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Recognises the need for coaches to engage with an individual's personal and psychological issues to enable coaches to identify interventions that demonstrate how emotional awareness can be translated into improved performance. This book provides a toolkit illustrated with a range of case studies, diagrams, tables and worksheets.
Providing a background in modern learning and behavior theory, this book reflects the importance of the study of animal learning in psychology. It covers topics that include learning and adaptation, modern conditioning theories, memory retrieval, instrumental learning, avoidance learning and learned helplessness.
Life is about getting what you want, and sales skills can improve your life. Most people resist spelling out what they want, but those who know what they want and know how to ask for it are far more successful in all aspects of life. This book highlights the psychology behind getting people to do what you want.
'Be the best you can be' urge self-help books and makeover TV shows, but what kind of self is imagined as needing a makeover and what kind of self is imagined as the happy result? Drawing on recent sociology and psychology, this book explores the function of slummy mummies, headless zombies and living autopsies to creating an idea of self.
Provides information about depression and depressive disorders in children and adolescents. This book gives parents the tools to identify when their child is troubled and how to go about finding the right help. It also includes information on psychological treatments, medications, and family relationships.
Brings together many important issues within the area of mental health and deafness. This book presents the psychological reality that refers to the issue of cultural identity and sexuality in other deaf people and the abuse and violence against deaf women and how this affects their social interactions.
Addresses theoretical, methodological, and empirical multilevel models as they relate to the analysis of individual and cultural data. This book describes the methodological aspects of multilevel research, including data-analytic and structural equation modeling techniques. It is suitable for researchers and advanced students in psychology.
Advances in media, technology and psychology have had an enormous effect on how students learn and how teachers teach. This book presents new media applications for teaching as well as various methodologies to help students with special needs.
Looks at the theory and practice of negotiating and provides insights into the skills and psychology of negotiation that can make all the difference to how successful you are. This book covers avoidance-avoidance model, Bagatelle, compromise agreement, dirty tricks, expectations, frontal assault, Guanxi, and Hooker's principle.
Alcoholism is a disorder characterised by the excessive consumption of and dependence on alcoholic beverages, leading to physical and psychological harm and impaired social and vocational functioning. This book gathers research on this socially and medically destructive disorder; and looks at addiction issues, and forms of treatment.
'This book explores what clients have to say about their experience of the psychotherapeutic process. David Howe observes that, regardless of the therapist's theoretical orientation, clients say similar things about their experience of being helped (and not being helped)' - Clinical Psychology Forum
The 20th century saw unprecedented growth in population, food production and energy consumption. As the population shifted from rural areas to urban cities, the human impact on the environment increased dramatically. This book addresses various cultural, psychological and practical changes we need to make as nature rapidly dictates our new limits.
Plague was one of the enduring facts of everyday life on the European continent, from earliest antiquity through the first decades of the 18th century. This book offers coverage of the religious and the psychological dimensions of plague and of European society's response to it through many centuries and over a wide geographical terrain.
Police psychology is a specialized field of psychology addressing issues specific to police personnel and other public safety workers. Police psychologists work in the areas supporting police forces to: enhance police organizational structures processes. This book presents the research results on the police psychology.
Examines the need for improved research that focuses on related psychological components and successful prevention and intervention strategies. This book examines police suicidal behaviours and should prove helpful in developing suicide assessment and training programs.
Provides an introduction to the main debates and dilemmas associated with prisons and imprisonment, bringing together a selection of the key readings on the subject. This book is useful for students studying prisons as part of courses in criminology, sociology, law, psychology and other disciplines and practitioners working in this field.