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The End of Stress

by Don Joseph Goewey Atria Books/Beyond Words (September 23, 2014)

We all know that stress is serious. If ignored too long, it becomes life-threateningly serious. Yet 83 percent of Americans are doing nothing about it. Don’t be one of them. There’s now a solution to stress...


Effective Psychotherapy for Individuals with Brain Injury

by Ronald M. Ruff & Serana K. Chester The Guilford Press (July 21, 2014)

Combining scientific expertise with psychotherapeutic acumen, this book is highly accessible and packed with clinical tools. Part I provides essential information on how acquired brain injury affects emotional...


Pain: The Science of Suffering

by Patrick Wall Columbia University Press (April 30, 2002)

Pain is one of medicine's greatest mysteries. When farmer John Mitson caught his hand in a baler, he cut off his trapped hand and carried it to a neighbor. "Sheer survival and logic" was how he described it....


Shadow Medicine: The Placebo in Conventional and Alternative Therapies

by John S. Haller, Jr. Columbia University Press (July 08, 2014)

A distinguished historian of medicine, John S. Haller Jr. explores the epistemological foundations of evidence-based medicine (EBM) and the challenges it presents for both conventional and alternative therapies....


Asperger Syndrome, Second Edition: Assessing and Treating High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders

by Fred R. Volkmar, James C. McPartland, Ami Klin & Maria Asperger Felder The Guilford Press (April 28, 2014)

Completely revised with the latest research and clinical strategies, this is the authoritative volume on Asperger syndrome (now part of DSM-5 autism spectrum disorder). Considered the definitive reference since...


States of Mind: New Discoveries about How Our Brains Make Us Who We Are

by Roberta Conlan Wiley (August 10, 2007)

An all-star lineup of scientists takes you to the front lines of brain research.

Are we born to be shy? Why do we remember some events so clearly and others not at all? Are creativity and depression somehow linked?...


Injured Men: Trauma, Healing, and the Masculine Self

by Ira Brenner Jason Aronson, Inc. (October 26, 2009)

Injured Men is a unique casebook of clinical material pertaining to men who have sustained trauma. Richly illustrated with both brief and extensively detailed analytic case reports, this book describes the manifestations...


World Wide Mind

by Michael Chorost Free Press (December 17, 2010)

What if digital communication felt as real as being touched?

This question led Michael Chorost to explore profound new ideas triggered by lab research around the world, and the result is the book you now hold....


Desire, Self, Mind, and the Psychotherapies: Unifying Psychological Science and Psychoanalysis

by Coleman R. Curtis Jason Aronson, Inc. (January 01, 1955)

Desire, Self, Mind, and the Psychotherapies unifies psychological science with contemporary relational psychoanalysis, arguing that the disciplines can be integrated if the concept of repression is understood...


Explaining Abnormal Behavior: A Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective

by Bruce F. Pennington The Guilford Press (January 01, 2014)

Highly readable and accessible, this book describes how research in cognitive science is transforming the way scientists and clinicians think about abnormal behavior. Bruce Pennington draws on work from multiple...


Expecting to Fly

by Martha Tod Dudman Simon & Schuster (June 15, 2010)

DO YOU REMEMBER WHAT IT FELT LIKE TO BE FIFTEEN? MARTHA TOD DUDMAN DOES.

It starts with a blue hash pipe in a shabby field and a hot, tight dance at the Mayflower Hotel, and rapidly accelerates against the kaleidoscopic...


Neuroscience and Religion: Brain, Mind, Self, and Soul

by Volney P. Gay Lexington Books (August 16, 2009)

This is a unique set of multidisciplinary reflections on how the neurosciences shape our understanding of religious experience and religious institutions. Twelve scholars and scientists assess how advances in...


Psychotherapy for Neuropsychological Challenges

by A. S. Aniskiewicz Jason Aronson, Inc. (December 02, 2010)

Amidst increasing awareness among clinicians of the impact that psychological factors and treatment of those factors have upon the progress of neurological disease, Psychotherapy for Neuropsychological Challenges...


Time Warped

by Claudia Hammond Harper Perennial (May 28, 2013)

Drawing on the latest research from the fields of psychology, neuroscience, and biology, writer and broadcaster Claudia Hammond explores the mysteries of our perception of time in her book Time Warped.

 

Why...


The Infant Mind: Origins of the Social Brain

by Maria Legerstee, David W. Haley & Marc H. Bornstein The Guilford Press (January 22, 2013)

Integrating cutting-edge research from multiple disciplines, this book provides a dynamic and holistic picture of the developing infant mind. Contributors explore the transactions among genes, the brain, and...


Clinical Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology: An Evidence-Based Approach

by Kyle Brauer Boone The Guilford Press (October 18, 2012)

Written by a foremost expert in the field, this hands-on, evidence-based guide describes how to conduct a comprehensive forensic neuropsychological evaluation and provide expert testimony. All steps are covered--from...


Essentials of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

by Barbara A. Wilson & Shai Betteridge The Guilford Press (July 29, 2019)

For people with disabilities caused by nonprogressive brain injury, challenges in everyday living can be multifaceted and overwhelming. This book presents key principles of holistic neuropsychological rehabilitation,...


Diagnosing Learning Disorders, Third Edition

by Bruce F. Pennington, Lauren M. McGrath & Robin L. Peterson The Guilford Press (January 01, 2019)

A definitive reference--now extensively revised with 70% new material--this book presents cutting-edge knowledge on how learning disorders develop and how to diagnose and treat them effectively. In additional...


Learning Disabilities, Second Edition

by Jack M. Fletcher, G. Reid Lyon, Lynn S. Fuchs & Marcia A. Barnes The Guilford Press (August 20, 2018)

Reviewing the state of the science of learning disabilities (LD) and describing effective educational practices, this authoritative text has been significantly revised and expanded with more than 70% new material....


Emotions and Spirituality in Religions and Spiritual Movements

by Erika Wilson UPA (July 23, 2012)

Applying recent psychological and neuropsychological studies of emotions, Wilson explores the role of emotions in major Eastern, Western, and primal religions, as well as in some contemporary spiritual movements....


From Sign to Symbol

by Joseph Newirth Lexington Books (March 20, 2018)

In From Sign to Symbol: Transformational Processes in Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy, and Psychology, Joseph Newirth describes the evolution of the unconscious from the psychoanalytic concept that reflected Freud’s...


Introducing Mind and Brain

by Angus Gellatly & Oscar Zarate Icon Books Ltd (April 05, 2018)

How do emotions affect your basic decision making? Why do certain smells prompt long-forgotten memories, and what makes us suddenly self-conscious?

How does the biological organ, the brain, give rise to all of...


Philosophical Foundations of Neurolaw

by Martin Roth Lexington Books (November 30, 2017)

As neuroscience continues to reveal the biological basis of human thought and behavior, what impact will this have on legal theory and practice? The emerging field of neurolaw seeks to address this question,...


First Sight: ESP and Parapsychology in Everyday Life

by James C. Carpenter Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (March 23, 2012)

Carpenter offers a new way of looking at ESP, telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition and other parapsychological activities that affect our everyday lives. Often seen as supernatural, anomalous, unpredictable,...


Awakening the Brain

by Charlotte A. Tomaino Atria Books/Beyond Words (May 08, 2012)

Human potential cannot be quantified. The more we learn about the brain, the more hidden promise we unearth.

What if you could harness the full spectrum of your abilities by engaging your brain in such a way...


The Human Frontal Lobes, Third Edition: Functions and Disorders

by Bruce L. Miller & Jeffrey L. Cummings The Guilford Press (October 04, 2017)

This authoritative work, now thoroughly revised, has given thousands of clinicians, students, and researchers a state-of-the-art understanding of the human frontal lobes--the large brain region that plays a...


Reflections on Mind and the Image of Reality

by Jason Brown Resource Publications (May 24, 2017)

This collection of brief essays and still briefer commentaries is a personal reflection on some topics that have been thematic in the development of my theoretical work. These essays are not meant to extend...


Transformational NLP

by Carl Buchheit & Ellie Schamber White Cloud Press (May 16, 2017)

Why do people have so much difficulty achieving their goals, making big changes, and becoming the people they want to be? If we can imagine it, why can't we achieve it? Transformational NLP: A New Psychology...


Inventing Ourselves

by Sarah-Jayne Blakemore PublicAffairs (May 15, 2018)

Award-winning neuroscientist Sarah-Jayne Blakemore explains the developmental journey our brains take during adolescence and how the experience of these years determines the adults we become.

Risk taking, intense...


Big Brains and the Human Superorganism

by Niccolo Leo Caldararo Lexington Books (August 17, 2017)

This book examines why humans have big brains, what big brains enable us to do, and how specialized brains are associated with eusociality in animals. It explores why brains expanded so slowly, and then why...


Methods in Social Neuroscience

by Eddie Harmon-Jones & Jennifer S. Beer The Guilford Press (May 09, 2012)

Straightforward and practical, this is the first book to provide detailed guidance for using neurobiological methods in the study of human social behavior, personality, and affect. Each chapter clearly introduces...


Coaching College Students with Executive Function Problems

by Mary R. T. Kennedy & McKay Moore Sohlberg The Guilford Press (May 10, 2017)

Although executive function difficulties are often addressed in school-age children, there are few resources showing professionals how to help these individuals when they are older. This book presents a dynamic...


Unthinkable

by Helen Thomson Ecco (June 26, 2018)

An Amazon Best Nonfiction Book of the Month

Indiebound Bestseller

Award-winning science writer Helen Thomson unlocks the biggest mysteries of the human brain by examining nine extraordinary cases

Our brains are...


Evolving Brains, Emerging Gods

by E. Fuller Torrey Columbia University Press (September 05, 2017)

Religions and mythologies from around the world teach that God or gods created humans. Atheist, humanist, and materialist critics, meanwhile, have attempted to turn theology on its head, claiming that religion...


Hungry for Ecstasy

by Sharon Klayman Farber Jason Aronson, Inc. (November 16, 2012)

Hungry for Ecstasy: Trauma, The Brain, and the Influence of the Sixties by Sharon Klayman Farber explores the hunger for ecstatic experience that can lead people down the road to self-destruction. In an attempt...


The Delusions of Certainty

by Siri Hustvedt Simon & Schuster (October 17, 2017)

The Delusions of Certainty is a unique book by an extraordinary author. Siri Hustvedt is a notable novelist, art scholar, and a philosopher of science. In this memorable and immensely enjoyable volume, Hustvedt...


Real Life Diaries

by Lynda Cheldelin Fell, Brenda L Kleinsasser & MaryKay Schreiner AlyBlue Media (March 20, 2017)

What really happens in the aftermath of a brain injury? Why can’t doctors give definitive answers? Will life ever return to normal? In Living with a Brain Injury, fourteen victims and caregivers invite readers...


Intertwined. How to induce neuroplasticity.

by Joaquin Farias & Galene editions Galene editions (March 27, 2012)

What do these have in common? A soprano who can’t sing from a printed score, a violoncellist who can’t keep from crying while playing, a woman who can walk backwards but not forwards, a man who can’t...


Autobiography of Self by Nobody: The Autobiography We All Live

by M.D. Leland Johnston Leland M. Johnston, MD, PC (November 10, 2016)

Autobiography of Self by Nobody presents insights about the self and ego informed by physics, neurobiology, and developmental research. The actual practice of either a spiritual or psychological tradition can...


The Boy Who Loved Too Much

by Jennifer Latson Simon & Schuster (June 20, 2017)

The acclaimed, poignant story of a boy with Williams syndrome, a condition that makes people biologically incapable of distrust, a “well-researched, perceptive exploration of a rare genetic disorder seen through...


Blue Dreams

by Lauren Slater Little, Brown and Company (June 13, 2017)

A start-to-finish narrative history of our major psychotropic drugs, from "a thoroughly exhilarating and entertaining writer" (Washington Post).

As our approach to mental illness has oscillated from biological...


The Social Construction of Mental Illness and Its Implications for Neuroplasticity

by Michael T. Walker Lexington Books (September 14, 2016)

The Social Construction of Mental Illness and Its Implications for Neuroplasticity examines how the current concept of mental illness in society informs the dialogic skills and perspectives of psychotherapists....


Neuroscience for the Mental Health Clinician, Second Edition

by Steven R. Pliszka The Guilford Press (July 11, 2016)

Accessible and succinct, this book has given thousands of clinicians and students the basic understanding of neuroscience that is essential in contemporary mental health practice. Steven R. Pliszka synthesizes...


Embracing the Wide Sky

by Daniel Tammet Free Press (January 06, 2009)

Owner of "the most remarkable mind on the planet," (according to Entertainment Weekly) Daniel Tammet captivated readers and won worldwide critical acclaim with the 2007 New York Times bestselling memoir, Born...


The Stress Test

by Ian Robertson Bloomsbury Publishing (June 16, 2016)

Why is it that some people react to seemingly trivial emotional upset Â? like failing an unimportant exam Â? with distress, while others power through life-changing tragedies showing barely any emotional upset...


Mystic Cool

by Don Joseph Goewey Atria Books/Beyond Words (April 14, 2009)

You possess the most remarkable system in all of biology, the human brain. You have the power to direct it with the most complex set of processes in the universe, the mind. When you use this creative power consciously,...


Body, Brain, Love: A Therapist's Workbook for Affect Regulation and Somatic Attachment

by Karen Rachels Karen Rachels, MFT (January 01, 2015)

Karen Rachels' "Body, Brain, Love: A Therapist's Workbook for Affect Regulation and Somatic Attachment," is a first-of-its-kind contribution to the dynamic and unfolding world of body-brain integration. This...


Introduction to Neuropsychology, Second Edition

by J. Graham Beaumont The Guilford Press (May 21, 2008)

This outstanding text gives students a solid grounding in clinical and experimental neuropsychology. The author is a leading authority whose engaging writing style and thorough yet concise coverage of brain...


Who's in Charge?: Free Will and the Science of the Brain

by Michael S. Gazzaniga Ecco (November 15, 2011)

“Big questions are Gazzaniga’s stock in trade.”

New York Times

“Gazzaniga is one of the most brilliant experimental neuroscientists in the world.”

—Tom Wolfe

“Gazzaniga stands as a giant among neuroscientists,...


Neuropsychological Report Writing

by Jacobus Donders The Guilford Press (January 12, 2016)

All neuropsychologists need to know how to produce evidence-based reports. This book brings together experts to provide an in-depth guide to high-quality report writing in a range of contexts, including evaluations...