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  1. Remembering

    New In the 22 chapters in this volume, many of the world’s foremost memory scientists report on their cutting-edge research on the nature of human memory, with several chapters reporting new empirical studies that are being published for the first time. All the contributions are inspired by the work of Larry Jacoby on human memory, with his emphasis on episodic memory -- that is, the processes and mechanisms that enable us to remember our own past experiences. 

  2. Interview with M. Joseph Sirgy, author of “Real Estate Marketing”

    Author M. Joseph Srigy sat down with Routledge to discuss his new title, Real Estate Marketing and how it is specifically designed to educate real estate students with the art and science of the real estate marketing profession.

  3. Interview with John Coleman: Why Won’t My Teenager Talk to Me?

    Watch the latest Routledge Books video on YouTube with John Coleman, a trained psychologist and renowned youth advocate, and see him discuss his new book, Why Won't My Teenager Talk to Me?


     

  4. Q&A with Paul Roberts, Co-Author of “University Trends”

    A university campus is a place with special resonance: conjuring images of cloistered quadrangles and wood-paneled libraries, oftentimes echoing centuries of scholarly tradition. And yet it is also a place of cutting-edge science, interactive learning, youth, vibrancy, and energy. In our exclusive interview, Paul Roberts, co-author of University Trends: Contemporary Campus Design, discusses the book and current trends in campus design.

  5. The World After Cheap Oil

    By Rauli Partanen, Harri Paloheimo and Heikki Waris

    The World After Cheap Oil offers a thorough package of information about oil; its uses and its role in our society’s important sectors. It presents the most prominent substitutes and alternatives, and their limits and promises. It also delves deep into the many risks, problems and mechanisms that can make the world after cheap oil a much more unstable place for nations and humanity as a whole. Read more...

  6. New Forestry Titles

    Take a look at some of our recently published titles in Forestry.

  7. Routledge Authors Highly Commended at BMA Medical Book Awards 2014

    Congratulations to Jenny Radcliffe, author of Cut Down to Size: Achieving success with weight loss surgery and Ray Owen, author of Living with the Enemy: Coping with the stress of chronic illness using CBT, mindfulness and acceptance for their recent success at the BMA Medical Book Awards 2014. Both authors were presented with Highly Commended certificates for their outstanding contributions to the medical literature.

    Read on to discover more about their award-winning titles…

  8. Trial-Based Cognitive Therapy

    NEW Trial-Based Cognitive Therapy presents a model that, although still inherently Beckian, organizes known cognitive and behavioral techniques in a step-by-step fashion in order to make cognitive therapy easier for the new therapist to learn, easier for patients to understand, and simpler to implement. Based on and backed up by a series of published studies, Trial-Based Cognitive Therapy lays out structured strategies for changing core beliefs about the self, and its clear, coherent, integrative conceptualization of psychopathology is presented as an easy-to-remember case-formulation model that is useful for both the therapist and the client. 

  9. Now Available: The Integrated Approach to Arabic Instruction

    "Anyone who has seen what Munther’s students can do in Arabic knows that his integrated approach is decidedly successful. This book begins with a rigorous overview of past research about variation in Arabic. It then provides convincing argumentation in favor of adopting an integrated approach along with actual examples. Finally, it debunks opposition and shows that the integrated approach meets our students’ needs by reflecting the sociolinguistic realities of the Arabic-speaking world." - Jeremy Palmer, American University of Sharjah, UAE 

    Leading teacher of Arabic, Munther Younes, explores the realities of teaching Arabic as a foreign language (AFL) and outlines his groundbreaking approach to instruction, tried and tested over many years at Cornell University.

    The Integrated Approach to Arabic Instruction introduces teachers to the features of an integrated Arabic program—one that simultaneously teaches the two varieties of the language, Modern Standard Written Arabic and the dialect, in a way that reflects the authentic practice of native Arabic speakers. This pedagogy, Younes argues, is the most logical, effective and economical method of instruction as it prepares students fully for the realities of the Arabic diglossic situation. 

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  10. Substance Abuse and the Family

    Just Published  Substance Abuse and the Family demonstrates what it means to view addiction through a systems lens by considering biology and genetics, family relationships, and larger systems. Throughout the text, Michael D. Reiter shows how to examine a person’s predilection to become addicted, his or her social environment around substance use, the functionality of his or her family, and various treatment options.

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