Advances in Psychology Research. Volume 125

Alexandra M. Columbus (Editor)

Series: Advances in Psychology Research
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This book focuses on the latest developments in psychology research. In Chapter One, the author argues that teaching psychobiography as a method in universities would be very useful, and that similar idiographic methods are important in psychotherapy research. Chapter Two analyzes a comprehensive model for a possible new clinical condition called “studyholism.” Chapter Three studies student consumer behavior. Chapter Four examines the similarity of parents and teachers ratings on kindergarteners’ motor functioning with children’s actual motor tasks performances. Chapter Five reviews research advances in forensic assessment and therapeutic intervention, which are two of the most important areas of forensic psychology. Chapter Six explicates the challenges and ethical dilemmas in charting mental health information in electronic records. Chapter Seven examines how different internal and external markers of resiliency affect mental health outcomes after interpersonal violence; namely, posttraumatic stress, emotional dysregulation, and posttraumatic growth. Chapter Eight discusses current theoretical debates about differential diagnosis between bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder, considering the nature of their etiology, the convergence of their clinical features and the treatment implications. Chapter Nine presents three methods of calculating attention bias. Chapter Ten studies the role of consumer regret and cognitive load in online shopping.
(Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Studying Individuality: A Life History Approach in Clinical Practice, Personality Psychology and University Education
Zoltan Kovary

Chapter 2. Studyholism or Study Addiction? A Comprehensive Model for a Possible New Clinical Condition
Yura Loscalzo and Marco Giannini (University of Florence, School of Psychology, Department of Health Sciences, Florence, Italy)

Chapter 3. Student Consumer Behavior
Elisaveta Sardžoska (University "Ss Cyril and Methodius" – Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Psychology, Skopje, Macedonia)

Chapter 4. Fine and Gross Motor Development of Kindergarten Children Evaluated by Their Teachers and Parents
Livia Taverna, Marta Tremolada, Liliana Dozza, Francesca Sabattini, and Sabrina Bonichini (Faculty of Education, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy, and others)

Chapter 5. Advances in Forensic Psychology Research
Emily Greene-Colozzi and Elizabeth L. Jeglic (John Jay College, NY, USA)

Chapter 6. Docu-Challenge: Ethical Documentation in Electronic Health Records
Andrea W. Cochran (Carolinas HealthCare System, Charlotte, NC, USA)

Chapter 7. The Influence of Internal and External Markers of Resiliency on Mental Health Outcomes in Interpersonal Violence Survivors
Melanie D. Hetzel-Riggin (School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Erie, PA, USA)

Chapter 8. Affective Instability and Controversial Boundaries between Bipolar Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder
B. Gago, P. Sierra and L. Livianos (Department of Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology, University and Polytechnic Hospital La Fe, Valencia, Spain, and others)

Chapter 9. Three Methods of Calculating Attention Bias: Reflections on Studies Employing the Dot-Probe Methodology
Ma³gorzata Starzomska (Institute of Psychology, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw, Poland)

Chapter 10. I Shouldn’t Have Bought That: The Role of Consumer Regret and Cognitive Load in Online Shopping
Jisook Park, Jennifer M. Bonds Raacke and W. Trey Hill (Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS, USA)

Index

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