Canadian Psychology

This journal covers general mental health issues through news, research and practitioners.

Articles from Vol. 47, No. 1, February

Ask Not What Post-Secondary Education Can Do for Psychology; Ask What Psychology Can Do for Post-Secondary Education
AbstractAs psychologists we need to take the lead in reinventing post-secondary education. It is time to go beyond "just teaching"; we need to embrace the scholarship of teaching in order to transcend the research/teaching dichotomy. It is time to be...
Contemporary Intellectual Assessment, Theories, Tests and Issues, Second Edition
DAWN P. FLANAGAN and PATTI L. HARRISON (Eds.) Contemporary Intellectual Assessment, Theories, Tests and Issues, Second Edition New York: Guilford Publications, 2005, 657 pages (ISBN 1-59385-125-1, US$70.00 Hardcover)The three primary objectives of this...
Developmental Origins of Aggression
RICHARD E. TREMBLAY, WILLIAM W. HARTUP, and JOHN ARCHER (Eds.) Developmental Origins of Aggression New York: Guilford Publications, 2005, 488 pages (ISBN 1-59385-110-3, US$60.00 Hardcover)Violence has become a "hot" topic. Omnipresent in the daily media,...
Handbook of Behavioral and Emotional Problems in Girls
DEBORA J. BELL, SHARON L. FOSTER, and ERIC J. MASH (Eds.) Handbook of Behavioral and Emotional Problems in Girls New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2005, 538 pages (ISBN 0-306-48673-3, US$139.00 Hardcover)The principal aim of this book is to...
Preparing Psychology and Psychologists for New Health Care Markets
AbstractBecause our training models in Clinical Psychology have not kept pace with the rapid changes in the health care marketplace, we may be in danger of preparing psychologists for markets that no longer exist. The next generations of psychologists...
Preventing Violence in Relationships: Psychological Science Addressing Complex Social Issues
AbstractThis paper traces the development of a universal violence prevention initiative from its early roots in the dynamics of child abuse developmental psychopathology. My research has been devoted to preventing violence in relationships, including...
Psychology and Law: An Empirical Perspective
NEIL BREWER and KIPLING D. WILLIAMS (Eds.) Psychology and Law: An Empirical Perspective New York: Guilford Publications, 2005, 518 pages (ISBN 1-59385-122-7, US$60.00 Hardcover)This book deals with a wide array of topics selected from the fields of developmental,...
The Behavior of Animals: Mechanisms, Function and Evolution
JOHAN J. BOLHUIS and LUC-ALAIN GIRALDEAU The Behavior of Animals: Mechanisms, Function and Evolution Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2005, 536 pages (ISBN 0-631-23125-0, US$69.95 Paperback)Interest in the behaviour of animals dates at least to the ancient...
Trains of Neural Thought
AbstractThe neural implementation of concepts, as postulated by Hebb (1949), has become obsolete due to the advances in neuroscience during the last half-century, but the basic idea revolutionized psychology, and remains valuable. This paper charts changes...
WISC-IV: Clinical Use and Interpretation: Scientist-Practitioner Perspectives
AURELIO PRIFITERA, DONALD SAKLOFSKE, and LAWRENCEWEISS (Eds.) WISC-IV: Clinical Use and Interpretation: Scientist-Practitioner Perspectives San Diego, CA: Academic Press, 2005, 432 pages (ISBN 0-12-564931-2, US$59.95 Hardcover)The purpose of this book...
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