Part One: Perspectives in Rehabilitation Psychology 1. Rehabilitation Psychology: Introduction, Review, and Background Paul Kennedy 2. A Field in Flux: The History of Rehabilitation Psychology Elisabeth Sherwin 3. Psychological Models in Rehabilitation Psychology Joseph F. Rath and Timothy R. Elliott 4. Adjustment to Chronic Illness and Disability: Theoretical Perspectives, Empirical Findings, and Unresolved Issues Hanoch Livneh and Erin Martz 5. Epidemiological Context and Concerns Yuying Chen and Yue Cao 6. Rehabilitation Outcomes and Assessment: Toward a Model of Complex Adaptive Rehabilitation Nancy Hansen Merbitz, Charles T. Merbitz, and Judy P. Ripsch 7. Organization and Planning Person-Centered Hospital-Based Rehabilitation Services Emilie F. Smithson and Paul Kennedy 8. An Emerging Role for the Rehabilitation Psychologist in Community Rehabilitation Service Delivery Craig Ravesloot and Tom Seekins 9. Families in Rehabilitation Patricia A. Rivera 10. Children with Chronic Health Conditions Kathleen K. M. Deidrick and Elena Harlan Drewel 11. Aging, Rehabilitation, and Psychology Adam T. Gerstenecker and Benjamin T. Mast Part Two: Clinical Contexts and Applications 12. Multiple Sclerosis Kenneth I. Packenham 13. Stroke and Rehabilitation: Psychological Perspectives Jane Barton 14. Traumatic Brain Injury Robyn L. Tate 15. Post-Acute Rehabilitation Jerri Morris 16. Spinal Cord Injuries Paul Kennedy and Emilie F. Smithson 17. Persistent and Chronic Pain Elizabeth J. Richardson and J. Scott Richards 18. Pulmonary Rehabilitation in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Margreet Scharloo, Maarten J. Fischer, Esther van den Ende, and Adrian A. Kapstein 19. Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Paul Bennett 20. Limb Amputation Deirdre M. Desmond, Laura Coffey, Pamela Gallagher, Malcolm MacLachlan, Stephen T. Wegener, and Fiadhnait O'Keeffe 21. Transplantation Bruce Rybarczyk, Andrea Shamaskin, Douglas Gibson, and Solam T. Huey 22. Diabetes Mellitus Donita E. Baird and David M. Clarke Part Three: Professional Issues and Future Challenges 23. Education and Training in Rehabilitation Psychology William Stiers and Kathryn Nicholson Perry 24. Ethics in Psychology: Expanding Horizons Thomas R. Kerkhoff and Stephanie L. Hanson 25. Vocational Rehabilitation, Inclusion, and Social Integration Carol Blessing, Thomas P. Golden, Sukyeong Pi, Susanne Bruyere, and Sara Van Looy 26. Resilience in People with Physical Disabilities Ashley Craig 27. The Expert Patient and the Self-Management of Chronic Conditions and Disabilities Michelle A. Meade and Linda A. Cronin 28. Health Legislation and Public Policies Nancy Cheak-Zamora, Stephanie A. Reid-Arndt, Kristofer J. Hagglund, and Robert G. Frank 29. Disease Prevention through Lifestyle Interventions for Diet and Physical Activity Stephen D. Anton and Michael G. Perri 30. Aspects of Culture Influencing Rehabilitation and Persons with Disabilities Elias Mpofu, Julie Chronister, Ebonee T. Johnson, and Geoff Denham 31. Rehabilitation Psychology and Global Health Malcolm MacLachlan 32. Rehabilitation Psychology: The Continuing Challenge Paul Kennedy
Paul Kennedy, D.Phil., MSc., FBPsS., C.Psychol., is Professor of Clinical Psychology and Academic Director, Oxford Doctoral Course in Clinical Psychology, University of Oxford.
"All in all, The Oxford Handbook of Rehabilitation Psychology is an excellent reference textbook for rehabilitation psychologists and students of rehabilitation psychology... This handbook provides an excellent introduction to people with a variety of disabilities for the generalist psychologist. The text contributes detailed, and highly readable, state-of-the-art reviews pertaining to most of the topics related to medical-based rehabilitation with an international perspective." -- Steven R. Pruett, PsycCRITIQUES