9781118360019

Introduction to Clinical Psychology

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  • ISBN13:

    9781118360019

  • ISBN10:

    111836001X

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2/17/2014
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc

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Summary

Hunsley’s Introduction to Clinical Psychology: An Evidence - Based Approach, 2nd Edition provides clinical psychologists with an up-to-date resource that focuses on the scientific method and those clinical practices that are supported by research. This text offers important opportunities to contextualize clinical practice. Issues of diversity are examined while demonstrating how practice differs in populations of different ages. Current case studies are presented to provide a real-world perspective, while engaging Viewpoint boxes highlight fasinating and important debates.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1             Evolution of Clinical Psychology.

Chapter 2             Contemporary Clinical Psychology.

Chapter 3             Classification and Diagnosis.

Chapter 4             Research Methods in Clinical Psychology.

Chapter 5             Assessment: Overview.

Chapter 6             Assessment: Interviewing and Observation.

Chapter 7             Assessment: Intellectual and Cognitive Measures.

Chapter 8             Assessment: Self-Report and Projective Measures.

Chapter 9             Assessment: Integration and Clinical Decision-Making.

Chapter 10           Prevention.

Chapter 11           Intervention: Overview.

Chapter12            Intervention: Adults and Couples.

Chapter 13           Intervention: Children and Adolescents.

Chapter14            Intervention: Identifying Key Elements of Change.

Chapter15            Health Psychology: Clinical Neuropsychology, and Forensic Psychology.

 

Appendix 1           Major Journals Relevant to Clinical Psychology.

 

Appendix 2           Applications to Graduate School.

 

 

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