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.


Why Is It So Tough for Some to Exorcise the Ghosts of Their Romantic Pasts?

A friend once grumbled that, given the choice, she’d rather see her ex miserable than herself happy. Few... Read more


Not All Psychopaths Are Criminals – Some Psychopathic Traits Are Actually Linked to Success

Tom Skeyhill was an acclaimed Australian war hero, known as “the blind solider-poet.” During the monumental World War... Read more


Replication in Psychotherapy

I have argued in my book Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychotherapy: Network Principles for a Unified Theory that theories should... Read more


Woof! Dogs Really Can Tell How Their Owners Are Feeling, New Study Shows

Can dogs tell when we are happy, sad or angry? As a dog owner, I feel confident not... Read more


How Changing Behavior Saves Lives

If we get hurt, we go to the hospital. But what if we could avoid getting hurt in... Read more

Physical Security & Emergency Management; Psychology

Risk Tolerance

Our distant ancestors succeeded in surviving and in producing offspring despite facing difficult circumstances and many dangers. They... Read more


Pattern Separation Compliments Pattern Completion

Pattern Completion Artificial and real neural networks exhibit a part-whole pattern completion property that I call Principle 6... Read more


How and Why Transtheoretic Transdiagnostic Psychotherapy Works

Two blogs ago I explain why cognitive behavior therapy works. In my previous blog I introduced a broader... Read more

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