New books
Latest from our journals
Dear Melanie Beck,
The warming weather and the days getting longer means that spring is starting to arrive! With this new season brings new releases, including new publications in positive psychology treatment and also methodological areas of research.
We are also thankful for those who visited us at our virtual booth at the IPPA Evidence in Action conference on March 18–20. If you missed us at the conference you can still receive a discount on selected publications – read on to find out more.
Your Hogrefe Publishing Team
New books
by Fredrike Bannink / Nicole Geschwind
Positive CBT integrates positive psychology and solution-focused brief therapy within a cognitive-behavioral framework. It focuses not on reducing what is wrong, but on building what’s right.
  • Learn about the evidence-base for positive CBT
  • Teach clients what works for them with the treatment protocols
  • Download client workbooks
Available for release April 2021, and you can pre-order now!
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Discount on Positive Psychology Titles
Extending our promotion from the IPPA Evidence in Action conference, please take a look at our collection and save 20% on your order using our discount code at checkout. Offer is valid through April 15.
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Hotspots in Psychology 2021
Edited by Michael Bošnjak / Nadine Wedderhoff / Holger Steinmetz
State-of-the-art meta-analyses and methodological advances in research synthesis methods from the field of psychology, featuring methodological advances in the area of research synthesis methods.
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Latest from our journals
International Perspectives in Psychology
Our Latest Journal Addition
APA Division 52’s journal, now being publishing by Hogrefe, is committed to publishing research that examines human behavior and experiences around the globe from a psychological perspective. It publishes intervention strategies that use psychological science to improve the lives of people around the world. International Perspectives in Psychology incorporates empirical findings from education, medicine, political science, public health, psychology, sociology, gender and ethnic studies, and related disciplines. Check out the latest issue which is free access!
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Editorial: The Environment and Suicide – Why Suicidologists should support climate change policies.
“It has long been known that the environment in which we live has an impact on our physical health. It has become apparent in recent years that the environment may also have an impact on our mental health and on suicide.” The editorial discusses the colleration between climate change and increasing risk of suicides.
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Social Psychology
New issue
The latest issue discusses topics such as multiculturalism and ethnic prejudice, voice pitch as a cue for gender stereotyping and sec differences concerning prosocial behaviour in social dilemmas among other topics.
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