Hogrefe Publishing Newsletter September 2018
Hogrefe news
New in the APT series
Another new release
Dear Colleague,
This month sees the release of two new child and adolescent titles in our renowned book series Advances in Psychotherapy – Evidence-Based Practice. Read here about Childhood Obesity and Childhood Maltreatment, which has just been published in its second edition.
And don't forget to browse through our journals – learn about the new submission format for European Journal of Psychological Assessment and check out our latest open access articles.
Your Hogrefe Publishing Team
Hogrefe news
Interview with Ryan M. Niemiec
In our last newsletter we informed you about the meet-the-author session with Ryan M. Niemiec at the 9th European Conference on Positive Psychology in Budapest. Besides signing lots of copies of his books Mindfulness and Character Strengths and Character Strengths Interventions as well as holding a keynote speech on “Mindfulness and Character Strengths: Integrating the Hot Topics of Positive Psychology,” Ryan also found some time to share his experiences at the ECPP 2018 in an interview with his editor from Hogrefe.
Watch the full interview here. 
New in the Advances in Psychotherapy series
Childhood Maltreatment, 2nd edition
by Christine Wekerle / David A. Wolfe / Judith A. Cohen / Daniel S. Bromberg / Laura Murray
The new edition of this popular, evidence-based guide compiles and reviews all the latest knowledge on assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of childhood maltreatment – including neglect and physical, sexual, psychological, or emotional abuse. Readers are led through this complex problem with clear descriptions of legal requirements for recognizing, reporting, and disclosing maltreatment as well as the best assessment and treatment methods. The focus is on the current gold standard approach – trauma-focused CBT. The appendix provides a sample workflow of a child protection case and a list of extensive resources, including webinars.
read more. . . 
Childhood Obesity
by Denise E. Wilfley / John R. Best / Jodi Cahill Holland / Dorothy J. Van Buren
This compact volume by leading experts gives health professionals a clear overview of the current scientific knowledge on childhood obesity, from causality models and diagnosis to prevention and treatment. In particular, the authors outline a family-based treatment method which is best supported by the evidence and meets the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics and other organizations. The appendix provides the clinician with hands-on tools: a session plan, a pretreatment assessment form, self-monitoring forms, and a meal planning and physical activity worksheet.
read more. . . 
Another new release
Delusions – Risk Factors, Models, and Approaches to Psychological Intervention
edited by Tania Lincoln
Delusions (fixed, false beliefs that are not amenable to change in light of conflicting evidence) typically occur in the context of mental disorders and are the most prominent symptom of psychosis. They are accompanied by severe distress both for the person who holds them and for other people involved. This collection of research from around the world focuses both on the challenge of improving our understanding of the psychological mechanisms that underlie delusions and on psychological therapy approaches that can be derived from this knowledge.
read more. . . 
Latest from our journals
EJPA introduces registered reports as new submission format
Samuel Greiff, Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Psychological Assessment, has some exciting news to share:
“We are excited to announce that EJPA is the first assessment journal to introduce Registered Reports as a new submission format for authors and as a sign of our dedication to the principles of transparency and open science. Registered Reports are a great way of ensuring reliable and valid results in science and are an important addition to the existing article types in EJPA. More information about this important development in the field of psychological assessment can be found in a recent EJPA editorial.”
Read the full editorial for free. 
New open access articles 
Self-Serving Bias in Memories – Selectively Forgetting the Connection Between Negative Information and the Self by Yanchi Zhang, Zhe Pan, Kai Li, and Yongyu Guo
Developing Behavior Change Interventions for Self-Management in Chronic Illness – An Integrative Overview by Vera Araújo-Soares, Nelli Hankonen, Justin Presseau, Angela Rodrigues, and Falko F. Sniehotta
Assessing a Bayesian Embedding Approach to Circular Regression Models by Jolien Cremers, Tim Mainhard, and Irene Klugkist
Visit our booth at the following conferences & meetings 
33rd European Association for Aviation Psychology Conference
September 24-28, 2018, Dubrovnik, Croatia
read more. . . 
65th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
October 22-27, 2018, Seattle, WA
read more. . . 
52nd Annual Convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
November 15-18, 2018, Washington, DC
read more. . . 
See our books on display at the following meetings 
International Congress on Borderline Personality Disorder
September 27-29, 2018, Barcelona (Wisepress)
Royal College of General Practitioners Annual Conference
October 4-6, 2018, Glasgow (Wisepress)
European College of Neuropsychopharmacology Congress
October 6-9, 2018, Barcelona (Wisepress)
Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis Annual Congress
October 10-12, 2018, Berlin (Wisepress)
Congress of the European Academy of Paediatric Societies
October 30-November 3, 2018, Paris (Wisepress)
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