Physiological Psychology

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  1. Book ImageFoundational Concepts in Neuroscience: A Brain-Mind Odyssey

    David E. Presti

    Key concepts in neuroscience presented for the non-medical reader.More

  2. Book ImageThe Polyvagal Theory: Neurophysiological Foundations of Emotions, Attachment, Communication, and Self-regulation

    Stephen W. Porges

    A collection of groundbreaking research by a leading figure in neuroscience.More

  3. Book ImageTrauma Essentials: The Go-To Guide

    Babette Rothschild

    Basic information about one of the most common problems in therapy, from a best-selling mental health writer.More

  4. Book ImageAnxiety Disorders: The Go-To Guide for Clients and Therapists

    Carolyn Daitch

    A comprehensive and accessible book on anxiety for clients and therapists alike.More

  5. Book ImagePsychotropic Drugs: Fast Facts

    Sidney H. Kennedy, Jerrold S. Maxmen, Roger S. McIntyre

    Fourth Edition

    Now in its fourth edition, this book continues to present valuable information in a clear, accessible format.More

  6. Book ImageTreatment of Bipolar Illness: A Casebook for Clinicians and Patients

    Robert M. Post, Gabriele S. Leverich

    “Robert Post is one of the modern pioneers and towering figures in the investigation and treatment of bipolar illness. This volume is a master class in bipolar disorder.”—Russell T. Joffe, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, New Jersey Medical School.More

  7. Book ImageBiological Bases of Clinical Anxiety

    Barry N. Burijon

    Anxiety disorders are the single most common psychiatric condition, affecting 13­–18% of the population.More

  8. Book ImageTreatment Collaboration: Improving the Therapist, Prescriber, Client Relationship

    Ronald J. Diamond, Patricia L. Scheifler

    This book is a guide for three groups of people: the psychologists and social workers who send clients to psychiatrists; the psychiatrists who prescribe the drugs; and the clients who are often caught in the middle.More

  9. Book ImagePsychotropic Drug Prescriber's Survival Guide: Ethical Mental Health Treatment in the Age of Big Pharma

    Amelia N. Dubovsky, Steven L. Dubovsky

    The effective treatment of many mental health conditions necessitates that clinicians prescribe medications.More

  10. Book ImagePsychopharmacology Handbook for the Non-Medically Trained

    Sophia F. Dziegielewski

    In today's era of managed behavioral health care, mental health professionals are called upon to consult on medication treatment or recommend what medications would best serve as adjuncts to therapy.More

  11. Book ImagePediatric Psychopharmacology: Fast Facts

    Daniel F. Connor, Bruce M. Meltzer

    The psychopharmacological treatment of youth calls for knowledge and skill in selecting medications and doses appropriate to the developmental stage of children and teens.More

  12. Book ImageClinical Guide to Psychotropic Medications

    Steven L. Dubovsky

    With a vast array of medications available for prescription, psychiatrists demand reference books that quickly summarize various drugs with an emphasis on their properties, most effective usages, cross-indications, and potential side effects.More

  13. Book ImagePsychotropic Drugs and Women: Fast Facts

    Victoria Hendrick, Michael Gitlin

    At a time when the use of psychotropic drugs is on the rise and the medical understanding of female physiology is becoming increasingly complex, the specific treatment needs of women seeking psychiatric or psychological care demand special attention. Designed as a practical day-to-day clinical practice guide, Psychotropic Drugs and Women provides information for the treatment of psychiatric disorders across the reproductive lives of women.
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  14. Book ImageComprehensive Textbook of Geriatric Psychiatry

    George T. Grossberg, Lissy F. Jarvik, Barnett S. Meyers, Et Al.

    Third Edition

    The Comprehensive Textbook of Geriatric Psychiatry is the standard reference in the field.More

  15. Book ImagePsychotropic Drugs and The Elderly: Fast Facts

    Joel Sadavoy

    In the complex and dynamic field of geriatric psychopharmacology up-to-date data on drug efficacy and prescription guidelines are at a premium. Designed as an accessible and practical day-to-day clinical practice guide, Psychotropic Drugs and the Elderly provides essential information as well as the depth of knowledge necessary for specialized pharmacotherapy of elders.More

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