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This is your guide to finding psychology resources online and in the library.
At Woodbury Library there are several platforms that you may use to access eooks. Most of these are listed below. Woodbury Library currently provides access to tens of thousands of eBooks and is regularly adding more. Typically you will access an eBook as a result of a search of the Woodbury Library Catalog, but you may also connect to the eBook platform directly and search and/or browse. For more information on access, see our eBooks Research Guide.
Databases and eBook platforms available for you at Woodbury are:
If you do not have time to wait for a book to arrive via interlibrary loan, going to one of our excellent local public libraries may be your best option. Anyone who is a California resident may get a library card free of charge at any local public library.
Worldcat.org is a way to access the library catalogs of libraries all over the world. If you find a book you want here, simply click the "Request Item" link under the book description, and we will get it for you from another library.
This comprehensive volume provides an unprecedented illustration of the potential for visual methods in psychology. Each chapter explores the set of theoretical, methodological, as well as ethical and analytical issues that shape the ways in which visual qualitative research is conducted in psychology. Using a variety of forms of visual data, including photography, documentary film-making, drawing, internet media, model making and collages, each author endeavors to broaden the scope for understanding experience and subjectivity, using visual qualitative methods.
From arranged marriages to online dating, this four-volume work presents everything from personal accounts to empirical evidence to document what creates love in our culture as well as around the world. * Showcases individual accounts regarding the perennial question of "what is love?" * Highlights cultural similarities and differences * Provides up-to-date empirical research * Supplies extensive bibliographic materials and a list of organizations regarding relationships, including abusive relationships
This volume showcases the latest theoretical and empirical work from some of the top scholars in attachment. Extending classic themes and describing important new applications, the book examines several ways in which attachment processes help explain how people think, feel, and behave in different situations and at different stages in the life cycle. Topics include the effects of early experiences on adult relationships; new developments in neuroscience and genetics; attachment orientations and parenting; connections between attachment and psychopathology, as well as health outcomes; and the relationship of attachment theory and processes to clinical interventions.
Drawing on empirical research, clinical case material and vivid examples from modern culture, this book demonstrates that overeating must be understood as part of the wider cultural problem of consumption and materialism. Highlighting modern society's pathological need to consume, Kima Cargill explores how our limitless consumer culture offers an endless array of delicious food as well as easy money whilst obscuring the long-term effects of overconsumption.