Progress in Brain Research, Volume 278, the latest release in this ongoing serial, highlights new advances in the field with this new volume presenting interesting chapters on Treatment Resistant Depression overview in Adult, Treatment Resistant Depression in Children and Adolescents, Treatment Resistant Depression in Elderly, Headache and Treatment Resistant Depression, Insomnia and Treatment Resistant Depression, Tinnitus and Treatment Resistant Depression, Genetics of Antidepressant Response and Treatment Resistant Depression, Neuroinflammation via Gut-Microbiota-Brain Axis in Treatment Resistant Depression, Molecular Imaging findings for Treatment Resistant Depression, and more. Additional sections cover Functional MRI markers for Treatment Resistant Depression: Insights and Current Challenges, Medication Strategies for Treatment Resistant Depression, Brain Stimulation for Treatment Resistant Depression, Electroconvulsive Therapy for Treatment Resistant Depression, Next Generation Antidepressants with Novel Mechanisms for Treatment Resistant Depression, Psychological aspects and Psychotherapy for Treatment Resistant Depression, and Psychiatric Rehabilitation for Treatment Resistant Depression.
Dan R. Chartier, Mary Blair Dellinger, James R. Evans + 1 more
June 27, 2023
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Introduction to Quantitative EEG and Neurofeedback, Third Edition offers a window into brain physiology and function via computer and statistical analyses, suggesting innovative approaches to the improvement of attention, anxiety, mood and behavior. Resources for understanding what QEEG and neurofeedback are, how they are used, and to what disorders and patients they can be applied are scarce, hence this volume serves as an ideal tool for clinical researchers and practicing clinicians. Sections cover advancements (including Microcurrent Electrical Stimulation, photobiomodulation), new applications (e.g. Asperger's, music therapy, LORETA, etc.), and combinations of prior approaches. New chapters on smart-phone technologies and mindfulness highlight their clinical relevance. Written by top scholars in the field, this book offers both the breadth needed for an introductory scholar and the depth desired by a clinical professional.
Handbook of Organizational Creativity: Individual and Group Level Influences, Second Edition covers creativity from many perspectives in two unique volumes, including artificial Intelligence work, creativity within specific applied domains (e.g., engineering, science, therapy), and coverage of leadership. The book includes individual, team and organizational level factors and includes organizational interventions to facilitate creativity (such as training). Chapters focus on creative abilities and creative problem-solving processes, along with individual differences such as motivation, affect and personality. New chapters include the neuroscience of creativity, creativity and meaning, morality/ethicality and creativity, and creative self-beliefs. Sections on group level phenomena examine team cognition, team social processes, team diversity, social networks, and multi-team systems and creativity. Final coverages includes different types and approaches to leadership, such as transformational leadership, ambidextrous leadership leader-follower relations, and more.
Handbook of Organizational Creativity: Leadership, Interventions, and Macro Level Issues, Second Edition covers creativity from many perspectives in two unique volumes, including artificial Intelligence work, creativity within specific applied domains (e.g., engineering, science, therapy), and coverage of leadership. The book includes individual, team and organizational level factors and includes organizational interventions to facilitate creativity (such as training). Chapters focus on creative abilities and creative problem-solving processes, along with individual differences such as motivation, affect and personality. New chapters include the neuroscience of creativity, creativity and meaning, morality/ethicality and creativity, and creative self-beliefs. Sections on group level phenomena examine team cognition, team social processes, team diversity, social networks, and multi-team systems and creativity. Final coverages includes different types and approaches to leadership, such as transformational leadership, ambidextrous leadership leader-follower relations, and more.
Statistics for Applied Behavior Analysis Practitioners and Researchers provides practical and useful content for individuals who work directly with, or supervise those who work directly with, individuals with ASD. This book introduces core concepts and principles of modern statistical analysis that practitioners will need to deliver ABA services. The organization of the book works through the flow of behavior analytic service provision, aiming to help practitioners read through research, evaluate intervention options, incorporate statistics in their analysis of time-series intervention and assessment data, and effectively communicate assessment and intervention effects using statistics. As professionals who provide applied behavior analysis (ABA) services are required to use evidence-based practices and make data-based decisions regarding assessments and interventions, this book will help them take a modern, scientific approach to derive knowledge and make decisions based on statistical literacy.
Encyclopedia of Mental Health, Third Edition, Three Volume Set brings together emerging trends and discoveries to paint a picture of mental health in the context of overall health and well-being. This new edition comprises 260 comprehensive chapters on topics like depression, schizophrenia, mood disorders, suicide, personality disorders, dementia, panic attacks, paranoia, somatization, conduct disorder, dissociative disorders, obsessive–compulsive disorder, Alzheimer’s disease, phobias, divorce, PTSD, burn-out, grief, as well as up-and-coming research findings on mental health topics in the wake of Covid-19. The book also includes therapies such as cognitive therapy, behaviorist, psychoanalytic, constructivist, exposure therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, narrative therapies, biofeedback, and more.Moreover, the encyclopedia explores links to behavioral medicine, health psychology and other aspects of physical health. Coverage of the validity of psychiatric diagnosis is also included, as are the positive aspects of mental health, including forgiveness, gratitude, happiness, hope, empathy, humor, awe, self-healing personalities, heroism, altruism, and growth.
Tal Dotan Ben-Soussan, Joseph Glicksohn and Narayanan Srinivasan
June 6, 2023
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Neurophysiology of Silence, Volume 277 in the Progress in Brain Research series, highlights new advances in the field, including chapters on Mindfulness, mind wandering and creativity, The cloud of unknowing: Cognitive dedifferentiation in whole-body perceptual deprivation, Embodying abstract concepts: the connection between meditation, empathy and introception, Measures of music-like experience emergent in a sonic ganzfeld: an example of perceptual structuring on the edge of silence, Doing out of silence: The effects of visual art on verbal creativity, Cessation experiences during meditation, The psychophysiology of covert behavior during goal directed behavior, and much more.
Neuroscience Without Representations: Building a Brain-in-a-World View describes a non-representational characterization of the brain that also provides an accounting on how humans can rely on symbolic systems and its conditions of application to deal with the representational requirements of human knowledge. Applying an evolutionary perspective to cognition, as well as assuming certain tenets from what is known as “4E cognition” (embodied, embedded, extended, and enactive cognition theories), this volume presents arguments to support a non-representational view of the brain while also outlining how non-representational brains can nevertheless be representationally knowledgeable. As both views in isolation have limitations, Dr. Vilarroya takes these ideas in a combined approach that is supported upon detailed analyses of compelling recent studies. Further, this presents a detailed guide on how to implement the alternative notion of neural representation in a research plan. Readers will gain a better understanding of the centrality of the notion of representation in neuroscientific theories and what it means for a brain to represent something, what makes a neural activity a representation, and what is represented.
Speaking, Writing and Communicating, Volume 78 in The Psychology of Learning and Motivation series, provides the latest release in this important resource that features empirical and theoretical contributions in cognitive and experimental psychology.
With the rapidly growing demand for mental health care there is a need for efficient and effective psychological treatment options. Low Intensity Psychological Therapy has become well established in the England Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme as a beneficial and versatile treatment option for mild-moderate symptoms of depression and anxiety. A Pragmatic Guide to Low Intensity Psychological Therapy: Care in High Volume, provides a guide to Low Intensity Psychological Therapy from the perspective of the Low Intensity Practitioner. This book describes the Low Intensity role as part of a multi-disciplinary approach to psychological care. The authors use a series of case vignettes, personal experience and current literature to help navigate the context of the role and its potential for ethical and safe expansion.