- Eric Rassin
Thought Suppression is relevant to students and researchers in clinical, cognitive, or social psychology, and psychiatry. It will also appeal to psychotherapists and mental health workers.
Hardbound, 208 Pages
Published: October 2005
"Dr. Rassin provides a sophisticated review and analysis of the state-of-the-science relating to thought suppression. The interesting and important topics addressed include: delineating suppression from related concepts, such as repression and dissociation; a critical discussion of methodology; the relevance of thought suppression across clinical disorders, with a focus on obsessions and trauma; and a novel theoretical analysis of the findings reviewed. This is a comprehensive, balanced and scientifically rigorous account that provides the reader a unique and fresh perspective on the field." -Allison G. Harvey, University of California, Berkeley, USA