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50 Psychology Classics : Who We Are, How We Think, What We Do.

Autor Tom Butler-Bowdon
Vydavatel: London : Nicholas Brealey Pub., 2010.
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With 50 Psychology Classics: Who We Are, How We Think, What We Do-Insight and Inspiration, Tom Butler-Bowdon introduces readers to the great works that explore the very essence of what makes us who we are. Spanning fifty books and hundreds of ideas, 50 Psychology Classics examines some of the most intriguing questions regarding cognitive development and behavioral motivations, summarizing the myriad theories that  Přečíst více...
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Žánr/forma: Electronic books
Doplňující formát: Print version:
Butler-Bowdon, Tom
50 Psychology Classics : Who We Are, How We Think, What We Do
London : Nicholas Brealey Publishing, c2010
Typ materiálu: Document
Typ dokumentu: Book, Computer File
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: Tom Butler-Bowdon
ISBN: 9781857884739 1857884736
OCLC číslo: 782873640
Poznámky: Chronological list of titles.
Popis: 1 online resource (506 p.)
Obsahy: Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chapter 1 Alfred Adler 1927 Understanding Human Nature; Chapter 2 Gavin de Becker 1997 The Gift of Fear; Chapter 3 Eric Berne 1964 Games People Play; Chapter 4 Robert Bolton 1979 People Skills; Chapter 5 Edward de Bono 1970 Lateral Thinking; Chapter 6 Nathaniel Branden 1969 The Psychology of Self-Esteem; Chapter 7 Isabel Briggs Myers 1980 Gifts Differing; Chapter 8 Louann Brizendine 2006 The Female Brain; Chapter 9 David D. Burns 1980 Feeling Good; Chapter 10 Robert Cialdini 1984 Influence. Chapter 11 Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi 1996 CreativityChapter 12 Albert Ellis & Robert A. Harper 1961 A Guide to Rational Living; Chapter 13 Sidney Rosen 1982 My Voice Will Go With You: The Teaching Tales of Milton Erickson; Chapter 14 Erik Erikson 1958 Young Man Luther; Chapter 15 Hans Eysenck 1947 Dimensions of Personality; Chapter 16 Susan Forward 1997 Emotional Blackmail; Chapter 17 Viktor Frankl 1969 The Will to Meaning; Chapter 18 Anna Freud 1936 The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defence; Chapter 19 Sigmund Freud 1900 The Interpretation of Dreams; Chapter 20 Howard Gardner 1983 Frames of Mind. Chapter 21 Daniel Gilbert 2006 Stumbling on HappinessChapter 22 Malcolm Gladwell 2005 Blink; Chapter 23 Daniel Goleman 1998 Working with Emotional Intelligence; Chapter 24 John M. Gottman 1999 The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work; Chapter 25 Harry Harlow 1958 The Nature of Love; Chapter 26 Thomas A. Harris 1967 I'm OK--You're OK; Chapter 27 Eric Hoffer 1951 The True Believer; Chapter 28 Karen Horney 1945 Our Inner Conflicts; Chapter 29 William James 1890 The Principles of Psychology; Chapter 30 Carl Jung 1968 The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious. Chapter 31 Alfred Kinsey 1953 Sexual Behavior in the Human FemaleChapter 32 Melanie Klein 1957 Envy and Gratitude; Chapter 33 R.D. Laing 1960 The Divided Self; Chapter 34 Abraham Maslow 1971 The Farther Reaches of Human Nature; Chapter 35 Stanley Milgram 1974 Obedience to Authority; Chapter 36 Anne Moir & David Jessel 1989 Brainsex; Chapter 37 Ivan Pavlov 1927 Conditioned Reflexes; Chapter 38 Fritz Perls 1951 Gestalt Therapy; Chapter 39 Jean Piaget 1923 The Language and Thought of the Child; Chapter 40 Steven Pinker 2002 The Blank Slate. Chapter 41 V.S. Ramachandran 1998 Phantoms in the BrainChapter 42 Carl Rogers 1961 On Becoming a Person; Chapter 43 Oliver Sacks 1970 The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat; Chapter 44 Barry Schwartz 2004 The Paradox of Choice; Chapter 45 Martin Seligman 2002 Authentic Happiness; Chapter 46 Gail Sheehy 1976 Passages; Chapter 47 B.F. Skinner 1971 Beyond Freedom and Dignity; Chapter 48 Douglas Stone, Bruce Patton, & Sheila Heen 1999 Difficult Conversations; Chapter 49 William Styron 1990 Darkness Visible; Chapter 50 Robert E. Thayer 1996 The Origin of Everyday Moods; 50 More Classics.

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