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    Activities for Teaching Psychology and Law: A Guide for Instructors

    By Zelechoski, Amanda D.; Wolbransky, Melinda; Riggs Romaine, Christina L.

    This book presents a wide variety of experiential learning activities to help instructors enliven their courses and teach critical concepts in psychology and law.

    Copyright: 2018 | Softcover

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    An ICD–10–CM Casebook and Workbook for Students: Psychological and Behavioral Conditions

    Edited by Schaffer, Jack B.; Rodolfa, Emil R.

    This book uses case illustrations and hands-on activities to teach students how to perform differential diagnosis and assessment using the ICD–10–CM.

    Copyright: 2018 | Softcover

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    Managing Your Research Data and Documentation

    By Berenson, Kathy R.

    This book presents a straightforward approach to managing and documenting one’s data with enough clarity and precision that other researchers can fully replicate the study.

    Copyright: 2018 | Softcover

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    Relational–Cultural Therapy, Second Edition

    By Jordan, Judith V.

    In this second edition of Relational–Cultural Therapy, Judith V. Jordan explores the history, theory, and practice of relationship centered, culturally oriented psychotherapy.

    Copyright: 2018 | Softcover

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    Writing Your Psychology Research Paper

    By Baldwin, Scott A.

    This primer for undergraduates explains how to write a clear, compelling, well-organized research paper, with tips and illustrated examples for each step of the process.

    Copyright: 2018 | Softcover

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    Designing and Proposing Your Research Project

    By Urban, Jennifer Brown; van Eeden-Moorefield, Bradley Matheus

    This practical, accessible guide walks you through the process of designing your own study and writing your research proposal.

    Copyright: 2018 | Softcover

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    Graduate Study in Psychology, 2018 Edition

    By American Psychological Association

    Graduate Study in Psychology is the best source of information related to graduate programs in psychology and provides information related to approximately 600 graduate programs in psychology in the U.S. and Canada.

    Copyright: 2018 | Softcover

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    Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy, Second Edition

    By Craske, Michelle G.

    This revised edition provides updated coverage of the literature that explores the theory, history, therapy process, primary change mechanisms, and empirical basis of the cognitive–behavioral therapy approach.

    Copyright: 2017 | Softcover

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    Activities for Teaching Statistics and Research Methods: A Guide for Psychology Instructors

    Edited by Stowell, Jeffrey R.; Addison, William E.

    This book offers original, classroom-tested activities to teach high school and undergraduate students essential concepts in research methods and statistics.

    Copyright: 2017 | Softcover

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    Adlerian Psychotherapy

    By Carlson, Jon; Englar-Carlson, Matt

    This book provides an introduction and overview to Alfred Adler's person-centered approach to psychotherapy. In Adler's view, all behavior has social meaning, and the socio-cultural context of a person's life is a driving influence on their mental health and life experiences.

    Copyright: 2017 | Softcover

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