Development of the Nervous System, 2nd ed. By Dan H Sans, Thomas A Reh, and William A Harris
The text follows a development pathway from neural primordium induction to emergence of behavior. It covers all major topics including nervous system patterning and growth, neuronal determination, axonal navigation and targeting, synapse formation and plasticity, and neuronal survival and death.
Neurobiology for Clinical Social Work: Theory and Practice By Jeffrey S. Applegate and Janet R. Shapiro
Written for clinical social workers and social work educators, this book describes findings on attachment and neurobiology. Topics include brain structure and organization, brain plasticity, normal and abnormal attachment, early trauma, adolescent mothers, parental depression, child abuse and neglect, and assessment and intervention strategies.
Neuroscience of Cognitive Development: The Role of Experience and the Developing Brain By Charles A. Nelson, PhD, Michelle de Haan, PhD, and Kathleen M. Thomas, PhD
The authors’ view of behavioral development from a neuroscience perspective sheds new light on the mechanisms that underlie brain function, learning, and behavior in children. Suitable for cognitive and behavioral psychologists and students in developmental psychology, neuroscience, and cognitive development.
Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual: (PDM) By Alliance of Psychoanalytic Organizations
Intended to expand upon DSM-IV-TR and ICD-9 symptom and behavior classifications, this manual is designed to help clinicians understand how the mind and brain function and develop. It classifies the spectrum of personality patterns and disorders and describes a profile of mental functioning that helps clinicians examine patients' capacities.
Psychoneuroimmunology—two-volume set, 4th ed. By Robert Ader
This set provides a clearly written, extensively referenced summary of behavioral, neural and endocrine regulators of immune responses and immunologically mediated disease processes. Behavioral and neuroendocrine effects of immune system activity also are covered.
The Neuroscience of Clinical Psychiatry By Edmund S. Higgins, MD, and Mark S. George, MD
Brain structures and workings play a role in numerous clinical issues, from eating disorders, weight gain and aging, to sexual dysfunction, posttraumatic stress disorder, ADHD and more. The authors recommend interventions based on current neuroscientific evidence, and more than 200 illustrations clarify important concepts.
The Neuroscience of Psychological Therapies By Roland W. Folensbee
Dr. Folensbee describes how brain locations carry out specific activities, how brain activities yield normal and pathologic behavior, and how knowledge of brain activities can guide psychological assessment and intervention. This book is geared toward clinicians who practice psychotherapy and who wish to learn more about brain function and brain/behavior relationships.
Brain-based therapy with adults: Evidence-based treatment for everyday practice By John B. Arden and Lloyd Linford
Brain-Based Therapy with Adults: Evidence-Based Treatment for Everyday Practice provides a straightforward, integrated approach that looks at what we currently know about the brain and how it impacts and informs treatment interventions. This new kind of therapy takes into account the uniqueness of each client. Presentation of detailed background and evidence-based interventions for common adult disorders such as anxiety and depression offers you expert advice you can put into practice immediately.