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The handwriting analyzer : A useful and entertaining book which puts graphology entirely in the hands of the layman, enabling him to analyze any handwriting quickly and accurately without any study or knowledge of the subject. [ Mind your p\'s and q\'s]
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The handwriting analyzer : A useful and entertaining book which puts graphology entirely in the hands of the layman, enabling him to analyze any handwriting quickly and accurately without any study or knowledge of the subject. [ Mind your p's and q's]

By Meyer, Jerome Sydney, 1895-1975.

New York : Simon and Schuster, 1953, 1927, 1953. Very Good. 9th printing ; 101 p. ; 26 cm. ; LCCN: 53-11397 ; OCLC: 392415 ; First published in 1927 under title: Mind your p's and q's ; brown cloth in nicked dustjacket ; Contents: Fundamentals of handwriting analysis -- how to use this book -- A sample analysis -- Comparison diagrams -- Key section -- Index to characteristics -- Handwriting quiz -- Answers. ; interesting attempt to reduce handwriting analysis to a series of recorded observations, from which a personality type may be deduced. ; VG/G

$30.00

Handwriting analysis : putting it to work for you
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Handwriting analysis : putting it to work for you

By McNichol, Andrea. ; Nelson, Jeffrey A., 1956-

Chicago : Contemporary Books, 1991, 1991. Good. xiii, 328 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. ; ISBN: 0809240238 (pbk.) :; 9780809240234 (pbk.) LCCN: 90-28404 ; LC: BF891; Dewey: 155.2/82 ; OCLC: 22982831 ; paper wrappers ; ex-lib, stamps, labels, store stamp on inside front cover ; "Having sold more than 50,000 copies, Handwriting Analysis has now been revised and expanded to include a new chapter on analyzing doodles. In clear, step-by-step lessons, expert graphologist shows how to analyze handwriting to discover people's hidden personality traits. " ; Contents : Fun Quiz -- Explanation of Answers -- What Does Getting the Right Answers Mean? -- THE SCIENCE OF GRAPHOLOGY -- Handwriting as Brain Prints -- Science Quiz -- Graphology and the Three Facets of Man -- The Five Ways They Are Made -- Zones -- Printing vs Connected Writing -- Connecting Strokes -- Signatures -- PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS -- High vs Low Functioning Intelligence -- Extroversion vs Introversion -- Strong vs Weak Work Drive -- Graphology as a Science -- AN INDEPTH LOOK AT SOME SPECIFIC HANDWRITING TRAITS -- A Few Things to Know Before Getting Started -- Slant -- Baselines -- Margins -- Spacing -- Pressure -- Size -- Speed -- Honesty vs Dishonesty -- TRYING YOUR HAND AT -- Your First Analysis -- THE USES OF GRAPHOLOGY -- The Future of Graphology -- Those Last Few Tidbits -- Where Do You Go from Here? -- Bibliography ; flyleaf corner clipped ; worn, but G

$29.00

Introduction to the Rorschach method, a manual of personality study. [Purpose and scope -- Experimental records -- Healty adults and superior intelligence -- Feeble-minded -- Depressed states -- Hypomanic conditions -- Schizophrenics -- Neurotics -- Conduct disorder in adults -- Problem children -- Inadequate test records --Mental hygiene cases]
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Introduction to the Rorschach method, a manual of personality study. [Purpose and scope -- Experimental records -- Healty adults and superior intelligence -- Feeble-minded -- Depressed states -- Hypomanic conditions -- Schizophrenics -- Neurotics -- Conduct disorder in adults -- Problem children -- Inadequate test records --Mental hygiene cases]

By Beck, Samuel J. (Samuel Jacob), 1896- [preface by F. L. Wells, foreword, Lawson G. Lowrey;

[New York] The American orthopsychiatric association, 1937, 1937. Very Good. xv, 278 p. ill. ; LCCN: sg 39-27 ; LC: RC602; NLM: WM 145 ; OCLC: 1939240 ; Series: Monograph; no. 1 of the American orthopsychiatric association ; black cloth with gold lettering ; no dustjacket ; "The underlying function of the Rorschach test is to describe the personality in terms of answers to the questions, (1) Where does he look for his meanings, (2) What meanings does he find. The attempt is to get a fair sample of how one looks at his environment, and what he sees there...When the observer is shown pictures and asked to tell what they represent, to make up a story about them, it is supposed that what he sees in the pictures, the stories he makes up, reflect interest-trends prominent in his personality....The meanings which the observer finds in the inkblot are more completely functions of his own personality." ; Contents: Purpose and scope -- Experimental records -- Healty adults and superior intelligence -- Feeble-minded -- Depressed states -- Hypomanic conditions -- Schizophrenics -- Neurotics -- Conduct disorder in adults -- Problem children -- Inadequate test records --Mental hygiene cases -- Technique, norms interpretation -- Experimental technique -- Scoring : Elements of the formulae, More behavioral aspects, The organization response, D and Dr: Table of norms, F+ and F-: Table of norms, Interest: classification of content -- The psychological processes indicated -- Selected bibliography. ; foxing, else VG

$75.00

Against our will : men, women, and rape. [A personal statement;  mass psychology of rape;  beginning was  law; War: World War I, World War II, Bangladesh, Vietnam; Riots pogroms & revolutions:  American Revolution, Pogroms,  Mormon persecutions, Mob violence against blacks-the KKK, Mob violence against whites-The Congo; Two studies in American history: Indians, Slavery,  Cliometricians;  police-blotter rapist: Pairs, groups & gangs, Gratuitous acts, extravagent defilements, rape-murder; A question of race; Power: institution & authority: Prison rape,  homosexual experience, Police rape,  sexual abuse of children;  myth of  heroic rapist; Victims:  setting:  conscious rape fantasy;  beautiful victim; Blonde ex-showgirl slain in hotel suite]
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Against our will : men, women, and rape. [A personal statement; mass psychology of rape; beginning was law; War: World War I, World War II, Bangladesh, Vietnam; Riots pogroms & revolutions: American Revolution, Pogroms, Mormon persecutions, Mob violence against blacks-the KKK, Mob violence against whites-The Congo; Two studies in American history: Indians, Slavery, Cliometricians; police-blotter rapist: Pairs, groups & gangs, Gratuitous acts, extravagent defilements, rape-murder; A question of race; Power: institution & authority: Prison rape, homosexual experience, Police rape, sexual abuse of children; myth of heroic rapist; Victims: setting: conscious rape fantasy; beautiful victim; Blonde ex-showgirl slain in hotel suite]

By Brownmiller, Susan, 1935-

New York : Simon and Schuster, 1975, 1975. Very Good. 472 p. ; 25 cm ; ISBN: 0671220624; 9780671220624 LCCN: 75-12705 ; LC: HV6558; Dewey: 364.1/53; NLM: HV 6558 B885a 1975 ; OCLC: 1324585 ; brown cloth with dustjacket ; "The most comrpehensive study of rape ever offered to the public...It forces readers to take a fresh look at their own attitudes toward this devastating crime." --Newsweek ; The feminist book par excellence, by one of the Movement's leading theoreticians, about the crime only males can commit--rape. From a feudal lord's ""first night"" privileges with his female serfs to a Southern plantation owner's easy access to his slaves, from ancient Troy to Vietnamese hamlets, everywhere soldiers have marched into conquered lands, the strong and the rich have systematically oppressed the weak and the poor, preferably (but not always) those of other races, creeds or nationalities, usually women, but also slightly built young men in prisons. Brownmiller shows how rape has its genesis in power (and the need to preserve the appearance of power) rather than eroticism. It is as much a function of the strange byways of male dominance and bonding as it is an expression of contempt for the female victim: early Babylonian law was concerned with the loss of the bride price associated with the marriage of an ""unspoiled"" virgin; rape was avenged not by punishing the rapist, but by violating his wife in turn. And on up through the present, where the author demolishes many of the convenient male myths concerning the crime by using law enforcement statistics from a variety of locales.; Contents: A personal statement -- The mass psychology of rape -- The beginning was the law -- War: World War I, World War II, Bangladesh, Vietnam -- Riots pogroms and revolutions: THe American Revolution, Pogroms, The Mormon persecutions, Mob violence against blacks-the KKK, Mob violence against whites-The Congo -- Two studies in American history: Indians, Slavery, The Cliometricians -- The police-blotter rapist: Pairs, groups and gangs, Gratuitous acts, extravagent defilements, rape-murder -- A question of race -- Power: institution and authority: Prison rape, the homosexual experience, Police rape, The sexual abuse of children -- The myth of the heroic rapist -- Victims: the setting: the conscious rape fantasy -- The beautiful victim -- Blonde ex-showgirl slain in hotel suite -- Confessions: he made me do it -- Victims: the crime -- Women fight back. ; VG/VG

$50.00

Modern clinical psychiatry. [The beginnings of psychiatry -- Development of dynamic psychiatry -- Personality development -- Adaptive processes and mental mechanisms -- Psychopathology -- The causes and nature of mental disorders -- Examination of the patient -- Disorders caused by or associated with impairment of brain tissue function -- Brain syndromes resulting from drug or poison intoxication -- Alcoholism and alcoholic psychoses -- Mental disorders caused by or associated with head trauma -- Acute brain syndromes associated with metabolic disturbances -- Chronic brain disorders -- Mental disturbances with other forms of syphilis of the central nervous system -- Brain syndromes associated with chronic arteriosclerosis ]
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Modern clinical psychiatry. [The beginnings of psychiatry -- Development of dynamic psychiatry -- Personality development -- Adaptive processes and mental mechanisms -- Psychopathology -- The causes and nature of mental disorders -- Examination of the patient -- Disorders caused by or associated with impairment of brain tissue function -- Brain syndromes resulting from drug or poison intoxication -- Alcoholism and alcoholic psychoses -- Mental disorders caused by or associated with head trauma -- Acute brain syndromes associated with metabolic disturbances -- Chronic brain disorders -- Mental disturbances with other forms of syphilis of the central nervous system -- Brain syndromes associated with chronic arteriosclerosis ]

By Noyes, Arthur P. (Arthur Percy), 1880-1963. ; Kolb, Lawrence Coleman, 1911-2006. ; association copy, John Leonard Pyron, 1916-2005

Philadelphia, Saunders, 1963, 1963. Good. 6th ed. ; viii, 586 p. ; LCCN: 63-9492 ; LC: RC454; Dewey: 616.89; NLM: WM 100 ; OCLC: 1559343 ; blue cloth ; no dustjacket ; signature on front ep of Dr. John Leonard Pyron (1916-2005), who, with degrees from Birmingham Southern University in 1936 and a Masters in Education from the University of Florida, taught in Florida high schools from 1936-1946, until he attended Emory University and received a degree in dentistry in 1948. In 1998, Emory recognized him for 50 continuous years of service in dentistry ; Contents: The beginnings of psychiatry -- Development of dynamic psychiatry -- Personality development -- Adaptive processes and mental mechanisms -- Psychopathology -- The causes and nature of mental disorders -- Examination of the patient -- Disorders caused by or associated with impairment of brain tissue function -- Brain syndromes resulting from drug or poison intoxication -- Alcoholism and alcoholic psychoses -- Mental disorders caused by or associated with head trauma -- Acute brain syndromes associated with metabolic disturbances -- Chronic brain disorders -- Mental disturbances with other forms of syphilis of the central nervous system -- Brain syndromes associated with chronic arteriosclerosis -- Brain syndromes associated with convulsive disorders (epilepsy) -- Senile psychoses -- Chronic brain syndromes associated with disturbance of metabolism, growth or nutrition -- Chronic brain syndrome associated with intracranial neoplasm -- Chronic brain syndromes associated with diseases of unknown or uncertain cause -- Mental deficiency -- Disorders of psychogenic origin -- Psychotic disorders: involutional psychotic reactions -- Psychotic disorders: affective reactions -- Psychotic disorders: schizophrenic reactions -- Psychotic disorders: paranoid reactions -- Psychophysicological autonomic and visceral disorders -- Psychoneurotic disorders -- Drug addiction -- Child psychology -- Psychotherapy -- Pharmacological therapy -- Shock and other physical therapies -- Psychiatry and the law. ; G

$49.00

Foundations of psychology [Contents:  The nature of psychology --  The response mechanism --  Response --  Growth and development --  Feeling and emotion --  Motivation --  Leaning --  Retention and transfer of learning --  Recollecting, imagining and thinking --  Perception --  Sensation and psychological measurement --  Color --  Visual space perception --  Hearing --  Taste and smell --  Somesthesis --  Topographical orientation --  Individual differences --  Heredity and environment --  Efficiency --  Personality --  Personal adjustment --  Vocational selection --  Attitudes and opinions --  Social relations of the individual ]
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Foundations of psychology [Contents: The nature of psychology -- The response mechanism -- Response -- Growth and development -- Feeling and emotion -- Motivation -- Leaning -- Retention and transfer of learning -- Recollecting, imagining and thinking -- Perception -- Sensation and psychological measurement -- Color -- Visual space perception -- Hearing -- Taste and smell -- Somesthesis -- Topographical orientation -- Individual differences -- Heredity and environment -- Efficiency -- Personality -- Personal adjustment -- Vocational selection -- Attitudes and opinions -- Social relations of the individual ]

By Boring, Edwin Garrigues, 1886-1968 ; Langfeld, Herbert Sidney, 1879- ; Weld, Harry Porter, 1877-

New York, J. Wiley, 1948, 1948. Very Good. xv, 632 p. illus. 25 cm. ; Series: Wiley publications in psychology; LCCN: 48-7277 ; LC: BF121; Dewey: 150; NLM: BF 121 F771 1948 ; OCLC: 880850 ; red and black cloth with gold lettering ; no dustjacket ; "Originally intended as a revision of the editor's Introduction to psychology, but the rearrangement and the new material added make this substantially a new work" ; Contents: The nature of psychology -- The response mechanism -- Response -- Growth and development -- Feeling and emotion -- Motivation -- Leaning -- Retention and transfer of learning -- Recollecting, imagining and thinking -- Perception -- Sensation and psychological measurement -- Color -- Visual space perception -- Hearing -- Taste and smell -- Somesthesis -- Topographical orientation -- Individual differences -- Heredity and environment -- Efficiency -- Personality -- Personal adjustment -- Vocational selection -- Attitudes and opinions -- Social relations of the individual ; name on front endpaper; a few marks, else VG

$37.00

Philosophers on Freud : new evaluations. [Freud\'s anthropomorphism; Freud\'s neurological theory of mind; Meaning and dream interpretation;Mauvaise foi and the unconscious; Self-deception and the \
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Philosophers on Freud : new evaluations. [Freud's anthropomorphism; Freud's neurological theory of mind; Meaning and dream interpretation;Mauvaise foi and the unconscious; Self-deception and the "splitting of the ego"; Freud, Sartre, and self-deception; Disposition and memory;On Freud's doctrine of emotions; Totem and taboo; etc ]

By Wollheim, Richard, 1923-2003. [Thomas Nagel, Robert C. Solomon, Jean-Paul Sartre, Herbert Fingarette,David Pears,Stuart Hampshire, David Sachs, Irving Thalberg, Ronald De Sousa,Brian O'Shaughnessy, Margaret A. Boden, Wesley C. Salmon, Clark Glymour,Peter

New York : Aronson, 1977, 1977. Fine. 1st Aronson ed. ; xxi, 416 p. ; ISBN: 0876681941 9780876681947 ; LC: BF173.F85; Dewey: 150.19/52 ; OCLC: 4255982 ; dark brown cloth with dark red and yellow pictorial dustjacket ; Contents: Freud's anthropomorphism / Thomas Nagel -- Freud's neurological theory of mind / Robert C. Solomon -- Meaning and dream interpretation / F. Weiss -- Mauvaise foi and the unconscious / Jean-Paul Sartre -- Self-deception and the "splitting of the ego" / Herbert Fingarette -- Freud, Sartre, and self-deception / David Pears -- Disposition and memory / Stuart Hampshire -- On Freud's doctrine of emotions / David Sachs -- Freud's anatomies of the self / Irving Thalberg -- Identification and imagination / Richard Wollheim -- Norms and the normal / Ronald De Sousa -- The id and the thinking process / Brian O'Shaughnessy -- Freudian mechanisms of defence : a programming perspective / Margaret A. Boden -- Psychoanalytic theory and evidence / Wesley C. Salmon -- Freud, Kepler, and the clinical evidence / Clark Glymour -- Rational behavior and psychoanalytic explanation / Peter Alexander -- Concerning rational behaviour and psychoanalytic explanation / Theodore Mischel -- Testing an interpretation within a session / J.O. Wisdom -- Freud's psychology of language / John C. Marshall -- Genetic explanation in Totem and taboo / Jerome Neu. ; "Richard Arthur Wollheim (1923–2003) was a British philosopher who served as the president of the British Society of Aesthetics...Besides his philosophical research and teaching on art, Wollheim was well-known for his philosophical treatments of depth psychology, notably Sigmund Freud. " ; some yellowing, else FINE/FINE

$39.00

Facing codependence : what it is, where it comes from, how it sabotages our lives.
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Facing codependence : what it is, where it comes from, how it sabotages our lives.

By Miller, J. Keith.; Miller, Andrea Wells. ; Mellody, Pia. [Rosalie Blazej, Peter Kaplan]

San Francisco : Perennial Library, 1989, 1989. Fine. 1st ed., 11th printing ; xxiv, 222 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. ; ISBN: 0062505890; 9780062505897 LCCN: 88-45662 ; LC: RC569.5.C63; Dewey: 616.86; OCLC: 18626279 ; color photographic paper wrappers ; "Discusses the symptoms of codependence, explains how child abuse and dysfunctional family life can cause the condition, and suggests a path toward recovery. " ;

$29.00

Twenty steps to power, influence and control over people. [20] [How to make all people conscious of you; how to make people want to know you; How to pull forth friendliness; How to listen aggressively; How to bag and pocket people; How to make your thinking win; How to win in a power duel; How to handle difficult people; etc]
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Twenty steps to power, influence and control over people. [20] [How to make all people conscious of you; how to make people want to know you; How to pull forth friendliness; How to listen aggressively; How to bag and pocket people; How to make your thinking win; How to win in a power duel; How to handle difficult people; etc]

By Gabriel, H. W. (H. Wilhelm)

Reading, Mass., Addison-Wesley Pub. Co, 1962, 1962. Very Good. 210 p. 24 cm. LCCN: 62-8908 LC: BF636; Dewey: 150.13 OCLC: 552208; dark red cloth with black lettering ; no dustjacket ; VG

$35.00

Peoplemaking.
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Peoplemaking.

By Satir, Virginia.

Palo Alto, CA : Science and Behavior Books, c1972., 1972. Very Good. 5th printing ; 304 pp ; decorative cloth in a colorful dust jacket ; VG/G

$19.00

Explorations in Psychoanalysis : Essays in Honor of Theodor Reik, on the Occasion of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday, March 12, 1953. [ Bibliography of Theodor Reik;Good gifts to share: a contribution to the understanding of masculinity and femininity;Thought control and confession compulsion; Psychodynamics and cognition;On symbolism and the genesis of ornamentation;Recall and distortion of legendary material;Dame Holle: dream and folk tale (Grimm no.24); The psychodynamics of gambling; The psychoanalyst looks at contemporary art]
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Explorations in Psychoanalysis : Essays in Honor of Theodor Reik, on the Occasion of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday, March 12, 1953. [ Bibliography of Theodor Reik;Good gifts to share: a contribution to the understanding of masculinity and femininity;Thought control and confession compulsion; Psychodynamics and cognition;On symbolism and the genesis of ornamentation;Recall and distortion of legendary material;Dame Holle: dream and folk tale (Grimm no.24); The psychodynamics of gambling; The psychoanalyst looks at contemporary art]

By Lindner, Robert, and Clement Staff, eds. [Theodor Reik] [gustin nydes berkeley meerloo grenkel-brunswik garma bergmann roheim feldman ephron hacker alexander wexler sulzberger frym grotjahn ekstein frankel schwaetzer-barinbaum]

New York : The Julian Press, Inc., Publishers, 1953., 1953. Very Good. xiii, 308 pp. ; red cloth with black lettering ; Contents: Theodor Reik / John C. Gustin -- Bibliography of Theodor Reik (1911-1952) -- Within the pleasure principle / Jule Nydes -- Good gifts to share: a contribution to the understanding of masculinity and femininity / Ruth Pirkle Berkeley -- Thought control and confession compulsion / Joost A. M. Meerloo -- Psychodynamics and cognition / Else Frenkel-Brunswik -- On symbolism and the genesis of ornamentation / Angel Garma -- Recall and distortion of legendary material in the course of psychoanalysis / Martin S. Bergmann -- Dame Holle: dream and folk tale (Grimm no.24) / Geza Roheim -- Reik and the interpretation of literature / A. Bronson Feldman -- The reader and the writer / Beulah Kanter Ephron -- On artistic production / Frederick J. Hacker -- The psychoanalyst looks at contemporary art / Franz Alexander -- Psychological distance as a factor in the treatment of a schizophrenic patient / Milton Wexler -- Psychoanalytic notes on the paranoid personality / Carl Fulton Sulzberger -- False confessions / Marcel Frym -- The psychodynamics of gambling / Robert Lindner -- Training the third ear: report on an attempt at teaching conjecture in psychotherapy / Martin Grootjahn -- On current trends in psychoanalytic training / Rudolf Ekstein -- Wir schueler Reik's / Edward Frankel -- Background and aims of the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis / Gisela Schwaetzer-Barinbaum ; VG

$45.00

Adolescence : A Contemporary View. [Theories & Research; Physical Development; Cognitive Development; Identity & Personality; Sex Roles...; ...Families; ...Peers; Adolescent Sexuality;...Moral, Religious & Political Development;...Drugs; etc]
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Adolescence : A Contemporary View. [Theories & Research; Physical Development; Cognitive Development; Identity & Personality; Sex Roles...; ...Families; ...Peers; Adolescent Sexuality;...Moral, Religious & Political Development;...Drugs; etc]

By Nielsen, Linda. [editors, Christina N. Oldham, Dawn Youngblood; design, John Ritland, Jo Arnold]

Fort Worth ; Philadlephia ; San Diego ; New York ; Orlando ; Austin ; San Antonio ; Toronto ; Montreal ; London ; Sydney ; Tokyo : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich College Publishers, 1991., 1991. Good. 2nd edition ; pictorial boards ; ISBN: 0030328535; 9780030328534 LCCN: 90-46994 ;LC: HQ796; Dewey: 305.23/5 ; OCLC: 22346857 ; xxii, 580 pp. ; illustrated ; " ...motivates students to challenge their own beliefs and assumptions and to critically evaluate the research, experts' opinions, statistics, and theories about adolescence. The book incorporates contemporary issues and research on adolescence, such as the impact of temperament on adolescence, attention deficit disorders, mothers and teenage sons, and adolescents with troubled peer relationships. In addition, readers will come to recognize the powerful role of race, family income and gender in adolescents' lives. Nielsen engages the reader through the use of an informal writing style, photographs, cartoons, graphics, self-quizzes and boxed inserts." ; Dr. Linda Nielsen (Lewisville, NC) is a professor of psychology at Wake Forest University ; highlighting, else G

$35.00

Butyrophenones in Psychiatry. [Overview of their pharmacologic & metabolic properties; In outpatient treatment; Treatment of chronic schrizophrenia; Haloperidol...in geriatric patients; ...in neurologic patients; Extrapyramidal & cardiovascular effe
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Butyrophenones in Psychiatry. [Overview of their pharmacologic & metabolic properties; In outpatient treatment; Treatment of chronic schrizophrenia; Haloperidol...in geriatric patients; ...in neurologic patients; Extrapyramidal & cardiovascular effe

By DiMascio, Alberto, 1928- ; Shader, Richard I., 1935- , eds. [Frank J. Ayd; Charles P. O'Brien; Leo E. Hollister; Bernard A. Stotsky; Robert J. Mones; Richard I. Shader; Jonathan O. Cole]

New York : Raven Press, Publishers, 1972., 1972. Very Good. 128 pp. ; ISBN: 0911216316; 9780911216318 ; LCCN: 70-181302 ; OCLC: 363476 ; red cloth ; slight wear to covers ; Contents: The butyrophenones; an overview of their pharmacologic and metabolic properties / Alberto DiMascio -- Butyrophenones in outpationt treatment / Frank J. Ayd, Jr. -- Use of butyrophenones in the acutely agitated or manic patient / Charles P. O'brien, Jr. -- Treatment of chronic schizophrenia with butyrophenones / Leo E. Hollister -- Haloperidol in the treatment of geriatric patients / Bernard A. Stotsky -- The use of haloperidol in neurolog ic patients / Robert J. Mones -- Extrapyramidal and cardiovascular side effects of butyrophenones / Richard I. Shader -- Summarization and potential indications / Jonathan O. Cole ; VG

$40.00

Culture and Commitment : a Study of the Generation Gap.

By Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978.

Garden City, NY : Natural History Press ; Doubleday & Company, published for the American Museum of Natural History, 1970., 1970. Fine. xxic, 91 pp. ; LCCN: 79-93204 ; dark grey cloth in dustjacket ; "Originated from the Man and nature lectures delivered ... at the American Museum of Natural History in March 1969 in conjunction with the museum's centennial celebration." ; LC: HM101; HQ796; Dewey: 301.2 ; OCLC: 54996 ; "The renowned anthropologist argues that the gap between the generations in the seventies is qualitatively different in depth and extent than any previous generational break and probes efforts to mold coherent cultural patterns and search for commitment" ; very slight wear to bottom of spine, else FINE/VG

$20.00

Consumer Behavior : Buying, Having and Being.
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Consumer Behavior : Buying, Having and Being.

By Solomon, Michael R. ; David Borkowsky, Patricia H. Wosczyk, Suzanne Behnke, Tom Herzberg.

Englewood Cliffs, NJ : Prentice Hall, 1992., 1992. Good. ISBN: 0205131638; 9780205131631 ; 3rd edition ; 1st printing ; color pictorial boards ; xxii, 682 pp. ; several illustrations, mostly color ; some highlighting ; numerous examples of modern culture and imagery ; G

$40.00

Cognition. [History of the Cognitive Approach; Perceptual Processes; Models of Memory; Sensory Memory & Short-term Memory; Long-Term Memory; Imagery; Language Comprehension; Problem Solving & Creativity; Logical Reasoning; etc]
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Cognition. [History of the Cognitive Approach; Perceptual Processes; Models of Memory; Sensory Memory & Short-term Memory; Long-Term Memory; Imagery; Language Comprehension; Problem Solving & Creativity; Logical Reasoning; etc]

By Matlin, Margaret W.; eds., Ted Buchholz, Christina N. Oldham, Meera Dash, Margaret Allyson, Tad Gaither, Priscilla Mingus; cover, Michael Lupino.

Fort Worth, et al. : Harcourt Brace Publishers, 1994., 1994. Good. 3rd edition ; xix, 554 pp. ; ISBN: 0155005715; 9780155005716 LCCN: 92-75763 ; OCLC: 29714027 ; LC: BF311; Dewey: 153 ; some highlighting and notes, else G

$54.00

Success in Psychotherapy [Personality Symposia ; Personality Monographs ; vol. 3 ; 1952] [Problems in the definition and measurement of success in psychotherapy; An objective measurement of frustration tolerance in evaluating psychotherapy; Personality changes in client-centered therapy; Changes and adjustment following psychotherapy as reflected in Rorschach signs; A measure of client defensiveness; An objective study of the locus-of-evalutaion factor in psychotherapy; Circular behavior; Personality changes in client-centered therapy; An objective study of the locus-of-evaluation factor in psychotherapy]
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Success in Psychotherapy [Personality Symposia ; Personality Monographs ; vol. 3 ; 1952] [Problems in the definition and measurement of success in psychotherapy; An objective measurement of frustration tolerance in evaluating psychotherapy; Personality changes in client-centered therapy; Changes and adjustment following psychotherapy as reflected in Rorschach signs; A measure of client defensiveness; An objective study of the locus-of-evalutaion factor in psychotherapy; Circular behavior; Personality changes in client-centered therapy; An objective study of the locus-of-evaluation factor in psychotherapy]

By Wolff, Werner, 1904-1957. ; and Precker, Joseph A. [Richard A. Hogan, Natalie Reader Haimowitz, Roy M. Hamlin,Nathaniel J. Raskin, Harold H. Anderson, Harold H. Mosak, NR Haimowitz, NJ Raskin, William N. Thetfold]

New York : Grune & Stratton, 1952., 1952. Very Good. viii, 196 pp. ; LC: BF698; Dewey: 132; NLM: WM 420 ; OCLC: 2789707 ; articles include: Problems in the definition and measurement of success in psychotherapy / Harold H. Mosak -- An objective measurement of frustration tolerance in evaluating psychotherapy / William N. Thetfold -- Personality changes in client-centered therapy / Natalie Reader Haimowitz -- Changes and adjustment following psychotherapy as reflected in Rorschach signs / Roy M. Hamlin -- A measure of client defensiveness / Richard A. Hogan -- An objective study of the locus-of-evalutaion factor in psychotherapy / Nathaniel J. Raskin -- Circular behavior / Harold H. Anderson -- Personality changes in client-centered therapy / NR Haimowitz -- An objective study of the locus-of-evaluation factor in psychotherapy / NJ Raskin ; "The present Personality Monograph unites quantitative investigations on therapeutic criteria and therapeutic successes. One criterion of successful psychotherapy is the patient's increased ability to recover from frustrations; another a decrease of self-deception and social maladjustment, producing the patient's defensiveness. Another criterion is the change in the patient's attitude toward himself, in his locus-of-evaluation of himself and of his dependence on the judgments of others. Again, another criterion is the patient's ability to break out of the vicious circle of domination that incites domination in others. For each of these criteria we need "tailored tests" which give evidence of specific changes of personality, and, therefore, of successes in psychotherapy. According to some investigators, the Rorschach test is a reliable instrument to indicate specific personality changes and therapeutic successes such as the patient's adjustment to emotional problems, his intellectual functioning, his personality integration. According to others, however, such Rorschach indicators seem to be controversial. The present contributions indicate that psychotherapeutic effects can be evaluated quantitatively; they invite further research in this direction in order to answer the crucial question of psychotherapy: Success--what is it--how is it come by? " ; blue cloth in dustjacket ; foxing ; dustjacket nicked ; VG/G

$55.00

In Search of the Lost Mother of Infancy.[Organizing Experience: The Structural Foundation of Personality; Contrasting Limited Organizing Experience w/Pervasive...; Working the Contact Moment; Working the Organizing Experience]
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In Search of the Lost Mother of Infancy.[Organizing Experience: The Structural Foundation of Personality; Contrasting Limited Organizing Experience w/Pervasive...; Working the Contact Moment; Working the Organizing Experience]

By Hedges, Lawrence E. [cover art, Patti Wallace]

Northvale, NJ ; London : Jason Aronson, Inc., 1994., 1994. Fine. 1st edition, 1st printing ; ISBN: 1568212747 ; LCCN: 94-8092 ; black cloth with gold lettering, in blue, black and grey dustjacket with cover art by Patti Wallace ; xxviii, 354 pp. ; FINE/VG

$44.50

Psychoanalytic Psychology of Normal Development. [The Writings of Anna Freud, Volume VIII][Widening Scope of Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, Normal & Abnormal -- Diagnosis & Assessment of Childhood Disturbances -- Beyond Infantile Neurosis -- A Psychoanalytical View of Developmental Psychopathology -- Beyond the Infantile Neurosis -- Psychopathology Seen Against the Background of Normal Development -- The Principal Task of Child Analysis -- Mental Health a nd Illness in Terns of Internal Harmony and Disharmony -- Child Analysis as the Study of Mental Growth, Normal and Abnormal -- Insight: its Presence and Absence as a Factor in Normal Development -- Comments on Aggression -- Changes in Psychoanalytic Practice and Experience -- Remarks on]
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Psychoanalytic Psychology of Normal Development. [The Writings of Anna Freud, Volume VIII][Widening Scope of Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, Normal & Abnormal -- Diagnosis & Assessment of Childhood Disturbances -- Beyond Infantile Neurosis -- A Psychoanalytical View of Developmental Psychopathology -- Beyond the Infantile Neurosis -- Psychopathology Seen Against the Background of Normal Development -- The Principal Task of Child Analysis -- Mental Health a nd Illness in Terns of Internal Harmony and Disharmony -- Child Analysis as the Study of Mental Growth, Normal and Abnormal -- Insight: its Presence and Absence as a Factor in Normal Development -- Comments on Aggression -- Changes in Psychoanalytic Practice and Experience -- Remarks on]

By Freud, Anna, 1895-1982. [Burlingham, Dorothy T. ]

New York : International Universities Press, Inc., 1981., 1981. Good. ix, 389 p. ; 22 cm. ; LC: BF721; Dewey: 618.92/89 ; OCLC: 7731015 ; ISBN: 0823668770 :; 9780823668779; National Library: 8103349 LCCN: 81-11809 ; Blue cloth with gold lettering, in blue and white dustjacket ; slight knock ; foxing ; a little wear to dustjacket ; Contents : Widening Scope of Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, Normal & Abnormal -- Diagnosis & Assessment of Childhood Disturbances -- Beyond Infantile Neurosis -- A Psychoanalytical View of Developmental Psychopathology -- Beyond the Infantile Neurosis -- Psychopathology Seen Against the Background of Normal Development -- The Principal Task of Child Analysis -- Mental Health a nd Illness in Terns of Internal Harmony and Disharmony -- Child Analysis as the Study of Mental Growth, Normal and Abnormal -- Insight: its Presence and Absence as a Factor in Normal Development -- Comments on Aggression -- Changes in Psychoanalytic Practice and Experience -- Remarks on Problems of Psychoanalytic Training -- Fears, Anxieties and Phobic Phenomena -- The Role of Insight in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy: Introduction -- A Study Guide to Freud's Writings -- Foreword to 'Analysis of a Phobia in a Five-Year-Old Boy' -- On the Interaction Between Pediatrics and Child Psychology -- Concerning the Relationship -- Children Possessed -- Dynamic Psychology and Education -- The Nursery School From the Psychoanalytic Point of Vi ew -- Address on the Occasion of the Unveiling of the Freud Statue -- Inaugural Lecture for the Sigmund Freud Chair at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem -- August Aichhorn -- Personal Memories of Ernest Jones -- Foreword to 'Lest We Forget' by Muriel Gardiner -- Foreword to 'Topsy' by Marie Bonaparte ; G

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Helping Children Learn To Read. [Creating a Classroom Language Environment; Using the Basal Reader; Language-Centered & Child-Centered Reading Instruction; Decoding Development; Comprehending; Assessing; Disabilities, etc]
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Helping Children Learn To Read. [Creating a Classroom Language Environment; Using the Basal Reader; Language-Centered & Child-Centered Reading Instruction; Decoding Development; Comprehending; Assessing; Disabilities, etc]

By Searfoss, Lyndon W., John E. Readence.[ser.ed., Virginia Lanigan; eds., Nicole De Palma, Nancy Forsyth, SUsan McNally, Glenna Collett, Linda Dickinson, Megan Cochran; cartoons, Gayle Levee (Levée); photos, Jim Pickerell, Stephen Marks, Frank Siteman

Boston ; London ; Toronto ; Sydney ; Tokyo ; Singapore : Allyn and Bacon, 1994., 1994. Very Good. 3rd edition ; ISBN: 0205148166 ; pictorial boards ; FINE

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