Hogrefe Publishing Newsletter November 2017
Hogrefe News
New releases
Dear Colleague,
What makes people thrive? This question is answered in the article Human Thriving – A Conceptual Debate and Literature Review which has recently been published in European Psychologist.
Keep on reading to find out about our new releases and where to see them on display this fall – maybe one of them will end up thriving on your bookshelf.
Your Hogrefe Publishing Team
Hogrefe News
51st Annual Convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
November 16-19, 2017, San Diego, CA
Just in time for ABCT the Advances in Psychotherapy book series sees the release of a new title on Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia. Stop by at the Hogrefe booth #208 and see this and other titles in the book series.
New releases
The Behavioral Sciences and Health Care, 4th edition
edited by Olle Jane Z. Sahler / John E. Carr / Julia B. Frank / João V. Nunes
The fourth edition of this book is an invaluable resource for those educating the next generation of physicians and other health care providers. This easy-to-use text presents succinct information about a wide variety of neurological, social, and psychological sciences essential to understanding human behavior in health contexts. Each chapter begins with guidance questions and ends with current recommended readings, resources, and review questions. A complete 335 question-and-answer multiple choice USMLE-type exam section allows readers to assess how well they have learned the material.
read more. . . 
The AMDP System
edited by Matthew R. Broome / Ronald Bottlender / Michael Rösler / Rolf-Dieter Stieglitz
Now in its 9th edition, the AMDP System is a widely used tool for documenting psychiatric symptoms in clinical and research projects. It is not only an essential part of many internal clinical documentation systems, but it is also a valuable instrument for training the identification of psychopathological symptoms.
read more. . . 
Implicit Theories
edited by Marko Lüftenegger / Jason A. Chen
Individuals develop fundamental assumptions about human attributes to explain and understand their world. These implicit theories incorporate beliefs about the fixedness or malleability of personal attributes such as intelligence, willpower, and personality, and organize the way people ascribe meaning to events. Although implicit beliefs can be held stably, empirical findings show that they can also be primed and changed in brief laboratory experiments or in longer-term interventions.
read more. . . 
Latest from our journals
How to thrive!
Daniel Brown, a sport and exercise scientist at the University of Portsmouth, and colleagues have pulled together all the research on what makes people thrive in an article published in European Psychologist, and have come up with the first definitive catch-all study. The article has featured in numerous media outlets.
Read it for free here!
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