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January 2015

Proc. will be published in SEEK Digital Library with ISBN Number and in International journals. DOI number will be assig...


Full texts will be published in the European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences. Abstracts will be published...


February 2015

FEB 12
ICEPS 2015 will be published in the IJIET (ISSN: 2010-3689), and will be included in the E&T Digital Library, and indexe...


March 2015

Web: Dates: March 6-7, 2015 Place: Barcelona & Live on Internet Contact: secretaria@c...


MAR 25
The ARUPS Congress provides a platform for the sharing of research and ideas on how psychology can be developed, and how...


April 2015

This conference has been established as a high-quality meeting on contemporary neuroscience in the past years. For the 1...


APR 15
7th ICP will provide up-to-date information and cutting edge psychopharmacology, offer practical solutions to contempora...


APR 16
Recently there has been a growing awareness of the importance of translation of science and research to Clinical Practic...

May 2015

MAY 12
IACAP is planning to hold “the 7th international child and adolescent psychiatry” congress, with the conjunc...


MAY 16
An annual international event gathering scientists and psychiatrists from around the world to share an interest in stres...

Russian Federation

MAY 19
Multidisciplinary conference on scientific research concerning clinical psychiatry, psychopathology, psychology, new dia...


June 2015

The 17th Annual Conference of the International Society of Bipolar Disorders has a world class reputation of being a pre...


JUN 14
Worldwide opinion leaders will share recent innovations in their respective fields which impact on diagnosis,treatment a...


JUN 16
This biannual event, sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO), is the world’s largest gathering of researc...


JUN 22
An annual international event gathering scientists and psychiatrists from around the world to share an interest in stres...

United States of America

July 2015

JUL 20
The aim of this interdisciplinary conference is to present and discuss the state-of-the-art information on various aspec...

United Kingdom

JUL 23
Two linked events exploring areas in which the philosophy of mind and ethics or the philosophy of value make contact wit...

United Kingdom

JUL 25
The conference will exchange and share developing knowledgebase of molecular and genetic link between biological psychia...


September 2016

SEP 18
Meet fellow attendees, exchange ideas and experiences, learn from a comprehensive scientific program, promote and advoca...


October 2016

Dreaming Asleep, Dreaming Awake International Conference 7-­8 October 2016 – Warsaw, Poland organised by Interdisc...


September 2017

SEP 18
- We feel privileged and cordially invite you to our conference on Positive Psychology and Behavioral science. This meet...

san antonio, Texas,
United States

August 2018


Czech Republic

April 2019

APR 19
The RAK International Psychiatry Congress is the leading platform dedicated to Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Psychothera...

RAS AL Khaimah ,
United Arab Emirates

June 2019

JUN 10
Addiction 2019 invites Speakers, Researchers, Exhibitors, and Sponsors from everywhere throughout the world to join the ...


May 2020

MAY 29
The International Congress on Psychiatry (CP 2020)   Website: Date:May...


November 2020

The International Congress on Psychiatry (CP 2020)   Website: Date:Nov...


January 2021

JAN 22
Asian Public Mental Health Virtual Congress will provide the psychiatrist and scientists to present their latest researc...


February 2021

FEB 22
The Researchers and Research organizations around the world in the motive of Encouraging and Honouring them for their Si...


September 2021

SEP 20
EuroSciCon welcomes you to attend the 12th Edition of International Conference on Alternative Medicine to be held fr...

United Kingdom

October 2021

Psychiatry and Mental Health Conference, organized by the Pencis group. Pencis takes the privilege to invite speakers, p...


May 2022

MAY 30
The International Congress on Psychiatry (CP 2022) will be held from May 30-June 1, 2022 in Xi'an, China. CP 2022 will c...


December 2022

We are pleased and honored to invite you to the “World Congress on Clinical Psychiatry" which is going to be held duri...

United Kingdom

March 2023

Psychiatry Congress 2023 is an International platform to adverse and study about the primary discovery as well as cure c...

United Kingdom

MAR 23
We are delighted to invites you to International Conference On Addiction & Psychiatry which is going to held on March 23...


MAR 24
3rd International Conference on Research in Psychology(ICRPCONF) 2023 is the annual event for members of academia – re...

United Kingdom

June 2023

The 3rd Int’l Congress on Psychiatry (CP 2023) will be held during June 2-4, 2023, in Chengdu, China. The aim of CP is...


September 2023

When it comes to treating addiction, we're stronger together. The field of addiction treatment is ever-changing, and we'...

United States

October 2023

OCT 12
The Psychiatry 2023 Conference is a premier gathering and sharing of ideas and knowledge for mental health practitioners...



The Hidden Psychology of Our Talking

Predicate-Equating Cognition and its Role in Communication

by David W. Shave


This book introduces the concept of the "unconscious entity" and reveals it as the most important concept in psychology. The book begins by presenting that the basic emotional need of humans is the need to be emotionally comfortable. Anything, that makes us emotionally uncomfortable, is a frustration of our basic emotional need, that then produces anger. The bigger the frustration, the more anger is produced. If that anger is not immediately expressed, it becomes repressed, and then stored in our mind as "unconscious entity," making any unwanted feeling we have, more unwanted. Unconscious entity arises from our unexpressed anger. It manifests itself as unwanted feelings. The feeling we least want is the very feeling most likely to be produced by our unexpressed anger. To reduce the intensi...

Psychological Problems and Their Big Deceptions

Introducing Predicate-Equating Cognition, Metaphorical Communications, and the Unconscious Entity

by David W. Shave


Psychological Problems And Their Big Deceptions reveals the multiple fraudulent and deceptive concepts of both Psychology and Psychiatry, such as the present-day gross misuse of the  "PTSD" diagnosis,  while introducing the foremost, but previously unrecognized, concept, the "Unconscious Entity." Though all people do not have a mental illness, everyone, without exception, has periods of being emotionally uncomfortable. This book convincingly shows what causes a state of being emotionally uncomfortable to any degree, and what is necessary to regain a state of being emotionally comfortable. In doing this, one will conclude it is a lot less the psychological counsel, in someone seeking professional help, and much more the listening, in any "counseling," that makes the cure. This boo...

The Treatment of Schizoid Personality Disorder Using Psychodynamic Methods

A Review of the Empirical Literature and Synthesis

by Matthew Viveier


The aim of this study was to establish what is known about the treatment of schizoid personality disorder using psychodynamic psychotherapies, by conducting a systematic review of the literature. The limitations of this approach are set out, followed by an account of the development of the use of the term in descriptive psychiatry and the psychodynamic literature. The inclusion criteria used were studies in English and of adults, that had a methodology, had confirmed a diagnosis of schizoid personality disorder in the subject during the study, that used any type of psychodynamic approach, and that measured the outcome. Search terms included "schizoid", "psychotherapy", "therapy", "psychodynamic", "psychoanalysis", "trial", "efficacy", "effectiveness", "method", "methodology", "qualitative"...

by Ilan Lohr


That neuropsychological performance is impaired in patients with affective disorders is now widely accepted, and there is growing evidence that attentional dysfunction (effortful attention in particular) is one of the major impairments normally observed. The present study aimed at defining the nature of attentional dysfunction in depression by means of tests designed to measure specific aspects of attention, such as sustained, selective, focused, divided attention, etc. We also tested the effect of increasing effortful attentional demands on subjects' performance. To that end, effort level was increased on the task variable that was considered to be the defining characteristic of each task. For example, the Stroop Color-Word is a test of perceptual interference, so that on the high effort ...

The Mumbo Jumbo Fix

A Survival Guide for Effective Doctor-Patient-Nurse Communication

by Michael J. Grace, JD, CPHRM


The Mumbo Jumbo Fix: A Survival Guide for Effective Doctor-Patient-Nurse Communication tackles the vital subject of healthcare miscommunication which is a leading cause of patient harm. It is the first book of its kind geared to all three essential participants--doctors, nurses, AND patients. Written by a medical malpractice trial attorney, hospital risk manager, and healthcare educator, its unique holistic approach provides real-world practical solutions in a concise, easy-to-read, and entertaining format. No other book in the field has been written by someone with equivalent "boots on the ground" experience. And the author's original cartoons are sure to bring a smile to every reader's face. The Mumbo Jumbo Fix contains up-to-date content including telemedicine during the national emerg...

Evolution, Information and Personality

Toward A Unified Theory of the Psyche

by Robert DePaolo


If writing a multidisciplinary treatise is difficult (and this endeavor wasn't exactly a walk in the park) then I had to imagine how difficult it might be for the reader to assimilate the cross references to evolution, information dynamics and clinical psychology that characterize this book. Moreover, I had to consider that reading a book written in language derived from quantum physics, psychology and anthropology might prove to be a bit dreary, even for seasoned clinicians. So to preclude possible confusion this book was written with Information Theory in mind. That's why, for the sake of clarity, certain themes are repeated in successive chapters to serve as an anchor point for the diverse ideas that revolve around them. As to the book itself, it is offered as an integrative...

Being Autistic is Not a Behavior Problem

A Critique of Applied Behavior Analysis in the Era of Neurodiversity

by Daniel B. LeGoff, PhD


Applied behavior analysis (ABA) has become a widely used form of therapy for autistic children without its theories and methods being well understood. This critical analysis of the theories and research on which ABA bases its claim to being an evidence-based treatment is a must-read for everyone who has a stake in the lives of autistic individuals. This book reviews the literature which shows that ABA is not based on scientific research, and that practitioners of ABA are not required to be trained in child psychology, pediatrics, child development, education, family therapy, language development, or scientific research. ABA is not based on any form of developmental science, but primarily on the works of B.F. Skinner whose ideas were first published over seventy years ago. This philosoph...

Psychology Led Astray

Cargo Cult in Science and Therapy

by Tomasz Witkowski


This book shows how scientific and psychotherapeutic practices change into worthless rituals called by the famous physicist, Richard Feynman, "cargo cult." It is a must-read for everybody who is interested in psychology, who is studying or intends to study it, but also for present and potential clients of psychotherapists and parents of mentally-disabled children. Readers will learn which parts of psychology and therapy are cargo-cult-like and which are reliable. This book is the second part of trilogy devoted to the dark side of psychology. The first volume was published under the title Psychology Gone Wrong: The Dark Sides of Science and Therapy, also released by BrownWalker Press. IN THE NEWS See Chronicle of Higher Education (20 Mar 2017) BOOK REVIEWS Psychologist Witkowski f...