December 19th, 2009

New PsycBOOKS Titles! – November 2009

PsycBOOKS added the following titles to its coverage list in November 2009.

Of the titles added, 5 were APA books and 20 were designated classic books. (Classic books are landmark titles in psychology and are selected by APA experts.)

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1. Body image, eating disorders, and obesity in youth: Assessment, prevention, and treatment (2nd ed.), © 2009, by Smolak, Linda (Ed.); Thompson, J. Kevin (Ed.)

2. Cognitive therapy for suicidal patients: Scientific and clinical applications, © 2009, by Wenzel, Amy; Brown, Gregory K.; Beck, Aaron T.

3. Complementary and alternative therapies research, © 2009, by Field, Tiffany

4. The glass ceiling in the 21st century: Understanding barriers to gender equality, © 2009, by Barreto, Manuela (Ed.); Ryan, Michelle K. (Ed.); Schmitt, Michael T. (Ed.)

5. Group development in practice: Guidance for clinicians and researchers on stages and dynamics of change, © 2009, by Brabender, Virginia; Fallon, April

Classic Books

6. Abstract of a course of lectures on mental & moral philosophy, © 1840, by Mahan, Asa

7. Attractions of language, or a popular view of natural language, in all its varied displays, in the animate and the inanimate world; and as corresponding with instinct, intelligence and reason; a physiological description of the organs of voice; an account of the origin of artificial, spoken language; and a brief analysis of alphabetical sounds, © 1842, by Taylor, Benj. F.

8. Elements of mental philosophy, embracing the two departments of the intellect and the sensibilities (Vol. 1), © 1840 (Reprinted 1850), by Upham, Thomas C.

9. Elements of psychology: Included in A critical examination of Locke’s Essay on the human understanding (3rd ed.), © 1842, by Cousin, Victor; Henry, C. S. (Trans.)

10. Elements of the philosophy of mind, applied to the development of thought and feeling, © 1840, by Ricord, Elizabeth

11. An essay on the connection of mental philosophy with medicine, © 1841, by Allen, Nathan

12. Essays on the formation of the human character, © 1840, by Owen, Robert

13. Inquiries concerning the intellectual powers and the investigation of truth (11th ed.), © 1841, by Abercrombie, John

14. Letters to mothers (4th ed.), © 1840, by Sigourney, L. H.

15. Logic, or the art of reasoning simplified:… with exercises on a variety of interesting topics to guide and develope the reasoning powers of the youthful inquirer after truth, © 1837, by Parker, S. E.

16. Nuces philosophicae, or, The philosophy of things, as developed from the study of the philosophy of words, © 1842, by Johnson, Edward

PsycBooks12.09_217. Outlines of imperfect and disordered mental action, © 1840, by Upham, Thomas C.

18. Popular lectures on ethics, or moral obligation: For the use of schools, © 1841, by Mercer, Margaret

19. Psychology, or A view of the human soul, including anthropology, © 1841, by Rauch, Frederick A.

20. Theological criticisms, or, Hints of the philosophy of man and nature, in six lectures, to which are appended two poetical scraps and dogmas of infidelity, © 1843, by Adams, F. W.

21. The works of Charles Follen, with a memoir of his life, in five volumes (Vol. 2), © 1840, by Follen, Charles

22-23. The works of Charles Follen, with a memoir of his life, in five volumes (Vol. 4-5), © 1841, by Follen, Charles

24-25. The works of Jonathan Edwards, A.M., with an essay on his genius and writings, by Henry Rogers; and a memoir by Sereno E. Dwight, in two volumes (Vol. 1 -2; rev. and corrected), © 1840, by Edwards, Jonathan; Rogers, Henry; Dwight, Sereno E.; Hickman, Edward (Ed.)

Note: To read any of the these ebooks – go to the Articles, Books, and More page. Scroll down and click PsycBOOKs. Once in the database, type in the title.

~Jennie

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