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Comprehensive Handbook of Personality and Psychopathology , 3 Volume Set

Michel Hersen (Editor-in-Chief), Jay C. Thomas (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-471-47945-1
1200 pages
November 2005
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The Comprehensive Handbook of Personality and Psychopathology presents the foundations of major theories of personality. Volume 1 describes specialized theoretical models and demonstrates the impact that personality has on functioning. Volumes 2 and 3 describe the major classifications of psychological disorders in adults and children as well as the most popular treatment modalities. Throughout the work, a team of eminent researchers and clinicians present data reflecting the influence of personality and psychological problems on an individual's ability to interact with family and peers, and perform in the work or school environment.
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VOLUME 1.

Preface.

PART 1: FOUNDATIONS.

Chapter 1. Goals of a Theory of Personality (T. Millon & S. Grossman).

Chapter 2. Dynamics of Individual Relations in Human Development: A Developmental Systems Perspective (R. Lerner, et al.).

Chapter 3. Culture, Personality, and People's Uses of Time: Key Interrelationships (R. Brislin & K. Lo).

PART 2: BROAD RANGE THEORIES AND SYSTEMS.

Chapter 4. Psychodynamic Theories of Personality and Psychopathology (D. Wolitzky).

Chapter 5. Trait and Factor Theories (P. Costa & R. McCrae).

Chapter 6. Developmental Stage Theories (B. Hayslip, et al.).

Chapter 7. Behavioral Theories (M. Bolling, et al.).

Chapter 8. Evolutionary Theories (D. Beaulieu & D. Bugental).

Chapter 9. Cognitive Theories (D. Dozois, et al.).

Chapter 10. Existential and Humanistic Theories (P. Wong).

Chapter 11. Constructivist Theories (J. Raskin).

PART 3: MID-RANGE THEORIES.

Chapter 12. Role Motivation Theories (J. Miner).

Chapter 13. Vocational Interests (K. Low & J. Rounds).

Chapter 14. Positive and Negative Affect: Bridging State and Traits (P. Silvia & J. Warburton).

Chapter 15. Explanatory Style and Well-Being (D. Wise & J. Rosqvist).

Chapter 16. Hardiness: The Courage to Be Resilient (S. Maddi).

Chapter 17. Sensation Seeking, Risk Taking, and Fearlessness (G. Arnaut).

Chapter 18. Personality and the Transformational Leader (R. Aditya).

Chapter 19. Person-Environment Fit and Performance (J. Binning, et al.).

Chapter 20. "Sub-Clinical" Psychopaths (J. LeBreton, et al.).

Chapter 21. Gender, Personality, and Psychopathology (P. Williams & H. Gunn).

Chapter 22. Organizational Climate, Personality Interactions, and Organizational Behavior (D. Svyantek & J. Bott).

Chapter 23. A Classification of DSM-IV-TR Mental Disorders According to their Relation to the Personality System (J. Mayer).

VOLUME 2.

PART I: GENERAL ISSUES.

Chapter 1. Diagnosis and Classification (James Langenbucher, Ph.D.).

Chapter 2. Epidemiology (Hans-Ulrich Wittchen).

Chapter 3. Research Considerations (Tim Brown, Ph.D.).

Chapter 4. Behavioral Considerations (Arthur M. Nezu, Ph.D.).

Chapter 5. Genetic Influences (Kerry L. Jang, Ph.D.).

Chapter 6. Sociocultural Influences (Dorothy Chin, Ph.D.).

Chapter 7. Biological Influences (Beverly E. Thorn, Ph.D.).

PART II: MAJOR DISORDERS AND PROBLEMS.

Chapter 8. Generalized Anxiety Disorder (Colin MacLeod, Ph.D.).

Chapter 9. Panic and Agoraphobia (Michael W. Otto, Ph.D.).

Chapter 10. Social Anxiety Disorder (Meredith E. Coles, Ph.D.).

Chapter 11. Phobia (M. Antony, Ph.D.).

Chapter 12. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (David S. Riggs, Ph.D.).

Chapter 13. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Richard A. Bryant, Ph.D.).

Chapter 14. Major Depressive Disorder (Michael E. Thase, M.D.).

Chapter 15. Dysthymia and MInor Depression (Karen Schmaling, Ph.D.).

Chapter 16. Bipolar Disorder (Cory F. Newman, Ph.D.

Chapter 17. Schizophrenia (Kim T. Mueser, Ph.D.).

Chapter 18. Organic Mental Disorder (Wm. Drew Gouvier, Ph.D.).

Chapter 19. Borderline Personality Disorder (Tim Trull, Ph. D.).

Chapter 20. Other Personality Disorder (Kenneth N. Levy, Ph.D.).

Chapter 21. Alcohol Abuse and Dependence (Alisha Farley, Ph.D.).

Chapter 22. Drug Abuse and Dependence (Brad Donohue, Ph.D.).

Chapter 23. Gambling and Impulse Disorders (Alex Blaszcynski, Ph.D.).

Chapter 24. Eating Disorders (Eric Stice, Ph.D.).

Chapter 25. Psychophysiological Disorders (Frank Andrasik, Ph.D.).

Chapter 26. Sexual Dysfunction (Eric W. Corty, Ph.D.).

Chapter 27. Sexual Deviation (Willia D. Murphy, Ph.D.).

Chapter 28. Marital Dysfunction (Steven Beach, Ph.D.).

PART III: TREATMENT APPROACHES.

Chapter 29. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (Steven K. Huprich, Ph.D.).

Chapter 30. Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (Keith S. Dobson, Ph.D.).

Chapter 31. Pharmacological Interventions (Stefano Pallanti, M.D.).

VOLUME 3.

PART I: GENERAL ISSUES.

Chapter 1. Diagnosis and Classification (L. Faul & A. Gross).

Chapter 2. Genetic Contributions (D. Dick & R. Todd).

Chapter 3. Neuropsychiatric Contributions (R. Brumback & C. Coffey).

Chapter 4. Cognitive and Behavioral Contributions (B. Donohue, et al.).

Chapter 5. Sociological Contributions (T. Wade & J. Cairney).

Chapter 6. Temperament in Early Development (S. Calkins & K. Degnam).

Chapter 7. Infant Mental Health (M. Gleason & C. Zeanah).

Chapter 8. Development Psychopathology (G. Kuperminc & K. Brookmeyer).

PART II: MAJOR DISORDERS AND PROBLEMS.

Chapter 9. Generalized Anxiety Disorder (J. Robin, et al.).

Chapter 10. Social Phobia (R. Ammerman & K. McGraw).

Chapter 11. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (A. Albano & J. Piacentini).

Chapter 12. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (M. Runyon, et al.).

Chapter 13. Major Depression (J. Garber & J. Smith).

Chapter 14. Bipolar Disorder (R. Kowatch).

Chapter 15. Mental Retardation (J. Bebko & J. Weiss).

Chapter 16. Pervasive Development Disorders (B. Siegel & M. Ficcaglia).

Chapter 17. Learning Disorders (J. Loomis).

Chapter 18. Oppositional Defiant Disorder (R. Greene & J. Ablon).

Chapter 19. Conduct Disorder (P. Frick & E. Kimonis).

Chapter 20. Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (J. Stevens & J. Ward-Estes).

Chapter 21. Eating Disorders (E. Stice, et al.).

Chapter 22. Substance Use Disorders (E. Wagner & A. Austin).

Chapter 23. Child Physical Abuse and Neglect (D. DiLillo, et al.).

Chapter 24. Child Sexual Abuse (A. Mannarino & J. Cohen).

Chapter 25. Somatization Disorders (B. Bursch & J. Thomas).

PART III: TREATMENT APPROACHES.

Chapter 26. Psychodynamic Treatments (S. Russ).

Chapter 27. Cognitive Behavioral Treatments (J. Durlak).

Chapter 28 Pharmacological Treatments (S. Pathak).

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"The organization of each volume is standard and well structured for review and research. Wiley's reference volumes have almost invariably been well received and reviewed. This set is no exception to the norm, and authoritatively addresses the relationships between personality and mental disorders in both the adult and the child. At the same time, each volume can stand on its own merit as a psychology handbook that shows the relationships−positive and negative−to psychopathology." (American Reference Books Annual, 2008)
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