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The following books have been received from publishers and are under consideration for review in the Journal of Psychology and Theology. Listing of a volume does not necessarily imply that it will be reviewed. Readers with appropriate academic and professional background who are interested in joining the panel of book reviewers are encouraged to correspond with the editor, enclosing a copy of their current professional curriculum vitae.

ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL: INTEGRATION OF PSYCHOLOGY AND THEOLOGY

Levin, J., & Koening, H. G. (2005). Faith, medicine, and science: A festschrift in honor of D. David B. Larson. Binghampton, NY: Haworth Press, Inc. Paper. xxvi+321 pp. $34.95. ISBN. 0-7890-1872-1.

Balswick, J. O., King, P. E., & Reimer, K.S. (2005). The reciprocating self: Human development in theological perspective. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press. Paper. 334 pp. $24. ISBN. 0-8308-2793-5.

Green, J. B., & Palmer, S. L. (2005) In search of the soul: Four views of the mind-body problem. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press. Paper. 264 pp. $19. ISBN. 0-8308-2773-0.

Hood, R. W., Hill, P. C., & Williamson, W. P. (2005). The psychology of religious fundamentalism. New York, NY: Guilford Publications. Cloth. 247 pp. $35. ISBN. 1-59385-150-2.

Whitehouse, H., & McCavley, R. N. (2005) Mind and religion: Psychological and cognitive foundations of religion. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. Paper. 248 pp. $32.95. ISBN. 0-75910619-3.

ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL: PSYCHOLOGY AND RELATED DISCIPLINES

Potter-Efron, R. T. (2005) Handbook of anger management: Group, individual, couple, and family approaches. Binghamton, NY: Hawthorne Press. Paper xvii+282 pp. $29.95. ISBN. 0-7890-2455-1.

Summers, F. (2005) Self-creation: Psychoanalytic therapy and the art of the possible. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press. Paper. 304 pp. $39.95. ISBN. 0-88163-396-8.

Jaffe, L. (2004). The technique & practice of psychoanalysis, vol. III: The training seminars of Ralph Greenson, M.D. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc. Hardcover. 249 pp. $44.95. ISBN. 0-8236-6423-6.

Sherman, E. (2005). Notes from the margins: The gay analyst's subjectivity in the treatment setting. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press. …

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