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Law and the Disordered: An Explanation in Mental Health, Law, and Politics

by George C. Klein

How does our legal and mental health system handle the mentally disordered? In this book, George C. Klein presents a revealing survey that explores the system of processing prisoners and patients from arrest...

A Most Human Enterprise: Controversies in the Social Sciences

by Donald O. Granberg & John F. Galliher

A Most Human Enterprise looks at controversial social science research methods and their effects on subjects and researchers. In detailing case studies in which plagiarism was alleged, subjects were mislead...

Human Killing Machines: Systematic Indoctrination in Iran, Nazi Germany, Al Qaeda, and Abu Ghraib

by Adam Lankford

Human Killing Machines offers a comparative analysis of the indoctrination methods used to produce violence in the famous Milgram and Zimbardo psychological experiments, as well as Iran, Nazi Germany, Al Qaeda,...

We've Been Here All Along: Autistics Over 35 Speak Out in Poetry and Prose

by Rachel Cohen-Rottenberg

This new anthology showcases the work of autistic writers throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

Treating Chronic Depression: Psychotherapy and Medication

by Daniel W. Badal

Treating Chronic Depression explains how to identify the cause of chronic depression and details specific treatment approaches. Various types of psychotherapy-including cognitive, behavioral, interpersonal,...

Object Relations Individual Therapy

by Jill Savege Scharff & M. E. D. Scharff

Emphasizing the transformational possibilities that grow out of their relational model of therapy, David E. and Jill Savege Scharff invite us into the territory of interactive journeys with individual patients....

The Matrix of the Mind: Object Relations and the Psychoanalytic Dialogue

by Thomas H. Ogden

Clinicians who read this volume will be richly awarded by an expanded understanding of their patients and the therapeutic process.

The Criminal Personality: A Profile for Change

by Samuel Yochelson & Stanton Samenow

The Criminal Personality presents a detailed description of criminal thinking and action patterns and convincingly argues that these patterns cannot be explained by sociologic or psychologic explanations alone....

Relational and Intersubjective Perspectives in Psychoanalysis: A Critique

by Jon Mills, Bruce Ries & Roger Frie

This volume is the first concentrated effort to offer a philosophical critique of relational and intersubjective perspectives in contemporary psychoanalytic thought. The distinguished group of scholars and clinicians...

Mapping the Terrain of the Heart: Passion, Tenderness, and the Capacity to Love

by Stephen Goldbart & David Wallin

Charts six skills that are necessary for a stable love relationship: the capacities for erotic involvement, for merging, for idealization, for integration, for 'refinding,' and for self-transcendence.

Fostering Healing and Growth: A Psychoanalytic Social Work Approach

by Joyce Edward & Jean Sanville

In each of the twenty-three stories, we are afforded a glimpse of the two actors in the drama as they meet and size up one another, negotiate and renegotiate their agreement to collaborate, work through and...

Family Therapy in Clinical Practice

by Murray Bowen

When Bowen was a student and practitioner of classical psychoanalysis at the Menninger Clinic, he became engrossed in understanding the process of schizophrenia and its relationship to mother-child symbiosis....

Empathic Attunement: The 'Technique' of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology

by Crayton Rowe & David Mac Isaac

Empathic Attunement captures the essence of Kohut's contributions to self psychology and the mental health field. Straightforward, accurate, and practical, the authors introduce student and experienced clinician...

101 More Favorite Play Therapy Techniques

by Heidi Kaduson & Charles Schaefer

Separated into seven categories for easy reference, the techniques within each chapter are applied to practice situations in a concise format for easy reference and use. The interventions illustrated include...

Late-Talking Children

by Thomas Sowell

One of America’s leading intellectuals offers a moving and deeply personal account of his experiences with his own son, a late-talking child, and offers hope, advice, and fellowship to parents who are faced...

Tribute to Freud (Second Edition)

by Hilda Doolittle, Adam Philips & Norman Holmes Pearson

A classic of American literature, now with a new introduction by iconic author and psychotherapist Adam Phillips. “My bat-like thought-wings would beat painfully in that sudden searchlight,” H.D. writes...

On Matricide: Myth, Psychoanalysis, and the Law of the Mother

by Amber Jacobs

Despite advances in feminism, the "law of the father" remains the dominant model of Western psychological and cultural analysis, and the law of the mother continues to exist as an underdeveloped and marginal...

The Victory Lab: The Secret Science of Winning Campaigns

by Sasha Issenberg

The book Politico calls “Moneyball for politics” shows how cutting-edge social science and analytics are reshaping the modern political campaign.

Renegade thinkers are crashing the gates of a venerable American...

Introduction to Humans in Engineered Systems

by Roger Remington, Charles L. Folk & Deborah A. Boehm-Davis

Fully up-to-date coverage of human factors engineering-plus online access to interactive demonstrations and exercises

Engineering accomplishments can be as spectacular as a moon landing or as mundane as an uneventful...

The Parents We Mean to Be

by Richard Weissbourd

Harvard psychologist Richard Weissbourd argues incisively that parents—not peers, not television—are the primary shapers of their children’s moral lives. And yet, it is parents’ lack of self-awareness...