|aHandbook of psychology /|ceditor-in-chief, Irving B. Weiner.
|aHoboken, N.J. :|bWiley,|cc2013.
|a12 v. :|bill. (some col.) ;|c29 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
|av. 1. History of psychology / volume editor, Donald K. Freedheim -- v. 2. Research methods in psychology / volume editors, John A. Schinka and Wayne F. Velicer -- v. 3. Behavioral neuroscience / volume editors, Randy J. Nelson and Sheri J.Y. Mizumori -- v. 4. Experimental psychology / volume editors, Alice F. Healy and Robert W. Proctor -- v. 5. Personality and social psychology / volume editors, Howard Tennen and Jerry Suls -- v. 6. Developmental psychology / volume editors, Richard M. Lerner, M. Ann Easterbrooks, Jayanthi Mistry -- v. 7. Educational psychology / volume editors, William M. Reynolds and Gloria E. Miller -- v. 8. Clinical psychology / volume editors, George Stricker and Thomas A. Widiger -- v. 9. Health psychology / volume editors, Arthur M. Nezu, Christine Maguth Nezu, and Pamela A. Geller -- v. 10. Assessment psychology / volume editors, John R. Graham and Jack A. Naglieri -- v. 11. Forensic psychology / volume editor, Randy K. Otto -- v. 12. Industrial and organizational psychology / volume editors, Neal W. Schmitt and Scott Highhouse.
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