The dtv-Atlas series started in 1964 with its bestselling dtv-Atlas World History, and has been extended by a number of subjects ever since, ranging from natural sciences to music, from philosophy to health. dtv-Atlases are designed to be reference books useful for both experts and casual readers.
The ›dtv-Atlas of Psychology‹ consists of two volumes offering a systematic overview of the fundamental theories and methodology used, as well as the various different forms of experience and behaviour displayed by mankind that are examined by psychologists.
The ›dtv-Atlas of Ecology‹ introduces the basic theories and methodology used in this area and presents the issues and problems relating to the subject. Starting with elementary ecological processes and eco-systems, recent processes and developments are shown using case studies from real life.