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xi, 276 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
  • 1. Introducing the 2 x 4 Model 2. Clinical and Neuroscience Basis for the 2 x 4 Model 3. The Illness Dimension: Integrating Equal Focus on Both Mental Illness and Addictions 4. The Treatment Dimension: Vertical Binding of Diagnostics, Psychotherapies, Medications, and Communications 5. Diagnostics 6. Psychotherapeutics 7. Medications 8. Communications 9. Professional Team Composition and Physical Infrastructure 10. All Together Now: Vertical and Horizontal Binding in the Functioning 2 x 4 Model Clinic 11. Professional Training and Research in the 2 x 4 Model Clinic 12. Building 2 x 4 Model Clinics and Systems: Local to International.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498773058 20180409
Over a quarter century of studies have shown that addictions, mental illnesses, and their combinations (dual diagnoses) are pervasive in the general population. Meanwhile, emerging neuroscience is revealing that the neurodevelopmental basis of major mental illness and addiction diseases are tightly interconnected and often unified pathologies of the brain. This science calls into question the profound split between the addiction and mental health fields that define our fragmented research, professional training, and treatment delivery systems-a split that leaves most patients out of reach of adequate professional expertise and evidence-based standards of care. The 2 x 4 Model, as described in this translational textbook of Addiction Psychiatry, is the essential blueprint and operational manual for the fully integrated, expertly staffed, Dual Diagnosis clinic- a clinic that is maximally capable and efficient in treating the full spectrum of addictions, mental illness, and their comorbidities, through integration of psychotherapies and medications, by one team under one roof. Replication of 2 x 4 Model Clinics into a national system would allow widespread access to excellent, transparent standards of Addiction Psychiatry as a decisive measure against mass incarceration and the exploding health care crisis of untreated addictions, all while rebuilding brain health as a core public health, social and economic imperative of modern society.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498773058 20180409
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173 pages ; 24 cm
"In Abolishing the Concept of Mental Illness: Rethinking the Nature of Our Woes, Richard Hallam takes aim at the very concept of mental illness, and explores new ways of thinking about and responding to psychological distress. Though the concept of mental illness has infiltrated everyday language, academic research, and public policy-making, there is very little evidence that woes are caused by somatic dysfunction. This timely book rebuts arguments put forward to defend the illness myth and traces historical sources of the mind/body debate; the author discusses what it means in concrete clinical terms to consider mental illness as a metaphor, and presents a balanced overview of the past utility and current disadvantages of employing a medical illness metaphor against the backdrop of current UK clinical practice. Insightful and easy to read, Abolishing the Concept of Mental Illness will appeal to all professionals and academics working in clinical psychology, as well as psychotherapists and other mental health practitioners."-- Provided by publisher.
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xvi, 225 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • 1. How to Begin: An Introduction to the Book Kauth & Shipherd 2. Scientific and Cultural Perspectives on the Gender Binary Johnson 3. The Intersectionality of Minority Identities and Health Blosnich 4. Providing a Welcoming Clinic Environment Cochran, Reed, and Gleason 5. Supporting the Transgender Individual in Deciding their Pathway Hopwood 6. Preparing Clients for Hormone Therapy Firek & Sawan-Garcia 7. The High-Risk Client: Comorbid Conditions that Affect Care Sloan & Safer 8. Dialectical Behavior Therapy as a Treatment Option for Complex Cases of Gender Dysphoria Sloan & Berke 9. Pursuing Gender Transitioning Surgeries Schechter & Schechter 10. Adjunctive Interventions: Supportive Services for Gender Role Transitions Boedecker 11. Identity and Support Letters Keo-Meier, Ducheny, & Hendricks 12. Finding Additonal Resources Keig & Green 13. Sexual Health Among Transgender People Sheffield & Keuroghlian 14. Implementing a Transgender Care Policy in a Natioanl Healthcare System Shipherd, Kauth, & Brown.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781315390482 20180226
Adult Transgender Care provides an overview of transgender health and offers a comprehensive approach to training mental health professionals in transgender care. The book takes an interdisciplinary approach to transgender care, emphasizing the complementary contributions of psychiatry, psychology, and social work in providing transgender care within an integrated treatment team. Included in this text are overviews of how to conceptualize and provide treatment with complex and difficult clinical presentations and considerations for understanding how to address system-level challenges to treatment. Adult Transgender Care meets a unique need by providing detailed information, clinical interventions, case studies, and resources for mental health professionals on transgender care.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781315390482 20180226
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x, 302 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Acknowledgments vii Introduction. Involution 1 1. Intention 35 2. Intervention 89 3. Invitation 135 4. Invention 175 Epilogue. Indexicality 207 Notes 215 Bibliography 261 Index 289.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780822370208 20180129
In Authoring Autism Melanie Yergeau defines neurodivergence as an identity-neuroqueerness-rather than an impairment. Using a queer theory framework, Yergeau notes the stereotypes that deny autistic people their humanity and the chance to define themselves while also challenging cognitive studies scholarship and its reification of the neurological passivity of autistics. She also critiques early intensive behavioral interventions-which have much in common with gay conversion therapy-and questions the ableist privileging of intentionality and diplomacy in rhetorical traditions. Using storying as her method, she presents an alternative view of autistic rhetoricity by foregrounding the cunning rhetorical abilities of autistics and by framing autism as a narrative condition wherein autistics are the best-equipped people to define their experience. Contending that autism represents a queer way of being that simultaneously embraces and rejects the rhetorical, Yergeau shows how autistic people queer the lines of rhetoric, humanity, and agency. In so doing, she demonstrates how an autistic rhetoric requires the reconceptualization of rhetoric's very essence.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780822370208 20180129
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ix, 156 pages ; 24 cm.
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vii, 292 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm
  • Part I: The cerebral mystique. Eating the brain ; Humor me ; It's complicated ; Scanning for Godot ; Thinking, outside the box ; No brain is an island
  • Part II: The importance of being biological. Insiders and outsiders ; Beyond the broken brain ; Neurotechnology unbound ; What it's like to be in a vat.
"The brain sometimes seems like a physical embodiment of the soul--a mysterious seat of our personality, intellect, and emotions. The roots of this notion run deep in our culture: From ancient philosophical concepts to modern psychological analysis, we've been idealizing the brain's role for eons. But the soul-like qualities of the brain are often more myth than fact, and in emphasizing them, we limit our understanding of ourselves. As neurobiologist Alan Jasanoff reveals in [this book], the brain is an organ much like other organs, and it cannot be separated from the body of its surroundings. We don't live in a sensory deprivation chamber; our experience of the world is inextricably linked to our interactions with it, which is why blue colors make us happier and higher temperatures make us hot-tempered. And it's not just our external environment that matters--even microbes in our intestines affect our psychology. When we focus solely on the brain to explain our behavior, we overlook external factors than can lead to mental illness. We overestimate our ability to act with free will and judge people in court based on shoddy neuroscience. It's time to put the brain back into its worldly context. [This book] shows us that only by appreciating how brain, body, and environment collaborate will we be able to grasp the true nature of our humanity."--Jacket.
"To a 21st century human, the brain is the seat of all our powers. But the hyperbolic way we talk about the brain is more informed by a mystical conception of what the soul is than by scientific fact. From the confines of ancient philosophy to the duality inherent to Christianity, from the mysterious depths of psychoanalysis to today's tendency to compare the brain to a computer, our belief in a mind distinct from the body has tainted the way we think about gray matter (which, it turns out, is not even gray!). As the director of the MIT Center for Neurobiological Engineering reveals in The Biological Mind, this "cerebral mystique" has blinded us to the realities of the human body. We ignore the role of our body's chemistry and of our environment on our behavior, focusing solely on the brain-and thus dismiss crucial non-brain based cures. We overestimate the value of free will and place undue responsibility on individuals-which leads us to rely on shoddy neuroscience to convict people in court. And we believe that the brain is replicable, if only we recreate its networks correctly-and take the analogy so far as to affirm the human brain could exist in a computer. But a brain is not a soul: it is an organ and it cannot be separated from the body and its surroundings. Our brains do not act in isolation. For instance, the brain is influenced by the ambient shade of the light -- bluer colors make us happier. The climate also plays a role - higher temperatures make us more hot-tempered. The gut microbiome affects not only digestive functions but also psychological states like anxiety, stress, and depression. Whatever happens in our brain is the product of our physiology and environment, our history, and our society"-- Provided by publisher.
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xii, 333 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction - Brain Waves Then and Now Electrifying Brain Images Hans Berger's Long Path to the EEG Current in the Head Research Strategies of a Conservative Psychiatrist The Measure of Psychic Energy The Course to Current Amplified Oscillations Artefacts and Noise Invitation to Stockholm Electrotechniques of the Live Mind Cultural Currents 1918-1933 The Bioengineer and Psychodiagnostics Nerve Apparatus and Psychic Circuits Thought Rays and Radio-Telepathy Configurations of Electrotherapy in the Radio Age Poetics of New Objectivity in Brain Script The Experimentalization of Daily Life Terra nova: Contexts of Electroencephalographic Explorations Epistemic Resonances and Material Cultures Berger's Further Voyage through Brain Waves Local Appointment in Buch near Berlin Acknowledgment with British Understatement The Leap over the Pond The Matrix of the Waves Set to and Survey Much! On the Cultural Practice of a New Technology Dynamics of Standardization A Diagnostic Panopticon Under the Shock Spell The Electrical Brain at Auschwitz Designing, Tinkering, Thinking What's Hidden inside the EEG? Rapid Vibrations of Thought The Concert of Cerebral Currents A German Physiologist's Lofty Flights The Brain as a Cybernetic Machine Brain Theories out of the Model Building-Block Box Conclusion - Plea for an Open Epistemology.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472469441 20180319
In the history of brain research, the prospect of visualizing brain processes has continually awakened great expectations. In this study, Cornelius Borck focuses on a recording technique developed by the German physiologist Hans Berger to register electric brain currents; a technique that was expected to allow the brain to write in its own language, and which would reveal the way the brain worked. Borck traces the numerous contradictory interpretations of electroencephalography, from Berger's experiments and his publication of the first human EEG in 1929, to its international proliferation and consolidation as a clinical diagnostic method in the mid-twentieth century. Borck's thesis is that the language of the brain takes on specific contours depending on the local investigative cultures, from whose conflicting views emerged a new scientific object: the electric brain.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472469441 20180319
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xi, 241 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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xxii, 452 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • 1. Being a Clinical Psychologist 2. Becoming a Clinical Psychologist 3. Methods for Research and Evaluation 4. Ethical Decision Making 5. The Nature of Psychopathology 6. Overview of Assessment 7. Psychodiagnostic Assessment 8. Cognitive and Neuropsychological Assessment 9. Behavioral and Biological Assessment 10. The Process of Psychotherapy 11. Psychotherapies I 12. Psychotherapies II 13. Psychotherapy Outcome 14. Evidence-Based Therapy: Innovation or Quackery? 15. Child Clinical Psychology 16. Forensic Psychology 17. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine 18. Psychopharmacology 19. Current Trends and the Future of Clinical Psychology.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138683136 20180416
Clinical Psychology invites students to think like clinical psychologists and develop an integrated sense of how science, experience, ethical behavior, and intuition get woven into our professional identity. Built around typical psychologists and the problems they need to solve, it demonstrates that assessment is much more than testing, and explores how treatment rationales are tailored to the individual problems, histories, and environments of clients. Committed to training future professionals, this text navigates students through the career path of a clinical psychologist and provides guidance on evolving education and training models. The text uniquely portrays clinical psychology as a modern health care profession that bridges physical and mental health and takes a holistic stance. It treats therapy as a dynamic process that benefits from the cross-fertilization of a range of different approaches. It also provides an international perspective, describing similarities and differences between how clinical psychology is practiced in different countries and contexts. It recognizes that clinical psychology changes as health care systems change, and stresses that training models and practice patterns need to match these changes. This second edition has been fully revised and reflects DSM-5 and ICD-10-CM guidelines. New and enhanced features include: Additional description of the continuing integration of therapy approaches Additional evidence on how to make psychotherapy cost-effective Upgrades on self-help and web-based treatment An expanded chapter on psychopharmacology, offering more information on mechanisms Expanded in-text pedagogy, offering more vignettes, ongoing considerations, key terms, and thinking questions Powerpoint slides and links to recommended resources.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138683136 20180416
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xvii, 234 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Cognitive Behavioral Art Therapy explores the intersection of art therapy practices and principles within cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) theories and models. This timely new resource examines CBT theory as it relates to art therapy, and offers an argument for the inclusion of CBT within art therapy-based treatments. An analysis of the historical roots of both CBT and cognitive behavioral art therapy (CBAT) is presented along with current practices and a proposed model of implementation. Also included are case studies to enhance this in-depth exploration of a largely unexamined perspective within the arts therapies.
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viii, 117 pages ; 24 cm.
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xxiv, 291 pages ; 24 cm
  • INTRODUCTION: MOMENTS OF WAKING AND RECKONING: "Now what do I do?" SECTION 1: TAKING A STAND CHAPTER 1: WHETHER TO SPEAK UP OR LET THINGS BE (Richard Tuch) with commentary by Fred Busch and James L. Fosshage CHAPTER 2: VENTURING ON TO THIN ICE: TIPTOEING IN THE WAKE OF EMPATHIC FAILURES (Lynn S. Kuttnauer) with commentary by Rosemary H. Balsam and Rachel Blass CHAPTER 3: "IF YOU KEEP TALKING TO ME THIS WAY, I AM GOING TO QUIT!" (YOU TALK . . . I WALK) (Robert James Perkins) with commentary by Robert Michels and Irma Brenman Pick SECTION 2: COUNTERTRANSFERENCE ENACTMENTS CHAPTER 4: COUNTERTRANSFERENCE ENACTMENTS-THREE TIMES OVER (Jill Model Barth) with commentary by Salman Akhtar and Anne Alvarez CHAPTER 5: FEELING MISUNDERSTOOD BILATERALLY (Susan L. Orbach) with commentary by Andrea Celenza and Donnel Stern SECTION 3: WHAT PATIENTS WANT-- WHAT THERAPISTS CAN PROVIDE CHAPTER 6: PATIENT AS BEAN COUNTER (Rina Freedman) with commentary by Robert Glick and Judy Kantrowitz CHAPTER 7: WITHSTANDING THE PATIENT'S DEMAND FOR ANSWERS (Janet K. Smith) with commentary by Jay Greenberg, Albert Mason and Dominque Scarfone CHAPTER 8: TO ATTEND OR NOT TO ATTEND THE EXHIBIT? (Nancy Kulish) with commentary by Morris Eagle and Joseph Lichtenberg SECTION 4: HAVING IMPACT-THE BALANCING OF POWER CHAPTER 9: HOW FAR DO WE ENTER INTO A CHILD'S FANTASY WHEN WE PLAY? (Bernadette Kovach) with commentary by Susan Donner and Alan Sugarman CHAPTER 10: A SHOCKING REVELATION (Deborah Harms) with commentary by Stefano Bolognini and Mitchell Wilson CHAPTER 11: CONSIDERING THIRD PARTIES: THE QUESTION OF ALLEGIANCE (Michele Gomes) with commentary by Edgar Levenson and Nancy McWilliams CHAPTER 12: WORRIED SICK ABOUT A PATIENT (Richard Tuch) with commentary by Darlene Ehrenberg and Ted Jacobs.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138079847 20180423
From time to time therapists find themselves in a bind-faced with a challenging situation, unsure how to proceed. Such a conundrum leaves the therapist on edge, concerned that the success of treatment might rest on how he or she responds to the circumstance. The situation seems to call for more than pat clinical protocol, leaving the therapist uncertain as he or she ventures into novel territory wondering "what do I do now?" Conundrums and Predicaments in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis: The Clinical Moments Project comprises twelve distinct clinical moments during which the treating/presenting analyst feels him- or herself in just such a quandary. The presented moment comes to a head at a point where the therapist feels uncertain what his or her next and best "move" might be-one that balances the protection of the therapeutic alliance with the need to address a clinical development head on. Space is then left for 25 well-known analysts ("commentators") of varying theoretical persuasions to weigh in, sharing what they think about the situation and how they imagine they might have proceeded. In the final analysis, the point of this project is not to determine how the moment "should" have been handled given the input of experts; rather, it aims to illuminate the clinical theories that therapists carry with them into sessions where they operate implicitly, directing their attention to select sorts of data that are then used to fashion an intervention. This, then, is the ultimate lesson of the Clinical Moments Project-to learn how to listen to how therapists listen to the unfolding material. This book will be of great interest to psychoanalysts and psychoanalytic psychotherapists of all persuasions.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138079847 20180423
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xvii, 135 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Foreword Dr Richard Greenwood, Series foreword Barbara A Wilson, Acknowledgments, Preface, The start of the (almost) end, The most exciting day of my life, My boring history, The Wellington hospital, A second childhood, The wheelchair and me, Standing on two feet, Understanding and feeling, The Bleakness, Clothes make the man, A birthday in hospital, A tilted point of view, The assault on self , End of an era, The national health service, The death of ambition, Other peoples' stories, The Oliver Zangwill Centre, The idealism of youth, The land of OZ, Perfectionism, The rainbow, The importance of semantics, The traumatic brain injury fraternity, A return to the institution, Writing, Excuses and choices, A constructive pastime, An (almost) new start, Epilogue, A little bit about the author, Index, References, Further reading.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138055650 20171017
Whilst preparing for his travel adventures into a world he had yet to explore, Christopher Yeoh was involved in a road traffic accident and experienced something few others would be "privileged" to witness. Eight days in a coma, more than a year in and out of hospital and a gradual re-introduction to the world of work. A Different Perspective After Brain Injury: A Tilted Point of View is written entirely by the survivor, providing an unusually introspective and critical personal account of life following a serious blow to the head. It charts the initial insult, early rehabilitation, development of understanding, the return of emotion, moments of triumph and regression into depression, the exercise of reframing how a brain injury is perceived and a return to work. It also describes the mental adjustments of awareness and acceptance alongside the physical recovery process. Readily accessible to the general public, this book will also be of particular interest to professionals involved in the care of people who have had significant brain injuries, brain injury survivors, their families and friends and also those who fund and organise health and social care. This unique author account will provide a degree of understanding of what living with a hidden disability is really like.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138055650 20171017
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xiii, 221 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Sports performance analysis research
  • Sports performance analysis research topics
  • Enterprise and development projects
  • The research proposal
  • Ethics
  • System development
  • Data gathering and analysis
  • Writing up the dissertation.
The research project or dissertation is a core component of any degree programme in the rapidly developing discipline of sport performance analysis. This highly practical and accessible book provides a complete step-by-step guide to doing a research project. Showcasing the very latest research methods, it covers the whole research process from identifying a research question and system development to data collection, data analysis and writing up the results. Introducing the fundamentals of project planning and management, this book highlights the importance of research ethics and explains the differences between successful undergraduate and postgraduate projects.
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xiii, 250 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
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xii, 178 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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xxiii, 526 pages ; 26 cm
  • An introduction to the science and practice of evidence-based psychotherapy : a framework for evaluation and a way forward / Daniel David, Steven J. Lynn and Guy H. Montgomery
  • Varieties of psychotherapies for major depressive disorder in adults : an evidence-based evaluation / Daniel David, Ioana A. Cristea and Aaron T. Beck
  • Evidence-based psychological interventions for bipolar disorder / Aurora Szentágotai-Tatar and Daniel David
  • Panic and phobias disorders / Barbara Depreeuw, Leigh A. Andrews, Sharon Eldar and Stefan G. Hofmann
  • Generalized anxiety disorder / Hanna McCabe-Bennett, Katie Fracalanza, and Martin M. Antony
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder / Lindsey M. Collins, Laura B. Bragdon and Meredith E. Coles
  • Evidence based practice for posttraumatic stress disorder / B. Christopher Frueh, Anouk L. Grubaugh, Alok Madan, Sandra Neer, Jon Elhai and Deborah C. Beidel
  • Evidence-based psychological interventions for eating disorders / Diana M. Cândea, Daniel David and Aurora Szentágotai-Tatar
  • Evidence-based treatment for alcohol use disorders : a review through the lens of the theory : efficacy matrix / James MacKillop, Monika Stojek, Lauren VanderBroek and Max Owens
  • Psychotherapeutic treatments for male and female sexual dysfunction disorders / Jessica C. Emanu, Isabelle Avildsen and Christian J. Nelson
  • The psychological treatment of psychopathy : theory and research / Lisa K. Hecht, Robert D. Latzman and Scott O. Lilienfeld
  • Borderline personality disorder / Lorie A. Ritschel, Colleen M. Cowperthwait, Lindsay M. Stewart and Noriel E. Lim
  • The treatment of dissociation : an evaluation of effectiveness and potential mechanisms / Reed Maxwell, Harald Merckelbach, Scott O. Lilienfeld and Steven Jay Lynn
  • Psychotherapy for schizophrenia-spectrum disorders / Stacy Ellenberg, Steven Jay Lynn and Gregory P. Strauss
  • Psychotherapy and autism spectrum disorder : conceptual and pragmatic challenges / Raymond G. Romanczyk, Rachel N.S. Cavalari and Jennifer M. Gillis
  • Varieties of psychotherapies for ADHD : an evidence-based evaluation / Anca Dobrean, Costina R. Păsărelu and Manfred Döpfner
  • Insomnia / Elisabeth Hertenstein, Bogdan Voinescu and Dieter Riemann
  • The scientific status of evidence-based psychotherapies : concluding thoughts / Daniel David, Steven J. Lynn and Guy H. Montgomery.
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xi, 153 pages ; 22 cm
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xiii, 156 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 26 cm
  • Preface Frank W. Stahnisch and Gul Russell Introduction: Forced Migration in the History of 20th century Neuroscience and Psychiatry Frank W. Stahnisch and Gul Russell 1. "History has taken such a large piece out of my life" - Neuroscientist refugees from Hamburg during National Socialism Lawrence A. Zeidman, Anna von Villiez, Jan-Patrick Stellmann and Hendrik van den Bussche 2. Between resentment and aid: German and Austrian psychiatrist and neurologist refugees in Great Britain since 1933 Aleksandra Loewenau 3. Emigrated neuroscientists from Berlin to North America Bernd Holdorff 4. Learning soft skills the hard way: Historiographical considerations on the cultural adjustment process of German-speaking emigre neuroscientists in Canada, 1933 to 1963 Frank W. Stahnisch 5. A variation on forced migration: Wilhelm Peters (Prussia via Britain to Turkey) and Muzafer Sherif (Turkey to the United States) Gul Russell 6. Eugenics ideals, racial hygiene, and the emigration process of German-American neurogeneticist Franz Josef Kallmann (1897-1965) Stephen Pow and Frank W. Stahnisch Commentary 7. Emigre scientists and the global turn in the history of science: A commentary on the volume `Forced Migration in the History of 20th century Neuroscience and Psychiatry' Delia Gavrus.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138733053 20180213
The forced migration of neuroscientists, both during and after the Second World War, is of growing interest to international scholars. Of particular interest is how the long-term migration of scientists and physicians has affected both the academic migrants and their receiving environments. As well as the clash between two different traditions and systems, this migration forced scientists and physicians to confront foreign institutional, political, and cultural frameworks when trying to establish their own ways of knowledge generation, systems of logic, and cultural mentalities. The twentieth century has been called the century of war and forced-migration, since it witnessed two devastating world wars, prompting a massive exodus that included many neuroscientists and psychiatrists. Fascism in Italy and Spain beginning in the 1920s, Nazism in Germany and Austria between the 1930s and 1940s, and the impact of the Soviet occupation of Eastern Europe all forced more than two thousand researchers with prior education in neurology, psychiatry, and the basic brain research disciplines to leave their scientific and academic home institutions. This edited volume, comprising of eight chapters written by international specialists, reflects on the complex dimensions of intellectual migration in the neurosciences and illustrates them by using relevant case studies, biographies, and historical surveys. This book was originally published as a special issue of the Journal of the History of the Neurosciences.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138733053 20180213
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xvi, 142 pages ; 21 cm
  • Table of Contents 1 INDIAN CONDITION 2 HEART BERRIES 3 INDIAN SICK 4 IN A PECAN FIELD 5 YOUR BLACK EYE AND MY BIRTH 6 I KNOW I'LL GO 7 LITTLE MOUNTAIN WOMAN 8 THE LEAVING DEFICIT 9 THUNDER BEING HONEY BEAR 10 INDIAN CONDITION 11 BETTER PARTS.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781619023345 20180312
Guileless and refreshingly honest, Terese Mailhot's debut memoir chronicles her struggle to balance the beauty of her Native heritage with the often desperate and chaotic reality of life on the reservation.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781619023345 20180312
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