Originally published in 1988, this volume provides a broad and eclectic view of psychological theory, methods and practice, covering not only the main branches of academic psychology but also psychiatry, psychoanalysis and other psychotherapies. Although some research and practices will inevitably have moved on, it will still be an ideal companion for students and a useful work of reference for mental health professionals, and indeed for anyone interested in contemporary scientific thinking about the human brain, mind and personality.
Contributor List. A Lexicon of Psychology, Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis: the entries. Abnormal Psychology. Activation and Arousal. Adler. Aesthetics. Ageing. Aggression and Anger. Altruism. Analytical Psychology. Anorexia Nervosa. Anxiety. Aptitude Tests. Artificial Intelligence. Associationism. Attachment. Attention. Attitudes. Attribution Theory. Authoritarianism and Authoritarian Personality. Autism. Aversion Therapy. Behaviourism. Behaviour Therapy. Bereavement. Biological Psychiatry. Birth Order. Bowlby. Bruner. Character Disorders. Clinical Psychology. Cognitive-Behavioural Theory. Cognitive Dissonance. Cognitive Science. Comparative Psychology. Conditioning, Classical and Operant. Conformity. Consciousness. Constitutional Psychology. Countertransference. Creativity. Cross-Cultural Psychology. Culture and Personality. Defences. Depressive Disorders. Developmental Psychology. Dreams. Drug Use. DSM III. Dyslexia. Eastern Psychology. Educational Psychology. Electroconvulsive Therapy. Emotion. Empathy and Sympathy. Employment and Unemployment, Social Psychological Aspects. Environmental Psychology. Existential Psychology. Eysenck. Family Therapy. Fantasy. Free Association. Freud, A. Freud, S. Genetic Aspects of Mental Illness. Genetics and Behaviour. Gestalt Therapy. Group Dynamics. Group Therapy. Horney. Hull. Hypnosis. Hysteria. Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Infancy and Infant Development. Instinct. Intelligence and Intelligence Testing. James. Jung. Klein. Lacan. Laing. Language Development. Learning. Life-Span Development. Luria. Memory. Mental Disorders. Mental Health. Mental Retardation. Mind. Motivation. Nervous System. Neuroses. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders. Occupational Psychology. Pain. Paranoid Reactions. Parapsychology. Pavlov. Personal Construct Theory. Personality. Personality Assessment. Phobia. Physiological Psychology. Piaget. Play. Prejudice. Problem Solving. Projective Methods. Psychiatry. Psychoanalysis. Psychology. Psychopathic Personality. Psychopharmacology. Psychosomatic Illness. Reaction Times. Reich. Rogers. Schizophrenia. Self-Concept. Semantic Differential. Sensation and Perception. Sensory and Motor Development. Separation and Loss. Skinner. Sleep. Social Identitt. Socialization. Social Psychology. Social Skills. Stereotypes. Stigma. Stress. Sullivan. Super-Ego. Therapeutic Community. Thinking – Cognitive Organization and Processes. Time. Traits. Transactional Analysis. Transference. Unconscious. Vision. Vocational and Career Development. Watson. Women’s Studies in Psychology. Wundt.
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