Abnormal Psychology Books
Call Number: qRC 454 .A243 2007
Publication Date: 2006-01-17
Kring, Davison, Neale, and Johnson's Abnormal Psychology sets the standard for clarity, cutting-edge coverage, authoritative content, and clinical emphasis. The authors invite students to examine the many different facets of psychopathology -- to search for clues, follow-up on hunches, and evaluate evidence on the origins of these disorders and the effectiveness of specific interventions. Now in their new 10th Edition, the authors have also greatly expanded the text's pedagogical features, making it even more student-friendly, engaging, and informative. "Current trends in the field are well reflected with the sections on genetics, neuroscience, and cognitive science." - Jack Nitschke,University of Wisconsin "I was particularly impressed by the skill with which the authors were able to discuss complex material in a clear fashion." - Janice Kiecolt-Glaser, Ohio State University WileyPLUS helps students reach their full potential WileyPLUS provides everything needed to create an environment where students can reach their full potential and experience the exhilaration of academic success. With WileyPLUS, students can: Access a complete online version of the text with hyperlinks that extend content. Come to class better prepared for lectures. Receive immediate feedback and context-sensitive help on assignments and quizzes. With WileyPLUS, professors can: Assign automatically graded homework and quizzes. Track students progress through the course. Administer their course, even with existing course management systems (including WebCT and Blackboard). Visit www.wiley.com/college/wileyplus or contact your Wiley representative for more information.
Call Number: qRC 454 >b7 2004
Publication Date: 2003-07-23
This collected volume contains 25 essays by the Church historian Ekkehard Mhlenberg. They focus on the Age of Late Antiquity. The substantive focus is provided by discussions between philosophy and theology in the struggle for a comprehensive understanding of reality. A significant contribution to research is also provided by reflections on the methodology of Church history. The essays are presented under categories such as eoeWhat is Church History'e, eoeThe Notion of God in Philosophy and Theologye, eoeThe Language of Religious Experience and Leading a Christian Lifee.
Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology
Call Number: RC 465 .O47 2007
Publication Date: 2006-01-18
Now completely up-to-date, this in-depth casebook takes mental disorders from the realm of theory into the complex reality of human lives. The new seventh edition explores the full range of psychopathologies and types of patients. The 23 cases focus on symptoms, the client's history, treatment, and the outcome to provide detailed descriptions of a wide range of clinical problems that readers may face in the field. These problems span from childhood disorders to psychotic and personality disorders.
More Abnormal Psychology Books
Principles of Abnormal Psychology: the Dynamics of Psychic Illness
Call Number: RC 341 .M37 1951
Publication Date: 1951
A Reference Companion to the History of Abnormal Psychology
Call Number: REF RC 454.4 .H68 1984
Publication Date: 1984-02-23
A comprehensive study of domestic buildings in London from about 1200 to the Great Fire in 1666. John Schofield describes houses and such related buildings as almshouses, taverns, inns, shops and livery company halls, drawing on evidence from surviving buildings, archaeological excavations, documents, panoramas, drawn surveys and plans, contemporary descriptions, and later engravings and photographs. Schofield presents an overview of the topography of the medieval city, reconstructing its streets, defences, many religious houses and fine civic buildings. He then provides details about the mediaeval and Tudor London house: its plan, individual rooms and spaces and their functions, the roofs, floors and windows, the materials of construction and decoration, and the internal fittings and furniture. Throughout the text he discusses what this evidence tells us about the special restrictions or pleasures of living in the capital; how certain innovations of plan and construction first occurred in London before spreading to other towns; and how notions of privacy developed.
Understanding and Treating Depression
Call Number: RC 537 .N93 2008
Publication Date: 2008-08-30
A provocative and entertaining look at the mafia, the media, and the (un)making of Italian Americans. As evidenced in countless films, novels, and television portrayals, the Mafia has maintained an enduring hold on the American cultural imagination--even as it continues to wrongly color our real-life perception of Italian Americans. In An Offer We Can't Refuse, George De Stefano takes a close look at the origins and prevalence of the Mafia mythos in America. Beginning with a consideration of Italian emigration in the early twentieth century and the fear and prejudice--among both Americans and Italians--that informed our earliest conception of what was at the time the largest immigrant group to enter the United States, De Stefano explores how these impressions laid the groundwork for the images so familiar to us today and uses them to illuminate and explore the variety and allure of Mafia stories--from Coppola's romanticized paeans to Scorsese's bloody realism to the bourgeois world of David Chase's Sopranos--while discussing the cultural richness often contained in these works. At the same time, he addresses the lingering power of the goodfella cliché and the lamentable extent to which it is embedded in our consciousness, making it all but impossible to green-light a project about the Italian American experience not set in gangland.