Series: Oxford Library of Psychology

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Handbook of Positive Psychology by C. R. Snyder
Oxford Handbook of Anxiety and Related Disorders (Oxford Library of Psychology) by Martin M. Antony
The Oxford Handbook of Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders: Developmental Perspectives (Oxford Library of Psychology) by James Lock
The Oxford Handbook of Child Psychological Assessment (Oxford Library of Psychology) by Donald H. Saklofske
The Oxford handbook of clinical psychology by David H. Barlow PhD
Oxford Handbook of Education and Training in Professional Psychology, The by W. Brad Johnson
The Oxford Handbook of Emotion, Social Cognition, and Problem Solving in Adulthood (Oxford Library of Psychology) by Paul Verhaeghen
Oxford Handbook of Health Communication, Behavior Change, and Treatment Adherence, The by Leslie R. Martin
Oxford Handbook of Positive Psychology and Work (Oxford Library of Psychology) by P. Alex Linley
The Oxford Handbook of Sexual Conflict in Human by Todd K. Shackelford
Oxford Handbook of Work Engagement, Motivation, and Self-Determination Theory, The by Marylene Gagne

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