A new publication titled Beyond the Crime Scene: A Contextual Forensic Psychology Guide takes readers on an in-depth journey into the intersection of psychology and the legal system.
- Society & Culture
- Inspirational Stories
Chronos Publishing is delighted to announce that they have signed Stephen Gillen in a two-book deal.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
A new children’s book, The Elephant in the Room, written by Ian James has been launched today, aligning with World Mental Health Day.
- Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
Jenkins praises Devine’s ability to present grief in an empathetic, digestible format.
As both a professional writer who is required to read a lot or a book lover, you may know how reading conditions and what you read affect your satisfaction.
Fantastic well-being books Summersdale has published recently are full of tips and advice to help you understand and deal with various mental health issues.
- Resources, Announcements & Books
This ground-breaking new book, with 28 contributions from academics worldwide, “brilliantly” explores ethics and law in relation to animals.
It has been three years since I first published ‘University on Watch: Crisis in the Academy’ in 2019.
This is an important book. Do not even think of not buying it. It’s available from PsychHub and other usual suppliers.
A researcher at the University of Missouri recently created fitness picture books that help youth with autism exercise more frequently.
People who read regularly have higher levels of self-esteem, have less stress and can cope better with difficult situations.
- Mind & Brain
Medical University of South Carolina researchers report in Current Biology that the brain uses similar visual areas for mental imagery and vision.
Together: An Anthology from the COVID-19 Pandemic, is a first of its kind collection of human experiences from the 2020 pandemic.
Small Fingernails, as a prequel to University on Watch, has a more reader-friendly narrative.
- Health & Wellness
‘Positive Sleep’ Is a Holistic Approach to Resolve Sleep Issues. Here’s How It Can Transform Your Life
Approximately 1.5 million people in the UK suffer from sleep disorders.