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  1. New in Work Psychology

    Check out these new titles about work psychology.

  2. Categorical and Nonparametric Data Analysis

    "This book is unique in its coverage of categorical and nonparametric techniques, step-by-step examples, presentation of learning aids, and of internet resources. It is an important textbook on these topics as well as a useful reference book." – Joanne Peng, Indiana University, USA 

    To read more about this textbook, please click here.

    To request a complimentary copy for your course, please click here

  3. Explore the latest Psychology Library Editions

    The Routledge Library Editions publishing program reissues previously out of print books from the Routledge archives, bringing past scholarship to a new generation of students and faculty and offering institutions an unparalleled opportunity to build a library according to research interests or student requirements.

  4. Psychology of Sustainability

    “In this brilliantly structured textbook, Robert Jones delves into the aspects of human psychology that underlie contemporary issues in sustainability..." -Neal Ashkanasy, Professor of Management, University of Queensland, Australia 

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  5. Just Published: Warring with Words

    "The dynamics of communication and persuasion are overwhelmingly carried by what is said, how arguments are framed, and how factual information is 'spun.' In this timely volume the authors, all leading experts in their respective fields, examine this all important topic of human interaction. A must read for all those with an interest in the processes of social influence and in the secrets of effectively 'saying things with words." - Arie W. Kruglanski, Ph.D., University of Maryland

  6. Now Available; Neuroeconomics, Judgment, and Decision Making

    "Neuroeconomics and Decision Making examines the processes that go on in our minds when making choices from a number of angles, looking at traditional psychological tenets and combining these with knowledge gleaned from the newest technical advances in neuroscience. This volume will fascinate social scientists, neuroscientists, and the interested public at large." --Ernst Fehr, Ph.D., University of Zurich

  7. Just Published: Teaching Psychology

    This volume provides thoroughly updated guidelines for preparing and teaching an entire course in psychology. Based on best principles and effective psychological and pedagogical research, it offers practical suggestions for planning a course, choosing teaching methods, integrating technology appropriately and effectively, developing student evaluation instruments and programs, and ideas for evaluation of your own teaching effectiveness. 

  8. Just Published: Working Memory and Ageing

    The rapid growth in the numbers of older people worldwide has led to an equally rapid growth in research on the changes across age in cognitive function, including the processes of moment to moment cognition known as working memory. This book brings together international research leaders who address major questions about how age affects working memory:

  9. New: Psychology After Lacan

    Ian Parker has been a leading light in the fields of critical and discursive psychology for over 25 years. The Psychology After Critique series brings together for the first time his most important papers. Each volume in the series has been prepared by Ian Parker and presents a newly written introduction and focused overview of a key topic area. Psychology After Lacan is the sixth volume in the series.

  10. Congratulations to Roger Giner-Sorolla!

    Judging Passions: Moral Emotions in Persons and Groups has been shortlisted for the British Psychological Society Book Award (Academic Monograph category) 2014! Judging Passions asks if we should be concerned that important moral judgments can be swayed by "hot" passions, such as anger, disgust, guilt, shame and sympathy. Drawing on extensive research, including many studies from the author’s own lab, the book shows why emotions work to encourage reasonable moral behavior – and why they sometimes fail.

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