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  • Perception and attention
    Ansorge, Ulrich, Leder, Helmut

    The book provides basic knowledge about two basic areas of general psychology:

    Human perception and attention. Which theories are important? What controversies and questions are the researchers currently dealing with, and how have the areas developed historically? The authors introduce the most important basic questions in a clear, understandable form and thus help readers to find orientation and an overview.

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  • Personality Psychology for Bachelor's
    Asendorpf, Jens B.

    The "Psychology of Personality" is presented in a compact yet complete textbook in a very understandable, practical and entertaining way: What role does personality play in everyday life, science and practice? How has personality research developed historically? How do you differentiate and grasp different areas of personality such as intelligence, social skills or attitudes, what influence does the environment have, what do we know about cultural differences?

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  • Learning, motivation and emotion
    Bak, Peter Michael

    This concise textbook contains the most important psychological theories and concepts in the areas of learning, motivation and emotion. It is specially designed for students who want strong practical relevance. The careful didactics, exam questions, additional digital materials and summaries provide an optimal basis for understanding the subject matter and preparing for exams in General Psychology II.

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  • Media psychology
    Batinic, Bernad, Appel, Markus

    A life without media? - We can hardly imagine that anymore. Whether for information, communication or entertainment, we use a wide variety of media on a daily basis, from private telephone calls to television consumption to pure media workplaces. However, it is not always easy to deal with media competently - psychological research is required when it comes to media use and media effects. Media psychology deals with exciting and socially important topics, e.g. the connection between media and violence or the effects of talk shows. But also mobile communication, mass media and mass communication, the role of the media for democracy, teaching and learning with multimedia and the Internet are topics of media psychology - and thus also of this textbook.

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  • General Psychology: An Introduction
    Becker-Carus, Christian, Wendt, Mike

    This classic textbook as an introduction to the basic topics of general psychology (I and II) is also an excellent work for reference and for deepening knowledge. It is aimed primarily at students and is ideally suited to preparing for exams in the bachelor's and master's degree programs. In addition, with its clear structure, illustrations and easy readability, the book also fascinates students from neighboring disciplines and anyone interested in this topic.

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  • Your way to exam success
    Bensberg, Gabriele

    The path through the course is paved with exams: oral or written exams here - lectures, presentations there. And in the application phase afterwards, things continue straight away: telephone interviews, job interviews, assessment centers. It is advisable to learn tips and tricks as early as possible on how to prepare for all kinds of exam situations and how to keep the fears that are completely normal in check!

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  • Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Volume I.
    Berking, Matthias, Rief, Winfried

    Clinical psychology and psychotherapy in two volumes - easy to learn, practical, compact and complete! For psychology students in their bachelor's degree or to prepare for the master's degree.

    This volume contains all test-relevant topics on disorder knowledge: Presentation of all important disorders (from A for "Affective disorders" to Z for "Obsessive-compulsive disorder") as well as the central intervention methods.

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  • Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Volume II
    Berking, Matthias, Rief, Winfried

    Clinical psychology and psychotherapy in two volumes - easy to learn, practical, compact and complete! For psychology students in the bachelor's or to prepare for the master's

    This volume contains all exam-relevant topics on procedures in psychotherapy and counseling - from classic procedures such as cognitive behavioral therapy to modern approaches such as CBASP or internet therapy as well as the active factors of psychotherapy.

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  • General Psychology for Bachelor's: Thinking - Judging, Deciding, Problem Solving
    Betsch, Tilmann, Funke, Joachim, Plessner, Henning

    General psychology in 4 compact volumes! - Put together the modules you need from this new series, depending on the focus of your studies and examinations. This volume contains all exam-relevant topics of the subject “Thinking”: In the “Deciding” part, the central phases of the decision-making process are presented, from the search for information and evaluation processes to the effects of a decision made. In the second part, "Judging", the reader gets to know the human strategies and rules for making judgments and how judgments are influenced socially, emotionally and motivationally. Theories and exciting phenomena of “problem solving” form part 3 of the volume.

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  • Language and thought
    Beyer, Reinhard, Gerlach, Rebekka

    The book gives a well-founded overview of the important questions in the context of language and thinking and provides answers, for example, to the following topics: How does language work? What happens in our head when we think? How do we solve problems? And what is the relationship between thinking and language? Taking into account historical experiments and current research results, basic concepts and theories about language and thinking are conveyed. The reader can test his knowledge by answering exercise questions on each topic. Corresponding answers by the authors can be found in Chapter 5 if necessary.

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  • Biological psychology
    Birbaumer, Niels, Schmidt, Robert F.

    The exciting subject area of ​​biological psychology explores the relationships between biological processes and behavior. The life processes of all organs of the body, not just the brain, are considered. The successful textbook "Biological Psychology" provides a lively and descriptive overview of both physiology and physiological psychology. It describes the biological basis of our behavior, from physiological processes to complex functions of the CNS, such as consciousness, motivation and cognitions, as well as the close relationships between "head and body" in a clear way.

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  • Statistics for human and social scientists
    Bortz, Jürgen, Schuster, Christof

    The 7th edition of the new BORTZ-SCHUSTER has been completely revised, supplemented and didactically improved! What has been tried and tested was retained: This textbook is THE basis for the bachelor's degree because it contains everything that is relevant to the exams, from elementary statistics to methods of analysis of variance to multivariate methods and exercises help you prepare for exams. It is still THE reference work for master’s studies and in research: Examples from everyday psychological research help you understand calculations and a glossary quickly provides the most important definitions of terms.

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  • Sports psychology
    Brand, Ralf, Schweizer, Geoffrey

    This textbook on sports psychology is different from others: It provides an introductory technical overview, but above all aims to build a basis for understanding. It teaches what holds the very broad subject of sport psychology together at its core.

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  • Motivation and emotion
    Brandstätter, Veronika, Schüler, Julia, Puca, Rosa Maria, Lozo, Ljubica

    General psychology in 4 compact volumes! - Put together the modules you need from this series, depending on the focus of your studies and examinations. This volume contains all exam-relevant aspects of the modules “Motivation and Emotion”: From achievement motivation to connection and power motivation to goal setting theories in the “Motivation” part, as well as research methods, emotion regulation and development and cultural aspects in the “Emotion” part.

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  • Clinical Psychology
    Caspar, Franz, Pjanic, Irena, Westermann, Stefan

    Clearly, clearly and in understandable language, this book conveys basic knowledge of the most important mental disorders from an integrative, disorder-spanning perspective. Treatments include anxiety disorders, eating disorders, depression, mania and bipolar disorders, various disorders in the field of behavioral medicine, schizophrenia, behavioral and addiction disorders, personality disorders and sexual dysfunctions. In addition to disorder-specific diagnostics, epidemiology and disorder models, current research is also discussed. The practical relevance of the book is increased by the inclusion of psychotherapy and therapeutic relationship building in an overarching chapter and in each disorder-specific chapter.

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  • Behavioral medicine
    Ehlert, Ulrike

    This textbook provides an understandable and practical overview of the basics of behavioral medicine for study and teaching, arouses interest in its application and supports doctors and psychotherapists in the diagnosis, prevention, intervention and rehabilitation of medical diseases.

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  • Advertising and consumer psychology
    Felser, Georg

    Anyone who claims that what happens in the markets and especially in advertising is "all just psychology" hardly needs to fear contradiction. The psychological parts of the market are often referred to as the decisive ones and they have an effect on practically all levels: when making strategic decisions in companies, on the stock exchange, as well as planning vacation at home or in front of the supermarket shelf.

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  • Business Psychology for Bachelor's
    Fichter, Christian

    Today, the economy can no longer be understood without the specialist knowledge of psychology! This textbook gives a compact yet complete and practical overview of business psychology. It classifies the discipline historically and offers an entertaining and interesting presentation of all relevant core topics. With many practical references, definitions, learning objectives, control questions and references to in-depth literature, it is designed to be very learning-friendly, and a detailed margin column summarizes the most important things.

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  • Social Psychology for Bachelor's
    Fischer, Peter, Jander, Kathrin, Krueger, Joachim I.

    This textbook covers the entire spectrum of topics in social psychology - complete and yet compact, relevant to everyday life and entertaining. Because social psychology is the exciting science of our everyday social life! And so each of the exam-relevant topics is linked to "scenes from life" and conveyed in an understandable way.

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  • Intercultural business psychology
    Genkova, Petia

    This textbook deals with the cultural differences in business psychology. The focus is on the interaction between culture and its influence on thinking and behavior in an economic context. With learning objectives, practical tips, definitions, comprehension questions and summaries, this work is didactically clearly structured and easy to understand.

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  • Developmental psychology
    Greve, Werner, Thomsen, Tamara

    This textbook is about explaining human development. It does not primarily describe how different functional areas change when, but the question is asked how this can be explained - i.e., Why this happens. In contrast to other textbooks, the book focuses on processes and mechanisms and their interactions: what “drives” and “shapes” development.

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  • General Psychology for Bachelor's: Perception and Attention
    Hagendorf, Herbert, Müller, Hermann-Josef, Krummenacher, Joseph, Schubert, Torsten

    General psychology in 4 compact volumes! - Put together the modules you need from this new series, depending on the focus of your studies and examinations. This volume contains all exam-relevant topics of the subject "Perception and Attention" - from general principles of perception and the properties of the sensory systems to psychophysics to the special perceptual performance of the visual, auditory, smell, taste and touch in the first part, as well central topics of attention research such as selective attention and the importance of attention for actions in the second part.

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  • Motivation and Action
    Heckhausen, Jutta, Heckhausen, Heinz

    This classic textbook provides a comprehensive and lively overview of the current state of motivational research. The 5th edition has been revised and four chapters on motivation in the areas of development, school, workplace and sport have been added. Learning-friendly didactics make it easier to read and learn for the exam: highlighted key terms and chapter summaries, application examples from school, work, family and leisure, boxes with classic or original studies as well as questions and answers to test knowledge.

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  • Comparative cultural psychology
    Helfrich, Hede

    This textbook on cultural psychology or comparative cultural psychology clarifies exciting questions about the differences and similarities between cultures: Are people of other cultural origins different from us? Or are similar deep structures of thinking, feeling and acting hidden under the surface of the exotic or threateningly foreign? But why are there obvious differences in behavior and how can they be explained?

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  • psychotherapy
    Helle, Mark

    This textbook presents the central models and concepts of psychotherapy and provides a compact overview of the necessary basic knowledge: What is psychotherapy? What are the approaches? What about their effectiveness?

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  • Learning and memory psychology
    Hoffmann, Joachim, Engelkamp, ​​Johannes

    Research on learning and memory processes is a central component of basic psychological research and at the same time provides a solid foundation for all of its areas of application. This compact and demanding textbook gives an overview of "classic" topics such as stimulus-response models, the classification of stimuli and knowledge acquisition in the "learning" part, as well as an overview of multiple memory, process and system models and the results of brain research on retention and remembering in the part "Memory".

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  • Action Psychology
    Hommel, Bernhard, Nattkemper, Dieter

    “Actions” are a central theme of general psychology and a link between its classic areas, because perception, attention, memory and thinking are processes that are mostly used for a specific purpose: to control actions.

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  • Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy (3rd ed.)
    Hoyer, Jürgen, Knappe, Susanne

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    This textbook of clinical psychology and psychotherapy presents the subject in its entire breadth - from the psychological basics to psychotherapy procedures to the most common disorders - scientifically sound and at the same time application-oriented and understandable. For the third edition, it has been completely revised and numerous chapters, Among other things, on psychodynamic, systemic and humanistic psychotherapy procedures or e-mental health interventions, significantly expanded. A detailed chapter on mental disorders in children and adolescents has also been added.

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  • Research Methods in Psychology and Social Sciences for Bachelor's
    Hussy, Walter, Schreier, Margrit, Echterhoff, Gerald

    Quantitative and qualitative methods are the foundation of all social sciences and are therefore ubiquitous in studies. The "methodology" is not easy for many, especially when learning has to be done under time and success pressure. But wait: everyone can understand the research methods! This book offers an easy introduction and a comprehensive overview of all important processes, their areas of application, strengths and weaknesses.

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  • Sports psychology
    Hansel, Frank, Baumgärtner, Sören D., Kornmann, Julia M., Ennigkeit, Fabienne

    Sports psychology is principally concerned with human experience and behavior in sporting situations and therefore with a wide range of topics, for example: Which psychological factors enable top performance? Why do people even do sports in their free time? What influence does sport have on the personal development of children and adolescents? Do spectators promote athletic performance? Does sport prevent mental decline in old age? Do sports make children more confident?

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  • Psychology for student teachers
    Imhof, Margarete

    This book offers future teachers an understandable, practical introduction to the psychology of development, learning and social behavior.

    It thus provides a basis for the important decisions that teachers have to make on a daily basis, such as: how should learning be better designed, how one recognizes and promotes individual potential. With numerous examples and cases from school and teaching.

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  • Social psychology
    Jonas, Klaus, Stroebe, Wolfgang, Hewstone, Miles

    Loving someone, arguing with one another, working together, learning together - life is full of social psychology, because this versatile subject deals with how people's thoughts, feelings and behavior are influenced by the presence of other people. Here the subject is presented in a lively and vivid way - from aggression and affiliation, to attitudes and groups, to social perception and cognition.

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  • Cognitive Neuroscience
    Karnath, Hans-Otto, Thier, Hans-Peter

    From “Neuropsychology” to “Cognitive Neuroscience” - the 3rd edition of the popular textbook appears with a new title! This takes account of the further development of the subject area presented: In addition to neuropsychology, other specialist disciplines and methods have emerged that together try to explain how the brain performs complex services. Cognitive neuroscience bundles this knowledge about the fundamentals of cognitive performance of the brain and their disease-related disorders.

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  • Industrial, organizational and personnel psychology for a Bachelor's degree
    Kauffeld, Simone

    The A&O psychology - practical, compact and complete! This textbook, now in a revised 3rd edition, contains all exam-relevant topics of the psychological application subject "Work and Organizational Psychology" from the areas of work, organization and personnel: from job satisfaction and motivation to organizational development and leadership to questions of personnel selection, development and health and much more

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  • Learn statistics with us!
    Kuhlmei, Eckehard

    You are at war with inferential statistics, hypothesis testing, SPSS, etc., but you often don't dare to ask supposedly stupid questions? Stoffel, one of the three main characters in this statistics textbook for beginners, provides them for you - and his friends Stefanie and Stevie help him find answers. Listen to the three friends as they talk about statistics and learn what test procedures there are, when to use which test and how to do them in a practical way with SPSS. This textbook aims to help you find (again) the fun of statistics and to better understand the somewhat complicated textbook from your literature list. Students with a good knowledge of statistics can use the book with its extensive overviews and precise flowcharts for the statistical procedures as a convenient reminder and reference work.

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  • Developmental Psychology of Adolescence
    Lohaus, Arnold

    This textbook deals with the developmental psychology of adolescence. In clearly written chapters, it conveys basic and application knowledge on all relevant areas of development and specifically addresses issues that are central to this phase of life, such as: B. media consumption, social relationships, problem behavior or career choice. In addition to the scientific basis, references to specific application contexts are made.

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  • Developmental Psychology of Childhood and Adolescence
    Lohaus, Arnold, Vierhaus, Marc

    This textbook answers all questions relevant to the exam in the basic psychological subject of developmental psychology, deals with the central areas of motor skills, sensory skills, cognition, intelligence, emotion, language, self-concept, morality, parent-child relationships and provides an overview of developmental theories, methods and diagnostics.

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  • Business psychology
    Moser, Klaus

    Business psychology - an exciting subject of great social relevance and enormous breadth: from "A" for unemployment to "W" for advertising psychology and in between real-life topics such as customer loyalty, financial psychology, citizenship or volunteering.

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  • psychology
    Myers, David G.

    Psychology - diverse and colorful: A subject with exciting sub-areas and controversial discussions, a well-founded science, an opportunity to deal with your own experiences and foreign cultures - close to life! The introductory textbook by David Myers presents the subject as completely as no other: all basic subjects and the 3 major application subjects clinical, educational and industrial and organizational psychology. The 3rd edition has been completely revised with the cooperation of students.

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  • General Psychology
    Müsseler, Jochen, Rieger, Martina

    The textbook offers a comprehensive insight into central aspects of human experience and behavior. The focus is on processes and mechanisms of psychological processes, which are considered from a cognitive and neuroscientific perspective.

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  • Industrial and organizational psychology
    Nerdinger, Friedemann W., Blickle, Gerhard, Schaper, Niclas

    This successful textbook, now in a revised 4th edition, offers a systematic and well-founded introduction to work and organizational psychology: What does it depend on whether someone is satisfied with their work? What processes are involved in mergers and acquisitions? How does personnel development work? And what is "organizational socialization"? - Whether for the exam or for practice - all questions are answered here in an understandable and detailed manner.

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  • Psychology of personality
    Neyer, Franz J., Asendorpf, Jens B.

    This classic textbook in differential psychology and personality psychology offers everything that students and teachers need for their studies: all of the examination knowledge presented in a clear and easy-to-learn way, diverse online additional materials and practical references to everyday life, society and the professional world. - Who is a good partner? How is intercultural training designed? How do you deal with shy children? What is social competence? - Everything that defines a person can be found in this book!

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  • memory
    Prof. Dr. Thomas Gruber

    The book provides an overview of the current state of knowledge on memory psychology. It is aimed primarily at students and teachers in psychology, cognitive and neurosciences and lay people interested in psychology. In terms of content, the focus is on memory systems and processes.

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  • Quantitative methods 1
    Rasch, Björn, Friese, Malte, Hofmann, Wilhelm, Naumann, Ewald

    What fear plagues most freshmen studying psychology? The fear of the statistics check! We can help here, because statistics are an important tool for understanding how psychology gains knowledge and how its research results are to be evaluated - and if the statistics are clearly explained, there is no need to panic!

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  • Quantitative methods 2
    Rasch, Björn, Friese, Malte, Hofmann, Wilhelm, Naumann, Ewald

    What fear plagues most freshmen studying psychology? The fear of the statistics check! We can help here, because statistics are an important tool for understanding how psychology gains knowledge and how its research results are to be evaluated - and if the statistics are clearly explained, there is no need to panic!

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  • Personality psychology: paradigms - currents - theories
    Rauthmann, John F.

    This textbook offers a comprehensive, yet compact overview of the variety of approaches in personality psychology. What paradigms, currents and theories are there in personality research? What do they do, what is their specialty? How can you compare them with each other? By dealing with these questions, you will receive a profound introduction to personality psychology. This will help you find your way around the subject better.

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  • The interview
    Renner, Karl-Heinz, Jacob, Nora-Corina

    This practical textbook offers an understandable introduction to the basics and application of the interview - the most commonly used instrument for data collection in psychology.

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  • Communication psychology
    Röhner, Jessica, Schütz, Astrid

    This volume is an expanded and revised edition of the volume "Psychologie der Kommunikation" published in 2013. The book conveys basic knowledge about the process of human communication with its special features and phenomena and describes fields of application.

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  • Communication psychology
    Röhner, Jessica, Schütz, Astrid

    This volume is an expanded and revised edition of the volume "Psychologie der Kommunikation" published in 2013. The book conveys basic knowledge about the process of human communication with its special features and phenomena and describes fields of application.

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  • Language development
    Sachse, Steffi, Bockmann, Ann-Katrin, Buschmann, Anke

    This textbook offers a compact overview of the current knowledge on the subject of language development, language diagnostics and language promotion. The focus is on toddlers and preschoolers.

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  • Psychological diagnostics
    Schmidt-Atzert, Lothar, Amelang, Manfred

    The standard work on psychological diagnostics is now in its 5th edition - and remains true to its concept of success: diagnostics is theoretically based, always takes place with regard to specific questions and thus has far-reaching implications for the intervention.

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  • consultation
    Schubert, Franz-Christian, Rohr, Dirk, Zwicker-Pelzer, Renate

    This textbook is an introduction to counseling. It conveys an understanding of consulting as an action discipline that no longer sees itself as a subdiscipline of various specialist areas, but as an independent, cross-disciplinary and scientifically sound concept of thought and action. Today this is conveyed through specific courses at universities and further education institutions.

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  • Methodology and Statistics
    Shepherd, Thomas

    The book offers a simple and understandable introduction to the basic procedure of data collection in psychology and social sciences as well as to the statistical representation and analysis of the collected data.

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  • Sports psychology
    Students, Julia, Wegner, Mirko, Plessner, Henning

    This textbook is aimed at students of psychology and sports science as well as people who work in sports practice and want to understand sports psychology more precisely and in depth. Numerous relaxed didactic elements enable you to learn complex facts easily and joyfully.

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  • pedagogy
    Seel, Norbert M., Hanke, Ulrike

    Unique four-color textbook that introduces educational thinking in a clear, easy-to-understand and entertaining way and gets to the point.

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  • Developmental Psychology in Childhood and Adolescence
    Siegler, Robert, Eisenberg, Nancy, DeLoache, Judy, Saffran, Jenny, Pauen, Sabina

    Anyone reading this standard work receives a comprehensive overview of relevant theories, modern research methods and the latest findings on child and youth development. The simple, clear language as well as numerous illustrations and case studies make reading the textbook a real pleasure for students of developmental psychology. Tables, graphs, summaries and practical examples help to understand, structure and internalize the material.

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  • Cognitive psychology
    Tobinski, David A.

    This textbook is passionately dedicated to a modern core topic of cognitive psychology or cognitive science: problem solving. For in cognitive psychology, problem solving is one of the keys to understanding learning and knowledge in general and the resulting interaction between the individual and his or her environment.

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  • Psychology for the teaching profession
    Urhahne, Detlef, Dresel, Markus, Fischer, Frank

    Clear, practical and easy to understand, this textbook conveys all the important psychology content for the teaching profession, as well as the entire knowledge for psychology exams. For student teachers this work is an ideal basis for psychological courses and serves to better prepare for exams. In the clerkship and teaching profession, it can be used to answer practical professional questions on the basis of secured psychological knowledge.

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  • Social Psychology - The Individual in a Social Context
    Werth, Lioba, Denzler, Markus, Mayer, Jennifer

    This textbook offers a compact and easy-to-understand overview of the subject of social psychology for studies and work. In this volume you will learn how people think and feel, how they come to judgments and decisions, which factors determine how they are perceived by other people, which role the self plays in experience and behavior and how attitudes are formed and how they contribute Behavior.

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  • Social Psychology - Man in Social Relationships
    Werth, Lioba, Seibt, Beate, Mayer, Jennifer

    This textbook offers a compact and easy-to-understand overview of the subject of social psychology for studies and work. In this volume, you will learn how relationships work, what characterizes collaboration in groups, how they are influenced by peer pressure and other strategies, how prejudices arise, what helpfulness, but also what encourages aggression. The textbook introduces social psychology and therefore does not require any prior knowledge. Using many examples, key terms and findings are explained.

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  • educational Psychology
    Wild, Elke, Möller, Jens

    Educational psychology - that is psychological know-how in the areas of learning, teaching, motivating, interacting, diagnosing and intervening in the contexts of teaching, education and further training. And thus an important application subject in psychology, pedagogy and teacher training courses.

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  • educational Psychology
    Wild, Elke, Möller, Jens

    Educational psychology - that is psychological know-how in the areas of learning, teaching, motivating, interacting, diagnosing and intervening in the contexts of teaching, education and further training. And thus an important application subject in psychology, pedagogy and teacher training courses.

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  • Clinical psychology and psychotherapy
    Wittchen, Hans-Ulrich, Hoyer, Jürgen

    The textbook Clinical Psychology - THE entry into the most popular subject in psychology! The first edition quickly became one of the most popular textbooks in the field. Because this book is top-notch in terms of content and appearance: the content comes from a top team of well-known clinical psychologists.

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