The Family Mental Health EncyclopediaBook - 1989
This convenient reference defines important mental health terms in clear English, supported by illustrative examples. Over 700 subject entries, varying in length from a single paragraph to a short article, cover modern psychological and psychiatric concepts and terminology. Includes name entries, with emphasis on important teachings, not biographical aspects. Almost every entry ends with cross-references leading to relevant collateral information to help put each psychological concept in context. An index of authorities appears at the back of the Encyclopedia , which guides the reader to ideas and discoveries of contributors in the field of mental health.
Publisher: New York : Wiley, c1989
Characteristics: ix, 422 p. ; 24 cm