Routledge Psychological Impacts is a series of books illustrating how psychological research can make meaningful contributions to social policy. Each book in the series looks at a specific topic or a wider area of research, showcasing a range of projects that have either made a direct impact on policy, or brought about a wider awareness of the issues. This is an important and timely series of books that will engage psychologists looking to make their research more impactful, and professionals in a range of areas interested in how psychology can make a meaningful contribution to the development of policy and practice.
Edited By Clifford Stott, Ben Bradford, Matthew Radburn, Leanne Savigar-Shaw
October 20, 2020
Making an Impact on Policing and Crime: Psychological Research, Policy and Practice applies a range of case studies and examples of psychological research by international, leading researchers to tackle real-world issues within the field of crime and policing. Making an Impact on Policing and Crime...
Edited By James N. Kirby, Paul Gilbert
September 23, 2020
Advancements in research in psychological science have afforded great insights into how our minds work. Making an Impact on Mental Health analyses contemporary, international research to examine a number of core themes in mental health, such as mindfulness and attachment, and provides an ...
Edited By Peter K. Smith
August 12, 2019
Exploring international and intercultural perspectives, Making an Impact on School Bullying presents a much-needed insight into the serious problem of bullying in schools. As the effect of bullying on victims can be devastating, and bystanders and even perpetrators are often also negatively ...