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Research Press Celebrates 50 Years

For the past five decades, Research Press has been publishing innovative and effective behavior intervention resources for counselors, psychologists, social workers and educators. From the outset, company founder and publisher Robert W. Parkinson began publishing content to “help the helpers.” That mission has not changed since we published our first book in 1970, Living with …

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Research Press Publishes A Fun-filled Character Education Resource That Teaches Lessons from Superheroes: The Essentialz

Research Press Publishers is excited to announce the publication of Teach the Essentials of Good Character with The Essentialz. This new book, written to address the character education of middle school youth, supports social and emotional learning and character development through entertaining group work.

Author Spotlight–Create Connections: How to Facilitate Small Groups

Authors Rhonda Williams, Sameen DeBard and Joseph D. Wehrman have conducted extensive research on what makes a good group facilitator. A successful group facilitator must be able to engage the members in meaningful activities, balance the behaviors and dynamics of the members, and help with the application of these newly learned skills in real life. Lead …

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Research Press Publishes Innovative Guide for Facilitating Small Groups in the New Book Create Connections

Research Press Publishers is excited to announce the publication of Create Connections: How to Facilitate Small Groups.

Author Spotlight—REACH for the Kids

Andrew S. Hogan has created a five-book series of storybooks for children dealing with emotional disorders and mental illness. Each book in the REACH for the Kids series includes tips for adults on how to use the stories and illustrations when talking to children about mental illness.

Author Spotlight—Play, Learn, and Enjoy! A Self-Regulation Curriculum for Children

Dr. Elena Savina, author of Play, Learn, and Enjoy! A Self-Regulation Curriculum for Children (PLE), explains the developmental, cultural, and educational aspects of self-regulation in children in this exclusive Author Spotlight interview.

Research Press announces the publication of a third edition of Multimodal Life History Inventory-3 from author Clifford N. Lazarus

Research Press Publishers is excited to announce the publication of Multimodal Life History Inventory-3 (MLHI-3).

Reducing Bullying and Peer Mistreatment Depends on Your Perspective

Bullying prevention expert and co-author of Youth Voice Project: Student Insights into Bullying and Peer Mistreatment, Dr. Charisse Nixon discusses how people can choose a specific perspective when developing an approach to reducing bullying and peer mistreatment.

In Memoriam: Bernardo J. “Bernie” Carducci (1952-2018)

Research Press sadly notes the passing of professor emeritus, researcher and author Bernardo J. “Bernie” Carducci (May 20, 1952–September 22, 2018). Among his many accomplishments, he founded and directed the Indiana University Southeast Shyness Research Institute. Dr. Carducci published two books with Research Press: The Shyness Workbook and The Shyness Workbook for Teens. Those of …

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Resilience Builder Program Author Featured in NPR’s “How To Raise A Human” Series

Dr. Mary Alvord, psychologist and author of Resilience Builder Program for Children and Adolescents, is featured in NPR’s health series “How To Raise A Human.”

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