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    Action Learning for Developing Leaders and Organizations: Principles, Strategies, and Cases

    By Marquardt, Michael J.; Leonard, H. Skipton; Freedman, Arthur M.; Hill, Claudia C.

    This book demonstrates how Action Learning can quickly and effectively be introduced, implemented, and sustained in any type or size of organization.

    Copyright: 2009 | Hardcover

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    Addictive Behaviors: New Readings on Etiology, Prevention, and Treatment

    Edited by Marlatt, G. Alan; Witkiewitz, Katie

    The articles in this volume, reprinted from APA journals, describe a wide range of biological, psychological, and social approaches to researching and treating addictive behaviors.

    Copyright: 2009 | Softcover

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    Aging and Cognition: Research Methodologies and Empirical Advances

    Edited by Bosworth, Hayden B.; Hertzog, Christopher

    This book takes an interdisciplinary look at cognitive aging -- how it happens and how to study it.

    Copyright: 2009 | Hardcover

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    APA Ethics Code Commentary and Case Illustrations

    By Campbell, Linda; Vasquez, Melba; Behnke, Stephen; Kinscherff, Robert

    This book is a comprehensive examination of the APA Ethics Code and the complex process of ethical decision making.

    Copyright: 2010 | Hardcover

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    Assessing the Implicit Personality Through Conditional Reasoning

    By James, Lawrence R.; LeBreton, James M.

    This groundbreaking volume introduces a novel conditional reasoning framework to indirectly assess the implicit personality — the unconscious, inaccessible component of personality that governs most of our behavior but has always been difficult to measure.

    Copyright: 2012 | Hardcover

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    Attachment-Based Psychotherapy: Helping Patients Develop Adaptive Capacities

    By Costello, Peter C.

    This book presents an attachment-based approach to therapy that addresses the limiting and detrimental effects of negative early attachment experiences. Therapists will learn to help patients access and communicate more adaptive feelings, thoughts, and behaviors.

    Copyright: 2013 | Hardcover

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    Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Clinical Guide for General Practitioners

    By Durand, V. Mark

    This book helps clinicians screen for autism spectrum disorder (ASD), treat higher functioning individuals with ASD, and assist family members. It surveys historical views of the disorder, current diagnostic criteria, co-occurring conditions, etiology, epidemiology, assessment, treatment for affected individuals, and interventions for family members.

    Copyright: 2014 | Hardcover

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    Becoming an Effective Psychotherapist: Adopting a Theory of Psychotherapy That's Right for You and Your Client

    By Truscott, Derek

    This books helps therapists-in-training evaluate the different theories of psychotherapy and shows that there is no ""right"" theory—rather, there are different therapeutic approaches that fit for each therapist and client.

    Copyright: 2010 | Hardcover or Softcover

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    Behavioral Interventions in Schools: Evidence-Based Positive Strategies

    Edited by Akin-Little, Angeleque; Little, Steven G.; Bray, Melissa A.; Kehle, Thomas J.

    This book provides school psychologists, counselors, social workers, school administrators, and teachers with a summary of ecologically sound primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention strategies for behavioral intervention in the classroom

    Copyright: 2009 | Hardcover

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    Beyond the Crisis of Masculinity: A Transtheoretical Model for Male-Friendly Therapy

    By Brooks, Gary R.

    This book explores the maladaptive strategies men use to maintain a traditional male role that has increasingly come under assault; why men overwhelmingly reject psychotherapy at a time when they need it the most; and keys to engaging men in therapy.

    Copyright: 2010 | Hardcover

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