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  1. Draw Me A Picture: The Meaning of Children's Drawings and Play from the Perspective of Analytical Psychology by Theresa Foks-Appelman, 2007-04-03
  2. Children: The Challenge : The Classic Work on Improving Parent-Child Relations--Intelligent, Humane & Eminently Practical (Plume) by Rudolf Dreikurs, Vicki Soltz, 1991-12-26
  3. A Child's View of Grief: A Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors by Alan D. Wolfelt PhD, 2004-04-01
  4. Abnormal Child Psychology: A Developmental Perspective by Linda Wilmshurst, 2008-08-29
  5. Child Behavior: The Classic Child Care Manual from the Gesell Institute of Human Development by Frances L. Ilg, Louise Bates Ames, et all 1992-02-26
  6. Case Studies in Child and Adolescent Counseling (3rd Edition) by Larry Golden, 2001-06-23
  7. Children's Literacy Development (Texts in Development Psychology Series) by Catherine McBride-Chang, 2004-03-05
  8. Building Emotional Intelligence: Techniques to Cultivate Inner Strength in Children by Linda Lantieri, Daniel Goleman, 2008-04-01
  9. Psychotherapy with Infants and Young Children: Repairing the Effects of Stress and Trauma on Early Attachment by Alicia F. Lieberman Phd, Patricia Van Horn Phd, 2008-04-08
  10. Relational Child Psychotherapy
  11. Psychology of Learning for Instruction (3rd Edition) by Marcy P. Driscoll, 2004-08-13
  12. Understanding Children's Development (Basic Psychology) by Peter Smith, Helen Cowie, et all 2003-04-18
  13. Helping Children Cope with the Death of a Parent: A Guide for the First Year (Contemporary Psychology) by Paddy Greenwall Lewis, Jessica G. Lippman, 2008-10-30
  14. Children's Dreams: Notes from the Seminar Given in 1936-1940 (Jung Seminars) by C. G. Jung, 2010-09-12

81. Psychology Journals And Resources For Colleges, Teachers And Their Students.
Cortex; Chemical Senses; Child Development; child psychology and PsychiatryReview; Clinical Psychology Science and Practice; Cognitive
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82. Doi:10.1036/0070284695 Child Psychology (McGraw-Hill)
about this book. child psychology Author(s) Hetherington, E. Mavis,Parke, Ross D, and Locke, Virginia Otis DOI 10.1036/0070284695.
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83. G.K. Chesterton The Philosopher
The Approach To Thomism. child psychology and Nonsense. On ThoughtlessRemarks. Philosophy for the Schoolroom. The Philosophy of Islands.
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“Philosophy is not the concern of those who pass though Divinity and Greats, but of those who pass through birth and death. Nearly all the more awful and abstruse statements can be put in words of one syllable, from ‘A child is born’ to ‘A soul is damned.’ If the ordinary man may not discuss existence, why should he be asked to conduct it?”
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84. Psychology - Amy Feld, PsyD
Information for parents, teenagers, children and professionals on subjects relating to child and adolescent psychology, school violence, and divorce.
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85. Facts About Homosexuality And Child Molestation
Scientific research does not provide any evidence that gay men or lesbians are any more likely than heterosexuals to molest children.
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Members of disliked minority groups are often stereotyped as representing a danger to the majority society's most vulnerable members. Historically, Black men in the United States were often falsely accused of raping White women, and commonly lynched as a result. Jews in the Middle Ages were accused of murdering Christian babies in ritual sacrifices. In a similar fashion, gay people have often been portrayed as a threat to children. When Anita Bryant campaigned successfully in 1977 to repeal a Dade County (FL) ordinance prohibiting anti-gay discrimination, she named her organization "Save Our Children," and warned that "a particularly deviant-minded [gay] teacher could sexually molest children" (Bryant, 1977, p. 114). [ Bibliographic references are on a different web page In recent years, antigay activists have routinely asserted that gay people are child molesters. This argument has often been raised in debates about the Boy Scouts of America's policy to exclude gay scouts and scoutmasters. It has also been raised in connection with recent scandals about the Catholic church's attempts to cover up the abuse of young males by priests. Indeed, the Vatican's early response to the 2002 revelations of widespread Church cover-ups of sexual abuse by priests was to declare that gay men should not be ordained.

86. Mental Help Net - Child & Adolescent Development
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87. The Journal Of Credibility Assessment And Witness Psychology
Sometime freeaccess electronic journal. Articles on lie detection, suggestibility of child witnesses, and false confessions.
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Keywords: Credibility Assessment, Detection of Deception, Polygraph, Lie Detection, Investigation of Child Sexual Abuse, Malingering, Statement Analysis
The Journal of Credibility Assessment and Witness Psychology JCAAWP ) is a new scientific journal [the fist issue was published on 9 February 1997] that exists primarily on the World Wide Web. JCAAWP publishes original empirical, review, and theoretical work in all areas of the scientific study of credibility assessment and witness psychology. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • Psychophysiological Credibility Assessment Statement Analysis Malingering Interviewing Techniques and Processes Eyewitness Memory Traumatic Memory Child Witness Issues Confession Phenomena and Interrogation Legal Issues Related to All of These Topics
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88. Issues In Child Abuse Accusations
Table of contents of back issues of this multidisciplinary journal, which represents disciplines including law, law enforcement, psychology, psychiatry, sociology, social work, medicine, history, and theology.
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Issues In Child Abuse Accusations (ISSN 1043-8823) is a multidisciplinary journal presenting scholarship from disciplines such as law, law enforcement, psychology, psychiatry, sociology, social work, medicine, history, and theology. Its goal is to advance our care for children through pointing to the mistakes of the rush to solve the problem of child abuse, sharing demonstrated facts about the reality of abuse, and discussing new ways for professionals to respond to accusations, victims, perpetrators and those accused. Issues In Child Abuse Accusations has been in publication since 1989.
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89. Q & A: Health And Spirituality: Ouija Board, Devil And Special Prayer...
Letter sent in to the magazine discussing a child who used a channeling board. The church later told her that she needed a special prayer to heal from the effects of the board.

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My daughter came to me the other night in tears. She said that, at an overnight party, she had fooled around with a Ouija board. She said that someone at church told her that she had allowed the devil into her life and would now have problems unless she undergoes some sort of special prayer. What is she talking about? What can I do to help her?
There are indeed some groups within various religions who belief that Ouija boards are evil and therefore subject people to various forms of prayer, some of which can be quite traumatic. You might instead consider the following: Ask your daughter what, if anything, she "asked" the Ouija board since "answers" can sometimes be disturbing and frightening.

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This selfpaced online class is divided into six sections covering topics such as how to define self-defense (including information on statistics, weapons of self confidence and awareness, the psychology of self-defense, strategies, and street smarts). Other topics this course will cover deal with general safety tips, child safety, stalking behavior, safe surfing on the internet, and other self defense techniques.
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91. Spiritual Psychology And Counseling, Psychology Of The Soul
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93. The Whole Child - Diagnostic And Treatment Services From Screenings To Complete
Evaluation and treatment of medical, behavioral and educational disabilities by professionals in the areas of speech and language pathology, special education, learning disabilities, behavior, psychology and neurology.
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94. PD Indexing
Freelancer offering indexing services to publishers, authors and organizations. Broad range of subjects covered including psychology, child development, and information science.

95. Vanderbilt Center For Mental Health Policy
The focus of the Center is on child, adolescent and family mental health services research. There are sixteen senior investigators engaged at the Center on mental health issues working in multidisciplinary teams; they represent the specialties of psychiatry, psychology, sociology, economics, policy analysis, pediatrics, and statistics.
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Fax: (615) 322-7049 The Center for Mental Health Policy is housed in the Vanderbilt Institute for Public Policy Studies of Vanderbilt University. Dr. Leonard Bickman has led the Center since its inception in 1986. The focus of the Center is on child, adolescent and family mental health services research. There are sixteen senior investigators engaged at the Center on mental health issues working in multidisciplinary teams, representing the specialties of psychiatry, psychology, sociology, economics, policy analysis, pediatrics, and statistics. In addition to having space in the VIPPS building, the Center also maintains an office in Washington, D.C.

96. The Online Home For Mental Health Professionals
Comprehensive database of journals from child and clinical psychology to psychiatry and psychoanalysis.

97. Psyche Matters: A Psychology And Psychoanalytic Resource Guide
Online papers and bibliographies, discussion group. Resources include Psychoanalysis, Jung, psychology, Counseling, Education, Myth, Philosophy, Spirituality, Infant/child Mental Health, and Group Therapy.
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98. The National Home Study College
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99. James Mark Baldwin: Mental Development In The Child And The Race: Table Of Conte
Mental Development in the child and the Race. Represents a pioneer effort to present a picture of the social nature of the self and the manner of its growth, by one of the founders of American psychology. Full text online.
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Editors' Notes : Baldwin's Mental Development is a central text in the development of social psychology in North America and recently has re-emerged as a primary source in artificial intelligence, being part of the set of Baldwin publications documenting what is now known as " the Baldwin effect. " Unfortunately, we have not been able to obtain a usable copy of the 1895 edition and have had to rely on a reprint of the third edition. Intervening years introduced some changes and references in the 1890s documents will not always be relevant to this version. In his introduction to the reprint, Vahan Sewny wrote: The book is often referenced as a predecessor to Mead's analysis of the development of the self. Following Royce, Baldwin had argued for a development process, a stepwise bootstrapping into selfhood, ideas similar to those later expounded by Mead. Also, Baldwin argues for the co-emergence of concepts of self and other, of ego and alter , ideas that would also be developed more fully by Cooley and Mead.

100. Voicelessness And Emotional Survival
Includes Giving Your child Voice The 3 Rules of Parenting written by psychologist, Richard Grossman, Ph.D. Site also contains essays on other topics in psychology.
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"If I asked you what children need in order to be psychologically healthy, you would probably answer: love and attention. Of course, you would be rightlove and attention are essential for every child. But, there is a third psychological need critical to the emotional well-being of children: "voice." What is "voice"? It is the sense of agency that makes a child confident that he or she will be heard, and that he or she will positively impact his or her environment. With this sense of agency comes the implicit belief that one's core has value. Exceptional parents grant a child a voice equal to theirs the day that child is born. And they respect that voice as much as they respect their own. How does a parent provide this gift? By following three "rules:"
  • Assume that what your child has to say about the world is just as important as what you have to say. Assume that you can learn as much from them as they can from you. Enter their world through play, activities, discussions: don't require them to enter yours in order to make contact." (From
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