The Other Side of Psychology: How Experimental Psychologists Find Out About the Way We Think and Feel

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Jun 11, 2012 - Psychology - 256 pages
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All the TV and radio talk shows that have adopted the subject of psychology as a staple are really only dealing with one side of that science - the clinical, or "healing," side. In her enormously intriguing book, Dr. Denise Cummins introduces us to the other side of the science of psychology - the study of the healthy mind and its powers.

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Dr. Denise Dellarosa Cummins is the author Good Thinking: Seven Powerful Ideas that Influence the Way We Think (Cambridge University Press), and The Other Side of Psychology: How Experimental Psychologists Find Out the Way We Think and Feel (St. Martins Press). She is also co-editor of two scholarly volumes: Minds, Brains, & Computers: The Historical Foundations of Cognitive Science (Blackwell Publishers), and Evolution of Mind (Oxford University Press).

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