50 Psychology Classics: Who We Are, How We Think, What We Do: Insight and Inspiration from 50 Key Books

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Nicholas Brealey Publishing, Dec 7, 2010 - Psychology - 338 pages
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50 Psychology Classics is a thinking person's guide to popular psychology. In a journey that spans 50 books, hundreds of ideas, and over a century in time, it explores important contemporary writings such as Gladwell's Blink and Seligman's Authentic Happiness as well as wisdom from key figures in psychology's development. Includes commentaries, biographical information, and a guide for further reading.
 

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what i'm looking for is Warren Harding effect, and it is page 126, wondering how can this classical effect can compromise unfocused decision voted maker for such big country election just from appearance on surface (but worsen below)

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A patchwork quilt featuring the thoughts on the mind from fifty different psychological perspectives. The author pieces together enough remnant writing materials from those featured to cover this ... Read full review

Contents

Thomas A Harris Im OKYoure OK 1967 148
10
Alfred Adler Understanding Human Nature 1927
14
Survival Signals that Protect Us from Violence 1997
20
The Psychology of Human Relationships 1964
26
Thoughts on the Nature of Mass
27
How to Assert Yourself Listen to Others and Resolve Conflicts 1979
32
Creativity Step by Step 1970
38
Nathaniel Branden The Psychology of SelfEsteem 1969
42
Melanie Klein Envy and Gratitude 1957
180
A Study of Sanity and Madness 1960
186
Abraham Maslow The Farther Reaches of Human Nature 1971
192
The Real Difference Between Men and Women 1989
204
An Investigation of the Physiological Activity of the Cerebral Cortex 1927
210
Excitement and Growth in the Human Personality 1951
216
Jean Piaget The Language and Thought of the Child 1923
222
The Modern Denial of Human Nature 2002
228

Louann Brizendine The Female Brain 2006
52
The New Mood Therapy 1980
58
The Psychology of Persuasion 1984
62
Flow and the Psychology of Discovery and Invention 1996
68
Albert Ellis Robert A Harper A Guide to Rational Living 1961
74
The Teaching Tales of Milton H Erickson M D 1982
78
A Study in Psychoanalysis and History 1958
84
Hans Eysenck Dimensions of Personality 1947
90
When the People in Your Life Use Fear Obligation and Guilt to Manipulate You 1997
94
Foundations and Applications of Logotherapy 1969
100
Anna Freud The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defence 1936
110
Movements 1951
152
A Constructive Theory of Neurosis 1945
156
William James The Principles of Psychology 1890
162
Sigmund Freud The Interpretation of Dreams 1900 110
168
Alfred Kinsey Sexual Behavior in the Human Female 1953
174
Probing the Mysteries of the Human Mind 1998
232
A Therapists View of Psychotherapy 1961
238
And Other Clinical Tales 1970
242
Why More Is Less 2004
248
Using the New Positive Psychology to Realize Your Potential for Lasting Fulfilment 2002
254
Predictable Crises of Adult Life 1976
260
B F Skinner Beyond Freedom and Dignity 1971
266
How to Discuss What Matters Most 1999
272
A Memoir of Madness 1990
278
Managing Energy Tension and Stress 1996
284
More Classics
291
Chronological list of titles
297
The Theory of Multiple Intelligences 1983 116
298
Credits
299
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Tom Butler-Bowdon is an expert on the “literature of possibility”, covering self-help, motivation, spirituality, prosperity, psychology and philosophy. USA Today described him as “a true scholar of this type of literature”. His first book, 50 SELF-HELP CLASSICS, won the Benjamin Franklin Award and was a Foreword magazine Book of the Year. The 50 CLASSICS series has sold over 300,000 copies and has been published in 23 languages.

A graduate of the London School of Economics and the University of Sydney, he lives in Oxford, UK, and Australia.

Visit his website at www.butler-bowdon.com

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