By Frank Lasogga
Ob sie eine Todesnachricht ?berbringen oder bei Gro?schadensereignissen mit Schwerverletzten und Toten konfrontiert sind – Helfer vor Ort stehen schwierigen Anforderungen gegen?ber. "Notfallpsychologie" besch?ftigt sich sowohl mit den Belastungen und Interventionsm?glichkeiten bei Opfern als auch bei Helfern. So umfassend wurde das Fachgebiet selten dargestellt: spezifische Notf?lle (u.a. pl?tzlicher Kindstod, Notf?lle bei Kindern und Jugendlichen, Verbrechensopfer) sind ebenso aufgef?hrt wie die Organisationspsychologie im Katastrophenfall. Plus: Checklisten, Anleitungen f?r verschiedene Helfergruppen, Richtlinien f?r psychische erste Hilfe.
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By Frederick T.L. Leong, Azy Barak, Frederick Leong
This quantity, ready in honor of Samuel H. Osipow, a favorite instructor, researcher, writer, and pioneer in vocational psychology, offers with major theoretical and sensible matters within the box of vocational psychology. As a cutting-edge evaluate of latest versions of vocational psychology, this ebook will supply present and updated assurance of the themes. it is going to additionally comprise in-depth stories of versions of vocational psychology by means of major students, together with occupation selection making types, profession self-efficacy, occupational pressure, cross-cultural review of pursuits, and profession counseling prone inside of collage structures. a tremendous subject that runs all through all chapters is the concept that of swap. This unifying subject is becoming because the authors have ready their chapters in honor of Osipow, who has considerably replaced the sphere during the last 4 many years. This quantity may still function a invaluable source for vocational psychology researchers, counseling graduate scholars, and occupation counselors. as well as being a qualified textual content, it may even be an invaluable complement textual content for occupation improvement and occupation counseling classes in graduate courses of counseling, counseling psychology, and industrial/organizational psychology.
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By Matthew Hertenstein
Each day we make predictions in accordance with restricted info, in enterprise and at domestic. Will this company’s inventory functionality proceed? Will the task candidate I simply interviewed be an outstanding worker? what sort of grownup will my baby develop as much as be? we have a tendency to brush aside our predictive minds as liable to bias and error, yet within the inform, psychologist Matthew Hertenstein unearths that our instinct is unusually sturdy at utilizing small clues to make vast predictions, and indicates how we will make larger judgements by way of homing in at the correct details.
Just as specialist poker gamers use their opponents’ tells to determine via their bluffs, Hertenstein indicates that we will likewise educate ourselves to learn actual cues to seriously raise our predictive acumen. by means of trying to find sure clues, we will properly name every little thing from election effects to the possibility of marital good fortune, IQ ratings to sexual orientation—even from flimsy proof, reminiscent of an outdated yearbook picture or a silent one-minute video. furthermore, by means of figuring out how humans learn our physique language, we will be able to alter our personal habit so that it will ace our subsequent activity interview or tip the courting scales in our favor.
Drawing on rigorous examine in psychology and mind technology, Hertenstein exhibits us how one can hone our powers of statement to extend our predictive capacities. a captivating testomony to the ability of the human brain, The inform will, to paraphrase Sherlock Holmes, exhibit us how one can observe what we see.
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