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    • Rock, Lene (2019)
      Since the turn of the 21st century, countless literary endeavors by 'new Germans' have entered the spotlight of academic research. Yet 'minority writing', with its distinctive renegotiation of traditional concepts of ...
    • Ertel, Suitbert, (2011)
      Thurstone's principle of simple structure is rejected and replaced by its converse, the principle of complex structure. Varimax, the popular simple structure rotation of factors, is replaced by varimin, a novel procedure ...
    • Haack, Imke (2009)
      Careers of actors are to a large degree influenced by significant ups and downs. That is why is the profession of the actor is particularly well to study for career decision moments, crises and turning points in a biographical ...
    • Balvin, Nikola; Christie, Daniel J. (2020)
      This open access book brings together discourse on children and peace from the 15th International Symposium on the Contributions of Psychology to Peace, covering issues pertinent to children and peace and approaches to ...
    • Klug, Helga (2020)
      Helga Klug eröffnet in diesem Open-Access-Buch neue ungewohnte Sichtweisen auf die psychische Verarbeitung der Finanzkrise 2008. Dabei rückt die Autorin unbewusste Prozesse in den Fokus, wie sie in Krisenmodellen, ...
    • Waelti, Slaven (2015)
      Can we communicate the incommunicable? Language is general, but the “depths of the soul” are unique, and only the experience lived in silence is authentic. Would it be possible to find a language that would appear to say ...
    • Komatsu, Koji (2019)
      This Open Access Brief analyzes the dynamics in which children’s selves emerge through their everyday activities of meaning construction, both in their relationships with family and within school education. It begins with ...
    • Brinkmann, Svend (2017-07-05)
      Today’s approaches to the study of the human mind are divided into seemingly opposed camps. On one side we find the neurosciences, with their more or less reductionist research programs, and on the other side we find the ...
    • Duttge, Gunnar; Engel, Wolfgang; Zoll, Barbara (2010)
    • Edwardes, Martin P. J. (2019)
      The Origins of Self explores the role that selfhood plays in defining human society, and each human individual in that society. It considers the genetic and cultural origins of self, the role that self plays in socialisation ...
    • Cook, Katy (2020)
      Misinformation. Job displacement. Information overload. Economic inequality. Digital addiction. The breakdown of democracy, civility, and truth itself. This open access book explores the conscious and unconscious norms, ...
    • Russell, Nestar (2019)
      Horrified by the Holocaust, social psychologist Stanley Milgram wondered if he could recreate the Holocaust in the laboratory setting. Unabated for more than half a century, his (in)famous results have continued to intrigue ...
    • Keizer, Anne-Greet; Tiemeijer, Will; Bovens, Mark (2019)
      This open access book sets out to explain the reasons for the gap between “knowing” and “doing” in view of self-reliance, which is more and more often expected of citizens. In today’s society, people are expected to take ...