The Dictionary of Psychology

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Psychology Press, 1999 - Psychology - 1156 pages
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With more than three times as many defined entries, biographies, illustrations, and appendices than any other dictionary of psychology ever printed in the English language, "The Dictionary of Psychology" is a landmark resource. The most comprehensive, up-to-date reference of its kind, the "Dictionary" also maintains a user-friendliness throughout. This combination ensures that it will serve as the definitive work for years to come. With a clear and functional design and written in a highly readable style, the "Dictionary" offers over 30,000 entries (including interdisciplinary terms and contemporary slang), more than 125 illustrations, as well as extensive cross-referencing of entries.

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Raymond J. Corsini was a prison psychologist for fifteen years, an industrial psychologist for ten years, and had a private practice of psychotherapy and counseling for thirty years. He taught at numerous universities including the University of Chicago, Illinois Institute of Technology, and the University of California at Berkeley. He is the author of over sixty books including "Current Psychotherapies", "Case Studies in Psychotherapy", and "Handbook of Innovative Therapy".

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