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  • 15 May 2024
    Alan E. Kazdin

    Research Design

    To the public at large, scientific “facts” constantly seem to change. Some of these changes are dramatic. When I was a child there were nine planets in our solar system. However, a child born today will learn there are eight, but maybe one more lurking very far away. Additionally, scientific research once suggested foods such […]

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  • 29 Nov 2023
    Adam Polnay, Rhiannon Pugh

    (Re)discovering the Basics of Therapy: A Continuing Process for Psychotherapists

    As clinicians involved in training and supervision, we have observed in others and ourselves how starting psychotherapy with a patient is often anxiety-provoking for both parties. This experience may leave new therapists in particular feeling de-skilled. Learning a new style of working can add to a feeling of being at sea. It is perfectly understandable […]

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  • 2 Aug 2023
    Kenneth Carter

    Q&A with Psychopathology Author

    Kenneth Carter, PhD, talks about student involvement in the writing process of his book, Psychopathology Dr. Ken Carter, author of Psychopathology, sat down with Cambridge University Press marketing associate, Victoria Wenke, to discuss the building of his textbook and the unique involvement of his students in the development of the book. Q&A Victoria Wenke: Hello […]

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  • 30 Jun 2023
    Adam Polnay

    The tone that makes the music: Psychodynamics of Listening with Intent

    When a therapist listens to a patient in psychotherapy, this is a bit like listening to music. With music, we listen to musical notes but also to the tone, rhythm, the themes that emerge, the changes in mood, and the silences. Furthermore, even with songs in a foreign language when we don’t understand the words […]

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  • 24 Aug 2020

    Social Factors in the Personality Disorders: Finding a Niche

    Everyone has a personality. This term describes individual differences in behavior, emotion, and thought that make each person unique. Yet however different they are, most people find a niche in the world that suits their traits. Not everyone succeeds. Community studies suggest that about one in ten have a diagnosable personality disorder (PD). That term […]

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