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Author: Marshall Cavendish Corporation.
Publisher: New York : M. Cavendish, ©1990.
Series: Human Behavior.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marshall Cavendish Corporation.
ISBN: 1854353314 9781854353313
OCLC Number: 21522720
Description: 19 volumes (2383 pages) : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm.
Contents: v. 1. How people interact / edited by Peter Marsh: Adapting to the occasion, Marking territory, Keeping a distance, Using body language, Noticing posture, Assessing appearances, Reacting to scent, Making eye contact, Reading facial expressions, The language of touch, Greeting and parting, Making conversation, Raising a smile, Detecting insincerity, Polishing social skills. v. 2. How relationships work / edited by Robin Gilmour: Why relationships matter, Parents and children, Brothers, sisters and only children, Family pets, Keeping in touch with kin, Friends and acquaintances, Child and adolescent friendships, Coping with shyness, Overcoming loneliness, Finding a partner, Thinking about love, Patterns of jealousy, Enjoying a sexual relationship, The married couple, Breaking up, Reclaiming relationships. v. 3. Childhood / edited by Anne Campbell: Before birth, Early infancy, Adopting a sex role, The Freudian view Brothers and sisters, When mother goes to work, The roots of aggression, toys and play, Friendship, Skills and aptitudes, At school, When parents split up, Moral development, Getting into trouble, Puberty. v. 4. Adulthood / edited by Anne Campbell : Evolution, Sexuality, Attitudes to love, Marriage, Who looks after the children?, Violence between the sexes, Emotions and adjustment, In the workplace, Influence and persuasion, Ambition and leadership, Creativity, Styles of communication, In the media, Sex stereotypes, Role versatility. v. 5. Your personality and potential / edited by Glenn Wilson: Self-fulfillment, Origins of self-awareness, Your self-image, Your impressions of others, Self-presentation, Self-esteem, Individuality and creativity, Instinct and human nature, The psychoanalytic perspective, Personality types, Expressing your personality, The roots of personality, Assessing your personality, Becoming well adjusted, Personal growth. v. 6. Your emotional well-being / edited by Glenn Wilson: The world of your emotions, Emotional development, Understanding your feelings, How moods come and go, Expressing your feelings, anxiety and stress, Facing lifeʼs crises, signs of stress, Emotional breakdown, Learning to relax, Positive thinking, Dealing with fear, Overcoming depression, Coping with grief, Managing guilt, Survival strategies, Happiness and contentment. v. 7. Couples / edited by Rosalie Burnett: Needing a special person, What makes a couple, Finding, matching and attracting, Pairing off, Love and commitment, Maintaining individuality, Opting for marriage, How couples have changed, Making love, Thinking of parenthood, Extramarital affairs, Falling out, Contemplating divorce, Starting again, The mature years. v. 8. Greater intimacy / edited by Rosalie Burnett: A sense of intimacy, Ideals and realities, Expectations of the opposite sex, Sustaining your relationship, Better communication, Understanding each other, A sound and happy marriage, Managing together, The difficult partner, Getting therapy, Room for other people, Shared parenting, Revitalizing your relationship. v. 9. Absorbing information / edited by J. Graham Beaumont: Sensing the world around us, Focusing your attention, Interpreting the visual world, Making sense of sounds, Recognizing things, Finding the right word, Mental imagery and dreams, Controlling movement, Developing coordination, Thinking spatially, How the brain stores information, how memory is organized, On the tip of your tongue, Improving your memory, Learning and studying, The aging of memory. v. 10. Thinking more effectively / edited by J. Graham Beaumont: Clearer reasoning, Knowing your mental abilities, Increasing your intelligence, Language --
the human advantage, Reading, writing and arithmetic, Childlike thinking, Male and female thinking, Does the body control the mind?, Aging and ability, Practical problem solving, Thinking creatively, Taking a risk, to err is human, Artificial intelligence, Preparing for tomorrowʼs world. v. 11. At home / edited by Peter Marsh: The home as territory, Needing a home, Choosing a home, Managing privacy, Personal home style, Objects on display, color in the home, the effects of light, Touch, sound and smell, Design for leisure, Eating and entertaining, Cars, The pets people choose, Garden effects, Living together, The changing home. v. 12. The wider environment / edited by Peter Marsh: A sense of place, Neighborhoods, Out in the city, Coping with urban life, Scenes of crime, country living, Color outside the home, The workplace, Places for learning, Going shopping, Eating out, Vacationing, Places for recreation, A green environment?, v. 13. Your health / edited by Louise M. Wallace: Good health form birth, Your sex and your health, The rhythms of life, Stress, Learn to relax, The healing power of sleep, Sexuality, good nutrition, the diet dilemma, weight control and self-image, Exercise and physical fitness, Making exercise part of your life, Are sports good for you?, Smoking, The effects of alcohol, Drugs, pills and painkillers, Illness and disability, Hospital care. v. 14. Your appearance / edited by Jean Ann Graham: Do looks matter?, Your bodyshape, What clothes say, Bodytalk, Personal style, Looking better with age, Skincare, Putting cosmetics to work, Being made over, Hairstyle and hair care, Beautiful hands, beautiful feet, Looking after your smile, Fragrance and aromatherapy, Professional beautycare, Looking good, feeling great. v. 15. How groups work / edited by Rupert Brown: Why groups matter, Understanding a group, The pecking order, Speaking up, Influencing each other, Leadership and management, Group morale, Is teamwork always best?, Us and them, Living in harmony, Reacting to injustice, In a minority, Negotiating for your group. v. 16. The groups you belong to / edited by Rupert Brown: Your and your family, Your local community, Teams, sports and games, Self-help and therapy groups, Social networks, The world of work, Trade unions, Better committees, You and the law, Ganging up, Political parties, Crowds, Forming an activist group. v. 17. Shaping your life / edited by Glynis M. Breakwell: Can life be planned?, Planning for happiness, The right goals for you, Going with or against the crowd, Think your way to success, Using your imagination, Staying in control, ambition and drive, What are you working for?, How hard should you work?, Mobilizing others, Looking for approval, Taking risks, How enterprising are you?, What do you value?, v. 18. Coping with change / edited by Glynis M. Breakwell: Facing a crisis, Making it on your own, Making and breaking relationships, When families break up, coping with unemployment, Planning for retirement, Moving, Traumatic accidents, Crises caused by crime, Responding to politics, Experiencing religious conversion, The right job, Getting that job, Fresh starts, Returning to work, Furthering your education. v. 19. Index.
Series Title: Human Behavior.
Other Titles: Human behavior

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