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Summary

Part One: FOUNDATIONS OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY. 1. Clinical Psychology: An Introduction. 2. Historical Overview Of Clinical Psychology. 3. Current Issues In Clinical Psychology. 4. Research Methods In Clinical Psychology. 5. Diagnosis And Classification Of Psychological Problems. Part Two: CLINICAL ASSESSMENT. 6. The Assessment Interview. 7. The Assessment Of Intelligence. 8. Personality Assessment. 9. Behavioral Assessment. 10. Clinical Judgment. Part Three: CLINICAL INTERVENTION. 11. Psychological Interventions. 12. Psychotherapy: The Psychodynamic Perspective. 13. Psychotherapy: Phenomenological And Humanistic-Existential Perspectives. 14. Psychotherapy: Behavioral And Cognitive-Behavioral Perspectives. 15. Group Therapy, Family Therapy, And Couples Therapy. Part Four: SPECIALTIES IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY. 16. Community Psychology. 17. Health Psychology And Behavioral Medicine. 18. Neuropsychology. Perspectives And History. 19. Forensic Psychology. 20. Pediatric And Clinical Child Psychology. Appendix Web Sites Of Interest. References. Name Index. Subject Major.

Author Biography

Timothy Trull is a professor of psychology at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he enjoys both teaching a variety of courses in clinical psychology, particularly abnormal psychology and psychometrics, and supervising graduate students in their research, assessment, and clinical work.

Table of Contents

PART 1 FOUNDATIONS OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Clinical Psychology: An Introduction
3(28)
What Is Clinical Psychology?
4(1)
Closely Related Mental Health Professions
4(5)
Psychiatrists
4(1)
Counseling Psychologists
5(2)
Other Mental Health Professionals
7(2)
The Clinical Psychologist
9(9)
Activities of Clinical Psychologists
9(5)
Employment Sites
14(1)
A Week in the Life of Dr. Karen C.
14(2)
Some Demographic Notes
16(1)
Research and the Scientific Tradition
16(1)
Art or Science?
17(1)
Training: Toward a Clinical Identity
18(4)
An Overview
18(1)
Clinical Training Programs
19(3)
Admission to Graduate Programs
22(4)
Step 1: Know Your Programs
22(2)
Step 2: Application Materials
24(2)
Essential Qualifications
26(1)
A Profession in Movement
26(1)
Demographics
26(1)
Training Models
27(1)
Clinical Practice
27(1)
A Tolerance for Ambiguity and a Thirst for New Knowledge
27(4)
Chapter Summary
28(1)
Key Terms
28(2)
Web Sites of Interest
30(1)
Historical Overview of Clinical Psychology
31(26)
Historical Roots
32(1)
Diagnosis and Assessment
33(5)
The Beginnings (1850--1899)
33(1)
The Advent of the Modern Era (1900--1919)
33(1)
Between the Wars (1920--1939)
34(1)
World War II and Beyond (1940--Present)
35(3)
Interventions
38(6)
The Beginnings (1850--1899)
38(1)
The Advent of the Modern Era (1900--1919)
38(2)
Between the Wars (1920--1939)
40(1)
World War II and Beyond (1940--Present)
41(3)
Research
44(3)
The Beginnings (1850--1899)
44(1)
The Advent of the Modern Era (1900--1919)
44(1)
Between the Wars (1920--1939)
44(1)
World War II and Beyond (1940--Present)
44(3)
The Profession
47(10)
The Beginnings (1850--1899)
47(1)
The Advent of the Modern Era (1900--1919)
48(1)
Between the Wars (1920--1939)
48(2)
World War II and Beyond (1940--1969)
50(1)
The Growth of a Profession (1970--Present)
51(1)
The 1988 Schism
52(2)
Chapter Summary
54(1)
Key Terms
54(2)
Web Sites of Interest
56(1)
Current Issues in Clinical Psychology
57(27)
Models of Training in Clinical Psychology
58(6)
The Scientist-Practitioner
58(1)
The Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) Degree
59(1)
Professional Schools
60(1)
Clinical Scientist Model
60(1)
Combined Professional-Scientific Training Programs
61(3)
Graduate Programs: Past and Future
64(1)
Professional Regulation
64(2)
Private Practice
66(1)
Independence and Economics
67(1)
The Health Care Revolution
68(3)
Prescription Privileges
71(5)
Culturally Sensitive Mental Health Services
76(2)
Ethical Standards
78(6)
Competence
78(1)
Privacy and Confidentiality
78(2)
Human Relations
80(1)
Chapter Summary
81(1)
Key Terms
82(1)
Web Sites of Interest
83(1)
Research Methods in Clinical Psychology
84(30)
Introduction to Research
85(1)
Methods
86(19)
Observation
86(3)
Epidemiological Research
89(2)
Correlational Methods
91(4)
Cross-Sectional Versus Longitudinal Approaches
95(2)
The Experimental Method
97(4)
Single-Case Designs
101(2)
Mixed Designs
103(2)
Statistical Versus Practical Significance
105(1)
Research and Ethics
106(8)
Chapter Summary
110(1)
Key Terms
111(2)
Web Sites of Interest
113(1)
Diagnosis and Classification of Psychological Problems
114(27)
What Is Abnormal Behavior?
116(9)
Conformity to Norms: Statistical Infrequency or Violation of Social Norms
116(1)
The Case of Dmitri A.
116(1)
The Case of Martha L.
117(4)
Subjective Distress
121(1)
The Case of Cynthia S.
122(1)
The Case of Robert G.
122(1)
Disability or Dysfunction
123(1)
The Case of Richard Z.
123(1)
The Case of Phyllis H.
123(1)
Where Does This Leave Us?
124(1)
Mental Illness
125(2)
The Importance of Diagnosis
125(1)
Early Classification Systems
126(1)
DSM-IV-TR
127(3)
The Case of Michelle M.
128(2)
General Issues in Classification
130(5)
Causes of Abnormal Behavior and Mental Illness
135(1)
The Value of Classification
136(5)
Chapter Summary
137(1)
Key Terms
137(1)
Web Sites of Interest
138(3)
PART 2 CLINICAL ASSESSMENT
The Assessment Interview
141(32)
Assessment in Clinical Psychology
142(2)
Definition and Purpose
142(1)
The Case of Billy G.
142(1)
The Referral
143(1)
What Influences How the Clinician Addresses the Referral Question?
144(1)
The Interview
144(10)
General Characteristics of Interviews
145(2)
Interviewing Essentials and Techniques
147(2)
Rapport
149(1)
Communication
150(3)
The Patient's Frame of Reference
153(1)
The Clinician's Frame of Reference
153(1)
Varieties of Interviews
154(9)
The Intake-Admission Interview
154(1)
The Case-History Interview
155(1)
The Mental Status Examination Interview
155(1)
The Crisis Interview
156(7)
The Diagnostic Interview
163(1)
Reliability and Validity of Interviews
163(8)
Reliability
163(5)
Validity
168(2)
Suggestions for Improving Reliability and Validity
170(1)
The Art and Science of Interviewing
171(2)
Chapter Summary
171(1)
Key Terms
171(2)
The Assessment of Intelligence
173(27)
Intelligence Testing: Yesterday and Today
174(1)
The Concept of Intelligence
175(6)
Reliability and Validity
175(3)
Definitions of Intelligence
178(1)
Theories of Intelligence
179(2)
The IQ: Its Meaning and Its Correlates
181(6)
The Intelligence Quotient (IQ)
181(1)
Correlates of the IQ
182(1)
Heredity and Stability of IQ Scores
183(4)
The Clinical Assessment of Intelligence
187(13)
The Stanford-Binet Scales
187(2)
The Wechsler Scales
189(1)
The WAIS-III
189(2)
A Brief Case Report: Intellectual Evaluation
191(2)
The WISC-IV
193(2)
The Clinical Use of Intelligence Tests
195(1)
The Case of Harold
195(1)
Some Final Observations and Conclusions
196(1)
Chapter Summary
197(1)
Key Terms
198(1)
Web Sites of Interest
199(1)
Personality Assessment
200(36)
Objective Tests
202(16)
Advantages
202(1)
Disadvantages
203(1)
Methods of Construction for Objective Tests
203(2)
The MMPI and the MMPI-2
205(7)
A Summary Evaluation of the MMPI and MMPI-2
212(2)
The Revised NEO-Personality Inventory
214(2)
NEO-PI-R Case Illustration
216(2)
Projective Tests
218(11)
The Nature of Projective Tests
218(1)
Measurement and Standardization
219(1)
The Rorschach
220(1)
Rorschach Case Illustration 1
221(2)
Rorschach Case Illustration 2
223(2)
The Thematic Apperception Test
225(2)
TAT Case Illustration
227(2)
Sentence Completion Techniques
229(1)
Illusory Correlation
229(1)
Incremental Validity and Utility
229(1)
The Use and Abuse of Testing
230(6)
Chapter Summary
234(1)
Key Terms
234(1)
Web Sites of Interest
235(1)
Behavioral Assessment
236(27)
The Behavioral Tradition
237(3)
Sample Versus Sign
237(1)
Functional Analysis
237(1)
Behavioral Assessment as an Ongoing Process
238(2)
Behavioral Interviews
240(3)
Observation Methods
243(13)
Naturalistic Observation
243(1)
Examples of Naturalistic Observation
244(3)
Controlled Observation
247(2)
Controlled Performance Techniques
249(1)
Self-Monitoring
250(1)
Variables Affecting Reliability of Observations
251(2)
Variables Affecting Validity of Observations
253(2)
Suggestions for Improving Reliability and Validity of Observations
255(1)
Contemporary Trends in Data Acquisition
255(1)
Role-Playing Methods
256(1)
Inventories and Checklists
257(1)
Cognitive-Behavioral Assessment
257(2)
Strengths and Weaknesses of Behavioral Assessment
259(4)
Chapter Summary
260(1)
Key Terms
260(2)
Web Sites of Interest
262(1)
Clinical Judgment
263(28)
Process and Accuracy
264(14)
Interpretation
264(3)
Theory and Interpretation
267(1)
Quantitative Versus Subjective Approaches
267(2)
The Case for a Statistical Approach
269(2)
The Case for a Clinical Approach
271(1)
Comparing Clinical and Actuarial Approaches
272(5)
Conclusions
277(1)
Improving Judgment and Interpretation
278(3)
Information Processing
278(1)
The Reading-in Syndrome
278(1)
Validation and Records
279(1)
Vague Reports, Concepts, and Criteria
279(1)
The Effects of Predictions
279(1)
Prediction to Unknown Situations
279(1)
Fallacious Prediction Principles
280(1)
The Influence of Stereotyped Beliefs
280(1)
``Why I Do Not Attend Case Conferences''
280(1)
Communication: The Clinical Report
281(10)
The Referral Source
281(2)
Aids to Communication
283(1)
A Case Illustration of a Clinical Report
283(4)
Chapter Summary
287(1)
Key Terms
288(3)
PART 3 CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS
Psychological Interventions
291(32)
Intervention Defined
292(1)
Does Psychotherapy Help?
292(2)
What Problems Are Amenable to Change?
294(1)
Features Common to Many Therapies
295(4)
Nature of Specific Therapeutic Variables
299(7)
The Patient or Client
299(4)
The Therapist
303(3)
Course of Clinical Intervention
306(5)
Initial Contact
306(1)
Assessment
307(3)
The Coals of Treatment
310(1)
Implementing Treatment
310(1)
Termination, Evaluation, and Follow-up
310(1)
Stages of Change
311(1)
Psychotherapy Research
312(8)
Issues in Psychotherapy Research
313(1)
Comparative Studies
314(2)
Process Research
316(1)
Recent Trends
317(3)
Some General Conclusions
320(3)
Chapter Summary
321(1)
Key Terms
321(1)
Web Sites of Interest
322(1)
Psychotherapy: The Psychodynamic Perspective
323(25)
Psychoanalysis: The Beginnings
324(5)
Anna O.
324(2)
The Freudian View: A Brief Review
326(2)
From Theory to Practice
328(1)
The Role of Insight
329(1)
Techniques of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
329(6)
Free Association
330(1)
Analysis of Dreams
330(1)
Psychopathology of Everyday Life
331(1)
Resistance
332(1)
A Case Illustration of Resistance
333(1)
Transference
333(1)
Interpretation
334(1)
A Case Illustration of Interpretation
334(1)
Psychoanalytic Alternatives
335(5)
Ego Analysis
336(1)
Other Contemporary Developments
336(1)
Brief Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
337(2)
Interpersonal Psychotherapy: An Empirically Supported Treatment
339(1)
Summary Evaluation of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
340(8)
Does Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Work?
340(1)
Interpretation and Insight
340(3)
Curative Factors
343(1)
The Lack of Emphasis on Behavior
344(1)
The Economics of Psychotherapy
344(1)
Chapter Summary
345(1)
Key Terms
346(1)
Web Sites of Interest
347(1)
Psychotherapy: Phenomenological and Humanistic-Existential Perspectives
348(25)
Client-Centered Therapy
349(10)
Origins
349(1)
The Phenomenological World
349(2)
Theoretical Propositions
351(1)
Core Features
352(1)
The Therapeutic Process
353(1)
Diagnosis
354(1)
A Case Illustration of Client-Centered Therapy
355(1)
Other Applications
356(1)
Some Concluding Remarks
356(3)
The Humanistic-Existential Movement
359(7)
Humanism
359(1)
Existential Therapy
359(3)
Logotherapy
362(1)
Gestalt Therapy
363(3)
Process-Experiential Therapy
366(1)
Summary Evaluation of Phenomenological and Humanistic-Existential Therapies
367(6)
Strengths
367(1)
Criticisms
368(2)
Chapter Summary
370(1)
Key Terms
371(1)
Web Sites of Interest
372(1)
Psychotherapy: Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Perspectives
373(37)
Origins of the Behavioral Approach
374(1)
Definition
374(1)
A Brief History
374(1)
Traditional Techniques of Behavior Therapy
375(14)
The Relationship
375(2)
Broad Spectrum of Treatment
377(1)
Systematic Desensitization
378(2)
A Case Illustration of Systematic Desensitization
380(2)
Exposure Therapy
382(2)
Behavior Rehearsal
384(2)
Contingency Management
386(1)
Aversion Therapy
387(2)
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
389(6)
Background
389(1)
Modeling
390(1)
Rational Restructuring
391(2)
Stress Inoculation Training
393(1)
Beck's Cognitive Therapy
393(1)
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
394(1)
An Evaluation of Behavior Therapy
395(15)
Strengths
395(6)
Criticisms
401(5)
The Future
406(1)
Chapter Summary
406(1)
Key Terms
407(2)
Web Sites of Interest
409(1)
Group Therapy, Family Therapy, and Couples Therapy
410(27)
Group Therapy
411(10)
A Historical Perspective
411(1)
Approaches to Group Therapy
411(1)
A Case Illustration of Psychoanalytic Group Therapy
412(5)
The Arrangements
417(1)
The Curative Factors
418(1)
Does Group Therapy Work?
419(1)
The Future of Group Therapy
419(2)
Family Therapy and Couples Therapy
421(16)
The Development of Family Therapy
422(1)
The Concept of Communication
422(1)
Forms and Methods
423(1)
Conjoint Family Therapy
424(1)
A Case Illustration of Conjoint Family Therapy
424(2)
Other Varieties of Family Therapy
426(1)
When Family Therapy?
426(1)
Couples Therapy
427(1)
Do Family Therapy and Couples Therapy Work?
428(3)
Special Problems
431(1)
Chapter Summary
432(1)
Key Terms
432(2)
Web Sites of Interest
434(3)
PART 4 SPECIALTIES IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Community Psychology
437(25)
Perspectives and History
438(4)
The Community Psychology Perspective
438(1)
Chronology and Catalyzing Events
439(3)
Key Concepts
442(9)
Ecological Levels of Analysis
442(1)
The Concept of Community Mental Health
443(1)
The Concept of Prevention
444(4)
Empowerment
448(2)
Diversity
450(1)
Social Intervention Concepts
450(1)
Methods of Intervention and Change
451(4)
Consultation
451(2)
Community Alternatives to Hospitalization
453(1)
Intervention in Early Childhood
453(1)
Self-Help
454(1)
Paraprofessionals
454(1)
Concluding Comments
455(7)
Questions of Effectiveness
455(3)
Values, Power, and Civil Rights
458(1)
The Training of Community Psychologists
458(1)
The Age of Managed Care
459(1)
The Future of Prevention
459(1)
Chapter Summary
460(1)
Key Terms
460(1)
Web Sites of Interest
461(1)
Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine
462(28)
History and Perspectives
463(9)
Definitions
463(1)
History
464(1)
Linking Stress, Lifestyle and Behavior, Personality, Social Support, and Health
465(5)
Range of Applications
470(2)
Methods of Intervention
472(4)
Respondent Methods
472(1)
Operant Methods
473(1)
Cognitive-Behavioral Methods
473(1)
Biofeedback
474(2)
Prevention of Health Problems
476(4)
Cigarette Smoking
476(1)
Alcohol Abuse and Dependence
477(3)
Obesity
480(1)
Other Applications
480(3)
Coping with Medical Procedures
480(1)
Compliance with Regimens
481(2)
Health Psychology: Prospects for the Future
483(7)
Health Care Trends
483(1)
Training Issues
484(1)
Other Challenges
485(1)
Chapter Summary
486(1)
Key Terms
487(2)
Web Sites of Interest
489(1)
Neuropsychology
490(23)
Perspectives and History
491(4)
Definitions
491(1)
Roles of Neuropsychologists
491(1)
History of Neuropsychology
491(4)
The Brain: Structure, Function, and Impairment
495(5)
Structure and Function
495(1)
Antecedents or Causes of Brain Damage
495(2)
Consequences and Symptoms of Neurological Damage
497(1)
Brain-Behavior Relationships
498(2)
Methods of Neuropsychological Assessment
500(7)
Major Approaches
500(1)
Interpretation of Neuropsychological Test Results
500(1)
Neurodiagnostic Procedures
501(1)
Testing Areas of Cognitive Functioning
501(3)
Test Batteries
504(3)
Variables That Affect Performance on Neuropsychological Tests
507(1)
Intervention and Rehabilitation
507(1)
Concluding Remarks
508(5)
Training
508(1)
The Future
509(1)
Chapter Summary
509(2)
Key Terms
511(1)
Web Sites of Interest
512(1)
Forensic Psychology
513(20)
Perspectives and History
514(3)
Definitions
514(1)
History
514(2)
Professional Issues
516(1)
Some Major Activities of Forensic Psychologists
517(16)
The Expert Witness
517(2)
Criminal Cases
519(3)
Civil Cases
522(2)
Rights of Patients
524(2)
Predicting Dangerousness
526(1)
Psychological Treatment
527(1)
Consultation
527(2)
Research and Forensic Psychology
529(2)
Chapter Summary
531(1)
Key Terms
531(1)
Web Sites of Interest
532(1)
Pediatric and Clinical Child Psychology
533(29)
Definitions, History, and Perspectives
534(4)
Definitions
534(1)
History
535(1)
A Developmental Perspective
535(2)
Resilience
537(1)
Major Activities
538(19)
General Issues
538(3)
Assessment
541(6)
Interventions
547(4)
Are Psychological Interventions for Children and Adolescents Efficacious?
551(1)
Psychopharmacological Treatment
552(2)
Prevention
554(1)
Consultation
555(2)
Training
557(2)
The Future of Clinical Child and Pediatric Psychology
559(3)
Chapter Summary
559(1)
Key Terms
560(1)
Web Sites of Interest
561(1)
References 562(33)
Photo Credits 595(2)
Name Index 597(10)
Subject Index 607


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