Psychology and personal growth
Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated, 1975 - Psychology - 476 pages
For thousands of years humans have communicated with one another and explored the meaning of life. This book answers some long-sought-after questions. This classic book is comprised of over six dozen articles, drawings, and photo-essays selected to apply psychology to your development as a person. These selections explore six themes: identity, human communication, growth dynamics, feelings and emotions, human relationship, and quality of life. Readings have immediate relevance and application to everyday life and provoke thought and discussion. More than half the readings to this edition are new. Designed for various helping professionals: social workers, psychologists, occupational therapists, and educators.
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