Handbook of Psychology, Second Edition

Handbook of Psychology, Second Edition

Online ISBN: 9781118133880

DOI: 10.1002/9781118133880

Editor(s): Irving B. Weiner, PhD, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at the University of South Florida

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    Handbook of Psychology Preface
  2. Foreword to the First Edition
  3. Foreword to the Second Edition
  4. Volume 1 History of Psychology
    1. Volume Preface
    2. 1 Psychology as a Science
    3. Psychology as a Profession
    4. 3 Biological Psychology
    5. 4 Comparative Psychology in Historical Perspective
    6. 5 Sensation and Perception
    7. 6 Cognition and Learning
    8. 7 Intelligence
    9. 8 Emotion
    10. Personality
    11. 10 Developmental Psychology
    12. 11 Social Psychology
    13. Psychology of Women and Gender
    14. Educational Psychology
    15. 14 Assessment Psychology
    16. Abnormal Psychology
    17. Clinical Psychology
    18. 17 Counseling Psychology
    19. 18 Industrial–Organizational Psychology
    20. 19 Forensic Psychology
    21. 20 School Psychology
    22. Community Psychology
    23. 22 Health Psychology
    24. 23 Undergraduate Education in Psychology
    25. 24 Ethnic Minority Psychology
    26. 25 International Psychology
    27. 26 A History of Professional Organizations
  5. Volume 2 Research Methods in Psychology
    1. hop202000 Volume Preface
    2. I FOUNDATIONS OF RESEARCH ISSUES
      1. 1 Experimental Design
      2. 2 Exploratory Data Analysis
      3. 3 Statistical Power Analysis
      4. 4 Methods for Handling Missing Data
      5. 5 Effect Size Estimation and Confidence Intervals
      6. 6 Exploratory Factor Analysis: Basics and Beyond
      7. 7 Clustering and Classification Methods
    3. II RESEARCH METHODS IN SPECIFIC CONTENT AREAS
      1. 8 Clinical Forensic Psychology
      2. 9 Health Psychology
      3. 10 Research Methods in Neuropsychology
      4. 11 Research Designs for Program Evaluation
      5. 12 Behavior Genetics
    4. III MEASUREMENT ISSUES
      1. 13 Mood Measurement: Current Status and Future Directions
      2. 14 Measuring Personality and Psychopathology
      3. 15 Utilizing Mixed Methods in Psychological Research
      4. 16 Item Response Theory and Measuring Abilities
      5. 17 An Overview of Latent Curve and Latent Change Score Analyses
    5. IV DATA ANALYSIS ISSUES
      1. 18 Multiple Linear Regression
      2. 19 Logistic Regression: Basic Foundations and New Directions
      3. 20 Meta-Analysis
      4. 21 Survival Analysis
      5. 22 Time Series Analysis for Psychological Research
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        23 Structural Equation Modeling
      7. 24 An Introduction to Latent Class and Latent Transition Analysis
      8. 25 Statistical Mediation Analysis
  6. Volume 3 Behavioral Neuroscience
    1. Volume Preface
    2. 1 Behavioral Genetics
    3. 2 Evolutionary Psychology
    4. 3 Comparative Vision
    5. 4 Visual Processing in the Primate Brain
    6. Comparative Audition
    7. 6 Auditory Processing in Primate Brains
    8. Comparative Locomotor Systems
    9. Neural Mechanisms of Tactile Perception
    10. The Biopsychology of Pain
    11. 10 Taste and Olfaction
    12. 11 Food and Fluid Intake
    13. Sexual Behavior
    14. 13 Sleep and Biological Rhythms
    15. 14 Motivational Systems: Rewards and Incentive Value
    16. Emotion
    17. Stress, Coping, and Immune Function
    18. 17 Environmental Influences on Development of the Nervous System
    19. 18 Comparative Cognition
    20. 19 Biological Models of Associative Learning
    21. 20 Memory Systems
    22. 21 Social Relationships, Social Cognition, and the Evolution of Mind in Primates
    23. 22 The Neural Basis of Language Faculties
    24. Neurally Inspired Models of Psychological Processes
    25. Normal Neurocognitive Aging
  7. Volume 4 Experimental Psychology
    1. Volume Preface
    2. I MODULATORY PROCESSES
      1. Consciousness
      2. Motivation
      3. Affective Influences on Cognition
    3. II SENSORY PROCESSES
      1. Visual Perception
      2. 5 Audition
      3. Touch
    4. III PERCEPTUAL PROCESSES
      1. Visual Object Processing
      2. 8 Depth Perception and the Perception of Events
      3. 9 Speech Production and Perception
    5. IV ATTENTION AND ACTION PROCESSES
      1. 10 Selective Attention
      2. 11 Action Selection
      3. 12 Motor Control
    6. V ELEMENTARY LEARNING AND MEMORY PROCESSES
      1. Conditioning and Learning
      2. 14 Animal Cognition
      3. 15 Sensory and Working Memory
    7. VI COMPLEX LEARNING AND MEMORY PROCESSES
      1. Semantic Memory and Priming
      2. 17 Episodic and Autobiographical Memory
      3. 18 Procedural Memory and Skill Acquisition
    8. VII LANGUAGE AND INFORMATION PROCESSING
      1. Language Comprehension and Production
      2. Reading
      3. 21 Text Comprehension and Discourse Processing
    9. VIII THOUGHT PROCESSES
      1. Concepts and Categorization
      2. 23 Reasoning and Problem Solving
      3. 24 Judgment and Decision Making
    10. IX APPLICATIONS
      1. 25 Applied Experimental Psychology
  8. Volume 5 Personality and Social Psychology
    1. hop205000 Volume Preface
    2. I PERSONALITY
      1. 1 Genetics of Personality
      2. 2 Biological Bases of Personality
      3. 3 Psychodynamic Models of Personality
      4. 4 The Five-Factor Model in Fact and Fiction
      5. 5 Cognitive-Experiential Self-Theory: An Integrative Theory of Personality
      6. 6 Self-Regulatory Perspectives on Personality
      7. 7 Interpersonal Theory of Personality
      8. 8 The Cognitive-Affective Processing System
      9. 9 Personality Trait Development in Adulthood
      10. 10 Personality Strengths
    3. II SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
      1. 11 Social Cognition and Perception
      2. 12 The Social Self
      3. 13 Attitudes in Social Behavior
      4. 14 Social Influence and Group Behavior
      5. 15 Close Relationships
      6. 16 Prejudice
      7. 17 Persuasion and Attitude Change
      8. 18 Emotion Regulation Effectiveness: What Works When
      9. 19 Justice Theory and Research: A Social Functionalist Perspective
      10. 20 Social Conflict, Harmony, and Integration
      11. 21 Aggression
      12. 22 Altruism and Prosocial Behavior
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        23 Evolutionary Social Psychology
      14. 24 Culture and Social Psychology
  9. Volume 6 Developmental Psychology
    1. Volume Preface
    2. I FOUNDATIONS OF DEVELOPMENT ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN
      1. Developmental Science Across the Life Span
      2. 2 Metatheories, Theories, and Concepts in the Study of Development
    3. II INFANCY AND EARLY CHILDHOOD
      1. 3 Infant Perception and Cognition
      2. 4 Social and Emotional Development in Infancy
      3. 5 The Developmental Psychobiology of Stress and Emotion in Childhood
      4. Parent–Infant Communicative Interactions in Cultural Context
    4. III CHILDHOOD
      1. 7 Language Development
      2. 8 Cognitive Development in Childhood
      3. 9 Emotion and Personality Development
      4. 10 Social Development and Social Relationships in Middle Childhood
      5. Culture and Child Development
    5. IV ADOLESCENCE
      1. Puberty
      2. 13 Schools as Developmental Contexts During Adolescence
      3. 14 Identity Development, Personality, and Well-Being in Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood
      4. Positive Youth Development
      5. Adolescents, Parents, Friends/Peers
    6. V ADULTHOOD AND AGING
      1. Disease, Health, and Aging in the First Decade of the 21st Century
      2. Cognitive Development in Adulthood and Aging
      3. 19 Personality Development in Adulthood and Old Age
      4. 20 Social Relationships and Aging
    7. VI APPLIED DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN
      1. 21 Applied Developmental Science
      2. Disabilities and Development
      3. 23 Child Development and the Law
      4. 24 Health and Human Development
      5. 25 Successful Aging
      6. 26 Developmental Technologies
  10. Volume 7 Educational Psychology
    1. hop207000 Volume Preface
    2. 1 Educational Psychology: Contemporary Perspectives
    3. 2 Contemporary Theories of Intelligence
    4. 3 Self-Regulation and Learning
    5. 4 Metacognition, Learning, and Instruction
    6. 5 Motivation and Classroom Learning
    7. 6 Vygotsky and Sociocultural Approaches to Teaching and Learning
    8. 7 Moral-Character Education
    9. 8 Cooperative Learning and Achievement: Theory and Research
    10. 9 Relationships Between Teachers and Children
    11. 10 School Adjustment
    12. 11 Early Childhood Education: Improving Outcomes for Young Children and Families
    13. 12 The Psychology and Pedagogy of Reading Processes
    14. 13 Mathematical Learning
    15. 14 Engaged Learning With Digital Media: The Points of Viewing Theory
    16. 15 School Psychology
    17. 16 Gifted Education Programs and Procedures
    18. 17 The School-Related Behavior Disorders Field: A Source of Innovation and Best Practices for School Personnel Who Serve Students With Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
    19. 18 Learning and Pedagogy in Initial Teacher Preparation
    20. 19 Educational/Psychological Intervention Research Circa 2012
    21. 20 Educational Psychology and Educational Transformation
    22. 21 Future Perspectives in Educational Psychology
  11. Volume 8 Clinical Psychology
    1. Volume Preface
    2. I PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
      1. 1 Diagnosis and Classification
      2. 2 Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence
      3. 3 Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge Eating Disorder
      4. 4 Personality Disorders
      5. 5 Mood Disorders
      6. 6 Anxiety Disorders
      7. 7 Sex and Gender Identity Disorders
      8. 8 Disorders of Extreme Stress
      9. 9 Disorders of Impulse Control
      10. 10 Schizophrenia Spectrum Conditions
    3. II PSYCHOTHERAPY
      1. 11 Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
      2. 12 Behavior Therapy and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
      3. 13 The Humanistic-Experiential Approach
      4. 14 Psychotherapy Integration and Integrative Psychotherapies
      5. 15 Group Psychotherapies
      6. 16 Family Therapy
      7. 17 Crisis Intervention
      8. 18 Brief Psychotherapies
      9. 19 Child Psychotherapy
      10. 20 Psychotherapy With Older Adults Within a Family Context
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        21 Empirically Supported Treatments, Evidence-Based Treatments, and Evidence-Based Practice
    4. III PROFESSIONAL ISSUES
      1. 22 Education, Training, Licensing, and Credentialing in Clinical Psychology
      2. Ethical Practice in Clinical Psychology
      3. 24 The U.S. Health-Care Marketplace: Future Tense
      4. 25 Evolving Roles for the Profession
  12. Volume 9 Health Psychology
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    2. I OVERVIEW
      1. 1 Health Psychology: Overview
    3. II CAUSAL AND MEDIATING PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS
      1. 2 Stressful Life Events
      2. 3 Coping and Social Support
      3. 4 Psychoneuroimmunology: Mechanisms, Individual Differences, and Interventions
    4. III DISEASES AND DISORDERS
      1. 5 Asthma
      2. 6 Understanding and Managing Obesity
      3. 7 Nicotine Dependence
      4. 8 Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Conditions
      5. 9 Diabetes Mellitus
      6. 10 HIV/AIDS
      7. 11 Headaches
      8. 12 Psychosocial Oncology
      9. 13 Chronic Pain
      10. 14 Nature and Treatment of Insomnia
      11. 15 Coronary Heart Disease and Hypertension
      12. 16 Gastrointestinal Diseases
      13. 17 Spinal Cord Injury
    5. IV HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN
      1. 18 Child Health Psychology
      2. 19 Adolescent Health
      3. 20 Adult Development and Aging
      4. 21 Women's Health Psychology
      5. 22 Primary Care Psychology
      6. 23 Sociocultural Aspects of Health Psychology
      7. 24 Occupational Health Psychology
      8. 25 Complementary and Alternative Therapies
  13. Volume 10 Assessment Psychology
    1. Volume Preface
    2. I ASSESSMENT ISSUES
      1. 1 The Assessment Process
      2. 2 Clinical Versus Mechanical Prediction
      3. 3 Fundamental Psychometric Considerations in Assessment
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        Bias in Psychological Assessment
      5. Testing and Assessment in Cross-Cultural Psychology
      6. Psychological Assessment in Treatment
      7. Computerized Personality Assessment
      8. 8 Ethical Issues in Psychological Assessment
      9. 9 Education and Training in Psychological Assessment
    3. II ASSESSMENT SETTINGS
      1. 10 Psychological Assessment in Adult Mental Health Settings
      2. 11 Psychological Assessment in Child Mental Health Settings
      3. 12 Psychological Assessment in School Settings
      4. 13 Psychological Assessment in Medical Settings
      5. 14 Psychological Assessment in Industrial/Organizational Settings
      6. 15 Forensic Psychological Assessments
      7. Psychological Assessment in Correctional Settings
      8. 17 Assessment in Geriatric Settings
    4. III ASSESSMENT METHODS
      1. 18 Assessment of Intellectual Functioning
      2. 19 Assessment of Neuropsychological Functioning
      3. 20 Conceptualization and Assessment of Interests
      4. 21 Assessing Personality and Psychopathology With Interviews
      5. 22 Assessment of Psychopathology
      6. 23 Performance Assessment of Personality and Psychopathology
      7. 25 Current Status and Future Directions of Assessment Psychology
    5. III ASSESSMENT METHODS
      1. 24 Self-Report Inventories
  14. Volume 11 Forensic Psychology
    1. hop211000 Volume Preface
    2. I NATURE OF THE FIELD
      1. 1 Overview of Forensic Psychology
      2. 2 Forensic Training and Practice
      3. 3 Ethics in Forensic Practice
      4. 4 Legal Contours of Expert Testimony
      5. 5 Forensic Report Writing
    3. II FORENSIC EVALUATIONS IN CIVIL PROCEEDINGS
      1. Child Custody Evaluations: Current Literature and Practical Applications
      2. 7 Assessment in a Child Protection Context
      3. 8 Psychological Evaluation of Emotional Damages in Tort Cases
      4. 9 Disability and Worker's Compensation
      5. 10 Assessing Employment Discrimination and Harassment
      6. 11 Forensic Assessment for High-Risk Occupations
      7. Forensic Evaluation in Americans With Disabilities Act Cases
      8. 13 Civil Competencies
      9. 14 Civil Commitment and Involuntary Hospitalization of the Mentally Ill
      10. 15 Evaluation and Management of Sexual Offenders
    4. III FORENSIC EVALUATIONS IN DELINQUENCY AND CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS
      1. 16 Forensic Evaluation in Delinquency Cases
      2. 17 Capacity to Waive Miranda Rights and the Assessment of Susceptibility to Police Coercion
      3. 18 Assessment of Competence to Stand Trial
      4. 19 Evaluation of Criminal Responsibility
      5. 20 Sentencing Determinations in Death Penalty Cases
    5. IV SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ISSUES
      1. 21 Evaluation of Malingering and Related Response Styles
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        22 Violence Risk Assessment
      3. Clinical and Forensic Issues in the Assessment of Psychopathy
      4. 24 Child Sexual Abuse Evaluations
    6. V FORENSIC CONSULTATION
      1. 25 Eyewitness Memory for People and Events
      2. Voir Dire and Jury Selection
      3. 27 Trial Consultation
  15. Volume 12 Industrial and Organizational Psychology
    1. hop212000 Volume Preface
    2. I CONDUCTING AND COMMUNICATING RESEARCH IN INDUSTRIAL–ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
      1. 1 A Snapshot in Time: Industrial–Organizational Psychology Today
      2. 2 Inferential Meta-Themes in Organizational Science Research: Causal Inference, System Dynamics, and Computational Models
      3. 3 Communicating Research Findings
    3. II PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY
      1. 4 Job and Work Analysis
      2. 5 Job Performance
      3. 6 Recruitment and Job Choice Research: Same as It Ever Was?
      4. 7 Personnel Selection and Employee Performance
      5. 8 Intelligence and the Workplace
      6. 9 Use and Importance of Personality Variables in Work Settings
      7. 10 Understanding and Facilitating Learning: Advancements in Training and Development
      8. 11 Absence, Lateness, Turnover, and Retirement: Narrow and Broad Understandings of Withdrawal and Behavioral Engagement
      9. 12 Theoretical Approaches to the Study of Job Transitions
    4. III ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
      1. 13 Motivation
      2. 14 Job Attitudes: Cognition and Affect
      3. 15 Leadership Models, Methods, and Applications: Progress and Remaining Blind Spots
      4. 16 Organization Change and Development: In Practice and in Theory
      5. 17 Work Groups and Teams in Organizations
      6. 18 Customer Service Behavior
      7. 19 Judgment and Decision Making
    5. IV THE WORK ENVIRONMENT
      1. 20 Work Design
      2. 21 Stress in Organizations
      3. 22 Career Dynamics
      4. 23 Healthy Workplaces
      5. 24 Organizational Culture and Climate
      6. 25 Diversity in Organizations
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        26 The Work–Family Role Interface: A Synthesis of the Research from Industrial and Organizational Psychology

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