Clinical Psychology / Edition 8 by Timothy J. Trull EBOOK PDF Instant Download
Table of Contents
Part One: Foundations Of Clinical Psychology.
1. Clinical Psychology: An Introduction. What is Clinical Psychology? Closely-Related Mental Health Professions. The Clinical Psychologist. Training: Toward a Clinical Identity. Admission to Graduate Programs. A Profession in Movement. A Tolerance for Ambiguity and a Thirst for New Knowledge.
2. Historical Overview Of Clinical Psychology. Historical Roots. Diagnosis and Assessment. Interventions. Research. The Profession.
3. Current Issues In Clinical Psychology. Models of Training in Clinical Psychology. Professional Regulation. Private Practice. Independence and Economics. The Health Care Revolution. Prescription Privileges. Culturally Sensitive Mental Health Services. Ethical Standards.
4. Research Methods In Clinical Psychology. Introduction to Research. Methods. Statistical versus Practical Significance. Research and Ethics.
5. Diagnosis And Classification Of Psychological Problems. What is Abnormal Behavior? Mental Illness. DSM-IV. General Issues in Classification. Other Classification Systems. Causes of Abnormal Behavior and Mental Illness. Conclusion. Part Two: Clinical Assessment.
6. The Assessment Interview. Assessment in Clinical Psychology. Varieties of Interviews. Reliability and Validity of Interviews. The Art and Science of Interviewing.
7. The Assessment Of Intelligence. Intelligence Testing: Yesterday and Today. The Concept of Intelligence. The IQ, Its Meaning and Its Correlates. The Clinical Assessment of Intelligence.
8. Personality Assessment. Objective Tests. Projective Tests. Illusory Correlation. Incremental Utility. The Use and Abuse of Testing.
9. Behavioral Assessment. The Behavioral Tradition. Interviews. Observation Methods. Role-Playing Methods. Inventories and Checklists. Cognitive Behavioral Assessment. Concluding Comments.
10. Clinical Judgment. Process and Accuracy. Improving Judgment and Interpretation. Communication: The Clinical Report. Part Three: Clinical Intervention.
11. Psychological Interventions. Introduction. Features Common to Many Therapies. Nature of Specific Therapeutic Variables. Course of Clinical Intervention. Psychotherapy Research. Some General Conclusions.
12. Psychotherapy: The Psychodynamic Perspective. Psychoanalysis: The Beginnings. Techniques of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. Psychoanalytic Alternatives. Summary Evaluation of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.
13. Psychotherapy: Phenomenological And Humanistic-Existential Perspectives. Client-Centered Therapy. The Humanistic-Existential Movement. Summary. Evaluation of Phenomenological and Humanistic-Existential Therapies.
14. Psychotherapy: Behavioral And Cognitive-Behavioral Perspectives. Origins of the Behavioral Approach. Traditional Techniques of Behavior Therapy. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. An Evaluation of Behavior Therapy.
15. Group Therapy, Family Therapy, And Couples Therapy. Group Therapy. Family Therapy and Couples Therapy. Part Four: Specialties In Clinical Psychology.
16. Community Psychology. Perspectives and History. Key Concepts. Methods of Intervention and Change. Concluding Comments.
17. Health Psychology And Behavioral Medicine. History and Perspectives. Methods of Intervention. Prevention of Health Problems. Other Applications. Health Psychology: Prospects for the Future.
18. Neuropsychology. Perspectives and History. The Brain: Structure, Function, and Impairment. Methods of Neuropsychological Assessment. Intervention and Rehabilitation. Concluding Remarks.
19. Forensic Psychology. Perspective and History. Some Major Activities of Forensic Psychologists.
20. Pediatric And Clinical Child Psychology. Definitions, History, and Perspectives. Major Activities. Training. The Future of Clinical Child and Pediatric Psychology. Appendix Web Sites Of Interest. References. Name Index. Subject Major.