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Dictionary of Music Therapy

by Kevin Kirkland

The therapeutic uses of music can vary greatly from one part of a country to the next, from one therapist to the next and across national and continental lines. This groundbreaking work is the first to bring...


Television and the Aggressive Child: A Cross-National Comparison

by L. Rowell Huesmann & Leonard D. Eron

The research presented in this book, originally published in 1986, looks to pinpoint the psychological processes involved in the media violence-aggression relation. Expanding on earlier studies, the compilation...


Anorexia Nervosa: A Recovery Guide for Sufferers, Families and Friends: A Recovery Guide for Sufferers, Families and Friends

by Janet Treasure & June Alexander

The highly respected and widely known Anorexia Nervosa: A Survival Guide for Sufferers and Friends was written in 1997. This long-awaited new edition builds on the work of the first book, providing essential...


Handbook of Personality at Work

by Neil Christiansen & Robert Tett

Personality has emerged as a key factor when trying to understand why people think, feel, and behave the way they do at work. Recent research has  linked personality to important aspects of work such as job...


Models of Madness: Psychological, Social and Biological Approaches to Psychosis

by John Read & Jacqui Dillon

Are hallucinations and delusions really symptoms of an illness called 'schizophrenia'? Are mental health problems really caused by chemical imbalances and genetic predispositions? Are psychiatric drugs as effective...


The Motion Paradox: The 2,500-Year Old Puzzle Behind All the Mysteries of Time and Space

by Joseph Mazur

The epic tale of an ancient, unsolved puzzle and how it relates to all scientific attempts to explain the basic structure of the universe At the dawn of science the ancient Greek philosopher Zeno formulated...


Words That Hurt, Words That Heal: How To Choose Words Wisely And Well

by Joseph Telushkin

Joseph Telushkin is renowned for his warmth, his erudition, and his richly anecdotal insights, and in Words That Hurt, Words That Heal he focuses these gifts on the words we use in public and in private, revealing...


Crazy: A Father's Search Through America's Mental Health Madness

by Pete Earley

Former Washington Post reporter Pete Earley had written extensively about the criminal justice system. But it was only when his own son-in the throes of a manic episode-broke into a neighbor's house that he...


The Bipolar Handbook: Real-Life Questions with Up-to-Date Answers

by Wes Burgess

For Dr. Wes Burgess, the diagnosis of bipolar disorder means hope-hope for the estimated ten million people who will develop the disorder during their lifetimes, and hope for the families and friends of people...


The Disappearing Girl: Learning the Language of Teenage Depression

by Lisa Machoian

Adults are increasingly concerned about the rising rate of depression in teenage girls and the frequency of alarming behaviors including wild conduct, explosive outbursts, back talking, sexual escapades, drug...


The Courage to Raise Good Men

by Olga Silverstein & Beth Rashbaum

"Challenging and readable...will help mothers understand the implications of pushing boys out of the family before they're ready to go."-The Los Angeles Times Book Review.


The Fruit of the Tree

by Edith Wharton

Brimming with romance and important social questions, Edith Wharton's novel The Fruit of the Tree offers something for everyone. The story expertly weaves themes of workers' rights, medical ethics, and end-of-life...


Pragmatism: A New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking

by William James

William James was an influential American thinker who was deeply interested in the burgeoning philosophy of psychology. This volume contains two lectures he delivered on the philosophy of pragmatism.


Psychology and Industrial Efficiency

by Hugo Munsterberg

Commercial air flight, mass manufacturing, ergonomic design -- many cornerstones of twenty-first century life have been made possible through the study of industrial efficiency and human factors. In Psychology...


Heretics

by G. K. Chesterton

Renowned as a spiritual thinker and sometimes Christian apologist, intellectual G.K, Chesterton never backed away from difficult or controversial topics. This extended take on the topic of heresy will engage...


The Secret of Dreams

by Yacki Raizizun

Have you ever awoken from a particularly vivid dream to wonder what it could possibly mean? Do our nighttime reveries have real meaning and significance, or are they nothing more than random "white noise" generated...


Will's Choice: A Suicidal Teen, a Desperate Mother, and a Chronicle of Recovery

by Gail Griffith

On March 11, 2001, seventeen-year-old Will ingested a near-fatal dose of his antidepressant medication, an event that would forever change his life and the lives of his family. In Will's Choice, his mother,...


The Mind Object: Precocity and Pathology of Self-Sufficiency

by Edward G. Corrigan & Pearl-Ellen Gordon

Winnicott was the first to describe how very early in life an individual can, in response to environmental failure, turn away from the body and its needs and establish "mental functioning as a thing in itself."...


Enactment: Toward a New Approach to the Therapeutic Relationship

by Steven J. Ellman & Michael Moskowitz

For many therapists it has replaced previous action terms such as acting in and acting out. Something new has been captured by this concept: a recognition of a process that may involve words but goes beyond...


Cognitive Therapy: Basic Principles and Applications

by Robert L. Leahy

Today, under pressure from managed care companies as well as from patients who are demanding briefer and more focused treatments, therapists are creatively combining cognitive and psychodynamic approaches and...