Los Angeles / Orange County Libraries
1May/130

New Books in PsycBooks

6 contemporary books have been added to PsycBooks along with 40 classic titles.  Below are the contemporary books recently added to PsycBooks which you can access through EBSCO:

 Cop Watch: Spectators, Social Media, and Police Reform 2012 By Hans Toch, PhD

“In Cop Watch: Spectators, Social Media, and Police Reform, renowned social psychologist Hans Toch takes stock of the vast changes in police procedures that have occurred over the last half-century by examining the evolving role of spectators to police–citizen interactions.”

 Methodological Approaches to Community-Based Research  2012  Edited by Leonard A. Jason, PhD and David S. Glenwick, PhD

“Methodological Approaches to Community-Based Research offers innovative research tools that are most effective for understanding social problems in general and change in complex person-environment systems at the community level.”

 Relationship Science: Integrating Evolutionary, Neuroscience, and Sociocultural Approaches  2012  Edited by Omri Gillath, PhD; Glenn Adams, PhD; and Adrianne Kunkel, PhD

“This book brings together researchers from psychology and neighboring disciplines whose work sheds light on the topic of relationships. It focuses on evolutionary, neuroscience, and sociocultural perspectives — three relatively new interdisciplinary approaches at the forefront of relationship science”

 The Science of Attorney Advocacy: How Courtroom Behavior Affects Jury Decision Making  2012  By Jessica D. Findley, JD, PhD and Bruce D. Sales, PhD, JD

This book reviews “the scientific support for popular [attorney] advocacy recommendations. It first summarizes trial commentators' recommendations, then reviews the scientific support for these recommendations, and finally evaluates the recommendations in light of the scientific support.”

 The Journey From Child to Scientist: Integrating Cognitive Development and the Education Sciences  2012  Edited by Sharon M. Carver, PhD and Jeff Shrager, PhD

“The impulse to investigate the natural world is deeply rooted in our earliest childhood experiences. This notion has long guided researchers to uncover the cognitive mechanisms underlying the development of scientific reasoning in children.”

 Qualitative Strategies for Ethnocultural Research  2012  Edited by Donna K. Nagata, PhD; Laura Kohn-Wood, PhD; and Lisa A. Suzuki, PhD

“This volume presents the state-of-the-art discourse on qualitative methods in psychology and community studies”

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