The Encyclopedia of Human Behavior: Psychology, Psychiatry, and Mental Health; Vol. I-II
A "reading" encyclopedia of psychological principles, theories, and terms--defined, explained, and illustrated with case histories, drawings, and photographs.
The Encyclopedia of Human Behavior contains over 1,000 entries, arrange alphabetically, extensively cross-referenced, and made even more useful by a 4,000-entry index. It covers the whole spectrum of subjects pertaining to this complex and important field. Each article begins with a concise definition which establishes an immediate frame of reference. Specialized terms are briefly defined wherever they are used. Illustrative cases, drawn from authoritative sources, are included in 165 articles on psychiatric disorders, to give them a personal as well as clinical dimension.
Publisher: Doubleday & Company, New York
Publication Date: 1970
Edition: First Edition; First Printing.
Condition: Slipcase has moderate wear and fraying. Dust jackets have moderate wear and tear. Otherwise like new.
Robert M. Goldenson, Ph.D., has been a psychology professor at Hunter College in New York City, Educational Director for the Book of the Month Club, a psychotherapist, and a consultant at the Institute for Child Mental Health. Among his previously published books are Helping Your Child to Read Better, All About the Human Mind, and others.