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                  COMING SOON                       COMING SOON                      NEW
                Progressive Relaxation            The Psychology                    Indoctrination to Hate

              Training                          of Inequity                       Recruitment Techniques
              A Guide for Professionals,        Motivation and Beliefs            of Hate Groups and
              Students, and Researchers                   JEAN LAU CHIN,          How to Stop Them
                                                YOLANDA E. GARCIA, AND                      EDWARD W. DUNBAR, EDITOR
                        HOLLY HAZLETT-STEVENS

                                                                                   February 2022 ,  351pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
                                                 May 2022 ,  250pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4   Hardcover: 978-1-4408-5700-3
                                                Hardcover: 978-1-4408-7798-8
               May 2022 ,  235pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4                                    $63.00 ,  £47.00 ,  €55,00
              Hardcover: 978-1-4408-7380-5       $63.00 ,  £47.00 ,  €55,00       eBook: 978-1-4408-5701-0
               $50.00 ,  £38.00 ,  €44,00       eBook: 978-1-4408-7799-5
              eBook: 978-1-4408-7381-2                                              This collection spotlights the impact
                                                  Inequities still exist in today’s society,   of hate violence on individuals and
               “ for the ways it helps readers   and this book advances awareness, an   communities as well as how people
                 This new edition stands out
                                                equitable mindset, and transformative
                                                                                  form biases and are indoctrinated into
                understand the physiology       change toward the goal of eliminating   hate groups, why they participate in
                of relaxation and its many      inequities and promoting inclusiveness   violent hate crimes, and how hate may
                valuable clinical applications. ”  and social justice.            become extreme.
                   —Bethany Teachman, Professor of     FEATURES                     FEATURES
                   Psychology and Director of Clinical   •  Includes cutting-edge scholarship
                      Training, University of Virginia,                           •  Illustrates conflicts and injuries
                              December 18, 2021   addressing racial inequities      found in our communities due to the
                Offers comprehensive guidance for   •  Provides contemporary examples of   activity of hate groups
              practitioners, students, and researchers   racial inequity viewed through new   •  Presents recruitment and
                                                  psychological lenses
              in psychology, psychiatry, and counseling                             membership retention tactics of
              to teach relaxation to clients.                                       various hate groups and approaches
                                                  JEAN LAU CHIN , PhD, was professor   to countering them
                FEATURES                        and former dean of the Derner Institute   •  Examines the neuropsychology of
              •  Case studies illustrate techniques   of Advanced Psychological Studies at   hate as a motivator in perpetrating
                                                Adelphi University in New York.
                                                                                    intergroup violence
                                                YOLANDA E. GARCIA, PhD, is associate
                HOLLY HAZLETT-STEVENS , PhD, is   professor and doctoral training director
              associate professor in the department   in the counseling/school psychology     EDWARD W. DUNBAR , PhD, is a
              of psychology at the University of   PhD program at Northern Arizona   practicing psychologist in metropolitan
              Nevada, Reno.                                                       Los Angeles. His clinical work
              DOUGLAS A. BERNSTEIN, PhD, is     ARTHUR W. BLUME, PhD, is professor   addresses issues in the treatment
              professor emeritus at the University  of psychology at Washington State   of workplace harassment, crime
              of Illinois and courtesy professor  University Vancouver.           victimization, psychological trauma, and
              of psychology at the University of                                  violence risk assessment.
              South Florida.

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