PsycBOOKS added the following titles to its coverage list in August 2010. Of the titles added, 8 were APA books and 19 were designated Classic Books. Classic books are landmark titles in psychology and are selected by APA experts.
1. Becoming an effective psychotherapist: Adopting a theory of psychotherapy that’s right for you and your client, © 2010, by Truscott, Derek. 1-4338-0473-5
2. Cognitive-behavioral therapy for refractory cases: Turning failure into success, © 2010, by McKay, Dean (Ed.); Abramowitz, Jonathan S. (Ed.); Taylor, Steven (Ed.). 1-4338-0472-7
3. Competency-based education for professional psychology, © 2010, by Kenkel, Mary Beth (Ed.); Peterson, Roger L. (Ed.). 1-4338-0458-1
4. Impulsivity: The behavioral and neurological science of discounting, © 2010, by Madden, Gregory J. (Ed.); Bickel, Warren K. (Ed.). 1-4338-0477-8
5. The psychoneuroimmunology of chronic disease: Exploring the links between inflammation, stress, and illness, © 2010, by, Kendall-Tackett, Kathleen (Ed.). 1-4338-0476X
6. Risk assessment for domestically violent men: Tools for criminal justice, offender intervention, and victim services, © 2010, by Hilton, N. Zoe; Harris, Grant T.; Rice, Marnie E. 1-4338-0466-2
7. Substance abuse and emotion, © 2010, by Kassel, Jon D. (Ed.). 1-4338-0534-0
8. Undergraduate education in psychology: A blueprint for the future of the discipline, © 2010, by Halpern, Diane F. (Ed.). 1-4338-0545-6
9-10. Brief outline of an analysis of the human intellect; intended to rectify the scholastic and vulgar perversions of the natural purpose, and method of thinking; by rejecting altogether the theoretic confusion, the unmeaning arrangement, and indefinite nomenclature of the metaphysician (Vol. 1 & 2), © 1865, by Rush, James
11. An examination of Mr. J. S. Mill’s philosophy; being a defence of fundamental truth, © 1866, by M’Cosh, James
12. An examination of Sir William Hamilton’s philosophy and of the principal philosophical questions discussed in his writings (3rd ed.), © 1867, by Mill, John Stuart
13. Force and matter: Empirico-philosophical studies, intelligibly rendered (4th ed.), © 1864, by Büchner, Louis; Collingwood, J. Frederick (Ed.)
14. The freedom of the will, as a basis of human responsibility and a divine government, elucidated and maintained in its issue with the necessitarian theories of Hobbes, Edwards, the Princeton essayists, and other leading advocates, © 1864, by Whedon, D. D.
15. History of rationalism; embracing a survey of the present state of Protestant theology, © 1865, by Hurst, John F.
16. Illustrations of universal progress: A series of discussions, © 1875, by Spencer, Herbert
17. Lectures on logic (Vol. 2, 2nd ed. rev.), © 1866, by Hamilton, William; Mansel, H. L. (Ed.); Veitch, John (Ed.)
18. Lectures on metaphysics and logic (Vol. 3), © 1866, by Hamilton, William; Mansel, H. L. (Ed); Veitch, John (Ed.)
19. Life and death in rebel prisons: Giving a complete history of the inhuman and barbarous treatment of our brave soldiers by rebel authorities, inflicting terrible suffering and frightful mortality, principally at Andersonville, GA., and Florence, S.C., describing plans of escape, arrival of prisoners, with numerous and varied incidents and anecdotes of prison life, © 1865, by Kellogg, Robert H.
20. Mental pathology and therapeutics (German, 2nd ed.), © 1867, by Griesinger, W.; Robertson, C. Lockhart (Trans.); Rutherford, James (Trans.)
21. Metaphysics, or the philosophy of consciousness, phenomenal and real (2nd ed.), © 1866, by Mansel, Henry Longueville
22. On the use and abuse of alcoholic liquors, in health and disease, © 1866, by Carpenter, William B.
23. The physiology and pathology of the mind, © 1867, by Maudsley, Henry
24. The problem of human destiny; or, The end of providence in the world and man, © 1864, by Dewey, Orville
25. Stimulants and narcotics: Their mutual relations; with special researches on the action of alcohol, aether, and chloroform on the vital organism, © 1865, by Anstie, Francis E.
26. Theory of legislation (French, Etienne Dumont), © 1864, by Bentham, Jeremy; Hildreth, R. (Trans.)
27. The works of Epictetus; Consisting of his discourses in four books, The enchiridion, and fragments, © 1865, by Carter, Elizabeth (Trans.); Higginson, Thomas Wentworth (Trans.)
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