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Handbook of Clinical Psychology, Volume 1. Adults. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2240039
  • Book
  • February 2008
  • 936 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Handbook of Clinical Psychology, Volume 1: Adults provides comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals of clinical psychological practice for adults from assessment through treatment, including the innovations of the past decade in ethics, cross cultural psychology, psychoneuroimmunology, cognitive behavioral treatment, psychopharmacology, and geropsychology.
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Preface vii

Contributors ix

PART I General Issues

1 History and Theoretical Foundations 3
Warren W. Tryon

2 Clinical Training 38
Philinda Smith Hutchings, Deborah Lewis, and Frederick Wechsler

3 Professional Practice 66
Deborah Wise and Lisa R. Christiansen

4 Ethical and Legal Issues 95
Catherine Miller

5 Professional Roles 110
Jon Frew and Julianna Machell

PART II Theoretical Models

6 Psychodynamic Perspectives 127
Howard D. Lerner

7 Applied Behavior Analysis 161
Amanda J. Villamar, Bradley C. Donohue, and Daniel N. Allen

8 The Cognitive-Behavioral Model 171
Michele M. Carter, Kelly L. Forys, and Jennifer C. Oswald

PART III Research Contributions

9 Statistical Considerations 205
Jay C. Thomas

10 Single Case Research 224
Valerie I. Photos, Bethany D. Michel, and Matthew K. Nock

11 Psychopathology Research 246
Kathleen A. Tallent and Melanie E. Bennett

12 Temperament, Personality, and Psychopathology 270
Marvin Zuckerman

13 Treatment Research 300
Megan E. Spokas, Thomas L. Rodebaugh, and Richard G. Heimberg

PART IV Diagnosis and Evaluation

14 Classification 341
Thomas A.Widiger and Stephanie N. Mullins-Sweatt

15 Diagnostic Interviewing 371
Daniel L. Segal, Molly Maxfield, and Frederick L. Coolidge

16 Intellectual Evaluation 395
Gerald Goldstein

17 Neuropsychological Assessment 422
Charles J. Golden

18 Objective Personality Evaluation 451
Leslie C. Morey and Christopher J. Hopwood

19 Personality Assessment Using Implicit (Projective) Methods 475
J. Christopher Fowler and Michael D. Groat

20 Behavioral Assessment 495
Stephen N. Haynes and Joseph Keawe'aimoku Kaholokula

PART V Treatment

21 Psychodynamic Psychotherapy 525
Robert C. Lane and Max Harris

22 Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy 551
Bunmi O. Olatunji and Greg Feldman

23 Gestalt Therapy 585
Eva K. Gold and Stephen G. Zahm

24 Marital Therapy 617
Gary R. Birchler, Lorelei E. Simpson, and William Fals-Stewart

25 Group Psychotherapy 647
Saul Hopper, Francis Kaklauskas, and Les R. Greene

26 Psychopharmacology as Practiced by Psychologists 663
William J. Burns, Jose Rey, and Kayreen A. Burns

27 Health Psychology 693
Corby K. Martin, Tiffany M. Stewart, Stephen D. Anton, Amy L. Copeland, and Donald A. Williamson

28 Multicultural Treatment 724
Daniel S. McKitrick and Susan Tinsley Li

29 Brief Therapy 752
Brett N. Steenbarger

PART VI Special Issues

30 Depressive Disorders and Inflammatory Processes 779
Hymie Anisman, Zul Merali, and Shawn Hayley

31 Successful Aging in Very Old Adults: Resiliency in the Face of Natural Disaster 810
Katie E. Cherry, Sandro Galea, and Jennifer L. Silva

32 Clinical Psychology and Politics 834
Steven W. Quackenbush and Gregg R. Henriques

33 Impaired Professionals: Distress, Professional Impairment, Self-Care, and PsychologicalWellness 857
Jeffrey E. Barnett

Author Index 885

Subject Index 913

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Michel Hersen Pacific University, School of Professional Psychology, Forest Grove, OR.

Alan M. Gross University of Mississippi, Department of Psychology, Oxford, MS.
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