Adjustment and personal growth: seven pathways

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Wiley, 1983 - Psychology - 466 pages
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Emphasizing how to apply principles and concepts of psychology to daily life, explores adjustment and growth from seven psychological perspectives: depth psychology, behavioral psychology, cognitive psychology, transactional analysis; psychotechnology; existential-humanistic psychology; and transpersonal psychology. Completely updated to reflect contemporary concerns, this edition incorporates an Applied Explorations section at the end of each chapter to link concepts to everyday experiences. Each section also includes a Critique followed by ``Implications for Adjustments and Growth.''

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Contents

Seeking Greater SelfUnderstanding
5
Helping Troubled Persons
16
Of Harmony and SelfActualization
24
EXPLORING UNCONSCIOUS LEVELS
31
NEW HABITS FOR OLD HABITS
103
THE POWER OF CLEAR
163
Emotional SelfControI
176
Becoming a Responsible Person
182
Maximizing Human Potentialities
325
Becoming a Person
332
Existence and Values
338
Getting It All Together
347
Critique
355
OF BLISS AND COSMIC
367
An Ancient Mental Science
376
The Enlightened Life
382

In Search of Automatic Thoughts
188
Critique
194
Recognizing Warped Thinking
200
FROM PSYCHOSURGERY
261
Food for Thought
272
The Tranquilized Mind
279
Unifying Mind and Body
289
Critique
297
THE SEARCH
309
The Will to Power
318
Star Roving
394
The Serene Mind
401
IS THERE A PATHWAY OF PATHWAYS?
411
AN INTRODUCTION
430
Critique
436
REFERENCES
453
PHOTO CREDITS
461
417
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