2 edition of Cognition, personality and clinical psychology found in the catalog.
Cognition, personality and clinical psychology
Written in English
Symposium held at the University of Colorado.
|Statement||ed. by R.Jessor and S.Feshbach.|
|Series||Jossey-Bass behavioural science series|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||222|
Background. Director: Laboratory of Consciousness, Cognition, and Psychopathology. Editor and Editorial Boards: Inaugural and Current Editor, Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice; Consulting Editor, Journal of Abnormal Psychology; Consulting Editor, Clinical Psychological Science; North American Editor, Contemporary Hypnosis and Integrative Phone: () Dawes’ book is in the tradition of Zola’s J’ Accuse (), written at the time of the Dreyfus case: he is almost uncontrollably angry at the failings of clinical psychology, and at its preference for folklore and myth over scientific evidence; he knows the field could do much better, and he can’t understand why it doesn’t.
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