Message from the editors
2020 was a tumultuous year for us all, bringing a level of uncertainty we could never have anticipated, and challenging our resilience throughout. Consequently, we’re delighted that we were able to continue commissioning and publishing cutting-edge new content throughout the year and can showcase our latest books to you. As we move into unprecedented times, with new challenges such as online teaching, the balance of work and childcare, and the everyday reality of living through a pandemic, we hope that Routledge Psychology’s latest books provide you with insight, practical ideas, and a clear understanding of the latest research across Psychology. As you can see, we are committed to continuing to publish cutting-edge content, so if you have any book ideas yourself, please don't hesitate to contact us, from all the Routledge Psychology team (Lucy Kennedy, Helen Pritt, Ceri McLardy, Alex Howard, Lucy McClune, Christina Chronister, and Georgette Enriquez).
After Brain Injury: Survivor Stories was launched in 2014 to meet the need for a series of books aimed at those who have suffered a brain injury, their families and carers, and professionals who are involved in neuropsychological rehabilitation. Brain disorders can be life-changing events with far-reaching consequences. However, in the current climate of cuts in funding and service provision for neuropsychological rehabilitation, there is a risk that people whose lives have been transformed by brain injury are left feeling isolated with little support >> Read More
This month we are offering a free chapter from Attraction Explained :The science of how we form relationships by Viren Swami
When it comes to relationships, there’s no shortage of advice from self-help ‘experts’, pick-up artists, and glossy magazines. But modern-day myths of attraction often have no basis in fact or – worse – are rooted in little more than misogyny. Based on science rather than self-help clichés, psychologist Viren Swami debunks these myths and draws on cutting-edge research to provide a ground-breaking and evidence-based account of relationship formation. Click here to download your free chapter!