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  • Authors: Vaughn, Michael G.; Perron, Brian E. (2013)

  • Summary: At the beginning of history, people abused intoxicating substances and grappled with the consequences as best they could. In more recent times, the healing professions made recognizing, understanding, and treating addictions major priorities. Today, social workers are the largest group providing assessment, prevention, and treatment services for persons with addictions, necessitating rigorous, up-to-date information sources concerning the vulnerable and often stigmatized clients they encounter in daily practice. Reflecting a strong basis in social justice and ethics, Social Work Practice in the Addictions assembles the current evidence base in one readable, comprehensive vo...

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  • Authors: - (2013)

  • The study of Positive Psychology brings a much needed fresh emphasis to the study of the cognition, personality traits, and contexts of behavior that are associated with optimal development during the life course. The field highlights the ways in which growth, hope, and resilience aid a person and motivate him or her in dealing with the inevitable challenges of life. Positive Psychology: Advances in Understanding Adult Motivation examines the traits and contexts of behavior that are associated with optimal development and resilience over the life course. The volume investigates individual psychological development through the stages of emerging adulthood, full adulthood, middle age, ...

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  • Authors: Van Zyl, L.E.; Stander, Marius W.; Odendaal, Aletta (2016)

  • This book offers detailed strategies, methodologies, approaches, practice guidelines, and policy implications effective for professional coaching on the individual, group and organizational level. It details empirical research-based and theoretical perspectives on coaching psychology as well as elaborates upon the fundamentals within multi-cultural contexts. First delivering a general introduction to coaching psychology before going on to examine specific psychological approaches towards coaching. The book also provides a conceptual framework for the use of psychometrics in multi-cultural coaching psychology. Next, the book presents meta-theoretical perspectives and applications for m...

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  • Authors: - (2017)

  • This is a research volume that brings together organisational, social and health psychology research concerned with the maritime. There is no other volume that attempts to do this and hence this is the first volume of its type in this rapidly developing area. The contributors to the volume cover a range of disciplines, including psychology and maritime science; along with other social, health and physical scientists and practitioners.

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  • Authors: Taylor, Eugene (2009)

  • Chapter 1: The Trinity of Affinity: Personality, Consciousness, and Psychotherapeutics. Chapter 2: Charcot’s Axis. Chapter 3: Freud’s Shibboleth: Psychoanalysis. Chapter 4: The Freudians. Chapter 5: The Neo-Freudians. Chapter 6: Jung and Complex Psychology. Chapter 7: Adler’s. Chapter 8: Psychodynamics, Gestalt Psychology, and Personality Theory at Harvard. Chapter 9: Anthropologists, Gestaltists, Jungians, and the Pastoral Theologians of New York. Chapter 10: An Existential-Humanistic and Transpersonally Oriented Depth Psychology. Chapter 11: Neuroscience and the Future of the Self. Chapter 12: Epilogue.

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  • Authors: Kalayjian, Ani; Paloutzian, Raymond F. (2010)

  • Chapter 1: Introduction: Issues and Themes in Forgiveness and Reconciliation. Chapter 2: A Systemic Framework for Forgiveness, Reconciliation, and Peace: Interconnecting Psychological and Social Processes. Chapter 3: Forgiveness and Relational Ethics: The Perspective of the Contextual Therapist. Chapter 4: The Psychology of Forgiveness in the World Religions. Chapter 5: The Bullet and Its Meaning: Forgiveness, Nonforgiveness, and Their Confrontation. Chapter 6: Forgiveness and Reconciliation: Essential to Sustaining Human Development. Chapter 7: Art and Meaning:ARTiculation© as a Modality in Processing Forgiveness and Peace Consciousness. Chapter 8: Promoting Forgiveness Through Resto...

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  • Authors: Fienberg, S.E. (2009)

  • This book provides a step-by-step explanation aimed mainly at social scientists, of how to formulate and evaluate a set of informative hypotheses (including references to software). It is a comprehensive book that can easily be accessed by social scientists introducing and elaborating the approach from a philosophical, statistical and psychological point of view.

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  • Authors: Vaughn, Michael G.; Perron, Brian E. (2013)

  • Summary: At the beginning of history, people abused intoxicating substances and grappled with the consequences as best they could. In more recent times, the healing professions made recognizing, understanding, and treating addictions major priorities. Today, social workers are the largest group providing assessment, prevention, and treatment services for persons with addictions, necessitating rigorous, up-to-date information sources concerning the vulnerable and often stigmatized clients they encounter in daily practice. Reflecting a strong basis in social justice and ethics, Social Work Practice in the Addictions assembles the current evidence base in one readable, comprehensive vo...

  • A978-1-4614-7282-7.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: - (2013)

  • The study of Positive Psychology brings a much needed fresh emphasis to the study of the cognition, personality traits, and contexts of behavior that are associated with optimal development during the life course. The field highlights the ways in which growth, hope, and resilience aid a person and motivate him or her in dealing with the inevitable challenges of life. Positive Psychology: Advances in Understanding Adult Motivation examines the traits and contexts of behavior that are associated with optimal development and resilience over the life course. The volume investigates individual psychological development through the stages of emerging adulthood, full adulthood, middle age, ...

  • A978-3-319-31012-1.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: Van Zyl, L.E.; Stander, Marius W.; Odendaal, Aletta (2016)

  • This book offers detailed strategies, methodologies, approaches, practice guidelines, and policy implications effective for professional coaching on the individual, group and organizational level. It details empirical research-based and theoretical perspectives on coaching psychology as well as elaborates upon the fundamentals within multi-cultural contexts. First delivering a general introduction to coaching psychology before going on to examine specific psychological approaches towards coaching. The book also provides a conceptual framework for the use of psychometrics in multi-cultural coaching psychology. Next, the book presents meta-theoretical perspectives and applications for m...

  • A978-3-319-45430-6.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: - (2017)

  • This is a research volume that brings together organisational, social and health psychology research concerned with the maritime. There is no other volume that attempts to do this and hence this is the first volume of its type in this rapidly developing area. The contributors to the volume cover a range of disciplines, including psychology and maritime science; along with other social, health and physical scientists and practitioners.

  • A978-0-387-98104-8.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: Taylor, Eugene (2009)

  • Chapter 1: The Trinity of Affinity: Personality, Consciousness, and Psychotherapeutics. Chapter 2: Charcot’s Axis. Chapter 3: Freud’s Shibboleth: Psychoanalysis. Chapter 4: The Freudians. Chapter 5: The Neo-Freudians. Chapter 6: Jung and Complex Psychology. Chapter 7: Adler’s. Chapter 8: Psychodynamics, Gestalt Psychology, and Personality Theory at Harvard. Chapter 9: Anthropologists, Gestaltists, Jungians, and the Pastoral Theologians of New York. Chapter 10: An Existential-Humanistic and Transpersonally Oriented Depth Psychology. Chapter 11: Neuroscience and the Future of the Self. Chapter 12: Epilogue.

  • A978-1-4419-0181-1.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: Kalayjian, Ani; Paloutzian, Raymond F. (2010)

  • Chapter 1: Introduction: Issues and Themes in Forgiveness and Reconciliation. Chapter 2: A Systemic Framework for Forgiveness, Reconciliation, and Peace: Interconnecting Psychological and Social Processes. Chapter 3: Forgiveness and Relational Ethics: The Perspective of the Contextual Therapist. Chapter 4: The Psychology of Forgiveness in the World Religions. Chapter 5: The Bullet and Its Meaning: Forgiveness, Nonforgiveness, and Their Confrontation. Chapter 6: Forgiveness and Reconciliation: Essential to Sustaining Human Development. Chapter 7: Art and Meaning:ARTiculation© as a Modality in Processing Forgiveness and Peace Consciousness. Chapter 8: Promoting Forgiveness Through Resto...

  • 86.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: Fienberg, S.E. (2009)

  • This book provides a step-by-step explanation aimed mainly at social scientists, of how to formulate and evaluate a set of informative hypotheses (including references to software). It is a comprehensive book that can easily be accessed by social scientists introducing and elaborating the approach from a philosophical, statistical and psychological point of view.

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