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Counseling and Psychology: Books

Books are shelved by Library of Congress call numbers. Use the library's online catalog to find books and eBooks.

Cambridge Handbook of Consciousness 
Provides a comprehensive survey of the exciting field of consciousness.

Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance
In this updated and expanded edition of The Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance, some of the world's foremost experts on expertise share their scientific knowledge of expertise and expert performance and show how experts may differ from non-experts in terms of development, training, reasoning, knowledge, and social support. The book reviews innovative methods for measuring experts' knowledge and performance in relevant tasks.

Cambridge Handbook of Personal Relationships
With the field of personal relationships having grown dramatically in the past quarter century, this volume serves as a benchmark of the current state of scholarship, synthesizing the extant theoretical and empirical literature, tracing its historical roots, and making recommendations for future directions. T

The Cambridge Handbook of Psychology and Economic Behaviour
A valuable reference resource dedicated to improving our understanding of the economic mind and economic behaviour.

Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health and Medicine
Offers an entirely up-to-date, comprehensive, accessible, one-stop resource for clinical psychologists, mental health professionals and specialists in health-related matters.

The Cambridge Handbook of Sociocultural Psychology
An international overview of the state of our contemporary knowledge in sociocultural psychology - as a discipline located at the crossroads between the natural and social sciences and the humanities.

The Cambridge Handbook of Violent Behavior and Aggression
From a team of leading experts comes a comprehensive, multidisciplinary examination of the most current research including the complex issue of violence and violent behavior.

The Psych 101 Series: Creativity 101
What is creativity? How does it work? How does it flourish in individuals and organizations? Now in its second edition, this bestselling introductory text--written by one of the worlds leading experts on the psychology of creativity---is completely updated and expanded to reflect the tremendous growth in this field. In a redesigned, reader-friendly format, the text surveys the latest theories and research to provide key information about what we know (and dont know) about creativity including its many definitions and measures. It addresses how creativity operates on individual and social/environmental levels, and the effects and outcomes of the creative mind.
Springer Publishing Company 2016
The Psych 101 Series: Depression 101
Depression, often referred to as the "common cold of psychopathology," is among the most prevalent psychiatric conditions, yet it remains challenging to understand and treat. Depression 101 provides a reader-friendly overview of unipolar and bilpolar depression and provides the most current and intriguing scientific knowledge on this topic.
Springer Publishing Company 2013
The Psych 101 Series: Evolutionary Psychology 101
This is a concise and student-friendly survey of the burgeoning field of evolutionary psychology (EP) and the controversies that surround it. Evolutionary psychology is an approach to studying human behavior that is rooted in modern evolutionary theory. Firmly grounded in the theoretical and research literature of EP, the book addresses the core theories, approaches, applications, and current findings that comprise this discipline. It is unique in its interdisciplinary focus, which encompasses EPs impact on both psychological and non-psychological disciplines.
Springer Publishing Company 2013
The Psych 101 Series: Intelligence 101
Intelligence has been among the most controversial constructs in all of the social sciences, from its origin as a concept a thousand years ago by such thinkers as Aristotle, Socrates, and Plato to the present. The answer to the question "What is intelligence?" has tremendous implications for how we view the relationships between mind, education, and society. Is intelligence one general trait or a host of multifaceted abilities? Are racial and socioeconomic differences in intelligence evidence of nature or nurture? Are all intelligent people also creative? Are we getting smarter as a species? Do our beliefs about our own intelligence matter?
Springer Publishing Company 2013
The Psych 101 Series: Media Psychology 101
The book critically examines research from cognitive, social, developmental, biological, and evolutionary approaches to psychology and addresses the interplay between media consumption and viewer behavior in such realms as advertising, body image, sex, and violence. Distinguished by its examination of research from a scientifically objective position, the book offers students not only current knowledge of media psychology but also the tools to challenge commonly held assumptions from popular advocacy and ideology.
Springer Publishing Company 2015
The Psych 101 Series: Memory 101
Contemporary research has found that memory is much more than the process for recalling information that has been learned and retained--it is a rich, nuanced process that is an important part of every human activity. This highly readable foundational text provides an overview of the theories and research on human memory from a psychological perspective. Grounded in the premise that all psychological processes depend on memory, and that memory is shaped by the functions it serves, the authors look at a wide range of memory processes and discuss the major theories that have been developed to explain how it functions.
Springer Publishing Company 2014
The Psych 101 Series: Positive Psychology 101
Written by a highly respected scholar and educator of positive psychology, this is a concise, accessible introduction to this popular field of study. Appropriate for anyone seeking an introduction to positive psychology and an ideal brief text for relevant college courses, this book surveys the origins and current state of what is known about this evolving field. It places a particular emphasis on well-being as the leading edge of positive psychology research and practice.
Springer Publishing Company 2015
The Psych 101 Series: Psychology of Aging 101
The text discusses theoretical models underlying geropsychology, and examines common difficulties that affect older adults along with the most effective treatment approaches for this population. With a focus on the strengths and functions of older adults, the text examines the unique psychological problems of later life and conflicts caused by retirement, living longer, financial stressors, and chronic illness.
Springer Publishing Company 2016
The Psych 101 Series: Psychology of Love 101
This incisive text provides a comprehensive tour of both classic and contemporary theories and research on the how and why of human love. In addition to presenting the major biological, social, and cultural theories that have been developed on this topic, the book looks at what research has shown us about such essential issues as basic attraction, the life course of relationships, how personality and environment affect love, and how therapeutic interventions can sometimes improve relationships.
Springer Publishing Company 2013
  • BF173-175.5 Psychoanalysis
  • BF175.4.C68 (Psychoanalytic counseling)
  • BF176-176.5 Psychological tests and testing
  • BF180-198.7 Experimental psychology
  • BF1-990 Psychology
  • BF203 Gestalt psychology
  • BF207-209 Psychotropic drugs and other substances
  • BF231-299 Sensation. Aesthesiology
  • BF309-499 Consciousness. Cognition Including learning, attention, comprehension, memory, imagination, genius, intelligence, thought and thinking, psycholinguistics, mental fatigue
  • BF38-64 Philosophy. Relation to other topics
  • BF501-505 Motivation
  • BF511-593 Affection. Feeling. Emotion
  • BF608-635 Will. Volition. Choice. Control
  • BF636.3 (Operational psychology--Counseling psychology. Counseling)
  • BF636.7 (Counseling--Special Topics)
  • BF636.7.C76 (Cross-cultural counseling)
  • BF636.7.G76 (Group counseling)
  • BF636.7.H86 (Humanistic counseling)
  • BF636.7.P44 (Peer counseling)
  • BF636.7.R44 (Re-evaluation counseling)
  • BF636.7.S57 (Short-term counseling)
  • BF636-637 Applied psychology
  • BF637.M45 (Mentoring)
  • BF638-648 New Thought. Menticulture, etc.
  • BF660-685 Comparative psychology. Animal and human psychology
  • BF692-692.5 Psychology of sex. Sexual behavior
  • BF697-697.5 Differential psychology. Individuality. Self
  • BF698.8.I58 (Inventory for Counseling and Development)
  • BF698-698.9 Personality
  • BF699-711 Genetic psychology
  • BF712-724.85 Developmental psychology
  • BF725-727 Class psychology
  • BF795-839 Temperament. Character
  • BF889-905 Graphology. Study of handwriting
  • BJ1595.5 (Philosophical counseling)
  • BJ1596 (Twelve-step programs)
  • BV4012.2 (Pastoral counseling)
  • HD7255.5 (Rehabilitation counseling)
  • HF5381 (Vocational guidance)
  • HF5548.7-5548.85 (Industrial Psychology)
  • HF5549.5.C8 (Employee counseling)
  • HM1001-1281 (Social psychology)
  • LB1027.5 (Educational counseling)
  • LB1027.55 (Student guidance and counseling--School psychology)
  • LB1027.6 (Student guidance and counseling--Computer-assisted counseling)
  • LB2342.9 (Student affairs services--General works)
  • LB2343.25 (Student affairs services--Campus-based child care)
  • LB2343.3 (College orientation. College freshmen--General works)
  • LB2343.4 (College student development programs)
  • LB2343.5 (Employment bureaus. College placement services)
  • LB2343.6 (Student affairs services--Commuting students)
  • LB2343-2350 (Student affairs services--Student guidance and counseling)
  • LB2344 (Student affairs services—Discipline)
  • LB2346 (Student affairs services--College student government)
  • LB2350 (Student affairs services--Relation between higher and secondary education)
  • R727.4 (Health counseling)
  • RA1152 .P67 Post-traumatic stress disorder (Forensic psychiatry)
  • RA790-790.95 Mental health. Mental illness prevention
  • RB140 Hyperplasia [eating disorder]
  • RC321-571 Neurosciences. Biological psychiatry. Neuropsychiatry
  • RC346-429 Neurology
  • RC435-571 Psychiatry
  • RC466 (Mental health counseling)
  • RC475-489 Therapeutics. Psychotherapy
  • RC490-499 Hypnotism and hypnosis. Suggestion therapy
  • RC500-510 Psychoanalysis
  • RC512-528 Psychoses
  • RC512-569.5 Psychopathology
  • RC523 Alzheimer's disease—Patients
  • RC523-523.3 Alzheimer's disease
  • RC524 Senile dementia
  • RC530-552 Neuroses
  • RC547-549 Sleep disorders
  • RC550-RC552 Post-traumatic stress disorder (General)
  • RC552 .A5 Anorexia nervosa
  • Here are entered works on a psychiatric disorder manifested by severe weight loss and extreme aversion to food. Works on diminished appetite in general are entered under Anorexia.
  • RC552 .B84 Bulimia
  • RC552 .C65 Compulsive eating
  • RC552 .E18 Eating disorders in men
  • RC552 Eating disorders
  • Here are entered works on gross disturbances in eating behavior as a subclass of mental disorders. Works on appetite disturbances as symptoms of organic, psychological or psychosocial disorders are entered under Appetite disorders.
  • RC553 .A88 Asperger's syndrome (Psychiatry)
  • RC553 .A88 Autism
  • RC554-569.5 Personality disorders. Behavior problems Including sexual problems, drug abuse, suicide, child abuse
  • RC569.5 .G35 Compulsive gambling
  • RC569.5 .H34 Compulsive hair pulling
  • RC569.5 .H63 Hoarders
  • RC569.7-571 Developmental disabilities
  • RJ506 .A9 Autism in children
  • RJ506 .E18 Eating disorders in adolescence
  • RJ506 .E18 Eating disorders in children
  • RJ506 .P53, Pica (Pathology) in children
  • RJ506 .P55 Post-traumatic stress disorder in adolescence
  • RJ506 .P55 Post-traumatic stress disorder in children
  • RJ506 .S55 Sleep disorders in adolescence
  • RJ506 .S55 Sleep disorders in children
  • ability--testing
  • achievement tests
  • educational tests and measurements
  • examinations
  • intelligence tests
  • learning ability--testing
  • multiple choice tests
  • neuropsychological tests
  • psychological tests
  • psychometrics
  • questionnaires
  • sociometry
  • scale analysis (psychology)
  • surveys
  • test anxiety
  • test bias