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Notes from a colored girl : the Civil War pocket diaries of Emilie Frances Davis / by Whitehead, Karsonya Wise.; Davis, Emilie Frances,1838-1899.Diaries.;
"In Notes from a Colored Girl, Karsonya Wise Whitehead examines the life and experiences of Emilie Frances Davis, a freeborn twenty-one-year-old mulatto woman, through a close reading of three pocket diaries she kept from 1863 to 1865. Whitehead explores Davis's worldviews and politics, her perceptions of both public and private events, her personal relationships, and her place in Philadelphia's free black community in the nineteenth century. Although Davis's daily entries are sparse, brief snapshots of her life, Whitehead interprets them in ways that situate Davis in historical and literary contexts that illuminate nineteenth-century black American women's experiences. Whitehead's contribution of edited text and original narrative fills a void in scholarly documentation of women who dwelled in spaces between white elites, black entrepreneurs, and urban dwellers of every race and class. Notes from a Colored Girl is a unique offering to the fields of history and documentary editing as the book includes both a six-chapter historical reconstruction of Davis's life and a full, heavily annotated edition of her Civil War-era pocket diaries. Drawing on scholarly traditions from history, literature, feminist studies, and sociolinguistics, Whitehead investigates Davis's diary both as a complete literary artifact and in terms of her specific daily entries. From a historical perspective, Whitehead re-creates the narrative of Davis's life for those three years and analyzes the black community where she lived and worked. From a literary perspective, Whitehead examines Davis's diary as a socially, racially, and gendered nonfiction text. From a feminist studies perspective, she examines Davis's agency and identity, grounded in theories elaborated by black feminist scholars. And, from linguistic and rhetorical perspectives, she studies Davis's discourse about her interpersonal relationships, her work, and external events in her life in an effort to understand how she used language to construct her social, racial, and gendered identities. Since there are few primary sources written by black women during this time in history, Davis's diary--though ordinary in its content--is rendered extraordinary simply because it has survived to be included in this very small class of resources. Whitehead's extensive analysis illuminates the lives of many through the simple words of one"--Includes bibliographical references (pages 241-260) and index.A world discovered -- Emilie Davis, 1863 -- A world imagined -- A world created -- Emilie Davis, 1864 -- A world of women -- A world expanded -- Emilie Davis, 1865 -- A world where all things are well.
Subjects: Davis, Emilie Frances, 1838-1899; African Americans; African Americans;
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Critical approaches to literature : moral / by Evans, Robert C.,1955-editor.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.About this Volume -- On Moral Criticism: A Feminist Approach to Caring -- The Morality of Renaissance Love Poetry: The Case of Sir Thomas Wyatt -- Ethics, Literature, and Theory: A Sampling of Various Views -- The Genius of the Saint: Harriet Beecher Stowe's Moral Artistry -- Moral Approaches and Other Approaches to Jack London's "In a Far Country" -- Moral Irony in John Donne's "To His Mistress Going to Bed" -- "These hard hearts": Aristotelian Morality and Peter Brook's King Lear -- The Blinding of Gloucester: Trauma and Morality in Some Films of Shakespeare's King Lear -- Poe's Ethics: A Reading of "The Man of the Crowd," "Landor's Cottage," and "Hop-Frog" -- The Man That Corrupted Huckleberry-Making Greed a Driving Force -- "A practice for falling in love": Ethical Criticism in Anton Chekhov's "Lady with the Pet Dog" -- One from Many: Morality in John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath -- Arthur Miller as the Moral Voice of America -- The Ethics of Care in Zadie Smith's The Embassy of Cambodia -- Sympathy for the Devil Inside -- The Ethics of Creative Nonfiction -- Moral Pluralism: A Variety of Possible Moral Approaches to Literature and Film Chronology -- Additional Works on Psychological Approaches to Literature -- Bibliography -- About the Editor -- Contributors -- Glossary -- Index.Provides a collection of essays that concern moral approaches to literature, film, television, and even creative writing.10-A.Mode of access: Internet.
Subjects: Ethics in literature.; Literature; Literature and morals.; Ethics in literature.; Literature; Literature;
On-line resources: http://online.salempress.com/doi/book/10.3331/CAMoral -- Available online. Click here to access.;
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Women and crime : a text/reader / by Mallicoat, Stacy L.,editor,author.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Women and crime: introduction -- Theories of victimization -- Women and victimization : rape and sexual assault -- Women and victimization : intimate partner abuse and stalking -- International issues in the victimization of women -- Theories on female offending -- Girls and juvenile delinquency -- Female offenders and their crimes -- Processing and sentencing of female offenders -- The incarceration of women -- The supervision of women: community corrections, rehabilitation and reentry -- Women professionals and the criminal justice system: police, corrections, and offender services -- Work professionals and the criminal justice system: courts and victim services.
Subjects: Feminist criminology.; Women; Female offenders.; Sex discrimination in criminal justice administration.;
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Nursing ethics : Across the curriculum and into practice / by Butts, Janie B.,author.; Rich, Karen L.,author.;
Preface / Chapter 1: Introduction to Ethics  -- Introduction to Ethics – The Meaning of Ethics and Morals – Types of Ethical Inquiry – Ethical Perspectives – Ethical Relativism – Ethical Objectivism – Values and Moral Reasoning – Ancient Greece – The Middle Ages – Modern Philosophy and the Age of Enlightenment – Postmodern Era – Care-based Versus Justice-Based Reasoning – Learning from History – Ethical Theories and Approaches – Western Ethics – Religion and Western Ethics – Virtue Ethics – Natural Law Theory – Deontology – Consequentialism – Prima Facie Rights – Principlism – Casuistry – Narrative Ethics – Critical Theory – Feminist Ethics – Eastern Ethics – Indian Ethics – Chinese Ethics / Chapter 2: Introduction to Bioethics and Ethical Decision Making – Introduction to Bioethics – Ethical Principles – Informed Consent – Intentional Nondisclosure – Patient Self-Determination Act – The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) Privacy and Security Rules – Nonmaleficence – Futility – Rule of Double Effect – Slippery Slope Arguments – Beneficence – Paternalism – Second Victim Phenomenon – Justice – Social Justice – The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act – Professional-Patient Relationships – Unavoidable Trust – Human Dignity – Patient Advocacy – Moral Suffering – Ethical Dilemmas – Introduction to Critical Thinking and Ethical Decision Making – Critical Thinking – Moral Imagination – The High, Hard Ground and the Swampy, Low Ground – Reflective Practice – The Four Topics Approach to Ethical Decision Making – The Healthcare Team / Chapter 3: Ethics in Professional Nursing Practice -- Introduction to Nursing Ethics – Professional Codes of Ethics in Nursing – ANA Code of Ethics for Nurses – ICN Code of Ethics for Nurses – Common Threads Between the ANA and ICN Codes – Professional Boundaries in Nursing – Ideal Nursing Ethical Competencies – Moral Integrity – Moral Distress – Honesty – Truthfulness and Truthtelling – Benevolence – Wisdom – Moral Courage – Communication – Mindfulness – Effective Listening – Concern – Advocacy – Power – Nursing Professional Relationships – Nurse-Physician Relationships – Nurse-Nurse Relationships – Horizontal Violence and Wounded Healers – Improving Nurse-Nurse Relationships – Nurses and Social Media – Moral Spaces and Blurred Lines – Social Media, Email, and Cell Phones – Benefits of Using Social Media – Perils of Using Social Media – Actual Cases of Violations – Strategies for Using Social Media / Chapter 4: Reproductive Issues and Nursing Ethics – Introduction to Ethics in Reproductive Health – Reproductive Health – Moral Standing of Humans – Potentiality View – Biological View – Interests View – Maternal-Fetal Conflict – Conflict of Rights Issues Reproductive Rights – Civil Liberties and Legal Decisions – Abortion – Federal Abortion Ban Preventing Partial-Birth Abortion – Pro-Choice Versus Pro-Life Views – Pro-Choice View – Pro-Life View – Speaking Out – Reproductive Technology – Ethical Issues of Reproductive Technology – Issues of Other Reproductive Services – Genetic Screening and Testing – Maternal Substance Abuse – Nursing Care of Childbearing Women /  Chapter 5: Infant and Child Nursing Ethics – Mothering – Foundations of Trust – Universal Vaccination – Children of Immigrant Families – Global Problems of Poverty and Infectious Diseases – Abused and Neglected Children – Surrogate Decision Making – Withholding Information from Children – Refusal of Treatment – Impaired and Critically Ill Children – Withholding and Withdrawing Treatment – 1971: Johns Hopkins Cases – 1984: Child Abuse Amendments (Baby Doe Rules) – Baby Jane Doe: Kerri-Lynn – 1993: In the Matter of Baby K – The Influence of Nurses: Character /  Chapter 6: Adolescent Nursing Ethics – The Age of Adolescence – Ethical Issues and Concerns Involving Adolescents – Adolescent Relationships and Communication – Confidentiality, Privacy, and Trust – Trust-Privacy-Confidentiality Dilemma – Limits of Confidentiality – Respect for Autonomy and Consent Process – Adolescent Risk-Taking Behaviors, Nonmaleficence, and Beneficence – Prevention Education for Adolescent Risk-Taking Behaviors – Pregnancy and Abortion Related to Unprotected Sex – Eating Disorders Related to Adolescents – Depression and Suicide Ideaton Related to Adolescents – Sexual Abuse Related to Adolescents – Facing Death – Nursing Care of Adolescents – Trustworthiness – Genuineness – Compassion – Honesty – Spiritual Considerations / Chapter 7: Adult Health Nursing Ethics – Medicalization – Compliance, Adherence, and Concordance – Valuing Self-Determination in a a Medicalized Environment – Cultural Views on Medicalization and Treatment Regimens – Chronic Diseases and Illness – Ethical Concerns and Suffering – Providing Ethical Care – Organ Transplantation – Organ Transplant Ethical Issues During the Early Years – Organ Procurement – Fair Allocation of Organs – Ethical Issues of Death and the Dead Donor Rule – Nurses and Organ Donors / Chapter 8: Ethics and the Nursing Care of Elders – Life Meaning and Significance – The Search for Meaning – Updating the Eriksonian Life Cycle – Moral Agency – Decisional Capacity – Autonomy and Paternalism – Vulnerability and Dependence – Dementia – Virtues Needed by Elders – Courage – Humility – Patience – Simplicity – Benignity – Integrity – Wisdom – Detachment and Nonchalance – Courtesy – Hilarity – Quality of Life – Assessing the Capacity to Remain at Home – Long-Term Care – Elder Abuse – Humanistic Nursing Care of Elders /  Chapter 9: Ethical Issues in End-of-Life Nursing Care –  What is Death? – The Ideal Death – The Concept of Human Suffering of Dying Patients – Responsibility of Nurses Toward Suffering Patients – Euthanasia – Salvageability and Unsalvageability People – Historical Influences on the Definition of Death – The Definition of Death -- Decisions about Death and Dying – Advance Directives – Surrogate Decision Makers – Medical Futility – Palliative Care – The Right to Die and the Right to Refuse Treatment – Withholding and Withdrawing Life-Sustaining Treatment – Alleviation of Pain and Suffering in the Dying Patient – Rule of Double Effect – Terminal Sedation – Physician-Assisted Suicide – Rational Suicide – Caring for Dying Patients – Compassionate Nurses and Dying Patients – Physical and Emotional Pain Management – Special Considerations / Chapter 10: Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Ethics – Characteristics of Psychiatric Nursing  -- A Value-Laden Specialty – The Practice Area of Mental Health: Unique Characteristics – Ethical Implications of Diagnosis – Stigma – Advocacy – Boundaries – Whose Needs are Being Served? – Privacy, Confidentiality, and Privileged Communication – Privacy – Confidentiality – Privileged Communication – Decisional Capacity – Statutory Authority to Treat – Competence and Informed Consent – Psychiatric Advance Directives – Person-Centered Approach – Humanistic Nursing Practice Theory – Human-to-Human Relationship Model – Recognizing Inherent Human Possibilities / Chapter 11: Public Health Nursing Ethics – Introduction – Setting the Stage: Public Health is Controversial – Ethical Approaches to Public Health – Kantian Ethics (Deontology) – Utilitarianism (Consequentialism) – Communitarian Ethics – Social Justice – Virtue Ethics: Just Generosity – Health Disparities – The Precautionary Principle – Environmental Justice – Communicable Diseases – Malaria – Tuberculosis – HIV/AIDS – AIDS Testing – Confidentiality – Duty to Provide Care – Pandemic Influenza – Terrorism and Disasters – Genomics – Public Health Nursing: Contributing to Building the World Service Learning / Chapter 12: Ethics in Organization and Leadership – Organizational Ethics – Organizational Culture and the Ethical Climate – Organizational Integrity and Trust – Jennings’s Seven Signs of Organizational Ethical Collapse – Pressure to Maintain Numbers – Fear and Silence – Young ‘Uns and a Bigger-than-Life CEO – Weak Board – Conflicts – Innovation Like No Other – Goodness in Some Areas Atones for Evil in Others – Compliance and Ethics Programs – Occupational Fraud and Abuse – Conflicts of Interest – Healthcare Fraud – Leadership Ethics – Normative Leadership Theories – Servant Leaders – Transformational Leaders – Authentic Leaders – Leader Challenges – Using Power to Achieve Leader Success – Collaboration – Quality – Leader Succession Planning / Appendix A: Case Studies / Appendix B: ICN Code of Ethics / Appendix C: Mississippi Advance Directive Planning for Important Healthcare Decisions Caring Connections / Glossary / Index.The fifth edition of Nursing Ethics: Across the Curriculum and Into Practice has been revised to reflect the most current issues in healthcare ethics including new cases, laws, and policies. The text continues to be divided into three sections: Foundational Theories, Concepts and Professional Issues; Moving Into Ethics Across the Lifespan; and Ethics Related to Special Issues focused on specific populations and nursing roles.The text includes legal features sections in most chapters, an expanded appendix of case studies with suggestions for discussion, and ethical reflections questions in each chapter. This new edition will also include an appendix focused on simulation suggestions, heavier coverage of ethics and terrorism, and stronger coverage of immigration and the importance of remaining unbiased a healthcare provider.Key Features:Even more case studies, with recent legal/ethical casesNew appendix focused on simulation suggestionsHeavier focus on immigration and importance of remaining unbiased as a healthcare provider, ethics and terrorismUpdate to national health insurance informationUpdate information on vaccines, polypharmacy and antipsychotic drugsDescription based on print version record.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Nursing ethics;
On-line resources: https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/kirtland-ebooks/detail.action?docID=5631482 -- Available  online. Click here to access.;
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The female offender : girls, women, and crime. by Chesney-Lind, Meda.; Pasko, Lisa.(NL-LeOCL)285495224;
Met lit.opg. en index.Introduction -- Girls' Troubles and "Female Delinquency" -- Girls, Gangs, and Violence -- The Juvenile Justice Systems and Girls -- Trends in Women's Crime -- Sentencing Women to Prison: Equality Without Justice -- Female Offenders, Community Supervision, and Evidence-Based Practices -- ConclusionScholarship in criminology over the last few decades has often left little room for research and theory on how female offenders are perceived and handled in the criminal justice system. In truth, one out of every four juveniles arrested is female, and the population of women in prison has tripled in the past decade. Co-authored by one of the pioneers in the development of the feminist theoretical perspective in criminology, this work redresses these issues. The authors explore gender and cultural factors in women's lives that often precede criminal behavior and address the question of whether female offenders are more violent today than in the past. The authors provide a revealing look at how public discomfort with the idea of women as criminals significantly impacts the treatment received by this offender population. The text covers additional topics such the interaction of sexism, racism, and social class inequalities that results in an increase of female offenders, as well as the imprisonment binge that has resulted in an increasing number of girls and women being incarcerated.
Subjects: Female offenders.; Violence in women.; Criminal behavior;
© 2013., SAGE,
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The fat studies reader / by Rothblum, Esther D.; Solovay, Sondra,1970-;
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects: Obesity; Overweight persons.; Obesity.;
© c2009., New York Unviersity Press,
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Period : the real story of menstruation / by Clancy, Kathryn B. H.,author.;
Includes bibliographical references (pages [217]-240) and index.Menstruation is something half the world does for a week at a time, for months and years on end, yet it remains largely misunderstood. Scientists once thought of an individual’s period as useless, and some doctors still believe it’s unsafe for a menstruating person to swim in the ocean wearing a tampon. Period counters the false theories that have long defined the study of the uterus, exposing the eugenic history of gynecology while providing an intersectional feminist perspective on menstruation science.Blending interviews and personal experience with engaging stories from her own pioneering research, Kate Clancy challenges a host of myths and false assumptions. There is no such a thing as a “normal” menstrual cycle. In fact, menstrual cycles are incredibly variable and highly responsive to environmental and psychological stressors. Clancy takes up a host of timely issues surrounding menstruation, from bodily autonomy, menstrual hygiene, and the COVID-19 vaccine to the ways racism, sexism, and medical betrayal warp public perceptions of menstruation and erase it from public life.Offering a revelatory new perspective on one of the most captivating biological processes in the human body, Period will change the way you think about the past, present, and future of periods. -- provided by Amazon.com.Description based on print version record.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Menstruation; Menstrual cycle; Human body; Feminism.; Women's rights.;
On-line resources: https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/kirtland-ebooks/detail.action?docID=7145491 -- Available online. Click here to access.;
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Period : [electronic resource] : The real story of menstruation. by Clancy, Kate.; Clancy, Kate.;
Narrator: Kate Clancy.Menstruation is something half the world does for a week at a time, for months and years on end, yet it remains largely misunderstood. Scientists once thought of an individual's period as useless and some doctors still believe it's unsafe for a menstruating person to swim in the ocean wearing a tampon. Period counters the false theories that have long defined the study of the uterus, exposing the eugenic history of gynecology while providing an intersectional feminist perspective on menstruation science. Blending interviews and personal experience with engaging stories from her own pioneering research, Kate Clancy challenges many of the myths and false assumptions that have defined the study of the uterus. There is no such a thing as a "normal" menstrual cycle. In fact, menstrual cycles are incredibly variable and highly responsive to environmental and psychological stressors. Clancy takes up a host of timely issues surrounding menstruation, from bodily autonomy, menstrual hygiene, and the COVID-19 vaccine to the ways racism, sexism, and medical betrayal warp public perceptions of menstruation and erase it from public life. Offering a revelatory new perspective on one of the most captivating biological processes in the human body, Period will change the way you think about the past, present, and future of periods.Electronic reproduction.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Nonfiction.; Health & Fitness.; History.; Science.;
On-line resources: http://link.overdrive.com/?websiteID=130119&titleID=9620642 -- Click to access digital title in OverDrive.;
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Period : the real story of menstruation / by Clancy, Kathryn B. H.,author.;
Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-240) and index."Menstruation is something half the world does for a week at a time, for months and years on end, yet it remains largely misunderstood. Scientists once thought of an individual's period as useless, and some doctors still believe it's unsafe for a menstruating person to swim in the ocean wearing a tampon. Period counters the false theories that have long defined the study of the uterus, exposing the eugenic history of gynecology while providing an intersectional feminist perspective on menstruation science. Blending interviews and personal experience with engaging stories from her own pioneering research, Kate Clancy challenges a host of myths and false assumptions. There is no such a thing as a "normal" menstrual cycle. In fact, menstrual cycles are incredibly variable and highly responsive to environmental and psychological stressors. Clancy takes up a host of timely issues surrounding menstruation, from bodily autonomy, menstrual hygiene, and the COVID-19 vaccine to the ways racism, sexism, and medical betrayal warp public perceptions of menstruation and erase it from public life. Offering a revelatory new perspective on one of the most captivating biological processes in the human body, Period will change the way you think about the past, present, and future of periods."--Publisher's description
Subjects: Menstruation; Menstrual cycle; Human body; Feminism.; Women's rights.;
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Salem Health : Psychology & Behavioral Health / by Moglia, Paul,editor.;
10-A.Provides a comprehensive five-volume set that covers notable theories, people, social issues, life stages, the physiology and anatomy of the nervous system, and various mental illnesses or conditions, all in a simple, easy to use A-Z format.Includes bibliographical references and indexes.VOLUME 1: ABILITY TESTS - COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY: Publisher's Note -- Editor's Introduction -- Contributors -- Ability tests -- Abnormality: Biomedical models -- Abnormality: Legal models -- Abnormality: Psychological models -- Achievement motivation -- Addictive personality and behaviors -- Adler, Alfred -- Adlerian psychotherapy -- Adolescence: Cognitive skills -- Adolescence: Cross-cultural patterns -- Adolescence: Sexuality -- Adrenal gland -- Adult ADHD -- Advertising -- Affiliation and friendship -- Affiliation motive -- African Americans and mental health -- Ageism -- Aggression -- Aggression: Reduction and control -- Aging: Cognitive changes -- Aging: Physical changes -- Aging: Theories -- Agoraphobia and panic disorders -- Air rage -- Albee, George W. -- Alcohol dependence and abuse -- Allport, Gordon -- Altered states of consciousness -- Altruism, cooperation, and empathy -- Alzheimer's disease -- American Psychiatric Association -- American Psychological Association -- Amnesia and fugue -- Analytic psychology: Jacques Lacan -- Analytic psychology: Carl Jung -- Analytical psychotherapy -- Anger -- Anger management -- Animal experimentation -- Anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa -- Antianxiety medications -- Antidepressant medications -- Antipsychotic personality disorder -- Anxiety disorders -- Aphasias -- Archetypes and the collective unconscious -- Archival data -- Artificial intelligence -- Asperger syndrome -- Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders and mental health -- Assessment -- Assessment of the Hispanic community -- Assimilative family therapy model -- Assisted living -- Attachment and bonding in infancy and childhood -- Attention -- Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) -- Attitude-behavior consistency -- Attitude formation and change -- Attraction theories -- Attributional biases -- Autism -- Autism spectrum disorder -- Automaticity -- Aversion therapy -- Avoidant personality disorder -- Bad-Boy appeal -- Bandura, Albert -- Battered woman syndrome -- Beck, Aaron T. -- Beck depression inventory (BDI) -- Bed-wetting -- Behavior therapy -- Behavioral addiction -- Behavioral assessment -- Behavioral economics -- Behavioral family therapy -- Behaviorism -- Bilingualism and learning disabilities -- Binet, Alfred -- Biofeedback and relaxation -- Bipolar disorder -- Biracial heritage and mental health -- Birth: Effects on physical development -- Birth order and personality -- Blau, Theodore H. -- Bobo doll experiment -- Body dysmorphic disorder -- Borderline personality disorder -- Brain damage -- Brain laterlization -- Brain structure -- Breuer, Josef -- Brief therapy -- Bronfenbrenner, Urie -- Bruner, Jerome -- Bullying -- Bystander intervention -- Caffeine and mental health -- Calilfornia psychological inventory (CPI) -- Cancer and mental health -- Cannon, Walter Bradford -- Career and personnel testing -- Career occupational preference system (COPS) -- Career selection, development, and change -- Case study methodologies -- Causal attribution -- Child abuse -- Childhood disorders -- Childhood obesity -- Children's depression inventory (CDI) -- Children's mental health -- Christian counseling -- Chronic pain management: Psychological impact -- Circadian rhythms -- Clinical interviewing, testing, and observation -- Coaching -- Codependency -- Cognitive abilities test (CogAT) -- Cognitive ability: Gender differences -- Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) -- Cognitive development: Jean Piaget -- Cognitive dissonance -- Cognitive maps -- Cognitive psychology -- Cognitive social learning: Walter Mischel -- Cognitive therapy (CT) -- Collectivism -- College entrance examinations and cultural biases -- Community psychology / VOLUME 2: COMORBIDITY - HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY: Comorbidity -- Complex experimental designs -- Computer and internet use and mental health -- Computer models of cognition -- Concept formation -- Conditioning -- Conduct disorder -- Confidentiality -- Consciousness -- Consciousness: Altered states -- Constructivist psychology -- Consumer psychology -- Cooperation, competition, and negotiation -- Cooperative learning -- Coping: Chronic illness -- Coping: Social support -- Coping: Strategies -- Coping: Terminal illness -- Cosmetics and beauty -- Couples therapy -- Creative reminiscence -- Creativity -- Creativity and intelligence -- Creativity: Assessment -- Crisis intervention -- Cross-cultural psychology -- Crowd behavior -- Cultural competence -- Culture and diagnosis -- Culture-bound syndromes -- Data description -- Death and dying -- Deception and lying -- Decision making -- Deductive reasoning -- Defensive mechanisms -- Defense reactions: Species-specific -- Dementia -- Denial -- Depression -- Depth and motion perception -- Despair -- Development -- Developmental disabilities -- Developmental methodologies -- Developmental psychology -- Dewey, John -- Diagnosis -- Dialectical behavioural therapy -- Disability: Psychological impact -- Disaster psychology -- Discipline -- Dissociative disorders -- Dix, Dorothea -- Dog psychology -- Dolphin psychology -- Domestic violence -- Down syndrome -- Dreams -- Drive theory -- Drug therapies -- DSM-5 -- DSM-5: Controversies -- Dysgraphia -- Dyslexia -- Eating disorders -- Ebbinghaus, Hermann -- Ecological psychology -- Educational psychology -- Ego defense mechanisms -- Ego psychology: Erik H. Erikson -- Ego, superego, and id -- Elder abuse -- Elders' mental abuse -- Electronic media and psychological impact -- Elimination disorders -- Ellis, Albert -- Emotional abuse -- Emotional expression -- Emotional intelligence (EI) -- Emotions -- Encoding -- Endocrine system and behavior -- Endorphins -- Environmental factors and mental health -- Environmental psychology -- Environmental toxicology and mental health -- Erikson, Erik H. -- Ethology -- Evolutionary psychology -- Executive functions -- Exercise addiction -- Exercise and mental health -- Existential psychology -- Experimentation: Ethics and participant rights -- Experimentation: Independent, dependent, and control variables -- Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) -- Eyewitness testimony -- Eysenck, Hans -- Facial feedback -- Factitioius disorders -- Families and behavioral addictions -- Families and substance abuse -- Family dynamics -- Family life: Adult issues -- Family life: Children's issues -- Family system theory -- Father-child relationship -- Fear -- Femininity -- Feminist psychotherapy -- Fetishes -- Field experimentation -- Field theory: Kurt Lewin -- Fight-or-flight response -- Flying phobia -- Forensic psychology -- Forgetting and forgetfulness -- Forgiveness -- Freud, Anna -- Freud, Sigmund -- Freudian psychology -- Fromm, Erich -- Frontotemporal dementia (Pick's Disease) -- Gambling -- Games and mental health -- Gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender mental health -- Gender differences -- Gender identity disorder -- Gender identity formation -- Gender roles and gender role conflicts -- General adaption syndrome (GAS) -- General aptitude test battery (GATB) -- Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) -- Genetics and mental health -- Geriatric psychological disorders -- Gesell, Arnold -- Gestalt therapy -- Giftedness -- Gilligan, Carol -- Gonads -- Gossip -- Grammar and speech -- Gratitude -- Grieving -- Group decision making -- Group therapy -- Groups -- Guilt -- Habituation and sesnsitization -- Hall, G. Stanley -- Hallucinations -- Hate crimes: Psychological causes and effects -- Health insurance -- Health maintenance organizations (HMOs) -- Health psychology / VOLUME 3: HEARING - PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME: Hearing -- Help-seeking -- Helping -- Hierarchy of needs -- Histrionic personality disorder -- Hoarding -- Holland, John L. -- Homelessness: Psychological causes and effects -- Homosexuality -- Hope -- Hope and mental health -- Hormones and behavior -- Horney, Karen -- Hospice -- Hull, Clark L. -- Human resource training and development -- Humanistic psychology -- Humanistic trait models: Gordon Allport -- Hunger -- Hypochondriasis, conversation and somatization -- Hypothesis development and testing -- Hysteria -- Identity crises -- Implosion -- Imprinting -- Impulse control disorders (ICD) -- Incentive theory of motivation -- Incompetency -- Individual psychology: Alfred Adler -- Inductive reasoning -- Industrial and organizational psychology -- Infant feeding -- Infant sleep -- Infidelity -- Inhibitory and excitatory impulses -- Insanity defense -- Insomnia -- Insomnia and sleep disorders -- instinct theory -- Intelligence -- Intelligence quotient (IQ) -- Intelligence quotient (IQ) and measuring intelligence -- Intelligence tests -- Interest inventories -- International Classification of Diseases (ICD) -- Internet psychology -- Interpersonal attraction -- Intervention -- Interviewing -- Intimacy -- Introverts and extroverts -- James, William -- Jealousy -- Jung, Carl -- Jungian psychology -- Juvenile delinquency and development -- Kelly, George A. -- Kinesthetic memory -- Kinsey, Alfred -- Kleptomania -- Kohlberg, Lawrence -- Kraepelin, Emil -- Kubler-Ross, Elisabeth -- Kuder occupational interest survey (KOIS) -- Lacan, Jacques -- Language -- Latinos and mental health -- Law and psychology -- Leadership -- Learned helplessness -- Learning -- Learning disorders -- Lewin, Kurt -- Linguistics -- Little Albert study -- Lobotomy -- Logic and reasoning -- Long-term memory -- Lorenz, Konrad -- Love -- Luminosity -- Marijuana -- Marijuana dependence -- Marriage -- Marriage and family therapists -- Masculinity -- Maslow, Abraham -- Masters, William H., and Virginia E. Johnson -- May, Rollo -- McGraw, Dr. Philip -- Media exposure and mental health -- Media psychology -- Meditation -- Meditation and relaxation -- Memory -- Memory: Animal research -- Memory disorders -- Memory: Empirical studies -- Memory: Enhancement -- Memory: Physiology -- Memory: Sensory -- Memory storage -- Men's mental health -- Mental blocks -- Mental health parity -- Mental health practitioners -- Mental illness: Historical concepts -- Mental retardation -- Midlife crisis -- Milgram experiment -- Miller, Neal E., and John Dollard -- Millon, Theodore -- Mindfulness -- Minnesota multiphasic personality inventory (MMPI) -- Misbehavior -- Mischel, Walter -- Mood disorders -- Mood stabilizer medications -- Mother-child relationship -- Motivation -- Motivation: Intrinsic and extrinsic -- Motor development -- Multicultural disability competence -- Multicultural psychology -- Multiple intelligences -- Multiple personality -- Munchausen syndromoe and Munchausen syndrome by proxy -- Murray, Henry A. -- Music, dance, and theater therapy -- Myers-Briggs personality type indicator -- Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) -- Narcolepsy -- National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) -- Native Americans/Alaskan Natives and mental health -- Nearsightedness and farsightedness -- Nervous system -- Neurons -- Neuropsychology -- Neurotic disorders -- Neurotransmitters -- Nicotine dependence -- Nonverbal communication and social cognition -- Nutrition and mental health -- Obesity -- Observational learning and modeling therapy -- Observational learning and modeling therapy -- Observational methods -- Obsessive-compulsive disorder -- Oedipus complex -- Operant conditioning therapies -- Optimal arousal theory -- Organizational behavior and consulting -- Pain -- Pain management -- Panic attacks -- Paranoia -- Parental alienation syndrome (PAS) / VOLUME 4: PARENTING AND BEHAVIORAL ADDICTIONS - SLEEP: Parenting and behavioral addictions -- Parenting styles -- Parkinson's disease -- Passive aggression -- Pattern recognition -- Pattern vision -- Pavlov, Ivan Petrovich -- Pavlovian conditioning -- Peabody individual achievement test (PIAT) -- Peak experiences -- Penis envy -- Person-centered therapy (PCT) -- Personal constructs: George A. Kelly -- Personality disorders -- Personality interviewing strategies -- Personality: Psychophysiological measures -- Personality rating scales -- Personality theory: Henry A. Murray -- Pervasive developmental disorders -- Philosophy and psychology -- Phobias -- Physical development: Environment versus genetics -- Piaget, Jean -- Pinel, Philippe --Pituitary gland -- Placebo effect -- Play therapy -- Pornography addiction -- Positive psychology -- Postpartum depression -- Post-traumatic stress (PTS) -- Power -- Prejudice -- Prejudice and stereotyping -- Prejudice reduction -- Prenatal physical development -- Problem-solving strategies -- Procrastination -- Profiling -- Projection -- Psychoanalysis -- Psychoanalytic psychology -- Psychoanalytic psychology and personality: Sigmund Freud -- Psychobiology -- Psychologically healthy workplace -- Psychology and film -- Psychology: Definition -- Psychology: Field of specialization -- Psychology: History -- Psycho-oncology -- Psychopathology -- Psychopharmacology -- Psychosexual development --Psychosomatic disorders -- Psychosurgery -- Psychotherapy: Children -- Psychotherapy: Effectiveness -- Psychotherapy: Goals and techniques -- Psychotherapy: Historical approaches -- Psychotic disorders -- Punishment -- Qualitative research -- Quality of life -- Quasi-experimental designs -- Race and intelligence -- Racism -- Radical behaviorism: B.F. Skinner -- Rape -- Rape and sexual assault -- Rational emotive therapy -- Reactive attachment disorder (RAD) -- Reality therapy -- Reality TV -- Recency effects -- Reflexes -- Reflexes in newborns -- Reinforcement -- Relaxation response: Herbert Benson -- Religion and psychology -- Religiosity -- Repressed memories -- Research ethics -- Reticular formation -- Retirement -- Risk assessments -- Road rage -- Rogers, Carl R. -- Romantic addiction -- Rorschach, Hermann -- Rorschach inkblots -- Rosenhan experiment -- Rule-governed behavior -- S-R theory: Neal E. Miller and John Dollard -- Sadism and masochism -- Sampling -- Satir, Virginia -- Schizoid personality disorder (SPD) -- Schizophrenia: Background, types, and symptoms -- Schizophrenia: High-risk children -- Schizophrenia: Theoretical explanations -- Schizotypal personality disorder -- Scientific methods -- Seasonal affective disorder -- Self -- Self-actualization -- Self-disclosure -- Self-efficacy -- Self-esteem -- Self-help groups -- Self-perception theory (SPT) -- Self-presentation -- Seligman, Martin E.P. -- Selye, Hans -- Sensation and perception -- Senses -- Separation and divorce: Adult issues -- Separation and divorce: Children's issues -- Separation anxiety -- Sex addiction -- Sex hormones and motivation -- Sexism -- Sexual abuse -- Sexual behavior patterns -- Sexual dysfunction -- Sexual harassment: Psychological causes and effects -- Sexual orientation -- Sexual predatory behaviors -- Sexual variants and paraphilias -- Shift work -- Shock therapy -- Short-term memory -- Shyness -- Sibling relationships -- Signal detection theory -- Skinner, B.F. -- Skinner box -- Sleep / VOLUME 5: SLEEP APENA - PHILIP ZIMBARDO: Sleep apnea -- Sleep disorders -- Sleep hygiene -- Smell and taste -- Social identity theory --  Social learning: Albert Bandura -- Social networks -- Social perception -- Social psychological models: Erich Fromm -- Social psychological models: Karen Horney -- Social schemata -- Social support and mental health -- Sociopaths -- Speech disorders -- Speech perception -- Spirituality and mental health -- Split-brain studies -- Sports psychology -- Stanford-Binet test -- Stanford prison experiment -- State-trait anxiety inventory (STAI) -- Statistical significance tests -- Stepfamilies -- Stimulant medications -- Strategic family therapy -- Stress: Behavioral and psychological responses -- Stress: Physiological responses -- Stress-related diseases -- Stress: Theories -- Strong interest inventory (SII) -- Structuralism and functionalism -- Stuttering -- Substance abuse and Mental Health Services Administration -- Substance abuse disorders -- Suicide -- Sullivan, Harry Stack -- Support groups -- Survey research: Questionnaires and interviews -- Synaptic transmission -- Synesthesia -- Systematic desensitization -- Systems theories -- Taste aversion -- Teaching methods -- Teenage suicide -- Teenagers' mental health -- Temperature -- Terrorism: Psychological causes and effects -- Testing: Historical perspectives -- Testing, tests, and measurement -- Thematic apperception test (TAT) -- Thirst -- Thorndike, Edward L. -- Thought: Inferential -- Thought: Study and measurement -- Thyroid gland -- Tic disorders -- Time-out -- Tolman, Edward C. -- Touch and pressure -- Tourette's syndrome -- Toxic environments and human development -- Transactional analysis (TA) -- Transgender psychology -- Transtheoretical model -- Transvestism -- Twin studies -- Type A behavior pattern -- Verbal abuse -- Victimization -- Violence and sexuality in the media -- Violence by children and teenagers -- Violence: Psychological causes and effects -- Virtual reality -- Vision: Brightness and contrast -- Vision: Color -- Visual system -- Watson, John B. -- Wechsler intelligence scale for children -- Wellness -- Within-subject experimental design -- Women's mental health -- Women's psychology: Carol Gilligan -- Women's psychology: Karen Horney -- Women's psychology: Sigmund Freud -- Work motivation -- Workforce reentry -- Workplace issues and mental health -- Yalom, Irvin D. -- Zimbardo, Philip -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Website directory -- Mediagraphy -- Organizations and support groups -- Category index -- Subject index.
Subjects: Psychology, Applied; Mental health; Mental illness; Medicine and psychology;
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