Hogrefe Publishing Newsletter June 2018
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New edition
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Dear colleague,
 
Are you a fan of our award-winning Clinical Handbook of Psychotropic Drugs? Then we have some terrific news for you! The new 4th edition of our Clinical Handbook of Psychotropic Drugs for Children & Adolescents is due for release in October and it is packed with substantial revisions and updates.
 
Check out the information below and find out how to save 25%!
 
Sincerely,
 
Your Hogrefe Publishing Team
New edition CHPD C&A
New edition coming October 2018 –
Pre-order now and save 25 %!
 
The Clinical Handbook of Psychotropic Drugs for Children and Adolescents has become a standard reference and working tool for psychiatrists, pediatricians, psychologists, physicians, pharmacists, and nurses, and is a must for all mental health professionals working with children and adolescents who need an up-to-date, easy-to use, comprehensive summary of all the most relevant information about psychotropic drugs.
 
New in this edition:
• Drugs for ADHD thoroughly revised and updated
• Antipsychotics with many changes and additions
• Antidepressants fully revised
• Hypnotics completely revised
• Mood stabilizers fully revised and a new toxicity comparison table added
• Drugs of abuse and treatment of substance use disorder comprehensively revised
• New unapproved treatments with significant updates
• New agents
• New formulations and trade names
 
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Latest from our journals
Social Psychology makes the front page of The Times
 
You might think that you need social psychology training to accurately understand social psychological phenomena. However, a paper by Anton Gollwitzer and John A. Bargh from Yale University published in our journal Social Psychology reported their studies on lay individuals’ skills at predicting social psychological phenomena (e.g., social loafing, attribution effects). The journal article’s title was quite dry, “Social Psychological Skill and Its Correlates”, but got headlines in the press:
 
The headline on the front page of The Times (March 23, 2018) in the UK was “Take it from people who know: older is not wiser". And a press release from Yale more or less accurately summarizing the findings as “Sad, lonely people more likely to be ‘natural’ social psychologists” helped lead to a posting on Reddit that was upvoted more than 56,000 times and attracted over 3,200 comments.
 
Unsurprisingly, it was also the most frequently read article on our journals platform, eContent.
Why do we enjoy reality shows?
 
In the Research Report Why do we enjoy reality shows – Is it really all about humiliation and gloating?, published in the Journal of Media Psychology, investigators looked at 163 people who reported on their own willingness to participate in such a show and how they would react if their families were involved. The study found that people who delight in watching reality shows don’t actually like to see others suffer and be humiliated. Indeed, people who enjoy watching reality shows seem to have a positive assessment of participating in the show.
Why do people give to online crowdfunding projects?
 
The study Go pro bono – Prosocial language as a success factor in crowdfunding, which has been published in the journal Social Psychology, suggests it’s all dependent upon the word you use to ask for their money. People want to invest in projects where a positive contribution to society is the result. By using prosocial words in their requests, groups were significantly more successful in their fundraising efforts.
Meet the author 
 
 
Ryan M. Niemiec, author of Character Strengths Interventions and Mindfulness and Character Strengths, is holding a keynote on “Mindfulness and Character Strengths: Integrating the Hot Topics of Positive Psychology” at the 9th European Conference on Positive Psychology on Friday, June 29, 2018 and will be available for a “meet-the-author” session at the Hogrefe/Wisepress booth afterwards from 10:30-11:00 am. Do come by!
 
Open access article 
 
 
Suicide Rates in Evacuation Areas After the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster – A 5-Year Follow-Up Study in Fukushima Prefecture by Masatsugu Orui, Yuriko Suzuki, Masaharu Maeda, and Seiji Yasumura
 
Visit our booth at the following conferences & meetings 
 
APA Psychology – 126th Annual Convention
August 9–12, 2018, San Francisco, CA
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See our books on display at the following meetings 
 
9th European Conference on Positive Psychology
June 27-30, 2018, Budapest (Wisepress)
 
British Association of Cognitive & Behavioral Psychotherapy Annual Meeting
July 1, 2018, Glasgow (Wisepress)
 
British Association of Psychopharmacology Summer Meeting
July 22-25, 2018, London (Wisepress)
 
World Congress of the International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions
July 23-27, 2018, Prague (Wisepress)
 
International Association of Medical Education Conference
August 25-29, 2018, Basel (Wisepress)
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