Handbook of Psychology, Second Edition
Copyright © 1999-2014 by John Wiley and Sons, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Online ISBN: 9781118133880
Editor(s): Irving B. Weiner, PhD, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at the University of South Florida
About this Book
The Award Winning Reference--Covering Every Aspect of the Discipline of Psychology--Fully Revised and Updated
"A magnificent achievement, a great readable reference that proves the maturity and vitality of a subject of interest to almost everyone."
--Library Journal, April 2003---Best Reference
Named a Best Reference by Library Journal in its first edition, this comprehensive revision now covers discoveries based in neuroscience, evidence-based practice and mindfulness, as well as new findings in social, developmental, and forensic psychology.
Each volume is impeccably produced--edited by renowned leaders in the field--which chapter contributors culled from the ranks of the most prestigious institutions and organizations from around the world. Every chapter has been revised, which many new contributions reflecting the most current information and research in the study of psychology and the behavioral sciences. Virtually every topic in psychology is covered--this reference is literally a virtual online University for those studying, or interested in studying this dynamic field. From established theories to the most current research and developments, Editor-in-Chief Irving Weiner shepherds you through the field of psychology with the wisdom and thoroughness of the experts he has assembled to produce each volume.
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More than an Encyclopedia
While the field of psychology has been rich in both comprehensive encyclopedias that offer brief listings on a wide range of topics as well as in handbooks devoted to specific topics in the field, there has not previously been any single handbook designed to cover the broad scope of psychological science and practice. Handbook of Psychology fills the gap and provides the only singular source of information on the field of psychology. If you purchase only one major reference work for your academic library this year, Handbook of Psychology should be the ONE.