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Motherhood Missed

by Lois Tonkin & Jody Day

Many women expect to become mothers but are childless through social rather than biological reasons - perhaps they haven't met the right person or they prioritised career or education earlier in life. Featuring...


Practical Cultural Psychiatry

by Dinesh Bhugra, Antonio Ventriglio & Kamaldeep S. Bhui

Over the past decade, cultural psychiatry has become an increasingly important branch of psychiatric research. From the impact of cultural factors on causation, expression, and management of mental health disorders...


Strength Through Peace

by Judith Eve Lipton & David P. Barash

Costa Rica is the only full-fledged and totally independent country to be entirely demilitarized. Its military was abolished in 1948, with the keys to the armory handed to the Department of Education. Socially,...


Of Mind and Murder

by George R. Mastroianni

How could the Holocaust have happened? How can people do such things to other people? Questions such as these have animated discussion of the Holocaust from our earliest awareness of what had happened. These...


The Child's Curriculum

by Colwyn Trevarthen, Jonathan Delafield-Butt & Aline-Wendy Dunlop

All children are born with emotional talent. But if left untended, those talents can wane during the first five years of life. Children are sensitive and social beings from birth, exhibiting an innate enthusiasm...


The Oxford Handbook of 4E Cognition

by Albert Newen, Leon De Bruin & Shaun Gallagher

4E cognition (embodied, embedded, enactive, and extended) is a relatively young and thriving field of interdisciplinary research. It assumes that cognition is shaped and structured by dynamic interactions between...


The 15-Minute Relationship Fix

by Joel Block PhD

Each of us longs to be loved and accepted for the person we truly are. There is no better opportunity than our love relationship for us to be fully ourselves. Ironically, since our partner is so central to our...


Why People Radicalize

by Kees Van Den Bos

In Why People Radicalize, Kees van den Bos argues that if we want to truly understand radicalization and prevent, attenuate, and fight violent extremism and terrorism, we must pay attention to what is driving...


Handbook of Child and Adolescent Aggression

by Kenneth H. Rubin, Tina Malti & Tracy Vaillancourt

Presenting cutting-edge work from leading scholars, this authoritative handbook reviews the breadth of current knowledge on aggression from infancy through adolescence. The volume explores the forms and functions...


Evidence-Based Practices in Deaf Education

by Harry Knoors & Marc Marschark

This volume presents the latest research from internationally recognized researchers and practitioners on language, literacy and numeracy, cognition, and social and emotional development of deaf learners. In...


The Nature of Emotion

by Andrew S. Fox, Regina C. Lapate, Alexander J. Shackman & Richard J. Davidson

Building on the legacy of the groundbreaking first edition, the Editors of this unique volume have selected more than 100 leading emotion researchers from around the world and asked them to address 14 fundamental...


Beyond Semantics and Pragmatics

by Gerhard Preyer

The study of meaning in language embraces a diverse range of problems and methods. Philosophers think through the relationship between language and the world; linguists document speakers' knowledge of meaning;...


The Oxford Handbook of Psycholinguistics

by Shirley-Ann Rueschemeyer & M. Gareth Gaskell

The ability to communicate quickly and flexibly through both spoken and written language is one of the defining characteristics of the human race. Yet it remains a mysterious process. The science of psycholinguistics...


Healing the Distress of Psychosis

by Shannon Dunn

Even among mental health clinicians, the communications of individuals who are experiencing psychosis have historically been considered mysterious, bizarre, and invalid. These judgmental, inaccurate interpretations...


Teaching Qualitative Research

by Raji Swaminathan & Thalia M. Mulvihill

This timely resource provides a framework for teaching students how to think qualitatively and become more critical and reflexive researchers. Presented are a wealth of pedagogical tools that instructors across...


Collaborations within and between Dramatherapy and Music Therapy

by Amanda Carr, Amelia Oldfield, Susan Greenhalgh & Jo Tomlinson et al.

In this insightful book, Oldfield and Carr draw together persuasive arguments for combining aspects of music therapy and dramatherapy, whilst retaining their unique facets. Building on the many links between...


Spectrum Women

by Michelle Garnett, Barb Cook, Jeanette Purkis & Catriona Stewart et al.

Barb Cook and 15 other autistic women describe life from a female autistic perspective, and present empowering, helpful and supportive insights from their personal experience for fellow autistic women. Michelle...


Therapeutic Photography

by Neil Gibson

Therapeutic photography is an increasingly popular approach for increasing self-esteem, resilience and self-reliance in a wide range of people, including those with dementia, autism or mental health problems,...


Criminal Juries in the 21st Century

by Cynthia Najdowski & Margaret Stevenson

The jury is often hailed as one of the most important symbols of American democracy. Yet much has changed since the Sixth Amendment in 1791 first guaranteed all citizens the right to a jury trial in criminal...


The Aesthetic Animal

by Henrik Hogh-Olesen

The Aesthetic Animal answers the ultimate questions of why we adorn ourselves, embellish our things and surroundings, and produce art, music, song dance, and fiction. Humans are aesthetic animals that spend...