Contributions of Developmental and Evaluation Research to Prevention and Intervention
by Thomas Bliesener, Andreas Beelmann, Mark Stemmler
Leading experts review the latest findings and recommendations concerning the roots and prevention of antisocial behavior and crime The developmental perspective is becoming increasingly significant in criminology and in research on antisocial and criminal behavior. Developmental criminology can exp…
Methods and Applications
by Mike W.-L. Cheung, Suzanne Jak
Big data is becoming more prevalent in psychology and the behavioral sciences, and so are the methodological and statistical issues that arise from its use. Psychologists need to be equipped to deal with these. Big data can be generated in experimental studies where, for example, participants’ physi…
Using the latest research synthesis techniques, leading researchers describe the state of the art in various research fields, test and compare theories, and derive conclusions about the effectiveness of
Using the latest research synthesis techniques, leading researchers describe the state of the art in various research fields, test and compare theories, and derive conclusions about the effectiveness of interventions.
Cutting-edge meta-analyses and research methodology in psychologyThis third collection of “Hotspots in Psychology” presents state-of-the-art meta-analytic research in psychology. It features the first systematic literature review of the empirical evidence regarding stability and change of values in …
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…
Progress and Yet Unsolved Problems
by 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.