Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is a common and complex problem that is often overseen by health professionals. This easy-to-read,evidence-based book helps professionals to carefully assess and treat BDD by recognizing the unique features inherent to this disorder.
The second edition of this popular volume has been revised and fully updated to show which empirically supported approaches to assessment, management, and treatment really help those at risk of suicidal behavior.
Varieties, Effects, Theories, and Perspectives
by Peter Sedlmeier
Get state-of-the-art answers to questions about the psychology of meditation, including: what is meditation, how does it work, and how can it best be researched? This unique book explores both traditional and Western approaches.
A Positive Psychology Program
by Tayyab Rashid, Jane Gillham, Afroze Anjum
Help clients to build resilience to deal with different challenging phases in life with this color-illustrated, evidence-based 14-module program that is informed by positive psychology and cognitive behavior therapy.
by Tayyab Rashid, Jane Gillham, Ruth Louden, Afroze Anjum
Use this positive psychology program to learn how to use your strengths to build resilience so you can deal with different challenging phases in life. The 14 modules are clearly structured and full of resources and tips.
by Nancy A. Pachana, Victor Molinari, Larry W. Thompson, Dolores Gallagher-Thompson
A comprehensive and accessible handbook introducing key topics that psychologists and other practitioners face when working with older adults. Full of case examples and contemporary issues. Readers can test their knowledge with a tool in an appendix.
A Scientist–Practitioner’s Guide
by Ester Cole, Maria Kokai
Using a unique consultation and intervention model, this volume provides evidence-based guidance for school psychologists to meet the individual and school-level mental health needs of children and teenagers in school settings. Includes numerous downloadable resources and handouts.
Accuracy, Causes, and Consequences
by Vered Halamish, Monika Undorf
Up-to-date research on what factors make memory monitoring more accurateHumans have a remarkable ability to learn and remember information, but, unfortunately, we are also prone to forgetting and other memory flaws, such as false memories. Metamemory monitoring during learning is the process learner…
by Kairi Kõlves, Merike Sisask, Peeter Värnik, Airi Värnik, Diego De Leo
Leading researchers provide a comprehensive overview of current best practices in the conduct of suicide research, exploring quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods approaches in suicide-prevention research from a public health perspective.
Newly Translated and Annotated 100th Anniversary Edition
by Philip J. Keddy, Rita Signer, Philip Erdberg, Arianna Schneider-Stocking
This newly translated edition of Hermann Rorschach’s Psychodiagnostics and his case study lecture published after his early death are accompanied by annotations for the first time giving fascinating insights into the man and the inkblot test.
Applied Methods and Techniques
by Ioana V. Koglbauer, Sonja Biede-Straussberger
This volume on the latest methods and tools for applied research in aviation psychology guides the diverse range of professionals working within aviation on how to adapt flexibly to the continuously evolving requirements of the aeronautical landscape.
Identifying Commonalities and Synergies to Advance Research and Practice
by Rainer Greifeneder, Andrew T. Gloster
A unique look at what commonalities there are between the fields of clinical psychology and social psychology and how theoretical and research developments in each of the fields can contribute to the other.