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We’re excited to be attending the 56th ABCT Convention in New York City this month! Please check out our booth (#404) to see our latest book releases, including the most recent releases in our Advances in Psychotherapy series, developed and edited with the support of the Society of Clinical Psychology (APA Division 12).
New titles in the book series include:
Body Dysmorphic Disorder,
Affirmative Counseling for Transgender and Gender Diverse Clients,
Suicidal Behavior, 2nd ed., and
Psychological Approaches to Cancer Care.
When you see us you can also enjoy a 20% conference discount on a wide range of our book titles!
Book of the month
Internet Addiction
by Daria J. Kuss / Halley M. Pontes
We’re delighted to present our “Book of the Month” for November 2022.
The volume Internet Addiction, part of the Advances in Psychotherapy series, is an evidence-based guide written by leading experts from the field, which helps disentangle the debates and controversies around internet addiction and outlines the current assessment and treatment methods.
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Creativity is considered one of the main 21st century skills to be promoted in education and a key to success and progress in society. Learn more below about how you can incorporate this in your work. 
Creative Response Evaluation - Work 
By James C. Kaufman / Roni Reiter-Palmoni
Research shows that creativity is one of the characteristics most needed to cope with today’s complex business environment. The Creative Response Evaluation – Work (CRE-W) assists organizations with selection, development, and the building of successful project teams by measuring different types of creative thinking in a business context.
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European Psychologist
Special Issue: Creativity Today
This new editorial as part of the latest issue of European Psychologist describes the field of creativity research and why this was selected as the theme of this special issue.
In celebrating creativity, the articles selected showcase current work from scholars in this topic, including the impact of web search on creative thinking, immersive virtual environments’ impact on creativity, and “School Does Not Kill Creativity.”
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New eBook release
How to Measure Mind: A Historical and Epistemological Approach to Psychological Assessment
Edited by: Santo Di Nuovo / Maria Sinatra
Get to grips with the debate around the historical epistemological origins of psychometric assessment.
How can mental faculties be objectified and what influence does subjectivity have on the object being measured and the mind measuring it? What are the consequences of quantifying complex and interdependent functions and scaling these measurements for psychometric instruments? The contributors of this edited volume explore these questions by adopting a historical and epistemological approach to consider how psychometric assessment was born and developed within the affirmation of psychology as an empirical science.
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Calls for papers
Our journals are always looking for high-quality, relevant submissions. Below we have listed current calls for papers for special issues and sections that our journals aim to publish in the coming months. Check out the list below to see if your work might be appropriate.
European Journal of Psychological Assessment
Special issue: “Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses in Psychological Assessment”
International Perspectives in Psychology
Topical issue: Reproductive Justice: Global and Psychological Perspectives
Special issue: “The Use of the Rorschach to Enhance Diagnostic Systems”
Zeitschrift für Psychologie
Topical issue: Real-World Bio-Psycho-Social Assessments