In today’s world, people can work anywhere and at any time thanks to new technologies and worktime arrangements such as flexitime. Despite advantages for employers and employees, boundaries between work and private life are more blurred. Here, leading experts discuss recent developments and findings…
Theory of mind - precursors, lifespan development, expression, and in human-robot interactionsTheory of mind (ToM) - the ability to attribute mental states to oneself and to others - is known to develop from infancy, and to improve markedly in early childhood. What we don’t know is how ToM develops,…
Contributions from around the world explore the latest developments in the psychology of forensic evidence: What are the challenges of evaluating and applying forensic evidence in criminal proceedings?
Challenges and Solutions for Implementing the United Nations’ Goals
por Suman Verma, Anne C. Petersen, Jennifer E. Lansford
Working Toward Sustainable Development for AllIn September 2015, 193 member states of the United Nations adopted the action plan Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which outlines 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Agenda recognizes the need to look beyond …
The second edition of this popular volume has been revised and fully updated to show which empirically supported approaches to assessment, management, and treatment really help those at risk of suicidal behavior.
A multifaceted look at how young people politicize and what factors lead to their political actions Antithetical patterns of youth political and civic engagement have been observed in recent years. Many young people are uninterested in politics and political participation, whereas others are highly …
Compact, evidence-based guidance by leading experts on the diagnosis and treatment of panic disorder and agoraphobia. Tables,boxed clinical pearls, and marginal notes assist orientation, while checklists and summary boxes provide tools for use in daily practice.]]
Progress and Yet Unsolved Problems
por Frank Renkewitz, Moritz Heene
Presenting the latest research and commentaries on addressing the replication crisis in psychology – What has and has not been achieved and what insights have open science standards brought to our knowledge about psychological phenomena and how we carry out research.
Understand Yourself and Take Charge of Your Behavior
por Johannes Storch, Corinne Morgenegg, Maja Storch, Julius Kuhl
Using the example of four colleagues working together in a small company, Now I Get It! shows us the main personality types and their strengths and weakness in such a way that we gain real “now I get it!” insights into what is going on in our own and others’ subconscious.
Learn about new methods for investigating metamemory and read about the latest developments in the fieldMetamemory is ubiquitous in everyday life: We are confronted with what we know about our own learning and memory processes and how we assess and regulate these processes on a daily basis. The rese…
Added Value of Combining Brain Imaging and Behavioral Research
por Elsbeth Stern, Roland H. Grabner, Ralph Schumacher
In this interdisciplinary issue, leading experts look back at the
progress made within educational neuroscience over the last
decade, focusing on the bidirectional relationship between
neuroscience and behavioral research.
New Perspectives and Findings
por Wolfgang H.R. Miltner, Otto W. Witte
The brain continuously adapts its structures and functions to changes in its environment in a process called neural plasticity. Research indicates that psychotherapy and rehabilitation are only effective when they induce such neural plasticity. Here, leading experts discuss the most recent research …
Interdisciplinary approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of mental disordersOur understanding of the mechanisms guiding adaptive behavior and normal psychological functioning and of how these processes become disrupted in various forms of mental disorders has increased but translating the results…