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Clinical Psychology I
Assessment & Formulation

Four Volume Set
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November 2012 | 1 384 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Clinical Psychology is a vast area of research, on an international stage, fundamentally addressing psychological problems or disorders from an assessment, diagnostic and interventionist point of view. This complex field of science studies a mix of complex client groups (children to the elderly) and a variety of different perspectives of study (from neuropsychology to psychotherapy perspectives).

Clinical Psychology I: Assessment & Formulation cover the areas of assessment of presenting problems within the field of clinical psychology (including diagnosis, testing, interpretation, psychometrics, instruments, measures and clinical significance), and the formulation of presenting problems within particular theoretical models (such as psychodynamic models – attachment theory; cognitive models of diagnostic presentations; case formulation approach). The combination of these two key terms provides the necessary base for highlighting the range and sophistication of psychological approaches to these areas allowing a focus on the traditional 'diagnostic' approach but also a wider and more diverse approach beyond diagnosis. Accordingly, these four volumes capture a breadth of psychological theory that would otherwise be lost.


 
VOLUME ONE: FOUNDATIONS OF ASSESSMENT
 
PART ONE: HISTORY OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Lightner Witmer
Clinical Psychology
Robert Watson
A Brief History of Clinical Psychology
David Shakow
What Is Clinical Psychology?
 
PART TWO: CONTEXT AND CULTURE
Raymond Cattell
A Culture?Free Intelligence Test I
Inge Broverman et al
Sex?Role Stereotypes and Clinical Judgements of Mental Health
David Rosenhan
On Being Sane in Insane Places
Enrico Jones and Avril Thorne
Rediscovery of the Subject
Intercultural Approaches to Clinical Assessment  
 
PART THREE: CONCEPTUAL ISSUES IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY ASSESSMENT
Thomas Szasz
The Myth of Illness
Paul Meehl
Schizotaxia, Schizotypy, Schizophrenia
 
PART FOUR: DIAGNOSIS ISSUES AND DEBATES
Edward Zigler and Leslie Phillips
Psychiatric Diagnosis
A Critique  
Jacqueline Persons
The Advantages of Studying Psychological Phenomena Rather Than Psychiatric Diagnoses
R.P. Bentall, G.S. Claridge and P.D. Slade
The Multidimensional Nature of Schizotypal Traits
A Factor Analytic Study with Normal Subjects  
Thomas Widiger
Categorical versus Dimensional Classification
Implications from and for Research  
William Anthony
Recovery from Mental Illness
The Guiding Vision of the Mental-Health Service System in the 1990s  
 
PART FIVE: CASE FORMULATION METHODS
Arnold Lazarus
Multimodal Behavior Therapy
Treating the 'Basic Id'  
Paul Crits-Christoph et al
Clinicians Can Agree in Assessing Relationship Patterns in Psychotherapy
The Core Conflictual Relationship Theme Method  
Jacqueline Persons, John Curtis and George Silberschatz
Psychodynamic and Cognitive? Behavioral Formulations of a Single Case
Peter Bieling and Wilem Kuyken
Is Cognitive Case Formulation Science or Science Fiction?
 
VOLUME TWO: ASSESSMENT: CLINICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES
 
PART ONE: PROJECTIVE TECHNIQUES
Christiana Morgan and Henry Murray
A Method for Investigating Fantasies
The Thematic Apperception Test  
Hermann Rorschach
Three Rorschach Interpretations
 
PART TWO: OBSERVATIONAL/BEHAVIOR
John Cone
The Relevance of Reliability and Validity for Behavioural Assessment
Donald Hartmann
Considerations in the Choice Inter-Observer Reliability Estimates
Steven Hayes, Rosemery Nelson and Robin Jarrett
The Treatment Utility of Assessment
A Functional Approach Evaluating Assessment Quality  
 
PART THREE: DIAGNOSTIC AND CLINICAL INTERVIEWS
J.K. Wing et al
The Concept of a 'Case' in Psychiatric Population Surveys
Michael Rutter et al
Psychiatric Interviewing Techniques IV: Experimental Study: Four Contrasting Style
Philip Ley
Satisfaction, Compliance and Communication
 
PART FOUR: PSYCHOMETRICS: VALIDITY, RELIABILITY AND MEANING
Lee Cronbach and Paul Meehl
Construct Validity in Psychological Tests
Donald Campbell and Donald Fiske
Convergent and Discriminant Validation by the Multitrait-Multimethod Matrix
Patrick Shout and Joseph Fleiss
Intra-Class Correlations
Uses in Assessing Rater Reliability  
Robyn Dawes, David Faust and Paul Meehl
Clinical versus Actuarial Judgment
Neil Jacobson and Paula Truax
Clinical Significance
A Statistical Approach to Defining Meaningful Change in Psychotherapy Research  
 
PART FIVE: SINGLE CASE METHODS
M.B. Shapiro
The Single Case in Clinical?Psychological Research
Alan Kazdin
Drawing Valid Inferences from Case Studies
 
PART SIX: CASE STUDY APPROACHES
Tim Shallice
Case Study Approach in Neuropsychological Research
Brian Iwata et al
Toward a Functional Analysis of Self-Injury
 
PART SEVEN: QUALITATIVE APPROACHES
Robert Bogdan and Steven Taylor
The Judged, not the Judges
An View of Mental Retardation  
Robert Elliott, Constance Fischer and David Rennie
Evolving Guidelines for Publication of Qualitative Research Studies in Psychology and Related Fields
 
VOLUME THREE: ASSESSMENT OF THE PERSON: DOMAINS OF FUNCTIONING
 
PART ONE: COGNITIVE/EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING
David Wechsler
A Standarized Memory Scale for Clinical Use
Esta Berg
A Simple Objective Technique for Measuring Flexibility in Thinking
Tim Shallice and Paul Burgess
Deficits in Strategy Application Following Frontal Lobe Damage in Man
Paul Burgess et al
The Ecological Validity of Tests of Executive Function
 
PART TWO: PERSONALITY
S.R. Hathaway and J.C. McKinley
A Multiphasic Personality Schedule (Minnesota)
I. Construction of the Schedule  
Raymond Cattell
Validation and Intensification of the 16 Personality Factor Questionnaire
S.B.G. Eysenck, H.J. Eysenck and Paul Barrett
A Revised Version of the Psychoticism Scale
Robert McCrae and Paul Costa Jr.
Validation of the Five?Factor Model of Personality across Instruments and Observers
 
PART THREE: SYMPTOMS/MOOD/EMOTION/WELL-BEING
Morris Rosenberg
The Association between Self?Esteem and Anxiety
Leonard Derogatis et al
Symptom Checklist (HSCL)
Self?Report Symptom Inventory  
D.P.Goldberg and V.F.Hillier
Scaled Version of the General Health Questionnaire
Irwin Sarason et al
Assessing Social Support
The Social Support Questionnaire  
David Watson, Lee Anna Clark and Auke Tellegen
Development and Validation of Brief Measures of Positive and Negative Affect
The PANAS Scales  
 
PART FOUR: EPIDEMIOLOGY/LIFE EVENTS
Bruce Dohrenwend et al
Non-Specific Psychological Distress and Other Dimensions of Psychopathology
Measures for Use in the General Population  
G. Brown, A. Bifulco and T. Harris
Life Events, Vulnerability and Onset of Depression
Some Refinements  
 
PART FIVE: CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
Joan Kaufman et al
Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia for School-Age Childre
Present and Lifetime Version (K-SADSPL) - Initial Reliability and Validity Data  
C. Keith Conners et al
The Revised Conners' Parent Rating Scale (CPRS-R)
Factor Structure, Reliability and Criterion Validity  
Robert Goodman
Psychometric Properties of the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire
 
PART SIX: OLDER PEOPLE
Don Kendrick
The Kendrick Battery of Tests
Theoretical Assumptions and Clinical Uses  
Christopher Randolph et al
The Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status (RBANS)
Preliminary Clinical Validity  
 
VOLUME FOUR: CONDITION-SPECIFIC FUNCTIONING FOR SPECIFIC POPULATIONS
 
PART ONE: SELF-REPORT MEASURES OF COMMON MENTAL-HEALTH PROBLEMS
Max Hamilton
A Rating Scale for Depression
R.J. Hodgson and S. Rachman
Obsessive?Compulsive Complaints
A.S. Zigmond and R.P. Snaith
The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale
Aaron Beck, Robert Steer and Margery Garbin
Psychometric Properties of the Beck Depression Inventory
 
25 Years of Evaluation
Theresa Marteau and Hilary Bekker
The Development of a Six?Item Short?Form of the State Scale of the Spielberger State Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI)
 
PART TWO: COMPLEX AND CHRONIC PRESENTATIONS
C.R. Brewin et al
Principles and Practice of Measuring Needs in the Long-Term Mentally Ill
The MRC Needs for Care Assessment  
Anthony Lehman
A Quality of Life Interview for the Chronically Mentally-Ill
M. Birchwood et al
The Social Functioning Scale
The Development and Validation of a New Scale of Social Adjustment for Use in Family Intervention Programmes with Schizophrenic Patients  
G. Haddock et al
Scales to Measure Dimensions of Hallucinations and Delusions
The Psychotic Symptom Scales (PSYRATS)  
 
PART THREE: PHYSICAL AND ADDICTIONS
Ronald Melzack
The McGill Pain Questionnaire
Major Properties and Scoring Methods  
John Saunders et al
Development of the Alcohol?Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT)
WHO Collaborative Project in Early Detection of Persons with Harmful Alcohol Consumption - II  
 
PART FOUR: NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
A.R. Luria and Lawrence Majovski
Basic Approaches Used in American and Soviet Clinical Neuropsychology
Barbara Wilson et al
The Development and Validation of a Test Battery for and Monitoring Everyday Memory Problems
 
PART FIVE: ORGANIZATIONS, ENVIRONMENTS AND SERVICES
Thomas Holmes and Richard Rahe
The Social Re-Adjustment Rating Scale
Rudolf Moos, Robert Shelton and Charles Petty
Perceived Ward Climate and Treatment Outcome
Nicholas Georgiades and Lynda Phillimore
The Myth of the Hero Innovator and Alternative Strategies for Organizational Change
Daniel Larsen et al
Assessment of Client/Patient Satisfaction
Development of a General Scale  
Wolf Wolfensberger
Social?Role Valorization
A Proposed New Term for the Principle of Normalization  

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