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Books on the Shelf at CCBC Library
Understanding the Psychology of Diversity by
Covering the cognitive and emotional foundations of prejudice underpinning all forms of inequality, Understanding the Psychology of Diversity examines social difference, social inequality, and the problems inherent to inequality from a psychological perspective.
Human Diversity by
Human diversity, with its myriad of different conditions involving biology, psychology, and social structures, remains one of the biggest challenges--and opportunities--facing the species...This book provides the hard facts on human similarities and differences, their causes and effects on people.
Discovering Psychology - Video suitable for academic research
Cultural Psychology This program explores how cultural psychology integrates cross-cultural research with social psychology, anthropology, and other social sciences. It also examines how cultures contribute to self-identity, the central aspects of cultural values, and emerging issues regarding diversity.
Discovering Psychology (whole series): Highlighting major new developments in the field, this updated video series of offers students of psychology an overview of historic and current theories of human behavior. Stanford University professor and author Philip Zimbardo narrates as leading researchers, practitioners, and theorists probe the mysteries of the mind and body.
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LGBT Psychology and Mental Health by
"This book presents emerging discoveries, trends, and research areas in LGBT psychology, both in science and therapy. It brings together concise, substantive reviews of what is new or on the horizon in science and in key areas of clinical practice, and provides information and insight to help psychologists, mental health clinicians, and counselors better serve the LGBT populations that, increasingly, are seeking their services."
Multicultural Approaches to Health and Wellness in America by
Led by a UCLA-trained health psychologist, a team of experts describes non-traditional treatments that are quickly becoming more common in Western society, documenting cultural variations in health and sickness practices to underscore the diversity among human society.
Professional Associations related to multicultural psychology
Newest Research on Prejudice and Stereotyping