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Psychology. by BarCharts, Inc.;
INTRODUCTION -- LEARNING -- BIOLOGICAL BASIS OF PSYCHOLOGY -- STRESS & HEALTH -- SENSATION & PERCEPTION -- MEMORY -- LANGUAGE, THINKING, INTELLIGENCE & CREATIVITY -- DEVELOPMENT -- SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY -- GENDER & SEXUALITY -- MOTIVATION & EMOTION -- PERSONALITY -- CONSCIOUSNESS -- ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR -- TREATMENT & THERAPY -- APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Psychology. by BarCharts, Inc.;
ISSUES FACED BY THE THERAPIST -- PSYCHOANALYSIS AS THERAPY -- RATIONAL EMOTIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY -- EXISTENTIAL THERAPY -- REALITY THERAPY -- HUMANISTIC THERAPY -- GESTALT THERAPY -- BEHAVIOR THERAPY -- COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION THERAPY -- FEMINIST THERAPY -- FAMILY SYSTEMS THERAPY.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Psychology. by BarCharts, Inc.;
MENTAL ILLNESS -- THE MEDICAL MODEL -- PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE -- THE BEHAVIORAL MODEL -- DIAGNOSTIC CLASSIFICATIONOF MENTAL ILLNESS -- DSM-V CLASSIFICATIONS -- NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS -- SUBSTANCE-RELATED &ADDICTIVE DISORDERS -- NEUROCOGNITIVE DISORDERS -- SCHIZOPHRENIA SPECTRUM & OTHER PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS -- BIPOLAR & RELATED DISORDERS -- DEPRESSIVE DISORDERS -- ANXIETY DISORDERS -- OBSSESSIVE COMPULSIVE& RELATED DISORDERS -- TRAUMA- & STRESS-RELATED DISORDERS -- SOMATIC SYMPTOMS &RELATED DISORDERS -- DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS -- GENDER DYSPHORIA -- SEXUAL DYSFUNCTIONS -- PARAPHILIC DISORDERS -- FEEDING & EATING DISORDERS -- ELIMINATION DISORDERS -- SLEEP DISORDERS -- DISRUPTIVE, IMPULSE-CONTROL & CONDUCT DISORDERS -- ADJUSTMENT DISORDERS -- PERSONALITY DISORDERS.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Psychology. by Gross, Richard.;
Build a solid foundation for students to develop the skills and knowledge they need to progress with the updated edition of Richard Gross's best-selling introduction to Psychology. This 8th edition of Psychology: The Science of Mind and Behaviour is the essential guide to studying Psychology, helping over half a million students during its 30 years of publication. - Easily access psychological theories and research with user-friendly content and useful features including summaries, critical discussion and research updates. - Develop evaluative skills, with new evaluation boxes, encouraging students to put classic and contemporary studies into context. - Consolidate understanding by identifying common misconceptions. - Stay up to date with revised content and the latest psychological research. - Understand the research process with updated contributions from leading Psychologists including Elizabeth Loftus, Alex Haslam and David Canter.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.;
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Psychology / by OpenStax,author.; OpenStax College,issuing body.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Introduction to psychology -- Psychological research -- Biopsychology -- States of consciousness -- Sensation and perception -- Learning -- Thinking and intelligence -- Memory -- Lifespan development -- Emotion and motivation -- Personality -- Social psychology -- Industrial-organizational psychology -- Stress, lifestyle, and health -- Psychological disorders -- Therapy and treatment.
Subjects: Psychology;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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Self -Knowledge [electronic resource (video)] / by Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584; Nederlandse Omroep Stichting(SAGE)1695083;
From "Answer to Job" (2:40) -- Roots of "Answer to Job" (1:35) -- Brief Introduction to Gnosticism (1:31) -- Despair of "Reverse Cosmic Consciousness" (3:12) -- Heard by the Dark Aspect of God? (1:55) -- Confrontation with the Meaning of Suffering (2:21) -- Jeremiah 20:7 (2:10) -- Holding the Tension of Human Potential and Our Insignificance (1:54) -- Guilt Over Suffering (3:18) -- Finding Answers in the Book of Job (2:00) -- Expecting Fairness from the Universe (2:28) -- Theme in World Literature: Divine Injustice (1:35) -- Self-Knowledge Holds the Key to Understanding Evil (2:38) -- Pagels' Good News (3:01) -- "Lost at the Ends of the Opposites" (3:02) -- Considering the Image of the Cross (3:20) -- God Becomes Conscious Within Us (0:44) -- Rethinking the Christian Gospels (1:36) -- Holding the Painful Tension of the Opposites (0:53) -- Concepts of Good and Evil (2:02) -- Good, Evil and Ethics (2:09) -- "The World Crumbles and We Hear the Truth" (2:04) -- Knowledge as a Vehicle for Self-Discovery (1:37) -- Distracted from Wholeness by Opposites (1:05) -- Integrating the Dark Side (4:51) -- Regretting the Past/Frightened of the Future (0:29) -- Processes for Maintaining Balance in Deep Waters (2:14) -- Suffering Associated with State of Opposites (2:15) -- God's Shadowside (1:24) -- "We Are All Made of the Same Cloth" (3:40) -- Surrender to the Dark Aspect of God (3:26) -- On the Role of Sin in Suffering (2:52) -- The Question of Sin in Gnosticism (1:12) -- The Role of Egocentrism in Sin (1:28) -- Spirituality Has No Gender (2:05) -- Union of Opposites Essential (1:18) -- Comparing Mary & Sophia (2:03) -- Male and Female as Co-Creators (0:48) -- Acknowledging Human Capacity to Make Spiritual Judgments (1:55) -- Intersection Beyond the Opposites (1:02) -- Uneasy Questions for Which There are No Answers (0:40) -- What Might Job's Female Friends Have Said? (3:46) -- Credits: Self -Knowledge (0:57)According to Jung, self-knowledge is also knowledge of God; Answer to Job, which sets out his ideas on the relationship between the two, is the starting point for discussions with Jungian psychoanalyst and writer June Singer, religious historian Elaine Pagels, and Gnostic Bishop Rosamonde Miller. Among the subjects discussed are good and evil, the double nature of God and human beings, the cause and point of suffering, the individual's need to discover his or her own middle point, and the meaning of deliverance and Jesus (whom Jung explicitly linked to Job).11 & up.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Psychology.;
© [2012], cuuuu, Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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Mental Health in Crisis. by Vos, Joel.; Roberts, Ron.; Davies, James.;
Intro -- Half Title -- Acknowledgements -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1 Community Crisis -- 2 Austerity Crisis Psychologists for Social Change -- 3 The Financial Crisis in Mental Health Care -- 4 Biomedical and Drug Crisis -- 5 Diagnostic Crisis -- 6 Mental Health in Crisis -- 7 Existential Crisis -- 8 Crisis in Academia -- 9 The Organisational Crisis in Mental Health -- 10 Educational crisis -- 11 Visions for Mental Health Care -- References -- Index.Broad-ranging and thought-provoking analysis of the mental health crisis examining the current challenges in mental health service delivery and access using a range of perspectives.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Psychology.;
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Massage Notes [electronic resource] : A Pocket Guide to Assessment & Treatment by Castle, Ginger.;
Cover; Copyright; Gen Assess; Head & Neck; Shoulder; Wrist & Hand; Hip & Trunk; Knee; Ankle & Foot; Treat; IndexA Davis's Notes Title! The first of its kind! Identifying the information essential to creating an effective client-specific treatment plan has never been easier. This handy resource focuses on assessment as an indispensable tool for massage therapists. With a clear-and-concise writing style, it presents the signs and symptoms associated with the conditions you are most likely to encounter in practice in one easy-to-use reference. Step by step, the author guides you from assessment to treatment, while emphasizing that the role of the massage therapist is not to diagnose a client. Illustrations
Subjects: Electronic books.; Psychology.;
© 2013., F. A. Davis Company,
On-line resources: Click here to view book;
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Biological Determinism, Free Will and Moral Responsibility : Insights from Genetics and Neuroscience. by Willmott, Chris.;
Intro -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Summary -- 1 Free Will and Determinism -- Abstract -- 1.1 Folk Beliefs About Free Will -- 1.2 Theological Objections to Free Will -- 1.3 Philosophical Considerations of Free Will and Determinism -- 1.3.1 Compatibilism -- 1.3.2 Libertarianism -- 1.3.3 Hard Determinism -- References -- 2 Existing Legislation on Mental Disorders and Criminal Cases -- Abstract -- 2.1 Insanity -- 2.1.1 The M'Naghten Case -- 2.1.2 Interpretation of the M'Naghten Rules -- 2.2 Diminished Responsibility -- 2.3 Automatism -- 2.4 Reform of the Law -- 2.4.1 2013 Law Commission Discussion Paper -- References -- 3 Biological Basis of Behaviour -- Abstract -- 3.1 Neuroarchitecture and Brain Imaging -- 3.1.1 Brain Imaging Techniques -- 3.1.2 Functional Architecture of the Brain -- 3.2 Genetics of Behaviour -- 3.2.1 Epigenetics -- 3.2.2 Non-coding RNAs (NcRNAs) -- 3.2.3 Genes Do Influence Behaviour -- 3.3 Neurophysiology of Self-initiated Action and the Implications for the Understanding of Free Will -- 3.3.1 Studies Involving Electroencephalography -- 3.3.2 Studies Involving Brain Imaging -- 3.3.3 Investigations at the Neuronal Level -- 3.3.4 Philosophical and Moral Implications of These Experiments -- 3.4 Brain Injury: Examples of Altered Behaviour Arising from Changes in Brain Structure -- 3.4.1 Trauma -- 3.4.2 Tumour -- 3.4.3 Atrophy -- References -- 4 Use of Genetic and Neuroscientific Evidence in Criminal Cases: A Brief History of "Neurolaw" -- Abstract -- 4.1 The Emergence of Neurolaw in the USA and Beyond -- 4.2 The Place of Scientific Evidence in Criminal Trials -- 4.3 Genetics Factors -- 4.3.1 Molecular Genetics in Criminal Cases -- 4.4 Use of Brain Imaging in Criminal Cases -- 4.4.1 Brain Imaging as a Tool for Lie Detection and Knowledge of Case-Related Information.4.4.2 Brain Physiology and the Culpability of Minors -- References -- 5 Are We Ready for an Expanded Use of Neuroscientific Evidence in the Courtroom? -- Abstract -- 5.1 Is the Genetic and Brain Imaging Evidence on Behaviour Scientifically Robust and, if so, Does the Science Support a Deterministic Worldview? -- 5.1.1 Neuroscience -- 5.1.2 Genetics -- 5.2 Should the Science Be Used in Court and, if so, in What Ways? -- 5.2.1 The Legal Applicability of Biological Evidence -- 5.2.2 Achieving a Just Outcome in Trials Employing Neurobiological Evidence -- 5.3 Conclusion -- References.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Psychology.;
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Psychology. by BarCharts, Inc.;
INTRODUCTION -- LEARNING -- BIOLOGICAL BASIS OF PSYCHOLOGY -- STRESS &amp -- HEALTH -- SENSATION &amp -- PERCEPTION -- MEMORY -- LANGUAGE, THINKING, INTELLIGENCE &amp -- CREATIVITY -- DEVELOPMENT -- SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY -- GENDER &amp -- SEXUALITY -- MOTIVATION &amp -- EMOTION -- PERSONALITY -- CONSCIOUSNESS -- ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR -- TREATMENT &amp -- THERAPY -- APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Psychology-Outlines, syllabi, etc.;
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