4 edition of Psychology in the Trenches found in the catalog.
Psychology in the Trenches
John A. Corson
September 30, 2007
by AMS Press
Written in English
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These have become go-to resources for forensic psychologists in the trenches today. In this new and fully updated text, the authors review the major changes in the risk assessment field, which include a much larger and richer empirical literature, a focus on dynamic risk management among supervised offenders, and commentaries on the use and Pages: Robert E. McGrath, PhD, is a professor of psychology at Fairleigh Dickinson University, where he currently directs both the doctoral program in clinical psychology and the master of science program in clinical psychopharmacology. He received his doctorate in clinical psychology in from Auburn University. He has since authored approximately publications and presentations, primarily in Pages:
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This new book elaborates on the notions about personality that Corson described in and follows the lives of the violent individuals Psychology in the Trenches book cases were described in the first book. history of violent behavior: combat veterans with severe post-traumatic stress disorder, individuals with panic attacks, sex offenders, and people who find it difficult to deal with the stresses of daily life.5/5.
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Drawing on psychoanalytic concepts but not constrained by them, the contributors present innovative programs and practices developed to respond to human suffering in our era's most violent, traumatic situations, Format: Paperback. Sepoys in the Trenches book.
Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. October With the First World War underway, and desperat /5(7). This book is a collaborative effort by an experienced psychologist and attorney who share their practical suggestions for helping attorneys prevent, avoid, and repair difficult situations brought on by : Lyn Cobin Gullette.
The "Notes from the Writing Trenches" series takes an inside look at everything from the psychology of writing to the craft of writing to the business of writing.
The series gives an intimate, inside look at how writers can sustain the blows of anonymity and doubt while inspiring all artists to follow the voice within that urges them to create.5/5(2).
In the Trenches Understanding the adolescent mind. Wanda Behrens-Horrell, L.C.S.W., A, is a child developmental psychoanalyst in Scarsdale, NY. The face of financial services has evolved - and, along with it, the very nature of financial advice. In an increasingly complex world where people are starving for someone they can trust, the time has come for financial advisors to rise to the occasion and reinvent the value they provide to better 5/5(1).
Promising, but unfulfilling An interesting look at an often overlooked time in Churchill’s life and career, this book suffers from an over reliance on the letters of Winston and Clementine Churchill, and a boatload of typos. Sources such as the letters of the participants in events are certainly a great help to an author’s narrative, but here they are not always contextualized very well/5.
In the trenches of isolated and disadvantaged communities for twenty-four years, she has organized and led support groups for people living with serious illness, disability, grief, and trauma.
Written by a Medical Doctor who served in the trenches of WW I for England he wrote the book for Churchill, who he served in WW II. Outstanding material on the attribute of courage on the battlefield, under stress - what causes problems, how to prevent them and on and by: The abstractions and the clinical inferences were of a different order than those in Trenches.
Psychoanalytic thought advances, though, from both metapsychology and phenomenology. Trenches provides the latter. Analysts may be committed to refining theory and the intensive individual analytic practice from which it evolves, while at the same time supporting social applications.
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Gallwey was the first author to detail practical, in-the-trenches sports psychology techniques. He wasn’t really a theory guy or a data guy or a research guy, but practical techniques—his books are.
This book should be of interest to psychologists as well as to knowledge engineers who are "out in the trenches" developing expert systems, and anyone pondering the nature of expertise and the question of how it can be elicited and studied by: Reggie White In The Trenches is definitely the best book I have ever read.
This book is very appealing to me considering, I am a man of God, and I want to be in the NFL. He has a great life story, and explains it very well in this book.I know someone who was very close to him before he past away, and be able to hear his perspective of his life /5.
A few years ago I read a book by psychology professors from a leading evangelical university. It was intended to defend the practice of integrating psychology with theology.
But in the reading, I found that very few of their arguments appealed to hard, cold facts. The World War I poet Siegfried Sassoon is one of the twentieth century's greatest icons and Jean Moorcroft Wilson is the leading authority on him.
In Siegfried Sassoon: The Journey from the Trenches, the second volume of her best-selling, authorized biography, Wilson completes her definitive analysis of his life and works, exploring Sassoon's experiences after the Great War.This book is a collaborative effort by an experienced psychologist and attorney who share their practical suggestions for helping attorneys prevent, avoid, and repair difficult situations brought on by : Paperback.When Junger notes how high unit cohesion for soldiers or high community unity can reduce psychological symptoms, or how soldiers returning from war might miss the war because of the camaraderie they felt in the trenches, he is latching onto an important concept — .