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Drunk tank pink : and other unexpected forces that shape how we think, feel, and behave / by Alter, Adam L.,1980-,author.;
Pt. 1. The world within us. Names ; Labels ; Symbols -- pt. 2. The world between us. The mere presence of other people ; The characteristics of other people ; Culture -- pt. 3. The world around us. Colors ; Locations ; Weather and warmth.Includes bibliographical references and index.The title stems from a minor popular culture sensation based on a 1979 article in the academic journal Orthomolecular Psychiatry that described an experiment with 153 healthy young men and blue and pink cardboard. All but 2 of the men were dramatically weaker after staring at the pink cardboard for one minute. Law enforcement officials used pink for holding cell walls and the color was unofficially christened Drunk Tank Pink.
Subjects: Psychology, Applied.; Environmental psychology.;
© 2014., Penguin Books,
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Psychology applied to modern life : adjustment in the 21st century / by Weiten, Wayne,1950-author.; Dunn, Dana.author.; Hammer, Elizabeth Yost,author.;
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.Adjusting to modern life -- Theories of personality -- Stress and its effects -- Coping processes -- Psychology and physical health -- The self -- Social thinking and social influence -- Interpersonal communication -- Friendship and love -- Marriage and the family -- Gender and behavior -- Development and expression of sexuality -- Careers and work -- Psychological disorders -- Psychotherapy -- Positive psychology.Filled with coverage of classic and contemporary research, relevant examples, and engaging applications, this text shows students how psychology helps them understand themselves and the world - and uses psychological principles to illuminate the variety of opportunities they have in their lives and their future careers.
Subjects: Adjustment (Psychology); Interpersonal relations; Adulthood; Self-help techniques;
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Everything is negotiable : the 5 tactics to get what you want in life, love, & work / by Morgan, Meg Myers.;
Includes bibliographical references.Introduction: The initial offer -- Wanting. Tactic one: Don't confuse your wants -- Choosing. Tactic two: Choose all that apply -- Owning. Tactic three: Own the terms -- Giving. Tactic four: Never give your all -- Getting. Tactic five: Get out of your way -- Conclusion: The final offer.Everything from salary to self-worth can be negotiated -- and Morgan shows you the ways women leave opportunities for happiness on the table by failing to negotiate. Whether you need to negotiate better terms in your career, as a parent, or just in dealing with other adults, she shares advice and case studies that will inspire you to clarify goals, overcome doubts, and set the terms for the life you want to live. -- adapted from back cover
Subjects: Negotiation.; Psychology, Applied.; Self-realization.;
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Eat that frog! : 21 great ways to stop procrastinating and get more done in less time / by Tracy, Brian.;
Set the table -- Plan every day in advance -- Apply the 80/20 rule to everything -- Consider the consequences -- Practice creative procrastination -- Use the ABCDE method continually -- Focus on key result areas -- Apply the law of three -- Prepare thoroughly before you begin -- Take it one oil barrel at a time -- Upgrade your key skills -- Leverage your special talents -- Identify your key constraints -- Put the pressure on yourself -- Maximize your personal power -- Motivate yourself into action -- Get out of the technological time sinks -- Slice and dice the task -- Create large chunks of time -- Develop a sense of urgency -- Single handle every task -- Conclusion: putting it all together.Brian Tracy gives the advice of doing the most difficult task first so that you can feel positive about yourself and move on to the other tasks of the day.
Subjects: Procrastination.; Psychology, Applied.; Time Management.;
© c2007., Berrett-Koehler Publishers,
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Eat that frog! : action workbook / by Tracy, Brian,author.;
Set the table -- Plan every day in advance -- Apply the 80/20 rule to everything -- Consider the consequences -- Practice creative procrastination -- Use the ABCDE method continually -- Focus on key result areas -- Apply the law of three -- Prepare thoroughly before you begin -- Take it one oil barrel at a time -- Upgrade your key skills -- Leverage your special talents -- Identify your key constraints -- Put the pressure on yourself -- Maximize your personal power -- Motivate yourself into action -- Get out of the technological time sinks -- Slice and dice the task -- Create large chunks of time -- Develop a sense of urgency -- Single handle every task -- Conclusion: putting it all together.There’s an old saying that if the first thing you do each morning is eat a live frog, you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing you’re done with the worst thing you’ll have to do all day. For Tracy, eating a frog is a metaphor for tackling your most challenging task—but also the one that can have the greatest positive impact on your life.Eat That Frog! shows you how to organize each day so you can zero in on these critical tasks and accomplish them efficiently and effectively. The core of what is vital to effective time management is: decision, discipline, and determination. And in this fully revised and updated edition, Tracy adds two new chapters. The first explains how you can use technology to remind yourself of what is most important and protect yourself from what is least important. The second offers advice for maintaining focus in our era of constant distractions, electronic and otherwise.This life-changing book will ensure that you get more of your important tasks done today. -- provided by Amazon.com.Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed July 27, 2017).Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Procrastination.; Time management.; Psychology, Applied.; Home economics.;
On-line resources: https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/kirtland-ebooks/detail.action?docID=4796048 -- Available  online. Click here to access.;
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Irresistible : the rise of addictive technology and the business of keeping us hooked / by Alter, Adam L.,1980-;
Includes bibliographical references (pages 323-344) and index."An urgent and expert investigation into behavioral addiction, the dark flipside of today's unavoidable digital technologies, and how we can turn the tide to regain control. Behavioral addiction may prove to be one of the most important fields of social, medical, and psychological research in our lifetime. The idea that behaviors can be being addictive is new, but the threat is near universal. Experts are just beginning to acknowledge that we are all potential addicts. Adam Alter, a professor of psychology and marketing at NYU, is at the cutting edge of research into what makes these products so compulsive, and he documents the hefty price we're likely to pay if we continue blindly down our current path. People have been addicted to substances for thousands of years, but for the past two decades, we've also been hooked on technologies, such as Instagram, Netflix, and Facebook--inventions that we've adopted because we assume they'll make our lives better. These inventions have profound upsides, but their extraordinary appeal isn't an accident. Technology companies and marketers have teams of engineers and researchers devoted to keeping us engaged. They know how to push our buttons, and how to coax us into using their products for hours, days, and weeks on end. Tracing the very notion of addiction through history right up until the present day, Alter shows that we're only just beginning to understand the epidemic of behavioral addiction gripping society. He takes us inside the human brain at the very moment we score points on a smartphone game, or see that someone has liked a photo we've posted on Instagram. But more than that, Alter heads the problem off at the pass, letting us know what we can do to step away from the screen. He lays out the options we have address this problem before it truly consumes us. After all, who among us has struggled to ignore the ding of a new email, the next episode in a TV series, or the desire to play a game just one more time? Adam Alter's previous book, Drunk Tank Pink: And Other Unexpected Forces that Shape How We Think, Feel, and Behave is available in paperback from Penguin"--Prologue : never get high on your own supply -- Part 1. What is behavioral addiction and where did it come from?. The rise of behavioral addiction -- The addict in all of us -- The biology of behavioral addiction -- Part 2. The ingredients of behavioral addiction (or, how to engineer an addictive experience). Goals -- Feedback -- Progress -- Escalation -- Cliffhangers -- Social interaction -- Part 3. The future of behavioral addiction (and some solutions). Nipping addictions at birth -- Habits and architecture -- Gamification -- Epilogue.
Subjects: Digital media; Digital media; Psychology, Applied.;
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Teaching for critical thinking : tools and techniques to help students question their assumptions / by Brookfield, Stephen.;
"In Teaching for Critical Thinking, Stephen Brookfield builds on his last three decades of experience running workshops and teaching courses on critical thinking to explore how student learn to think this way, and what teachers can do the help students develop this capacity. He outlines a basic protocol of critical thinking as a learning process that focuses on uncovering and checking assumptions, exploring alternative perspectives, and taking informed actions as a result. Written to address the broad range of disciplines, this book fosters a shared understanding of critical thinking and helps to various constituencies adapt general principles to specific disciplinary contexts"--Includes bibliographical references (p. 261-268) and index.
Subjects: Critical thinking.; Critical thinking; Psychology, Applied.;
© c2012., Jossey-Bass,
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Eat that Frog! : [electronic resource] : 21 great ways to stop procrastinating and get more done in less time. by Tracy, Brian.;
There’s an old saying that if the first thing you do each morning is eat a live frog, you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing you’re done with the worst thing you’ll have to do all day. For Tracy, eating a frog is a metaphor for tackling your most challenging task—but also the one that can have the greatest positive impact on your life. Eat That Frog! shows you how to organize each day so you can zero in on these critical tasks and accomplish them efficiently and effectively. The core of what is vital to effective time management is: decision, discipline, and determination. And in this fully revised and updated edition, Tracy adds two new chapters. The first explains how you can use technology to remind yourself of what is most important and protect yourself from what is least important. The second offers advice for maintaining focus in our era of constant distractions, electronic and otherwise. This life-changing book will ensure that you get more of your important tasks done today.Electronic reproduction.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Procrastination.; Psychology, Applied.; Time Management.; Nonfiction.; Business.; Economics.;
© 2017.,
On-line resources: https://link.overdrive.com/?websiteID=130119&titleID=3224594 -- Click to access digital title in OverDrive.;
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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;
On-line resources: https://libproxy.kirtland.edu/login?url=https://online.salempress.com/doi/book/10.3331/PBH -- Available online. Click here to access.;
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Psychology & behavioral health, volume 2, Creativity - Hysteria / by Moglia, Paul,editor.;
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.Volume 2 -- 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 -- Defense mechanisms -- Defense reactions: Species-specific -- Dementia -- Denial -- Depression -- Depth and motion perception -- Despair -- Development -- Developmental disabilities -- Developmental methodologies -- Developmental psychology -- Dewey, John -- Diagnosis -- Dialectical behavioral 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 -- Dysphonia -- Eating disorders -- Ebbinghaus, Hermann -- Ecological psychology -- Educational psychology -- Ego defense mechanisms -- Ego psychology: Erik H. Erikson -- Ego, superego, and id -- Elder abuse -- Elders' mental health -- 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 -- Experimental psychology -- Experimentation: Ethics and participant rights -- Experimentation: Independent, dependent, and -- control variables -- Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) -- Eyewitness testimony -- Eysenck, Hans -- Facial feedback -- Factitious disorders -- Families and behavioral addictions -- Families and substance abuse -- Family dynamics -- Family life: Adult issues -- Family life: Children's issues -- Family systems 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 -- Gender differences -- Gender identity disorder -- Gender identity formation -- Gender roles and gender role conflicts -- General adaptation 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 sensitization -- Hall, G. Stanley -- Hallucinations -- Hate crimes: Psychological causes and effects -- Health insurance -- Health maintenance organizations (HMOs) -- Health psychology -- Hearing -- Help-seeking -- Helping -- Hierarchy of needs -- Histrionic personality disorder (HPD) -- 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 -- Hypnosis -- Hypochondriasis, conversion and somatization -- Hypothesis development and testing -- Hysteria.Provides a comprehensive five-volume set that covers not only the history of the field and the core aspects of behaviorism, cognitive psychology, and psychoanalytic psychology, but also diagnoses, disorders, treatment, assessment, and notable individuals in the field.10-A.Mode of access: Internet.
Subjects: Psychology, Applied; Mental health; Mental illness; Medicine and psychology; Applied psychology; Mental health; Mental illness; Medicine;
On-line resources: https://online.salempress.com/doi/book/10.3331/PBH5e -- Available online. Click here to access.;
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