PsycBooks added 2 recent books to the database last month as well as 20 classic texts from the late 19th and early part of the 20th centuries. A full list can be accessed by clicking here. The two recently published books are described below. These books can be accessed through the PsycBooks database on EBSCO:
Methodologies for Conducting Research on Giftedness edited by Bruce Thompson, PhD and Rena F. Subotnik, PhD
This book gathers a distinguished group of pioneers in measurement and statistics to offer creative solutions to the problems of conducting research on gifted and talented individuals.
On Becoming a Better Therapist by Barry L. Duncan, PsyD
"In the first book to detail the clinical nuances of using feedback to improve outcomes, Duncan presents a simple, five-step method of integrating outcome management with therapists' long-term professional development. With lively case examples, unfailing good humor, and a deep affection for therapy and therapists, Duncan's book is essential reading for anyone who seeks to rediscover purpose in their work and become a better therapist."