Open Science in Psychology

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New open access journal

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Help medical students prepare for behavioral science examinations

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Teaching Behavioral Science to Medical Students

Interview with Danny Wedding, PhD, MPH, and Margaret L. Stuber, MD

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Start using character strengths with your clients today!

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Diagnosing Depression

An article by J. Kim Penberthy, PhD

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Smartphones as Adult Pacifiers

An article by Daria J. Kuss, PhD

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Q&A on Hoarding Disorder

Interview With Dr. Gregory S. Chasson and Dr. Jedidiah Siev

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Childhood Maltreatment

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child we are offering 30% discount on the 2nd edition of the book.

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New Releases

Forthcoming Books

Suicide and Suicide Prevention From a Global Perspective

This book takes a global look at the current challenges and solutions in suicide prevention by exploring the major milestones and achievements reached so far to reduce suicides rates in six different geographical regions.

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Handbook of Person-Centered Mental Health Care

This handbook uses practical examples across clinical care, research, education, and healthcare administration to illustrate how to implement person-centered approaches for clients with serious mental health challenges.

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Strengths-Based Resilience

Help clients to build resilience to deal with different challenging phases in life with this color illustrated, evidence-based 14-session program that is informed by positive psychology and cognitive behavior therapy.

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Hotspots in Psychology 2020

This fourth “Hotspots in Psychology” is devoted to systematic reviews and meta-analyses in research-active fields that have generated a considerable number of primary studies. The common denominator is the research synthesis nature of the contributions, and not a specific psychological topic or theme that all articles have to address. This issue explores methodological advances in research synthesis methods relevant for any subfield of psychology. The contributions include: the application of a network meta-analytic approach to analyze the effect of transcranial direct current stimulation on memory; analyzing the performance of a meta-analytic structural equation modeling approach when variables in primary studies have been artificially dichotomized; assessing quality-related aspects of systematic reviews with AMSTAR and AMSTAR2; as well as a graphical approach to depict study-level statistical power in the context of meta-analysis.

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