The International Handbook of Psychology
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© 2000 | 672 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
The International Handbook of Psychology is an authoritative resource covering all the main areas of psychological science and written by an outstanding set of authors from around the world.

The 31 chapters cover not only scientific but also applied cross-disciplinary aspects. Supervised by an International Editorial Advisory Board (IEAB) of 13 eminent psychologists and edited by Professors Kurt Pawlik and Mark R Rosenzweig, it is being published under the auspices of the International Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS) by SAGE Publications Ltd in London.

The International Handbook of Psychology will be invaluable to advanced undergraduates, graduate students and academics in psychology, and will also be of interest to students of education, sociology, political science, humanities, philosophy, informatics, cognitive sciences, neuroscience, legal sciences and criminology, and will serve as a general resource reference text, written at a level comparable to Scientific American.

`This impressive volume covers a tremendous amount of work. It is well organized: authors have generally kept to a standard brief. It is also truly international both in authorship and the origin of the work referenced. This will provide a very useful reference book for undergraduate and post-graduate students' - British Journal of Educational Psychology

 
PART A: FOUNDATIONS AND METHODS OF PSYCHOLOGY
Kurt Pawlik University of Hamburg, Germany and Mark R Rosenzweig University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA
Chapter 1: Psychological Science
Content, Methodology, History and Profession  
William K Estes Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA
Chapter 2: Basic Methods of Psychological Science
Vera Hoorens University of Leuven, Belgium and Ype H Poortinga Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands
Chapter 3: Behavior in the Social Context
Mark R Rosenzweig University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA and Keng Chen Liang National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, China
Chapter 4: Psychology in Biological Perspective
 
PART B: INFORMATION PROCESSING AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR
Gery d'Ydewalle University of Leuven, Belgium
Chapter 5: Sensation/Perception, Information Processing, Attention
Ruben Ardila, University of Colombia, Bogot[ac]a, Colombia
Chapter 6: Conditioning and Experimental Analysis of Behavior
Henry L Roediger and Michelle L Meade both at Washington University, St Louis, MO, USA
Chapter 7: Memory Processes
Federico Bermudez-Rattoni and Martha Escobar both at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México City, México
Chapter 8: Neurobiology of Learning
Pim Levelt Max-Planck Institute, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Chapter 9: Psychology of Language
Giyoo Hatano Keio University, Tokyo, Japan and Kayoko Inagaki College of Education, Chiba University, Japan
Chapter 10: Knowledge Acquisition and Use in Higher-Order Cognition
Peter M Gollwitzer and Juan Delius both at University of Konstanz, Germany and Gabriele Oettingen Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Germany
Chapter 11: Motivation
Nico H Frijda University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Chapter 12: Emotion
Carlo Umilt[gr]a University of Padova, Italy
Chapter 13: Consciousness and Conscious Experience
 
PART C: SOCIAL PROCESSES AND BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT
Heidi Keller University of Osnabr ck, Germany
Chapter 14: Developmental Psychology I
Pre-Natal to Adolescence  
Lea Pulkkinen University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Chapter 15: Developmental Psychology II
From Adolescence to Old Age  
Robert T Hogan University of Tulsa, OK, USA, David Lubinski Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA and Allan R Harkness University of Tulsa, OK, USA
Chapter 16: Personality and Individual Differences
Michael A Hogg University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Chapter 17: Social Processes and Human Behavior
Social Psychology  
Cigdem Kagitsibasi Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey
Chapter 18: (Cross)-Cultural Psychology
Michael Corballis University of Auckland, New Zealand and Stephen E G Lea University of Exeter, UK
Chapter 19: Comparative-Evolutionary Psychology
 
PART D: APPLIED PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
Kurt Pawlik University of Hamburg, Germany, Houcan Zhang Beijing Normal University , China, Pierre Vrignaud INETOP/CNAM, Paris, France, Vladimir Roussalov Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia and Rocio Fernandez-Ballesteros Universidad Autónoma de
Chapter 20: Psychological Assessment and Testing
Kenneth J Sher and Tim Trull both at University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, USA
Chapter 21: Clinical Psychology I
Psychological Disorders: Description, Epidemiology, Etiology, and Prevention  
Peter E Nathan, Anne Helene Skinstad and Sara L Dolan all at University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA
Chapter 22: Clinical Psychology II
Psychological Treatments: Research and Practice  
Ralf Schwarzer Free University, Berlin, Germany and Benicio Guti[ac]errez-Do[ti]na San Jose, University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica
Chapter 23: Health Psychology
Robert L Burden University of Exeter, UK
Chapter 24: Psychology in Education and Instruction
Pieter Drenth Free University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands and Wang Zhong Ming Hangzhou University, China
Chapter 25: Work and Organizational Psychology
Jos[ac]e Prieto Complutense University of Madrid, Spain, Michel Sabourin University of Montreal, Canada, Lenore Walker Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA, Ignacio Aragon[ac]es Complutense University of Madrid, Spain and Maria Amerigo U
Chapter 26: Applied Social Psychology
Michael Wessells, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, VA, USA
Chapter 27: Contributions of Psychology to Peace and Non-Violent Conflict Resolution
Ingrid Lunt Institute of Education, London, UK
Chapter 28: Psychology as a Profession
 
PART E: PSYCHOLOGY IN TRANS-DISCIPLINARY CONTEXTS
Hank Stam University of Calgary, Canada
Chapter 29: Theoretical Psychology
Qicheng Jing Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
Chapter 30: International Psychology
Michel Denis LIMSI-CNRS, Paris, France
Chapter 31: Psychological Science in Cross-Disciplinary Contexts

`This is a fine text that will apeal to all of us, who in the words of our esteemed BPS President, Tommy MacKay see ourselves as "first a psychologist - 90 per cent; second a child psychologist working in the field of education - 10 per cent". It's good to be reminded of the big picture.. this provides a useful resource for a Service library' - Educational Psychology in Scotland


“The Handbook should be a valuable and sought-after tool for the acquisition of psychological knowledge and research. . . . It is highly recommended for acquisition by libraries in universities on a worldwide scale, especially those that offer degree programs in the discipline. The Handbook is well organized and informative. It can well serve both as a text and a resource book for students of psychology and the social sciences as well as for individuals in the general public, internationally, who are curious about psychological science.”  

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