This volume draws on Hayek's shorter articles for weeklies, and his reviews, as well as academic papers and articles. It also includes a substantial introduction, providing full background and outlining the significance of this period for Hayek's intellectual development. The material is divided into three sections: Hayek's contributions to the famous market socialism debate; Hayek's responses to the onset of war, including his response to Keynes' How to Pay for the War; his papers on the relationship between economic planning and freedom.
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Contents: Preface. Part I: Basic Clinical Knowledge and Skills. Section 1: Individuals and the Family. J. DeFrain, R. Cook, G. Gonzalez-Kruger, Family Health and Dysfunction. J.M. Lucariello, J.V. Lerner, Human Lifespan Development. B.F. Okun, Human Diversity. L. Sperry, M.P. Duffy, R.M. Tureen, S.E. Gillig, Psychopathology. R. Resnikoff, Psychopharmacology. Section 2: Therapeutic Skills and Tools. K. Snow, H.C. Crethar, P. Robey, J. Carlson, Theories of Family Therapy (Part I). H.C. Crethar, K. Snow, J. Carlson, Theories of Family Therapy (Part II). J.E. Patterson, T.M. Edwards, S.L. Carnes, Assessment, Diagnoses, and Treatment Planning. P.C. Dowds, D.G. Byrom, Case Management. P.M. Kleespies, B.L. Niles, C.J. Kutter, A.N. Ponce, Managing Behavioral Emergencies. Part II: Common Client Problems. Section 3: Distressed Couples. E.F. Kouneski, D.H. Olson, Conflict and Disenchantment. C.A. Everett, S.E. Livingston, L.D. Bowen, Separation, Divorce, and Remarriage. J.D. Atwood, Sexual Problems. S.M. Stith, K.H. Rosen, Intimate Partner Violence. Section 4: Child and Adolescent Issues. R.M. Hodapp, J.N. Sagun, E. Dykens, Developmental Disabilities. T.L. Sexton, A.E. Sydnor, M.K. Rowland, J.F. Alexander, Behavioral and Relationship Problems. A. Hogue, S. Dauber, L. Faw, H.A. Liddle, Substance Abuse. C.C. Capstick, P. Fraenkel, Child Abuse and Neglect. Section 5: Diminished Health and Well-Being. D.S. Becvar, Care Giving and Grief. E.L. Hendrickson, E.E. McCollum, Alcohol and Other Drug Dependencies. W.G. McCown, Nonpharmacological Addictions. F.M. Dattilio, Depression and Anxiety. J.M. Serovich, S.M. Craft, HIV/AIDS. Part III: Career Issues. Section 6: Professional Development. S.T. Gladding, Ethical and Legal Issues in Family Therapy. K. Sturkie, Preparing for Licensing Examinations. W.C. Nichols, Continuing Professional Development.
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