretical, ethical, and legal dimensions and focus on overlapping themes such as culture, substance abuse, domestic violence, and sexual abuse. I. NORMALITY, ABNORMALITY, AND ADJUSTMENT DISORDER. 1. Defining and Classifying Psychopathology. 2. Adjustment Disorder. II. DISORDERS OF PERSONALITY. 3. Dependent Personality Disorder. 4. Borderline Personality Disorder. 5. Antisocial Personality Disorder. 6. Schizotypal Personality Disorder. 7. Paranoid Personality Disorder. III. ANXIETY AND SOMATOFORM DISORDERS. 8. Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia. 9. Obsessive- Compulsive Disorder. 10. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. 11. Generalized Anxiety Disorder. 12. Pain Disorder. IV. IDENTITY DISORDERS. 13. Dissociative Identity Disorder. 14. Gender Identity Disorder. V. Habit Disorders. 15. Polysubstance Dependence. 16. Bulimia Nervosa. VI. MOOD DISORDERS AND SCHIZOPHRENIA. 17. Depressive Disorder. 18. Bipolar Disorder. 19. Schizophrenia. Personality Disorders in Modern Life, Second Edition Theodore Millon, Seth Grossman, Carrie M. Millon, Sarah Meagher, and Rowena Ramnath, all of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Personology and Psychopathology, Coral Gables, FL pp. Hardcover 2004 Written by the leading experts in the field, this revised textbook offers a thorough but concise examination of the subtleties involved in understanding and treating these debilitating disorders. 1. Personality Disorders: Classical Foundations. 2. Personality Disorders: Contemporary Perspectives. 3. Development of Personality Disorders. 4. Assessment and Therapy of the Personality Disorders. 5. The Antisocial Personality. 6. The Avoidant Personality. 7. The Obsessive-Compulsive Personality. 8. The Dependent Personality. 9. The Histrionic Personality. 10. The Narcissistic Personality. 11. The Schizoid Personality. 12. The Schizotypal Personality. 13. The Paranoid Personality. 14. The Borderline Personality. 15. Personality Disorders From the Appendices of DSM-III-R and DSM-IV. Visit for more information on Wiley Psychology Books

13 Abnormal Psychology New Edition! Understanding Abnormal Child Psychology, Second Edition Vicky Phares, University of South Florida pp. Hardcover 2008 Understanding Abnormal Child Psychology emphasizes developmental psychopathology as a means for understanding and treating abnormal behavior in children. The text emphasizes strengths and healthy outcomes as a basis for designing effective therapies to help children and families, as well as for focusing on prevention as a cornerstone of managing child behavior. Table of Contents: 1. Conceptualization of Normality and Abnormality in Children and Adolescents. 2. Theories of Normality and Abnormality in Children and Adolescents. 3. Research Methods in the Study of Developmental Psychology. 4. Assessment and Therapeutic Interventions with Children, Adolescents, and Families. 5. Risk Factors and Issues of Prevention. 6. Mood Disorders, Depressive Syndromes, and Depressive Moods. 7. Anxiety Disorders and Problems with Anxiety. 8. Attention- Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder and Related Problems. 9. Disruptive Disorders, Oppositional Problems, and Conduct Problems. 10. Alcohol and Substance Use, Abuse, and Dependence. 11. Pervasive Developmental Disorders and Schizophrenia in Childhood and Adolescence. 12. Learning Disorders and Developmental Disabilities. 13. Pediatric Psychology and Health Psychology for Children and Adolescents. 14. Ways to Help Children. New! Child and Adolescent Psychopathology Theodore P. Beauchaine, University of Washington, Seattle, and Stephen P. Hinshaw, University of California, Berkeley, Editors pp. Hardcover 2008 Child and Adolescent Psychopathology is the only comprehensive text on childhood and adolescent disorders that addresses genetic, neurobiological, and environmental factors within a developmental and psychobiological perspective. This innovative new book emphasizes how, when, and why disorders emerge among young people, and in what ways symptom profiles change at different stages of development. 1. Introduction: Developmental Psychopathology as a Scientific Discipline. 2. A Multiple-Levelsof-Analysis Perspective on Research in Development and Psychopathology. PART I: RISK FACTORS FOR PSYCHOPATHOLOGY. 3. Child Maltreatment. 4. Impulsivity and Vulnerability to Psychopathology. 5. Behavioral Inhibition. 6. Exposure to Teratogenic Agents. 7. Brain Injury. 8. Affective Style. 9. Emotion Dysregulation. PART II: EXTERNALIZING BEHAVIOR DISORDERS. 10. Genetic, Psychobiological, and Environmental Influences. 11. Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder. 12. Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, and Juvenile Delinquency. 13. Antisocial Personality Development. 14. Alcohol and Drug Abuse / Dependence. PART III: INTERNALIZING BEHAVIOR DISORDERS. 15. Anxiety Disorders. 16. Depressive Disorders. 17. Borderline Personality Development and Self-Injurious Behavior. PART IV: OTHER PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS. 18. Bipolar Disorder. 19. Autism Spectrum Disorders. 20. Childhood Schizophrenia. 21. Eating Disorders. 10 WILEY PSYCHOLOGY 2008

14 Abnormal Psychology Essentials of Child Psychopathology Linda Wilmshurst pp. Paper 2005 Provides an overview of critical conceptual issues in child psychopathology. An excellent supplemental text or recommended study guide, this book covers major theories, assessment practices, and issues and trends. 1. Introduction to Child Psychopathology: Development, Theories, and Influences. 2. Issues in Child Psychopathology: Ethical Issues in Research and Practice and Research Methodology. 3. Issues in Clinical Decision Making: Diagnosis, Assessment, and Treatment of Childhood Disorders. 4. Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). 5. Anxiety Disorders. 6. The Mood Disorders: Depression and Bipolar Disorder. 7. Somatoform Disorders. 8. Problems of Conduct. 9. Eating Disorders. 10. Substance-Related Disorders. 11. Mental Retardation and Pervasive Developmental Disorders. 12. Specific Learning Disabilities. 13. Children and Trauma: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. 14. Children of Diverse Cultures. Appendix A. Codes of Ethical Conduct. Appendix B. References for Assessment Instruments and Resources. Appendix C. Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA04). DSM-IV-TR in Action Sophia F. Dziegielewski, University of Cincinnati pp. Paper 2002 This practical guide features specific, in-depth applications of diagnostic and psychotherapeutic considerations for many commonly treated disorders found in the DSM-IV-TR, such as anorexia nervosa, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and borderline personality disorder. Utilizing numerous case studies, it covers everything from the history of the DSM to formulating treatment interventions using the DSM-IV-TR as a foundation. Includes a detailed glossary and an appendix of sample treatment plans for a broad array of disorders. Includes specific applications of diagnostic and psychotherapeutic considerations for the spectrum of disorders included in the DSM Uses a person-in-environment context unique among books about the DSM-IV-TR SECTION I: UTILIZING THE DSM-IV-TR: ASSESSMENT, PLANNING, AND PRACTICE STRATEGY. 1. Getting Started. 2. Basics and Application. 3. Documentation and the Multiaxial Diagnostic Assessment. 4. Applications: Beyond the Diagnostic Assessment. SECTION II: APPLICATIONS: SELECTED DSM-IV-TR DISORDERS. 5.Reactive Attachment Disorder. 6. Conduct Disorder. 7. Substance Disorders: Alcoholism. 8. Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa 9. Schizophrenia and the Psychotic Disorders 10. Anxiety Disorders: Obsessive- Compulsive Disorders. 11. Mood Disorders: Bipolar Disorders. 12. Borderline Personality Disorders. Appendix A: Glossary. Appendix B: Treatment Plans. Visit for more information on Wiley Psychology Books 11

15 Clinical Psychology New! Introduction to Clinical Psychology: An Evidence- Based Approach John Hunsley and Catherine M. Lee, both of University of Ottawa pp. Hardcover 2006 Introduction to Clinical Psychology will appeal to those looking for a text with a focus on evidence-based practices and interventions in clinical psychology. This distinct text also features a lifespan approach, an examination of diversity issues, and an international perspective. Table of Contents: 1. The Evolution of Clinical Psychology. 2. Contemporary Clinical Psychology. 3. Classification and Diagnosis. 4. Research Methods in Clinical Psychology. 5. Assessment: Overview. 6. Assessment: Interviewing and Observation. 7. Assessment: Intellectual and Cognitive Measures. 8. Assessment: Self-Report and Projective Measures. 9. Assessment: Integration and Clinical Decision Making. 10. Prevention. 11. Intervention: Overview. 12. Intervention: Adults and Couples. 13. Intervention: Children and Adolescents. 14. Intervention: Identifying Key Elements of Change. 15. Health Psychology, Clinical Neuropsychology, and Forensic Psychology. Appendix 1. Major Journals Relevant to Clinical Psychology. Appendix 2. Applications to Graduate School. Clinical Psychology: Integrating Science and Practice Arthur Freeman, Governor's State University, Stephanie H. Felgoise, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, and Denise D. Davis, Vanderbilt University pp. Hardcover 2008 Focusing on evidence-based therapies and incorporating an integrative biopsychosocial approach, Clinical Psychology teaches both time-tested classic and new adaptation strategies to prepare successful clinicians. Three central topics are discussed: the modern context in which clinical work is practiced; the basics of the psychotherapy process grounded in an integration of science, theory, and practice; and how to gain the tools needed to become an effective clinician. PART I: INTRODUCTION. 1. Introduction: The History, Politics, and Social Environment of Clinical Psychology. 2. The Fields of Clinical Psychology: Professional Culture and Subspecialties. 3. Working with Cultural Diversity. 4. Clinical Research and Outcome Assessment. PART II: BASIC TECHNIQUES FOR CLINICIANS. 5. Why People Become Clients: Understanding Psychopathology. 6. Introduction to Assessment: The Biopsychosocial Systems Model of Human Behavior. 7. A Scientific Approach to Assessment and Methods of Gathering Data. 8. The Logistics of Assessment and a Closer Look at the Clinical Interview. 9. Developing a Case Conceptualization. 10. Developing a Treatment Plan: Therapeutic Alliance and Collaborative Goals. 11. Therapeutic Methods: Building Psychotherapy Skills. 12. Understanding, Facilitating, and Evaluating Change. 13. Impediments to Change. 14. Effective Termination. PART III: WHAT EVERY CLINICIAN NEEDS TO KNOW. 15. Self Care and Ethics: Applying the Techniques of Positive Psychology. 12 WILEY PSYCHOLOGY 2008

16 COunseling & Psychotherapy New! Contemporary Clinical Psychology, Second Edition Thomas G. Plante, Santa Clara University and Stanford University pp. Hardcover 2005 Introduces students to clinical psychology from an integrative, biopsychosocial perspective. Includes the latest information on topics central to the field, and delivers an engaging overview of the roles and responsibilities of today s clinical psychologists. Case examples cover current issues such as diversity, prescription privileges, and new practice areas, as well as foundation topics ranging from the history of clinical psychology to the major theoretical models and research. Up-to-date coverage on current issues such as prevention, ethics, empirically supported treatments, and practice regulations (HIPAA). I. FOUNDATIONS AND FUNDAMENTALS. What Is Contemporary Clinical Psychology? Foundations and Early History of Clinical Psychology. Recent History of Clinical Psychology. Research: Design and Outcome. The Major Theoretical Models: Paving the Way Toward Integration. Integrative and Biopsychosocial Approaches in Contemporary Clinical Psychology. II. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES. Contemporary Psychological Assessment I: Interviewing and Observing Behavior. Contemporary Psychological Assessment II: Cognitive and Personality Assessment. Psychotherapeutic Interventions. Ten Essential Questions About Psychotherapy. Areas of Specialization. Consultative, Teaching, and Administrative Roles. Ethical Standards. III. WHERE IS CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY GOING AND SHOULD I GO WITH IT? Current and Future Trends and Challenges. Becoming a Clinical Psychologist: A Road Map. Instructor's Manual and Test Questions available online. Twenty-First Century Psychotherapies: Contemporary Approaches to Theory and Practice Jay L. Lebow, Northwestern University, Editor pp. Hardcover 2008 This timely resource provides coverage of sound, evidence-based treatment approaches held in the highest regard for the research evidence behind them and their efficacy with patients. The most practical guide to current psychotherapies, Twenty-First Century Psychotherapies includes information on the strategies of treatment, methods of interventions, and models of specific approaches. Table of Contents: 1. Introduction. 2. Behavior Therapy. 3. Cognitive Therapy. 4. Experiential Therapy. 5. Mindfulness and Acceptance-Based Therapy. 6. Postmodern/Poststructuralist Therapy. 7. Psychoanalytic Therapy. 8. Existential Therapy. 9. Feminist Therapy. 10. Couple and Family Therapy. 11. Group Therapy. 12. Integrative Therapy. 13. Technical Eclecticism and Multimodal Therapy. 14. Common Factors in Therapy. Visit for more information on Wiley Psychology Books 13

17 Counseling & Psychotherapy Critical Thinking in Clinical Practice: Improving the Quality of Judgments and Decisions, Second Edition Eileen Gambrill, University of California, Berkeley pp. Hardcover 2006 A clearly written and well-researched text that emphasizes the relationship among critical thinking, clinical decision making, and evidence-based practice. Filled with insightful examples, useful lists and guidelines, and exercises geared to reinforce critical-thinking principles. Includes information on the relationship of critical thinking to evidence-based practice. PART I: LAY OF THE LAND. 1. The Need for Critical Thinking in Clinical Practice. 2. Sources of Influence on Decisions That Clinicians Make. 3. Reasons and Reasoning: The Heart of Making Decisions. 4. Different Views of Knowledge and How to Get It: Exploring Your Personal Epistemology. PART II: COMMON SOURCES OF ERROR. 5. The Influence of Language and Persuasion Strategies. 6. Formal and Informal Fallacies: Mistakes in Thinking and How to Avoid Them. 7. Classification, Pseudoauthority, and Focusing on Pathology. PART III: DECISION AIDS. 8. Content and Procedural Knowledge. 9. Taking Advantage of Research on Judgment, Problem Solving, and Decision Making. 10. Evidence-Based Practice: A Philosophy and Process for Thinking Ethically and Critically about Decisions. 11. Posing Questions and Searching for Answers. 12. Critical Appraisal of Practice-Related Research: The Need for Skepticism. PART IV: APPLYING CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS TO CLINICAL DECISIONS. 13. Making Decisions About Data Collection. 14. Discovering Causes of Clients Problems: Common Biases. 15. Predictions about Clients and Treatment Effectiveness: Improving the Odds. 16. Enhancing the Quality of Case Conferences, Team Meetings, and Organizational Culture. PART V: THE FUTURE. 17. Overcoming Personal Obstacles to Critical Thinking. 18. Maintaining Critical Thinking Skills. 14 WILEY PSYCHOLOGY 2008

18 Counseling & Psychotherapy New! Foundations of Counseling and Psychotherapy: Evidence- Based Practices for a Diverse Society David Sue, Western Washington State University, and Diane M. Sue, Burlington- Edison School District, Burlington, WA pp. Hardcover 2008 Foundations of Counseling and Psychotherapy explores counseling and psychotherapy theories and interventions from a contextual and social constructionist perspective. This contemporary new text transcends the traditional view of theoretical models and basic attending and communication skills, highlighting the role of individual diversity as the conceptual framework. It equips students with a solid foundation of theories and strategies for working effectively with clients, while teaching them how to recognize and utilize an individual's unique strengths, values, belief systems, and environment to effect positive change. 1. Science and Diversity in Psychotherapy: Important Perspectives. 2. Evidence-Based Practice in Psychotherapy: Techniques and Relationships. 3. Therapist-Client Relationship Skills. 4. Contextual and Collaborative Assessment. 5. Diagnosis and Conceptualization. 6. Psychodynamic Theory and Techniques. 7. Interpersonal Therapy. 8. Core Conflictual Relationship Theme Therapy. 9. Humanistic Theories and Techniques. 10. Motivational Enhancement Therapy. 11. Cognitive-Behavioral Theories and Techniques. 12. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Depression. 13. Dialectical Behavior Therapy. 14. Multicultural Counseling Theory. 15. Multicultural and Diversity Issues in Counseling and Psychotherapy. 16. Assessment and Intervention in Emergency Considerations. 17. Understanding Psychopharmacology. 18. Medications Used with Psychological Disorders. Instructor s Manual, Powerpoint slides, and test questions available online. Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice: Skills, Strategies, and Techniques John Sommers-Flanagan and Rita Sommers-Flanagan, both of University of Montana, Missoula pp. Hardcover 2004 Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice presents both a multicultural as well as a balanced gender perspective throughout the text. The authors unique approach uses realistic case examples that help students quickly learn how to move from theoretical principles to application within clinical settings. Additionally, the authors incorporate important ethical and professional material and issues related to the theories covered in their respective chapters. Covers 12 leading theoretical perspectives. Primary emphasis is on the application of counseling/psychotherapy theory and technique. Includes student development activities, questions for reflection, and chapter reviews throughout the text, eliminating the need for a separate student workbook or study guide. Instructor s Manual and Test Questions available online. 1. Introduction to Psychotherapy and Counseling Theory and Technique. 2. Psychoanalytic, Brief Analytic, Object Relations, and Interpersonal Approaches. 3. Individual Psychology: The Therapeutic Approach of Alfred Adler. 4. Jung and the Practice of Analytical Psychotherapy. 5. Existential Theory and Therapy. 6. Carl Rogers: Person-Centered Theory and Therapy. 7. Behavioral Theory and Therapy. 8. Cognitive Theory and Therapy. 9. Choice Theory and The New Reality Therapy. 10. Feminist Theory and Therapy. 11. Constructivist Theory and Therapy. 12. Multicultural and Non-Western Theories. 13. Integrative Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy. Visit for more information on Wiley Psychology Books 15

19 Counseling & Psychotherapy New Edition! Handbook of Counseling Psychology, Fourth Edition Steven D. Brown, Loyola University, Chicago and Robert W. Lent, University of Maryland, College Park, Editors pp. Hardcover 2008 A comprehensive handbook of counseling in clinical and educational settings, this classic resource regarding human behavioral changes provides a cross-disciplinary survey of the entire field and offers an analysis of current knowledge. The updated Fourth Edition includes sections on current professional and scientific issues, multicultural psychology and diversity, counseling and supervision, vocational psychology and career development, and prevention. Brief I. Current Professional and Scientific Issues. II. Multicultural Psychology and Diversity. III. Counseling and Supervision. IV. Vocational Psychology and Career Development. V. Development and Prevention. Becoming a Family Counselor: A Bridge to Family Therapy Theory and Practice Thomas W. Blume, Oakland University pp. Hardcover 2006 Becoming a Family Counselor represents a new generation of family therapy texts, one that orients readers historically to the field while focusing on the common themes evident in the various theoretical approaches. Includes illuminating case studies, self-evaluation exercises, liberal graphics, and suggestions for independent study in each chapter. I. INTRODUCTION. 1. Couple and Family Counselors: Individual Portraits. 2. Retelling the Story: Couple and Family Counseling in the Early Years. 3. The Field Matures: 1980 to the Present. II. FAMILY THERAPY IN ITS MID-LIFE: FIVE THEMES. 4. Behavior: Learning, Habits, and Reinforcement. 5. Organization: Planning, Decision Making, and Action. 6. Narrative: Language, Culture, and Identity. 7. Emotion: Regulation, Relationship, and Motivation. 8. Spirituality: Purpose, Acceptance, and Meaning. III. JUDGMENT, ACTION, AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT IN FAMILY COUNSELING. 9. Joining, Struggling Together, and Saying Goodbye. 10. The Ethical Family Counselor. 11. Future Directions for Family Counseling. Appendix A. ACA Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. Appendix B. IAMFC Ethical Standards. Appendix C. AAMFT Code of Ethics. 16 WILEY PSYCHOLOGY 2008

20 Counseling & Psychotherapy New Edition! Doing Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy: Adapting Psychodynamic Treatment to Contemporary Practice, Second Edition Richard Bromfield, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts Mental Health Center pp. Hardcover 2007 This useful guide lays out the theoretical essence and practical essentials of doing child and adolescent psychotherapy, from the referral call to the last goodbye, capturing the intricacies and subtleties of children and their therapists in their biggest and smallest ways, and everywhere in between. The Second Edition includes additional information on therapeutic drugs; integrating therapy tools, including cognitive, behavioral, and educational interventions; and practicing within the confines of managed care. I. THE ESSENTIALS. 1. Easy Does It: Beginning Therapy. 2. Can I Help You? Evaluating the Child and Offering Treatment. 3. The Not-So-Magic of Therapy: How Therapy Works. 4. Do Fence Me In: The Bounds and Limits. 5. Tell Me Where It Hurts: On Talking and Querying. II. TECHNIQUES AND TOOLS. 6. The Lowdown on High Drama: Playing with Puppets and Action Figures. 7. Shoot, Topple, and Roll: Using Games, Building Toys, and Guns. 8. Drawing Out the Child: Artwork in Therapy. 9. All Together Now: Balancing Play and Talk. 10. Pushing the Envelope: On Giving, Telling, and Other Exceptions. III. THE REST. 11. Handle with Care: Working with Parents. 12. Handle with Care, Part II: More Work with Parents. 13. On Brotherly Love and Musical Chairs: Family Work. 14. Talking Heads: Working with Schools and Other Agencies. 15. Hard Times: Unwilling Patients and Therapeutic Crises. 16. Getting to Know You, Getting to Know Me: Race, Religion, and Culture. 17. When Therapy Is Not Enough: Medication. 18. I Can Name That Tune in Six Sessions: Managed Care and Evidence-Based Treatment. 19. All's Well That Ends Well: Closing Therapy. Child and Adolescent Therapy: Science and Art Jeremy P. Shapiro, Case Western Reserve University, Robert D. Friedberg, Wright State University, and Karen K. Bardenstein, Case Western Reserve University pp. Hardcover 2006 Consistent with current best practices and empirically supported approaches, Child and Adolescent Therapy provides an introduction to the principles and practices of psychotherapy with children and adolescents. This important text covers all aspects of child and adolescent therapy, including the major therapeutic approaches and the most common diagnostic categories. The book also includes practical instruction on how to conduct child therapy with children and adolescents, including numerous examples of therapist verbalizations for use in a great variety of therapeutic situations. I. THE TOOLS OF THE THERAPIST. 1. Therapy Fundamentals. 2. Behavior Therapy. 3. Cognitive Therapy. 4. Psychodynamic Therapy. 5. Constructivism: Solution-Oriented and Narrative Therapy. 6. Family Systems Therapy. 7. Atheoretical and Transtheoretical Techniques. II. THE NEEDS OF CLIENTS. 8. Outcome Research and Clinical Reasoning in Treatment Planning. 9. Cultural Factors in Therapy. 10. Disruptive Behavior Disorders in Children. 11. Disruptive Behavior Disorders in Adolescents. 12. Aggression and Violence. 13. Anxiety. 14. Depression. 15. Stress and Trauma. Instructor's Manual and additional learning tools available online. Visit for more information on Wiley Psychology Books 17

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