With more than 1300 entries, this edition is comprehensive and user-friendly. With cross-referencing to related entries, it includes many additional entries and entries from peripheral fields, such as Babinski reflex, Doppler effect, Little Albert and Murphy's Law.
2,400 entries cover terms and concepts from a wide varitey of fields, clearly and simply explained. An invaluable source of reference for all those involved with mentally handicapped people in any capacity.
The dictionary will contain approximately 2,000 terms covering the origination, development, and evolution of various psychological concepts, as well as the historical definition, analysis, and criticisms of psychological concepts.
With its comprehensive yet succinct entries, arranged alphabetically, this dictionary will be a valuable reference tool for libraries and researchers at all levels in psychology, neuroscience, and philosophy, who are investigating consciousness, cognition, perception, and attention.
This is the first historical dictionary of psychiatry. It covers the subject from autism to Vienna, and includes the key concepts, individuals, places, and institutions that have shaped the evolution of psychiatry and the neurosciences.