Hogrefe Publishing Newsletter November 2019
Contents
 
New releases
Latest from our journals
 
Contact
Dear colleague,
 
It’s Thanksgiving, so we’d like to take the opportunity to thank you all – our authors, editors, readers, customers, business partners – for your support over the past year. Without you, we would not have been able to produce the wonderful range of publications in our list, from the Clinical Handbooks of Psychotropic Drugs, the Advances in Psychotherapy series, or our new open access journal, Psychological Test Adaptation and Development. Check out some news about publications and videos below – and the box on the right for special offers we have prepared as a Thanksgiving “thank you”!
 
Sincerely,
 
Your Hogrefe Publishing Team
New releases
Reducing the Toll of Suicide
Resources for Communities, Groups, and Individuals
edited by Diego De Leo / Vita Poštuvan
 
The carefully selected chapters in this volume provide food for thought to practitioners, researchers, students and all those who come into contact with the tragedy of suicide, with the hope of stimulating new ideas and interventions in the difficult fight against suicidal behaviours.
 
• Packed with the latest international research
• New ideas for interventions
• Presents models for understanding suicide
• Explores ethical issues
read more. . . 
 
 
 
Psychoanalysis and Projective Methods in Personality Assessment
The French School
edited by: Benoît Verdon / Catherine Azoulay
 
This book brings to life the important contributions of the French School, firstly exploring its theories and methods and then its clinical applications. Detailed case studies from different stages of life examine the psychopathology of everyday life with its severe and disabling states of suffering.
The French School is a direct successor to Rorschach's and Murray's original approaches using the Rorschach Test and the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT). read more. . . 
Latest from our journals
EJPA now on Twitter
We are happy to welcome the editorial office of the European Journal of Psychological Assessment to Twitter! Here are some welcome words from Samuel Greiff, Editor-in-Chief, and Lindie van der Westhuizen, Editorial Assistant:
“Our readers can follow us on Twitter @ EJPAjournal to receive the latest news and updates straight from the EJPA editorial office. We will announce our latest online and print content, post important news and reminders regarding special issues, share interesting journal facts and figures, and much more. We look forward to seeing you in the Twitterverse!”
 
New Issue out now
Check out the Editorial by Myfanwy Maple, Vita Poštuvan, Andrej Marušič, and Sharon McDonnell about “Progress in Postvention” and browse the latest articles on suicidology and crisis intervention here!
 
Two Announcements
1. Is ego depletion even real? The special double issue 5&6 is out now, with editorial by Junhua Dan and Martin Hagger and commentary by Michael Inzlicht and Malte Friese (both free access).
 
2. Social Psychology is looking for a new Editor-in-Chief for an editorial term starting summer 2020. The journal covers all areas of social psychology, publishing innovative and methodologically sound research and serving as an international forum for scientific discussion and debate in the field of social psychology. For more information follow the link.
New OA Journal
• Clear guidance on the structure of papers helps you write good papers
• Fast peer-review, aided by the clear structure of your paper
• With the optional registered report format you can get expert advice from seasoned reviewers to help improve your research
• Open access publication, with a choice of Creative Commons licenses
• Widest possible dissemination of your paper – and thus of qualified information about your test and your research
• Generous APC waiver program and discounts for members of selected associations
• Submissions possible starting next month!
 
Get more facts here. . . 
 
 
Thanksgiving Week 
 
From November 25 until December 1
 
 
It is Thanksgiving week and we’d like to give thanks back with a special offer for our Clinical Handbooks. Watch the video with our editor's Ric M. Procyshyn and Dean Elbe to find out more.
 
Interview with J. Kim Penberthy 
 
 
We got the chance to interview J. Kim Penberthy about her book “Persistent Depressive Disorders”. Watch Kim speaking about her work history, the role trauma plays in PDD, and the relevance social interaction has for Persistent Depressive Disorders. here. . . 
 
We are on YouTube! 
 
 
Click the link and watch interviews with our authors on the Hogrefe Publishing playlist.
 
Visit our booth at the following conferences & meetings 
 
ABCT - 53rd Annual Convention
Nov 21-24, 2019, Atlanta
 
See our books on display at the following meetings 
 
World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gyn & Infertility
Nov 21-23, 2019, Paris (Wisepress)
 
German Psychiatry Psychotherapy & Neurology Congress
Nov 27-30, 2019, Berlin (Wisepress)
 
European Society on Sexual Medicine
Jan 23-25, 2020, Prague (Wisepress)
 
 
Contact
Hogrefe Publishing Corp.
7 Bulfinch Place, Suite 202
Boston, MA 02114, USA
 
Tel: (866) 823 4726
Fax: (617) 354 6875
 
 
Hogrefe Publishing GmbH
Merkelstr. 3, 37085 Göttingen, Germany
 
Tel.:+49 (551) 99950-421
Fax:+49 (551) 99950-111
CEO: Dr. G.-Juergen Hogrefe
Registered: Göttingen HRB 2224, VAT#DE 115303194
Unsubscribe  •  marketing@hogrefe.com  •  w w w. hogrefe. com