Applied Methods and Techniques
by Ioana V. Koglbauer, Sonja Biede-Straussberger
This volume on the latest methods and tools for applied research in aviation psychology guides the diverse range of professionals working within aviation on how to adapt flexibly to the continuously evolving requirements of the aeronautical landscape.
A Field Guide for Practitioners
by Ryan M. Niemiec
The definitive, practical handbook on positive psychology and character strengths for practitioners working in coaching, psychology, education, and business –with more than 70 interventions, each backed by scholarly references and with easy-touse handouts!
How European Psychologists Can Meet the Challenges
by Alexander Thomas
Cultural diversity – how psychologists can meet the challenges and grasp the opportunitiesCulture and diversity are both challenge and opportunity. This volume looks at what psychologists are and can be doing to help society meet the challenges and grasp the opportunities in education, at work, and …
This collection of contributions by international experts in the field explores the role of dark personality in the workplace, including narcissism, power motives, and leadership outcomes of dark personality.
Standards and Quality in Education for Professional Psychologists
by Ingrid Lunt, José Maria Peiró, Ype Poortinga, Robert A. Roe
The only comprehensive professional handbook on EuroPsy, the European standard and benchmark for education and training in psychology. This book is mandatory reading for anyone involved with accreditation, education, quality assurance, and assessment of standards in psychology. EuroPsy has been acce…
From Practice to Theory and from Theory to Practice
by Laura Nota, Jérôme Rossier
Our lives and careers are becoming ever more unpredictable. The “life-design paradigm” described in detail in this ground-breaking handbook helps counselors and others meet people’s increasing need to develop and manage their own lives and careers. Life-design interventions, suited to a wide variety…
for Supervisors, Facilitators, and Peer Groups
by Fredrike Bannink
This clearly written, practical handbook describes an innovative and successful approach to individual, group, and peer supervision that is suitable for use in any environment (clinical, corporate, educational, health, governmental, community): positive supervision.Positive supervision focuses on wh…
Introduces a new form of conflict management that is shorter, more hopeful, and more cost-effective than traditional methods – essential reading for mediators, lawyers, jury experts, and managers.Benjamin Franklin once said: “Every problem is an opportunity in disguise.” In the new and highly succes…
A Practical Guide to Flourishing
by Ryan M. Niemiec
Learn how to combine mindfulness and character strengths to help clients flourish:Detailed primer on combining mindfulness with character strengthsStep-by-step guidance through the 8-session program30 session handoutsAudio exercisesFull of inspiring quotes and storiesMore about the bookAt the core o…
The Science and Art of Winning Cooperative Partners
by Marco Behrmann
How to be more persuasive and successful in negotiations: the science of winning people over with a fair and cooperative attitudeScientific research shows that the most successful negotiators analyze the situation thoroughly, self-monitor wisely, are keenly aware of interpersonal processes during th…
Using Films to Build Character Strengths and Well-Being
by Ryan M. Niemiec, Danny Wedding
New in this editionDozens of evocative movie images to help discuss key pointsThree completely new chapters on "PERMA" (positive emotions, engagement, relationships, meaning, and accomplishment), the 5 core areas of well-being discussed by positive psychologists:o Positive Relationshipso Mindfulness…
Causes and Consequences, Prevention and Intervention
by Werner Tschan
Essential reading about a notoriously difficult problem: how abusive professionals manipulate their clients and what we as organizations and individuals can do about it.Professional sexual misconduct (PSM) is a problem that is notoriously difficult to address and that can be a minefield for all conc…
Measurement Properties and Theoretical Advances
by Peter Karl Jonason
This volume explores the latest research on the assessment of the dark personality traits, including the Dark Triad of narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy, and more. With an internationally renowned group of contributors, it provides a comprehensive, evidence-based overview of the personality traits currently being explored and the instruments used to measure these.
Researchers and practitioners interested in applying the Dark Triad in personnel work will find this book full of valuable information on how to undertake legally compliant processes and how to utilize the great potential these personality characteristics have in making decisions on aptitude.
An Introduction to Jungian Type Theory
by Richard Bents, Reiner Blank
Provides a clear understanding of the dynamics of typical people and of psychological type theory, as well as their practical use in real life.Understanding the Dynamics of Typical People is a humorous, and at the same time clear, systematic, and well-founded introduction to C.J. Jung’s Type Theory.…