Hogrefe Publishing Newsletter February 2016
Advances in Psychotherapy
New releases
Dear Colleague,
This month sees the release of new titles in two of our renowned book series. Read here about Multiple Sclerosis from the Advances in Psychotherapy series and Assessment in Health Psychology from the Psychological Assessment – Science and Practice series, as well as other new releases. And find out where you can see these and other titles "live" at conferences and meetings.
Enjoy our first newsletter in 2016!
Your Hogrefe Publishing Team
Now available in our Advances in Psychotherapy book series
Multiple Sclerosis
by P. B. Werfel, R. E. F. Durán, L. J. Trettin
This innovative book will help both mental health and medical professionals empower patients or clients to live well with multiple sclerosis (MS). It is a practical, evidence-based, culturally relevant guide to the most effective current medical, psychological, and neuropsychological diagnostic methods and interventions.
read more. . . 
Other new releases
Assessment in Health Psychology
Edited by Y. Benyamini, M. Johnston, E. C. Karademas
Assessment in Health Psychology presents and discusses the best and most appropriate assessment methods and instruments for all specific areas that are central for health psychologists. It also describes the conceptual and methodological bases for assessment in health psychology, as well as the most important current issues and recent progress in methods.
read more. . . 
The Essen Climate Evaluation Schema EssenCES
Edited by N. Schalast, M. Tonkin
The Essen Climate Evaluation Schema (EssenCES) described here is a short, well-validated questionnaire that measures three essential facets of an institution’s social atmosphere. An overview of the EssenCES is followed by detailed advice on how to administer and score it and how to interpret findings, as well as reference norms from various countries and types of institutions.
read more. . . 
Edited by S. Nashat
This latest volume of Rorschachiana illustrates the diversity of ideas and applications that projective methods offer. The general section includes one article proposing a theory linking perceptual, cognitive, and developmental theory on face perception and recognition and face content at the Rorschach.
read more. . . 
New Directions in Reactance Research
Edited by S. Sittenthaler, E. Jonas, E. Traut-Mattausch, J. Greenerg
Psychological reactance theory, formulated by Jack Brehm in 1966, is one of the most popular social psychological theories explaining how people respond to threats to their free behaviors and has attracted attention in both basic and applied research in areas such as health, marketing, politics, and education.
read more. . . 
Animal Behavior and Mental Illness
Edited by U. E. Lang
Most clinical observations and psychopathological symptoms in humans can be linked to basic neurobiological, experimental, behavioral, and interventional observations in animals.
read more. . . 
Negotiation and Persuasion 
How to be more persuasive and successful in negotiations: the science of winning people over with a fair and cooperative attitude
read more. . . 
Visit our booth at the following conferences & meetings 
American Psychiatric Association – 169th Annual Meeting
May 14-18, 2016,
Atlanta, GA
read more. . . 
See our books on display at the following meetings 
European Association of Urology
March 11-15, 2016, Munich (Wisepress)
Association of European Psychiatrists: 24th Annual Congress
March 12-15, 2016, Madrid (Wisepress)
4th Eating Disorders International Conference
March 16 – 19, 2016, London (Wisepress)
10th World Congress on Controversies in Neurology
March 17-20, 2016, Lisbon (Wisepress)
5th Biennial Schizophrenia International Research Society Conference
April 2-4, 2016, Florence (Wisepress)
British Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress
April 7-10, 2016, Birmingham (Wisepress)
Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
April 26-28, 2016, Liverpool (Wisepress)
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