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The broad nature of research in psychology is reflected in Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s extensive and varied list of some of the best psychology books, which offer titles of interest to researchers, teachers, practitioners and historians. Both single-authored monographs and edited collections from leading academic conferences present diverse insights from contributors world-wide.  With a particular strength in applied psychology, the Cambridge Scholars Publishing portfolio also spans wider topics including cognitive psychology, psychoanalysis, and social and criminal psychology.

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Atlas of Neurometabolic Disorders

Neurometabolic disorders are hereditary diseases of which neurological manifestations are a prominent sign. Because some neurometabolic diseases are treatable, early detection and early intervention in patients are essential. Children without early diagnosis and treatment suffer recurrent episodes of lethargy and loss of consciousn...

A Neoclassical Realist Approach to Turkey under JDP Rule

This book addresses the shift in Turkish foreign policy in the post-Cold War era from a neoclassical realist point of view. In its analysis of Turkey’s pursuit of ‘an activist grand strategy’, it focuses on the interplay between international and domestic factors. It puts forth its argument through analysis of Turkey’s bilateral re...

Intercultural Mediation Counselling and Psychotherapy in Europe

This collection of essays highlights theories and several of the excellent practices that are currently taking place in many European countries which integrate intercultural, multicultural and transcultural approaches as part of its education, health and mental health services. The book details numerous projects that are currently ...

The Importance of Becoming a Medical Educator

It is often assumed that healthcare professionals are effective medical educators simply because they have completed the required courses leading to their degrees. As such, they are rarely provided with the ongoing support needed to become consistently effective medical teachers.Developing effective medical teachers is a complex ta...

The Rhetoric and Symbolism of Forms in Romantic Music

This book explores the contribution of the symbolic aspects of musical forms and structures to rhetoric and argumentation during the Romantic period. While there are several studies on this topic dedicated to the Baroque era, there are much fewer contributions on the Romantic period. This book shows that the aesthetics of Romantic ...

Crises in Intellectual Disability

This book examines a number of critical areas within the intellectual disability field. These areas include the workforce crisis, the long-term pattern of systematic underfunding, complex regulatory and funding issues, and waiting lists. The text notes that, while the United States has made significant progress in improving the liv...

The Acquisition of Tense and Agreement

This book presents research on the acquisition of Tense and Agreement in Spanish and Catalan, describing the different theoretical explanations of this process. Its theory is drawn from the Minimalism Program, which proposes Universal Principles for all languages and the existence of parameters that can take different values in par...

Psychosocial Explorations of Gender in Society

The field of gender psychology is often dominated by work focusing on women. However, this book, adopting a psychological perspective, explores the various shades of gender, moving beyond its traditional binary division. The empirical research here provides insight into the significance of gender roles and identities in various sph...

Patterns of Social Exclusion in Watershed Development in India

This book explores the exclusion of community groups from the perspective of people’s equal opportunities and equal access to newly generated economic benefits, tracing the factors determining their denial and exclusion. Paying specific attention to watershed development projects, it considers the detailed processes involved in the...

A New Approach to Mindfulness

Offering a new and innovative approach to mindfulness using short stories and written for both individuals and groups, this book encourages readers to examine their lives, past, present and future. The 100 stories provided here, written in 25 quartets, ascend from the ‘Base Camp’ of self-awareness, through the various levels of the...

Becoming Scientific

What does it mean to be ‘sciencey’? Why do some people of all ages engage avidly with space and astronauts, birds and butterflies, chemicals and equations, while others detest and ‘hate’ the very ideas? This book develops in-depth analyses of the ‘science identities’ of very different people—young and old of diverse backgrounds—in ...

Perspectives on Synchronicity, Inspiration, and the Soul

This book explores the notion of the human psyche (‘soul’) and its continuing usefulness in the background of the ongoing and always accelerating techno-scientific revolution. The main argument here follows the assumption that this revolution, while not necessarily being a threat to humankind, is often blind or ignorant as to its s...
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