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Atkins, D. (2004). I’m OK, you’re my parents: How to overcome guilt, let go of anger, and
create a relationship the works. Henry Holt & Co.  Young adults and middle-aged adults still
have a lot of problems with their parents. This book focuses on reducing various tensions and
irritations between adult children and parents.
Atkinson, J. W. (1957). Motivational determinants of risk-taking behavior. Psychological
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Atkinson, J. W. (1981). Thematic apperceptive measurement of motivation in 1950 and
1980. In G. d'Ydewalle & W. Lens (Eds.), Cognition in human motivation and learning
(pp.159-198). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 
Aumiller, G. (1995). Keeping it simple. Probity Press. 
Aurthur, J. (2002). The angel and the dragon: A father’s search for answers to his son’s
suicide. Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Communications.
Austin, R. B. (1976). How to make it with another person. New York: MacMillan Co. 
Averill, J. (1983). Anger and aggression. New York: Spring-Verlag. 
Averill, J. & Nunley, E. (1993). Voyages of the heart: Living an emotionally creative life.
New York: Free Press. 
Azar, B. (Sept., 1995). Nursing marriage from sickness to health. Washington, DC: APA
Monitor. 
Azrin, N. H. & Besalel, V. B. (1979). A parent's guide to bed wetting control. New York:
Pocket Books. 
Azrin, N. H. & Foxx, R. M. (1976, 1989). Toilet training in less than a day. New York: Pocket
Books. 
Azrin, N. H., Naster, B. & Jones, R. (1973). Reciprocity counseling, Behavior Research and
Therapy, 11, 365-382.
Azrin, N. H. & Nunn, R. G. (1977). Habit control in a day (stuttering, nail biting, and other
nervous habits) New York: Pocket Books.
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Babior, S. & Goldman, C. (1990). Overcoming panic attacks: Strategies to free yourself
from the anxiety trap. Minneapolis: CompCare Publishers.
Babior, S. & Goldman, C. (1996). Overcoming panic, anxiety & phobias: New strategies to
free yourself from worry and fear. Whole Person Associates.
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