Bernard Schwartz (Author) Bernard Schwartz, PhD, has written a number of books, including the highly successful How to Get Your Children to Do What You Want Them to Do. He has specialized in the fields of sports psychology, and child custody evaluations, and has written extensively on both subjects. John V. Flowers (Author) John V. Flowers, Ph.D., (1936-2012) was a professor of psychology at Chapman University and a clinical psychologist in private practice. His research focused on psychotherapy process and outcome, and psychotherapy in the cinema. He authored dozens of journal articles, seven prior books and made hundreds of presentations to scientific societies.
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