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TitleFrom Research to Clinical Practice [electronic resource] : The Implications of Social and Developmental Research for Psychotherapy / edited by George Stricker, Robert H. Keisner
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1985
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-4820-7
Descript XX, 475 p. online resource

SUMMARY

It is an intriguing feature of human experience that in our present world, amid thousands of indications of the effectiveness of the scientific method, so many of us persist in demonstrably illusory or magical beliefs whether religiously related or simply reflections of long-standing superstitions. At a time when millions can observe on television the first landings of human beings on the moon, when our daily lives in the so-called develยญ oped countries are replete with conveniences that reflect scientific advances, we still persist in daily wagers on the state lotteries, in paying astrologers or palmists for their readings, in investing thousands of dollars and hours of our legislators' time in discussing such issues as the value of daily prayer in the elementary schools. The emergence of modem medicine based increasingly on scientific research in chemistry, biology, and physics has considerably reduced people's resort to shaยญ mans and witch doctors within the major sectors of our own society, although it has by no means eliminated such practitioners


CONTENT

I. Basic Issues -- 1. The Relationship between Research and Practice -- 2. Research on Memory and Clinical Practice -- 3. Implications of Nonclinical Research for Mental Health Policy -- II. Social Psychology -- 4. The Leadership Literature and Its Relevance to Psychotherapy -- 5. Nonverbal Behavior Research and Psychotherapy -- 6. Aggression and Psychodynamic Therapy: From Theory to Practice -- 7. Attitude Change Theory, Research, and Clinical Practice -- 8. Social Stereotypes -- 9. Interpersonal Attraction -- 10. The Experience of Injustice: Social Psychological and Clinical Perspectives -- III. Developmental Psychology -- 11. Implications of Infant Development Research for Clinical Practice -- 12. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Research on Early Childhood Development -- 13. Normal and Pathological Gender-Role Development in Children -- 14. Adolescence for Clinicians -- 15. Midlife Change -- IV. Special Topics -- 16. Shielding: An Associative Organizer -- 17. Fantasy -- 18. Psycholinguistics and Psychopathology -- 19. Religious Experience and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy -- 20. Self-Fulfilling Prophecies in Psychodynamic Practice


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