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As we prepare for the upcoming gift-giving season, we wanted to give you something for the holidays!
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And as we close out the year, we would like to say a special “thank you” to everyone we met at in-person conferences, our authors we interviewed, and all existing and new members of the Hogrefe community. We are so grateful for your support over this past year and we wish you all Happy Holidays!
Book of the month
Handbook of Person-Centered Mental Health Care
by Nosheen Akhtar / Cheryl Forchuk / Katherine McKay / Sandra Fisman / Abraham Rudnick
We’re delighted to present our “Book of the Month” for December 2022.
Person-centered mental health care is essential for keeping service users at the center of care. This handbook uses practical examples across health care, research, education, and leadership to illustrate how to implement person-centered approaches for and with the growing population of service users who have mental health challenges.
To learn more about what being a book of the month involves (hint: it includes a discount code!) click on the link below.
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Referral program
All new newsletter subscribers will be emailed a 10% discount voucher to use with your next purchase.
All referrers get a free eBook from our popular Advances in Psychotherapy series. Ask your colleague to forward their newsletter subscription confirmation to along with your email address and which eBook you want.
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New releases
Handbook of Positive Psychology Assessment
Edited by: Willibald Ruch / Arnold B. Bakker / Louis Tay / Fabian Gander
Learn how to select the right positive psychology (PP) assessment tool for the right situation.
The latest volume in our Psychological Assessment – Science and Practice series gives a state-of-the-art overview of assessment in the field of positive psychology, including a comprehensive survey of current theories, approaches, issues, and assessment instruments. Written by internationally renowned authors, the book looks at well-being, traits, states, and behavior, and presents the relevant psychometric properties, while considering assessment challenges.
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How to Measure Mind: A Historical and Epistemological Approach to Psychological Assessment
Edited by: Santo Di Nuovo / Maria Sinatra
Now available in print.
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Latest in our journals
Special Issue: New Insights From Other Psychological Disciplines for Rorschach Users
This special issue is an effort to advance a common language to talk about the Rorschach both with Rorschach users and with non-Rorschach users. One of the articles reflects on the fundamental question, “Why is the Rorschach test useful?” (Meyer and Friston, 2022). Another article suggests the potential for biased interpretations of the test results depending on other factors such as hemispheric dominance (Christman, 2022).
For more information about the special issue, read the editorial below.
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Journal of Individual Differences
This new issue looks into shame and its relationship with pathological personality traits, the impact of different genres of background music on a memory test, and also the role of emotion differentiation.
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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.
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