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Tests & Measurements
"This database is published by the American Psychological Association and provides bibliographic, plus full text and multimedia of psychological tests from the early 1900s to the present. Test records include descriptive summaries of the test and its development and administration, mostly drawn from articles in peer-reviewed journals or books, with downloadable tests. 75% of the test records contain the actual test or test items."
Measures for Clinical Practice and Research by
Call Number: Ref 150.287 .C793m 2013 v. 1
Publication Date: 2013-08-01
The library has volumes 1 and 2.
"This essential resource has dozens of new scales as well as updated information for existing instruments, expanding and cementing its utility for members of all the helping professions, including psychology, social work, psychiatry, counseling, nursing, and medicine".
Tests in Print IX by
Call Number: Ref 150.287 .T345 2016
Publication Date: 2016-06-01
"Testing required by professionals in diverse areas such as education, psychology, counseling, management, personnel, health care, career planning, sociology, child development, social science, and research".
The Cambridge Handbook of Play by
Call Number: Ref 649.5 .C1785 2019
Publication Date: 2018-11-15
"This comprehensive collection brings together multidisciplinary and developmental perspectives on the forms and functions of play in animals, children in different societies, and through the lifespan".
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM-5 by
Call Number: Ref 616.89075 .D536 2013
Publication Date: 2013-05-22
"This is the standard reference for clinical practice in the mental health field. Since a complete description of the underlying pathological processes is not possible for most mental disorders, it is important to emphasize that the current diagnostic criteria are the best available description of how mental disorders are expressed and can be recognized by trained clinicians. The classification of disorders is harmonized with the World Health Organization's International Classification of Diseases (ICD), the official coding system used in the United States. The disorders included in DSM-5 were reordered into a revised organizational structure meant to stimulate new clinical perspectives."
The Opioid Crisis by
Call Number: Ref 615.782 .N562o
Publication Date: 2018-07-11
"A comprehensive overview of opioid use throughout human history, current problems surrounding opioid abuse, and suggested approaches to solving these problems."
The Praeger Handbook of Community Mental Health Practice by
Call Number: Ref 362.2 .M2527p vol.1
Publication Date: 2013-02-20
The library has volumes 1, 2, and 3.
"This three volume set addresses the complexities of interconnectivity, therapeutic capacity, and the competencies needed in order to provide sophisticated and integrated community mental health care--both in the United States and within a global community".
Social Workers' Desk Reference by
Call Number: Ref 361.3 .S678 2015
Publication Date: 2015-05-18
"The social, psychological, and biological factors resulting from these issues determine the level of a person's mental health at any given point in time and it is necessary for social workers to continue to evolve an understanding of the rapidly changing field of social work."