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The Oxford Handbook of Hypnosis by Amanda J. Barnier

Title The Oxford Handbook of Hypnosis
Author Amanda J. Barnier
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release 2012-01-19
Category Medical
Total Pages 802
ISBN 0199645809
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Oxford Handbook of Hypnosis is the successor to Fromm and Nash's Contemporary Hypnosis Research (Guilford Press), which has been regarded as the field's authoritative scholarly reference for over 35 years. For postgraduates, researchers, and clinicians, this book is the definitive reference text in the field.

The Oxford Handbook of Hypnosis by Michael R. Nash

Title The Oxford Handbook of Hypnosis
Author Michael R. Nash
Publisher
Release 2012
Category
Total Pages 791
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Oxford Handbook of Hypo Egoic Phenomena
Author Mark R. Leary
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release 2016-10-07
Category Ego (Psychology)
Total Pages 304
ISBN 0199328072
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Egoicism, a mindset that places primary focus upon oneself, appears to be rampant in contemporary Western cultures as commercial advertisements, popular books, song lyrics, and mobile software applications consistently promote self-interest. Although a focus on oneself has adaptive value forphysical preservation, decision making, and planning, researchers have begun to address the psychological, interpersonal, and broader societal costs of excessive egoicism. In an increasingly crowded and interdependent world, there is a pressing need for investigation of alternatives to a "me andmine first" mindset. For centuries, scholars, spiritual leaders, and social activists have advocated a "hypo-egoic" way of being that is characterized by less self-concern in favor of a more inclusive, "we first" mode of functioning. In recent years, investigations of hypo-egoic functioning have been taken up byphilosophers, cognitive scientists, neuroscientists, and psychologists. Edited by Kirk Warren Brown and Mark Leary, The Oxford Handbook of Hypo-egoic Phenomena brings together these vital lines of inquiry, distilling current knowledge about hypo-egoicism into a single source book.The authors of each chapter have conducted high-quality research and written authoritatively about topics that involve hypo-egoicism, all together providing an authoritative account of theory, research, and applications of hypo-egoic functioning. Part I of the book offers theoretical perspectivesfrom philosophy and several major branches of psychology to inform our understanding of the nature of hypo-egoicism and its expressions in various domains of life. Part II presents psychological research findings regarding particular psychological phenomena in which hypo-egoicism is a prominentfeature, demonstrating the implications of hypo-egoicism for well-being, emotion regulation, adaptive decision-making, positive social relations, and other markers of human well-being. Each chapter reviews the research literature regarding a particular hypo-egoic phenomenon and offers constructivecriticism of the current limits of the research and important agendas for future investigation. Thus, this Handbook offers the most comprehensive and thoughtful analyses of hypo-egoicism to date.

Title Oxford Handbook of Clinical Dentistry
Author David A. Mitchell
Publisher
Release 1995
Category Dentisterie - Guides, manuels, etc
Total Pages 799
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Oxford Handbook of Clinical Dentistry has firmly established itself as the leading pocket clinical reference for all dentists and dental researchers. This new edition has been completely revised to reflect the rapid changes in dentistry that have occurred since the first edition was published in 1991. It contains expanded sections on restorative denstistry, practice management, non-accidental injury, guided tissue regeneration, AIDS, ATLS, and numerous other topical issues. In addition, recent developments in cross-infection and health and safety law control have been included. This book has been designed to provide easy access to the facts, ideas, opinions, dogma, anecdote, and truth that constitute clinical dentistry. Blank pages are included for notes.

A Handbook of Medical Hypnosis by Gordon Ambrose

Title A Handbook of Medical Hypnosis
Author Gordon Ambrose
Publisher
Release 1980
Category Hypnosis
Total Pages 213
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine by J. Murray Longmore

Title Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine
Author J. Murray Longmore
Publisher Oxford University Press, USA
Release 2007
Category Medical
Total Pages 841
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the early 1980s, two junior doctors from Oxford noted down all the medical information they found valuable to keep. As medical students they learned most not from organised lecturers but from clinical sessions - on the ward and in clinic. Useful notes were written on scraps of paper, and it was from this that the original Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine was born.No other book has entered the hearts, minds and pockets of so many doctors and medical students the world over. Now in its 7th edition, the main features and essence of the original edition remain unchanged. Developed over 21 years, the Handbook encompasses the experience, knowledge and wisdom of more than 10 different authors. With its characteristic combination of incisive guidance, wit, a lucid style, and memorable epigrams, it continues to be the leading pocket reference of clinicalmedicine.The 7th edition is fully equipped for the modern doctor with a brand new design with integrated full-colour pictures on common problems such as rashes, scars and jaundice. There is a new chapter on radiology, new information on consent and how to handle common calls, and greater coverage of medications and doses, clinical skills and surgery. There are also numerous other updates and improvements throughout, many suggested by extensive market research and reader's feedback. Three new juniorco-authors have been brought on board to ensure that the content reflects what readers really need. All in all, the latest Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine is just what the doctor ordered.

Title Oxford Handbook of Clinical Specialties
Author J. A. B. Collier
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release 2009-01-29
Category Medical
Total Pages 841
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Twelve books in one, this handbook covers all the clinical specialties, with new sections on child psychiatry, sex education, Internet searching, clinical governance, birth injuries to mothers, how to avoid being judgmental, and much more.

Title The Hypnosis Handbook Second Edition
Author Mark Baker
Publisher
Release 2014-05-16
Category Medical
Total Pages 78
ISBN 9781499603200
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The revised second edition of the popular Hypnosis Handbook. In simple practical language this book describes what hypnosis is, what it does and how to do it, using the most powerful yet simple techniques spelled out step-by-step.If you've ever wondered about what hypnotism is, how it works and how you can do it yourself, but were afraid of jargon, mumbo-jumbo and mystical hand waving, then this is for you.In carefully described steps the Hypnosis Handbook allows you to start from scratch and learn the basics of hypnosis, and then move on to applying it both to others and for self-hypnosis without any waffle or padding.The books contains instructions with guidance notes that teach you the most powerful hypnotic inductions as quickly and effectively as possible without the need for any other knowledge.

Title Oxford Handbook of Complementary Medicine
Author Edzard Ernst
Publisher OUP Oxford
Release 2008-03-13
Category Medical
Total Pages 448
ISBN 0191039608
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Oxford Handbook of Complementary Medicine presents evidence-based information on CAM in an easily accessible form, thereby enabling hospital doctors, GPs, nurses, medical students and other healthcare professionals to competently advise patients about CAM treatments. The book covers definitions, cost, safety, regulation, legal and ethical questions and a range of practical issues, diagnostic techniques, and risk-benefit assessments of CAM modalities. The main part of the book is organised by condition, outlining for each the CAM treatments available, ranked according to level of evidence of effectiveness, followed by a concise clinical bottom line assessing risks and benefits, also in relation to conventional treatment. The information is presented in a concise, matter-of-fact fashion, avoiding the obscure jargon sometimes used in CAM. Many issues surrounding CAM remain controversial and this handbook discusses them openly and critically.

The Hypnosis Handbook by Mark R Baker, Dr

Title The Hypnosis Handbook
Author Mark R Baker, Dr
Publisher CreateSpace
Release 2013-12-04
Category Psychology
Total Pages 64
ISBN 9781494379544
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

If you've ever wondered about what hypnotism is, how it works and how you can do it yourself, but were afraid of jargon, mumbo-jumbo and mystical hand waving, then this is for you. In simple steps the Hypnosis Handbook allows you to start from scratch and learn the basics of hypnosis, and then move on to applying it both to others and for self-hypnosis without any waffle or padding. The books contains step by step instructions with guidance notes that teach you the most powerful hypnotic inductions as quickly and effectively as possible without the need for any other knowledge.

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