Psychology

Researchers and clinicians in psychology work across a vast array of sub-disciplines, including applied psychology, addictions, cognitive psychology, developmental and educational psychology, experimental physiological psychology, forensic psychology, neuropsychology, and behavioral and cognitive therapy. For these professionals, and students as well, cross-disciplinary study is a given. For more than 75 years, Elsevier has cultivated portfolios of psychology books, eBooks, and journals covering current and critical issues in all of these areas. This vital content provides a sound basis of understanding for all those involved in this multi-faceted field.

Psychology

Alcohol is the Most Harmful Drug in Europe

According to research by David Nutt on behalf of the Independent Scientific Committee on Drugs (The Lancet 2010),... Read more

Pharmaceutical Sciences; Psychology

Are Smart Drugs Really So Smart?

Want to sign up for a massive human experiment? Too late. You’re already a lab rat. There was... Read more

Psychology

Kendrick Lamar, Street Poet of Mental Health

Kendrick Lamar’s major-label debut album good kid m.A.A.d. city, released in October 2012, provides rich narratives relating to... Read more

Physical Security & Emergency Management; Psychology

Beyond Flight Safety

When watching old movies, it is easy to envy those lucky passengers flying by aeroplane during the golden... Read more

Psychology

The Guilty Pleasure of Watching Trash TV

Many Americans have a conflicted relationship with the media they watch. In particular, those who think of themselves... Read more

Physical Security & Emergency Management; Psychology

Alcoholism in Aviation

With the recent crash of a Germanwings Airbus A320 into the French Alps, the subject of mental health... Read more

Psychology

Get Motivated: An Interview with Dr. Bobby Hoffman

You set goals and you write a “to do” list.  You have the best intentions, but then you... Read more

Psychology

Human Factors in Aviation Safety

A commonly used statistic is that 70% of aviation accidents are a result of human error. This statistic... Read more

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