Volume 1: History, Theory, and Battlegrounds
Volume 2: Perspectives on Women’s Private and Public Lives
Editors in Chief Cheryl B. Travis and Jacquelyn W. White
Authors in this two-volume set provide scholarly reviews and in-depth analyses, with themes of status and power informing many chapters. Volume 1 describes feminist critiques of theory and addresses the uniquely intersecting components of individual experience. Volume 2 focuses on applied subjects, including psychological well-being, close relationships, victimization, and leadership.
Metaframeworks for Problem Solving With Individuals, Couples, and Families
William M. Pinsof, Douglas C. Breunlin, William P. Russell, Jay L. Lebow, Cheryl Rampage, and Anthony L. Chambers
This book provides a comprehensive framework for individual, couple, and family therapy. It also offers practical guidelines for when and how to use strategies from various therapy models and empirically supported treatments.
The Health and Well-Being of Aging Veterans
Edited by Avron Spiro, Richard A. Settersten, Jr., and Carolyn M. Aldwin
Contributors to this groundbreaking book examine the effects of military service across the lifespan. Topic areas include the effects of combat and stress on longevity and brain functioning; the use of memory, cognition, and ego development at various points in life; the relationship between experiences of discrimination and the later development of PTSD; marriage longevity; employment; and the way notions of patriotism and nationalism among service personnel and their families may change over time.
Now in its fourth edition, Michael Domjan’s classic textbook presents the basic principles of learning and conditioning in a concise and accessible style, with an emphasis on the latest influential research findings and theoretical perspectives. While the field of learning and conditioning is more than a hundred years old, new discoveries continue to be made and new applications of basic research are tackling major clinical problems. Domjan summarizes these developments as well as basic learning and conditioning principles using both human and animal examples.
Rodney L. Lowman and Stewart E. Cooper
This book, based on the APA Ethics Code, reviews the unique ethical issues that psychologists encounter when working as consultants in business and other organizational settings at three levels of practice: individual, group, and organizational.
A Clinician’s Guide
Shelly L. Jackson
This book helps mental health clinicians anticipate, recognize, and respond to elder abuse. The book quickly summarizes risk and protective factors, the important role of cognition and capacity, and clinicians’ legal and ethical obligations to report suspected or known elder abuse. Readers learn strategies for communicating effectively with older adults as well as working in tandem with adult protective services. Interventions targeting older adults and their caregivers are also reviewed, along with a summary of needed research.