4 edition of Psychology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -558) and index
|Statement||Philip Banyard and Nicky Hayes|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 564 p. :|
|Number of Pages||564|
|LC Control Number||94070234|
Meanwhile, Leon Festinger realizes that people with unshakeable conviction are difficult to change - they will find ways to create new evidence that is aligned with their beliefs I'm sure we all know stubborn people like this. Positive Psychology in a Nutshell: The Science of Happiness 3rd editionby Ilona Boniwell If you're just being introduced to the field, this is your book. While some psychology books are targeted at an audience with an extensive background in the topic, this book can be easily enjoyed by anyone new to psychology. Positive Leadership: Strategies for Extraordinary Performanceby Kim Cameron The author's goal in writing this book "is to help the reader reach 'positively deviant performance'--a level of performance way higher than average," states Fontane. The College Board, the group of individuals who created the AP program and the SAT program, developed this unique program to meet the needs of students who would not use the traditional college path.
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The unconscious mind was seen by Freud as a storage unit for sexual desires and hidden perversions which resulted in mental illness when left unexpressed. This is largely due to the fact that it involves the study of the paranormal, which has no objective quantification methods.
The idea of white supremacy and indeed the modern concept of race itself arose during the process of world conquest by Europeans.
While working in the field of physiology, his discovery of the so-called classical conditioning had a considerable impact on future psychologists. Explore other topics in psychology as well such as experimental control, correlational studies, and experimental studies.
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Robert Zajonc's experiments showed that 'the more you see it the more you like it. Alexander Mitscherlich founded a prominent applied psychoanalysis journal called Psyche and with funding from the Rockefeller Foundation established the first clinical psychosomatic medicine division at Heidelberg University.
It is interesting to note that this collective unconscious was mentioned and accessed by the sleeping prophet Edgar Cayce years later, in cases that baffle scientists to this day.
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