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Mindfulness-Based Intervention in School Psychology

/ 10.1007/s40688-017-0141-2. Bishop , S. R. , Lau , M. , Shapiro , S. , Carlson , L. , Anderson , N. D. , Carmody , J. , et al. ( 2004 ). Mindfulness: a proposed operational definition . Clinical Psychology ... of Wisconsin- Milwaukee , Milwaukee, WI , USA 1 Department of Educational Psychology, University of Utah , Salt Lake City, UT , USA 2 Department of Psychology, Louisiana State University , 236 Audubon

Opportunities and Challenges for the Emerging Field of Positive Emotion Regulation: A Commentary on the Special Edition on Positive Emotions and Cognitions in Clinical Psychology

The importance of developing a better understanding of positive emotion regulation in both healthy and clinical populations is now recognised. This special edition brings together leading figures in ... psychology movement emerged as a counter-point to the pathological focus in classic clinical psychology. They argue that this has led to an unhelpful fractionation of the field, partly driven by market

Humanistic Psychology, Same-Sex Attraction, and Safe Spaces

In this paper, we explore the concept of a genuinely “safe space,” what it might mean, and how such a concept is usually understood in both the discipline of psychology and the larger culture ... E. Gantt, PhD, is currently associate professor of psychology at Brigham Young University and a visiting fellow of the Wheatley Institution. He received his doctorate degree in clinical psychology

Transparency of Outcome Reporting and Trial Registration of Randomized Controlled Trials Published in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology

reports. The Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (JCCP) is the primary trials journal amongst American Psychological Association (APA) journals. The objectives of this study were to review RCTs

"The way of man is not in himself": Reflections on Humanistic Psychology, Same-Sex Attraction, and Safe Spaces

, Psychology Commons, Religion Commons, and the Social 1 Brigham Young University Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/irp Recommended Citation - Article 6 “The way of man is ... not in himself ”: Reflections on Humanistic Psychology, Same-Se Attraction, and Safe Spaces Richard N. Williams The Wheatley Institution at BYU Richard N. Williams, PhD, received his PhD in

Bayesian inference for psychology. Part I: Theoretical advantages and practical ramifications

and testing for a range of popular statistical scenarios (Wagenmakers et al., this issue). Hypothesis test; Statistical evidence; Bayes factor; Posterior distribution - The psychology literature is ... rife with p values. In almost every published research article in psychology, substantive claims are supported by p values, preferably ones smaller than .05. For instance, the December 2014 issue of

The Integration of Research and Practice in Clinical Psychology

One of the most significant debates in clinical psychology in the past decade has been focused on evidence-based practices (Berke, Rozell, Hogan, Norcross, & Karpiak, 2011). This debate occurs in ... early history of psychology. Extending this empirical focus to clinical psychology, Trieweiler (2006) acknowledges the integration of research and practice as an original and defining goal of clinical

Virtual Reality Exposure in Clinical Psychology

Noonan (English 1102) Idisorders, but also in finding the most effective methods to treat them in order to help patients n clinical psychology, a strong focus is put towards not only diagnosing and ... Trial of In Virtuo and In Vivo Exposure for Spider Phobia." Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 13.6 ( 2010 ): 689 - 94 . Print. Riva , Gisueppe. "Virtual Environments in Clinical Psychology

Psychology and the Drug Addict

perception has been compared to that of prefrontal lobotomy.3 4 Morphine leaves traces in all body fluids, but the biggest excretion is in the urine. The clinical effects of morphine wear off within four ... proportions are at least reversed 63 Finally, large urban areas, particularly the slums of New York, Michigan, Illinois, and California have 62 Elkes, supra note 58, at 196. 63 See NOYES & KOLB, MODERN CLINICAL

Section Abstracts: Psychology

Abstracts of the Psychology Section for the 94th Annual Virginia Academy of Science Meeting, May 18-20, 2016, at University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, VA. ... . L.M. Howard, B.N. Haislip, & K.E. Heron, Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology and Old Dominion University, Norfolk VA 23529. Research suggests African American (AA) women experience less

Tolkien’s Sub-Creation and Secondary Worlds: Implications for a Robust Moral Psychology

notion at the heart of the psychoanalytic investigation considered above. Curiously enough, upon encountering such arguments within the fields of clinical psychology and psychotherapy, the confessional ... psychology. Moreover, this bridge will gradually become discernible as the analogy between two relationships: Reader-Author and Self-Other, or Neighbor, in Christian theological terms.1 In order to build this

Addictions—Clinical Psychology: A Modular Course

of all these theories. Given that this book is published by Psychology Press in a series of modular texts in clinical psychology, it is perhaps not surprising that it provides the reader with a great ... 0 MANDY JOHNSTONE Clinical Lecturer in Psychiatry, Ritson Clinic, Royal Edinburgh Hospital , Edinburgh EH10 5HF, UK The Author 2012. Medical Council on Alcohol and Oxford University Press. All

Learning the psychology of the tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon through on-line practice

Psychology undergraduates can benefit from direct experiences with laboratory procedures of psychological phenomena. However, they are not always available for students within a distance education ... education program. The present study included students from the Spanish National Distance Education University (UNED) that were to take part in a Basic Psychology examination session. They participated in web

Grief, Bereavement, and Positive Psychology

What does positive psychology have to offer people who are grieving? We explore this question in depth and consider how viewing bereavement and grief through the lens of positive psychology can help ... Psychology by an authorized administrator of Digital Commons @ Gardner-Webb University. For more information , please contact as Part of the Clinical Psychology Commons; and the Counseling Psychology Commons

Toward Theoretical Inclusiveness in Clinical Social Work

of Clinical Social Work.” (Thyer 2015). The title of his paper gets at the perennial question of social work: What defines us? Although Thyer agrees with the NASW's and Social Work Dictionary's ... emphasis on the role of clinical social work as addressing emotional and mental disorders, he rightly touches upon the vagueness of that definition with which our professions struggles. No one technique is

Tau Diagnostics and Clinical Studies

This short editorial provides our point of view of the first EURO TAU meeting focusing on tau diagnostics and clinical studies. We cover postmortem analyses toward the identification of new ... Neuroscience and Experimental Psychology, School of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health, University of Manchester , M13 9PT, Manchester , UK 1 Department of Neurology, Technische

Autism Spectrum Disorder: The Impact of Stressful and Traumatic Life Events and Implications for Clinical Practice

symptoms may intimate a shift in the way clinical social workers and other clinical practitioners conceptualize and approach work with this population to include trauma-focused assessment strategies and ... young adults with ASD: Findings from a systematic review . Clinical Psychology Review , 33 ( 8 ), 1197 - 1204 . https:// doi.org/10.1016/j.cpr. 2013 . 10 .003. Harvey , K. ( 2012 ). Trauma-informed

Psychosynthesis: A Foundational Bridge Between Psychology and Spirituality

Pastoral psychologists have long tried to establish a working model that encompasses the seemingly conflicting disciplines of science and religion. Psychosynthesis, a transpersonal psychology and ... personality, in which the psychological and spiritual perspectives can converge. This article explores psychosynthesis psychology and therapy as a theoretical framework for pastoral psychology. Although

Traditional and flipped classroom approaches delivered by two different teachers: the student perspective

introduced them to social and the other to clinical psychology. 81 students evaluated their experience on social psychology and 119 students on clinical psychology. Although all students had similar ... classroom approach to deliver social and clinical psychology respectively. Students from two groups (Group A: social psychology and Group B: clinical psychology) expressed their views on traditional and on

Introduction to the Special Topic Section: Jung and Transpersonal Psychology

Intro to Jung and Transpersonal Psychology University and sees psychotherapy clients as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in private practice (PSY 26445). He is Founding Director of the Depth ... , and the Transpersonal Psychology 1 John F. Kennedy University , Pleasant Hill, CA , USA 2 Jacob Kaminker John F. Kennedy University Pleasant Hill , CA , USA Follow this and additional works at: http