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                Malignant Narcissism              When Trauma Grips                 Stereotypes

              Recognizing a                     Our Children                      The Incidence and
              Dangerous Disorder                The Basic Pyramid System          Impacts of Bias

                        CARY STACY SMITH AND    for Counselors, Teachers,                   JOEL T. NADLER AND
              LI-CHING HUNG                                                       ELORA C. VOYLES, EDITORS
                                                and Caregivers to
                                                Support Healing

                                                          JAMES E. LEVINE

               March 2021 ,  212pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4                                  January 2020 ,  329pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
              Hardcover: 978-1-4408-7406-2                                        Hardcover: 978-1-4408-6866-5
               $50.00 ,  £38.00 ,  €42,00                                          $63.00 ,  £47.00 ,  €53,00
              eBook: 978-1-4408-7407-9                                            eBook: 978-1-4408-6867-2
                                                 January 2021 ,  139pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
                                                Hardcover: 978-1-4408-7473-4
                In this book, a psychologist and a    $39.00 ,  £29.00 ,  €33,00     Recommended. Lower-division
              professor detail the history, psychology,   eBook: 978-1-4408-7474-1           “ undergraduates through faculty;
              and effects of this little-studied                                    professionals.
              condition that has altered individuals     Aimed at school staff and other    —Choice, October 1, 2020
              and societies worldwide, arguing  caregivers on the front lines of providing
              that the disorder deserves its    assistance without in-depth training     Provides an invaluable primer on how
              own classification.               or an understanding of how trauma   culturally accepted stereotypes are
                                                manifests, this book offers a detailed   impacting people throughout the
                FEATURES                        approach to helping children who have   United States.
              •  Illustrates concepts through case   experienced trauma.
                studies from history and popular                                    FEATURES
                culture and of prison inmates     FEATURES                        •  Suggests remedies based on the
              •  Explains how malignant narcissism   •  Introduces a new intervention model   principles of good government and
                differs from psychopathy and      used as the basis of care for children   the elimination of dehumanization
                related disorders                 with trauma                       that can move the U.S. away from its
              •  Details the absolute characteristic   •  Offers clear application of   present-day segregation, a condition
                                                                                    that is fatal to democracy
                that sets this disorder apart from   intervention practices in case studies
                others: sadism                  •  Emphasizes the link between trauma,   •  Bridges the gap between research
                                                                                    and application via academic work
              •  Addresses theories and research on   behavior, learning, emotions,  grounded in the context of modern
                this disorder as well as treatments   and social interaction skills  stereotypes and social justice issues
                and medications                   among children
              •  Includes a bibliography        •  Demonstrates that supportive action
                                                  can produce positive responses in     JOEL T. NADLER  holds a PhD in applied
                                                  children with trauma            psychology and is a tenured professor
                CARY STACY SMITH , PhD, is a forensic                             and director of Southern Illinois
              psychologist at Green Bay Correctional                              University Edwardsville’s Industrial/
              Institution in Green Bay, WI, providing     JAMES E. LEVINE , PhD, LICSW, is   Organizational Psychology masters
              therapy to men among the 1,000    founding director of a multi-disciplinary   program.
              inmates there.                    group of more than 30 clinicians  ELORA C. VOYLES holds a PhD in
                                                that consults for more than
              LI-CHING HUNG, PhD, is professor  45 school districts.              industrial organizational psychology
              and dissertation chair at Northcentral                              and social psychology.

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