This impressive text guides the reader through the myriad of concepts and approaches used in the research and practice of psychology. Concepts, terms and definitions are grouped alphabetically under thematic chapters covering key topics such as aggression, pain, memory, perception, stress. Additionally, different pyschological perspectives are compared, academic and professional issues are discussed and applications to practice are illustrated throughout with up-to-date examples. The text is an invaluable and readily-accessible guide to a complex field for students and experienced health care professionals who are interested in learning more about the psychological aspects of health care.
|Publication date:||24th June 1998|
|Author:||Bridget Adams, Barbara Bromley|
|Categories:||Psychology, Public health & preventive medicine, Social research & statistics,|
BRIDGET ADAMS is Principal Lecturer in Psychology and Interpersonal Skills for Health Care at Buckinghamshire College. She is secretary of the Person Centred Art Therapy Association and chair of the Chilterns Art Group. BARBARA BROMLEY is Senior Lecturer at the University of Luton, teaching mental health nursing and psychology for nursing. Her clinical speciality is nursing people with acute mental health problems.More About Bridget Adams, Barbara Bromley