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Author Maddux, James E.

Title Social Processes in Clinical and Counseling Psychology [electronic resource] / edited by James E. Maddux, Cal D. Stoltenberg, Robert Rosenwein.

Published New York, NY : Springer New York, 1987.


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Physical description 1 online resource ( 1 illus.)
Contents Contents: Social Processes in Clinical and Counseling Psychology: Introduction and Orienting Assumptions -- Research Issues at the Social, Clinical, and Counseling Psychology Interface -- Social Support and Clinical Practice -- Self-Efficacy Theory and Research: Applications in Clinical and Counseling Psychology -- Counseling and Persuasion: Extrapolating the Elaboration Likelihood Model -- Interpersonal Change Processes in Therapeutic Interactions -- A Social Influence Approach to Counselor Supervision -- Depression, Nondepression, and Social Comparison Biases -- Self-Handicapping and Psychopathology: An Integration of Social and Clinical Perspectives -- A Self-Presentational Model for the Treatment of Social Anxieties -- Self-Perception Theory and Heterosocial Anxiety -- An Attributional Approach to Marital Dysfunction and Therapy -- Processes in Rehabilitation: A Social Psychological Analysis -- Future Directions -- Author Index -- Subject Index.
Summary This book applies social psychological theory and research to a number of issues and problems in clinical and counseling psychology. Numerous experts from social, clinical, and counseling psychology review current theory and research on the application of social psychology to psychotherapy, counseling, assessment, supervision, and psychopathology. Each chapter makes practical suggestions about working with clients. Social psychologists will gain a renewed appreciation for the practical and applied potential of their work. Clinical and counseling psychologists will come away with new perspectives that may change their interactions with clients and other aspects of their work.
Other author Stoltenberg, Cal D.
Rosenwein, Robert.
Subject Philosophy (General)
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781461387282 (electronic bk.)
1461387280 (electronic bk.)