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Routledge Psychology Routledge Psychology publishes psychology textbooks, monographs, professional books, tests, and with Routledge numerous journals available in print and online.
Routledge Psychology (formerly the Psychology Press imprint) publishes an impressive portfolio of psychology textbooks, monographs, professional books, tests, and in conjunction with Routledge numerous journals available in both print and online formats. Customer Services, UK/Europe: +44 (0)20 7017 7747 Order Enquiries, UK/Europe: +44 (0)1235 400 524 Order Enquiries, USA/Canada: +1 (800) 634-7064 About Taylor & Francis Group Taylor & Francis Group partners with researchers, scholarly societies, universities and libraries worldwide to bring knowledge to life. As one of the world’s leading publishers of scholarly journals, books, ebooks and reference works our content spans all areas of Humanities, Social Sciences, Science and Technology. From our network of offices in Oxford, Philadelphia, Melbourne, Singapore, Beijing, Tokyo, Stockholm, New Delhi and Johannesburg, Taylor & Francis staff provide local expertise and support to our editors, societies and authors and tailored, efficient customer service to our library colleagues.
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Routledge Psychology (formerly the Psychology Press imprint) publishes an impressive portfolio of psychology textbooks, monographs, professional books, tests, and in conjunction with Routledge numerous journals available in both print and online formats.

Routledge Education
05/01/2020

Routledge Education

Need to adapt to an online classroom? Click here https://bddy.me/2z06c6t to watch our on-demand webinar with Routledge author Susan Ko to Learn about How to Get Started with Online Teaching!

Watch our informative webinar, which explores what the benefits of e-Inspection Copies are for you! As well as how to re...
04/24/2020

Watch our informative webinar, which explores what the benefits of e-Inspection Copies are for you! As well as how to request, access, review and adopt an e-IC, plus you can hear from one of our UK Taylor & Francis Sales Representatives, who answers any questions our live audience had throughout the session https://bddy.me/2xWgRP9

Needing to adapt to an online classroom? Routledge Author, Susan Ko will be hosting a webinar on online teaching in the ...
03/31/2020

Needing to adapt to an online classroom? Routledge Author, Susan Ko will be hosting a webinar on online teaching in the coming weeks. Comment below with your questions to be answered during the webinar!

Struggling to find the right resources for your next course? Search Routledge, where we have it all. https://bddy.me/2Jr...
03/30/2020

Struggling to find the right resources for your next course? Search Routledge, where we have it all. https://bddy.me/2JrC8CI

There is still time to register for our live webinar, e-Inspection Copies: How to use them and why they’re beneficial fo...
03/12/2020

There is still time to register for our live webinar, e-Inspection Copies: How to use them and why they’re beneficial for you.

This webinar will consider how to request, access and review your complimentary digital textbook, as well as giving you the opportunity to ask us any questions about Taylor & Francis e-Inspection Copies.

https://bddy.me/2Q6GPoY

03/10/2020

The research world is rapidly changing, so what skills can researchers develop now to make them ready for the #researchfuture?

Check out the latest episode of our 15-minute podcast to discover four key skills for researchers of the future: https://bddy.me/2IyJl3j

How do you request, access and review your complimentary e-Inspection Copy Textbook? How do they benefit you?  Register ...
03/10/2020

How do you request, access and review your complimentary e-Inspection Copy Textbook? How do they benefit you?

Register for our live webinar to hear more on these topics and hear from one of our UK Sales Representatives!

https://bddy.me/2v7yCtt

How do you request, access and review your complimentary e-Inspection Copy Textbook? How do they benefit you?  Register ...
03/04/2020

How do you request, access and review your complimentary e-Inspection Copy Textbook? How do they benefit you? Register for our live webinar to hear more on these topics and hear from one of our UK Sales Representatives! https://bddy.me/3asklXg

e-Inspection Copies: How to use them and why they’re beneficial for you - Register for our live webinar discussing every...
03/02/2020

e-Inspection Copies: How to use them and why they’re beneficial for you - Register for our live webinar discussing everything to do with Taylor & Francis e-Inspection Copies. You will also be able to hear from one of our Sales Representatives! https://bddy.me/2TdNGPp

Routledge Education
03/02/2020

Routledge Education

Praise, rather than punish, to see up to 30% greater focus in the classroom.
These are findings from a recent article which discusses the effects of teachers’ praise-to-reprimand ratios on elementary students’ on-task behaviour: http://bit.ly/2uDEUks Routledge Psychology

02/28/2020

"The eReader changes the way readers engage with research, by delivering a more accessible and interactive experience and improving the ability to work successfully from mobile devices."
Learn more about our #eReader trial here: https://bddy.me/2PxAdQy

We're pleased to announce we've updated our specially curated textbook collections for 2020! Browse new & key titles des...
02/07/2020

We're pleased to announce we've updated our specially curated textbook collections for 2020! Browse new & key titles designed for the classroom and request your complimentary inspection copies today!
https://bddy.me/2vZuhsv

Research based on student stress, social media & mental health, and ABA therapy were some of our most downloaded #openac...
01/29/2020

Research based on student stress, social media & mental health, and ABA therapy were some of our most downloaded #openaccess research of 2019.
Find out more, including all top 10 articles of the year, here: https://bddy.me/313bLuJ #psychologyresearch

Kick-start your 2020 with our free Snapshop! Read advice from faculty members and our authors on how they balance their ...
01/10/2020

Kick-start your 2020 with our free Snapshop! Read advice from faculty members and our authors on how they balance their teaching and research commitments effectively. Download yours today! https://bddy.me/2uu1bR8

We surveyed faculty members regarding how they have been able to succeed with balancing their teaching and research. Thi...
12/20/2019

We surveyed faculty members regarding how they have been able to succeed with balancing their teaching and research. This free Snapshot shares their recommendations as well as helpful hints and tips from Taylor & Francis authors. Download yours today! https://bddy.me/2ScUP2k

We’re having a break from 20th December – 2nd January, so won’t be here to answer your social media questions. Wishing e...
12/18/2019

We’re having a break from 20th December – 2nd January, so won’t be here to answer your social media questions.
Wishing everyone a happy holidays from the Taylor & Francis team.

12/18/2019

Stressing over #finals? Make sure to follow these tips to reduce your stress and do your best! https://bddy.me/36KGYo6

Robert Grossmark re-visualizes the psychoanalytic process by considering the viability of psychoanalysis with patients w...
12/18/2019

Robert Grossmark re-visualizes the psychoanalytic process by considering the viability of psychoanalysis with patients who would normally be considered unsuitable for the analytic process in his book, The Unobtrusive Relational Analyst: Explorations in #Psychoanalytic Companioning.

American Group Psychotherapy Association has published a full book review on his new, proposed way of thinking: http://bit.ly/2IqBDZw

Do you struggle to find time as an academic? Our online resources include sample lesson plans, exercises, quizzes and mo...
12/05/2019

Do you struggle to find time as an academic? Our online resources include sample lesson plans, exercises, quizzes and more. Save yourself valuable time to concentrate on delivering great lectures to your students! Browse our textbook collection: https://bddy.me/387eiHn

A new idea called Attention-getting Mechanisms (AGMs) refer to an interpersonal style or particular behavior that one ad...
12/03/2019

A new idea called Attention-getting Mechanisms (AGMs) refer to an interpersonal style or particular behavior that one adopts and displays publicly that is unhealthy, repetitively counterproductive and ultimately harmful to self and/or others.

American Group Psychotherapy Association introduces this topic in a new study: http://bit.ly/31Qg8sE

Throughout #AcWriMo we have been sharing some of our top academic writing tips! If you are about to write your first jou...
11/26/2019

Throughout #AcWriMo we have been sharing some of our top academic writing tips! If you are about to write your first journal article and not sure where to begin, we have some of the best advice given by our journal editors ready for you here: https://bddy.me/2Dh1LTp

Are you at #ChsConf2019 today? We’re talking about #PublicationEthics in the arts, humanities & social sciences with COP...
11/07/2019

Are you at #ChsConf2019 today? We’re talking about #PublicationEthics in the arts, humanities & social sciences with COPE: Promoting integrity in research and its publication at 15:30 EDT.
Check out the study here: https://bddy.me/34F0x0a

Hungry? Sick of the dining hall? Download our free Healthy Eating Tips for Students snapshot for 5 easy dorm room recipe...
10/22/2019

Hungry? Sick of the dining hall? Download our free Healthy Eating Tips for Students snapshot for 5 easy dorm room recipes. https://bddy.me/2PaMVFw #tandfhealthyeats

American Group Psychotherapy Association studies the impact of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBGT) and group psychodynam...
10/17/2019

American Group Psychotherapy Association studies the impact of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBGT) and group psychodynamic psychotherapy (PDGT) on depressive symptoms and hostile attributions.

The study’s ultimate findings conclude that both CBGT and PDGT were able to decrease hostile attributions, but only CBGT decreased depressive symptoms.

Read the full study in the journal today: http://bit.ly/2Im0qO4

Our guest researcher for episode 11 of the podcast is Ella Kahu, Senior Lecturer at the University of New Zealand Her wo...
10/15/2019

Our guest researcher for episode 11 of the podcast is Ella Kahu, Senior Lecturer at the University of New Zealand Her work has focused on improving student experience in higher education, with a focus on distance learning https://bddy.me/35vsJUt

“Learning is transformational, and it does change people.” Ella Kahu completed her PhD as a mature student, and knows th...
10/10/2019

“Learning is transformational, and it does change people.” Ella Kahu completed her PhD as a mature student, and knows the impact that learning can have first-hand. Hear her story in ep 11: https://bddy.me/3237uXH

Episode 11 of the How Researchers Changed the World podcast is now live! Get it in all the usual podcast places or head ...
10/08/2019

Episode 11 of the How Researchers Changed the World podcast is now live! Get it in all the usual podcast places or head to our website 🎧 #howresearchers https://bddy.me/2VnKJvf

Episode 11 is out tomorrow, featuring Ella Kahu, whose research has focused on student engagement in higher education. M...
10/07/2019

Episode 11 is out tomorrow, featuring Ella Kahu, whose research has focused on student engagement in higher education. Make sure it's in your calendar! 📅 #howresearchers

Hungry? Sick of the dining hall? Download our free Healthy Eating Tips for Students for 5 easy dorm room recipes. #tandf...
10/04/2019

Hungry? Sick of the dining hall? Download our free Healthy Eating Tips for Students for 5 easy dorm room recipes. #tandfhealthyeats https://bddy.me/31I8eS2

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Cool: The presentations/ videos from the #metascience2019 symposium in #stanford are now online (free of course!). You are welcome to watch and share with your colleagues. Interesting and inspiring input for all science disciplines.
Oh. Obviously Dean Radin was wrong on this one …
Interesting article on Observer Consciousness Prior work by Radin et al. reported the astonishing claim that an anomalous effect on double-slit (DS) light-interference intensity had been measured as a function of quantum-based observer consciousness. Given the radical implications, could there exist an alternative explanation, other than an anomalous consciousness effect, such as artifacts including systematic methodological error (SME)? To address this question, a conceptual replication study involving 10,000 test trials was commissioned to be performed blindly by the same investigator who had reported the original results.
Metascience - the Science of Science An article worth reading - supported by the Fetzer Franklin Fund. Metascience, also known as metaresearch or the science of science, attempts to use quantifiable scientific methods to elucidate how science works and why it sometimes fails.
"How to reveal uncontrolled false-positives in scientific experiments?" A new approach to face the replication crisis (bzw. reproducibility crisis) in psychology - as discussed at the #metascience2019 symposium in Stanford
"How to reveal uncontrolled false-positives in scientific experiments?" A new approach to face the replication crisis (bzw. reproducibility crisis) in psychology - as discussed at the #metascience2019 symposium in Stanford
METASCIENCE RESEARCH REFORM MOVEMENT A novel research protocol has been published for improving the scientific process towards more robust findings: The Advanced Meta-Experimental Protocol (AMP) "How to reveal uncontrolled false-positives in scientific experiments?" READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE:
The Purpose of Life …is Life Robert Magill Note ( I used logical simplicity a.la Einstein but could not include freedom.) The sole purpose of life, and therefore our only human purpose may simply be, life itself. That, upon reflection, would appear to be almost enough. The life force does have its urges though, lots of them, it would appear. After countless eons of self-replication along came sexual reproduction, life had apparently gotten to be in somewhat more of a hurry. Life then pursued bigger and better forms of itself as mobility, size, vision etc. ensued over time. Vision was unique and a promising end in itself, but life appeared to desire a different platform with which to fully employ this new sense. Many prototypes came and went, and eventually on the scene appeared humankind complete with a newly acquired awareness. Whence came then, this thing, this awareness, this brightness in the void, so cherished by life our very species could be made forfeit to preserve it? Perhaps it was the animal curiosity of some lumbering hominid possessed of sufficient cranial matter that chanced upon a source. The menu of vegetable suspects is quite large. The plants, cacti, mushrooms and vines that possess the chemical soups that have the ability, and perhaps desire to exert themselves aggressively when combined with suitable host brain, is legion. We currently regard these substances as “mind altering” but could they perhaps have been “mind creating” at some remote point in time? Students of psychedelic phenomenon have reported a tendency among this family of substances to exhibit a strong urge to promote its own agenda over the host consciousness at times. Life, in this way, may have introduced the initial spark of awareness in receptive hominid brains with suitable vegetable matter containing psychedelic chemical ingredients. Imagine the wonder this revelation surely produced in a previously unconscious world. The binges and quest for more light shows that followed in the still only partially illuminated minds of these creatures must have been incredible. Perhaps this initial visitation of consciousness onto a receptive human brain and the incredible awakening produced therein is responsible for the ongoing human quest for enlightenment. Our species has demonstrated a universal affinity for various visions, ecstasies and raptures and they have been zealously sought for millennia. Perhaps then, a racial memory of, and longing for a return to that original staggering event gives impetus to the universal spiritual quests we humans faithfully follow to this day Eventually something went wrong between human beings and the life force. . We know large portions of the recent history of our species and it's not very good. Considering our known history, can we begin to significantly amend our ways if life demands a timely accounting? So if and when life decides we have exhausted all possibility of further usefulness, and our excesses overwhelm life's other vital interests, do we then risk severance of the thread with life? Should not we begin to tug ever more gently at this tether to lessen our risk? Does life even care about the fate of us, its creature? Probably not, countless other species have traveled along on life's quest, prospered to a degree and vanished. Will we join them? Of course it is possible life may now be providing itself with a non-life fallback to the dilemma posed by our misuse of awareness and consciousness. If humankind becomes suspect of probable catastrophic losses to many of its other progeny, life then may seek to substitute Artificial Intelligence for flawed human intelligence. We, ourselves, may rapidly be creating the instruments for our future replacement with life's resigned encouragement. Life may value this tediously acquired awareness beyond all measure. More the pity for humankind. These phenomena are unique on the planet; life, the life force and the awareness/consciousness of one primate species. What we regard as ultimate reality is simply the stories we tell ourselves and others combined with whatever actions humans are capable of accomplishing. Humanity must now learn to live with 5 Gigabit technology becoming a reality and should perhaps begin to wonder which future Gigabit number will be the one to provide the artificial intelligence and awareness deemed sufficient by the life force to render human beings redundant if it chooses to do so? Could we, perhaps, amend our behavior? [email protected]
Please support my page Religion is Unethical if you agree that religions brainwash children, and you understand the psychological problems that come with that.
At NASP and a bit disappointed in the service provided at the book table. SMH.
Hey there! If you could take 10-15mins out of your day to do my online survey for my dissertation I would really appreciate it! This survey aims to investigate how students (specifically Malaysian and White British students) cope with exam stress and I need as many participants as I can get so it would be great if you could me out! 😊 ❤
A number of "evidence-based practice" claims in the psychotherapy marketplace remain insufficiently tested, and too many of those remain insufficiently challenged. Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted, counts... from Re-Visioning Person-Centred Therapy: Theory and Practice of a Radical Paradigm, edited by Manu Bazzano (Routledge, June 2018)