The purveyors of pop culture, advertising, and politics know well the power of nostalgia, and as each generation gets a bit older, they leverage that power to sell products to those eager to recapture a bit of their glory days. But as research suggests, the power of nostalgia can have ramifications beyond ticket sales and television ratings.
Brief Dynamic Therapy SECOND EDITION Hanna Levenson In this concise volume, Hanna Levenson revisits the history, theory, and practice of brief dynamic therapy. This integrative approach uses techniques from attachment […]
This is the latest in a series of interviews with APA Books authors. For this interview, Andrew Gifford, Developmental Editor at APA Books, spoke with Pratyusha Tummala-Narra, professor of psychology […]
Occupational Health Disparities Improving the Well-Being of Ethnic and Racial Minority Workers Edited by Frederick T. L. Leong, Donald E. Eggerth, Chu-Hsiang (Daisy) Chang, Michael A. Flynn, J. Kevin Ford, […]