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Author Butler-Bowdon, Tom, 1967- author.

Title 50 psychology classics : your shortcut to the most important ideas on the mind, personality, and human nature / Tom Butler-Bowdon.

Publication Info. London [England] ; Boston, Massachusetts : Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2017.
Boston, Massachusetts : Credo Reference, 2017.

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Edition Second edition.
Description 1 online resource (58 entries) : 1 image ; digital files.
Series 50 classics series
50 classics series.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1. Alfred Adler. Understanding human nature (1927) -- 2. Gavin de Becker. The gift of fear: survival signals that protect us from violence (1997) -- 3. Eric Berne. Games people play: the psychology of human relationships (1964) -- 4. Robert Bolton. People skills: how to assert yourself, listen to others, and resolve conflicts (1979) -- 5. Edward de Bono. Lateral thinking: creativity step by step (1970) -- 6. Nathaniel Branden. The psychology of self-esteem (1969) -- 7. Isabel Briggs Myers. Gifts differing: understanding personality type (1980) -- 8. Louann Brizendine. The female brain (2006) -- 9. David D. Burns. Feeling good: the new mood therapy (1980) -- 10. Robert Cialdini. Influence: the psychology of persuasion (1984) -- 11. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. Creativity: flow and the psychology of discovery and invention (1996) -- 12. Albert Ellis & Robert A. Harper. A guide to rational living (1961) -- 13. Milton Erickson (by Sidney Rosen). My voice will go with you: the teaching tales of Milton H. Erickson, M.D. (1982) -- 14. Erik Erikson. Young man Luther: a study in psychoanalysis and history (1958) -- 15. Hans Eysenck. Dimensions of personality (1947) -- 16. Susan Forward. Emotional blackmail: when the people in your life use fear, obligation, and guilt to manipulate you (1997) -- 17. Viktor Frankl. The will to meaning: foundations and applications of logotherapy (1969) -- 18. Anna Freud. The ego and the mechanisms of defence (1936) --
19. Sigmund Freud. The interpretation of dreams (1900) -- 20. Howard Gardner. Frames of mind: the theory of multiple intelligences (1983) -- 21. Daniel Gilbert. Stumbling on happiness (2006) -- 22. Malcolm Gladwell. Blink: the power of thinking without thinking (2005) -- 23. Daniel Goleman. Working with emotional intelligence (1998) -- 24. John M. Gottman. The seven principles for making marriage work (1999) -- 25. Harry Harlow. The nature of love (1958) -- 26. Thomas A. Harris. I'm OK - you're OK (1967) -- 27. Eric Hoffer. The true believer: thoughts on the nature of mass movements (1951) -- 28. Karen Horney. Our inner conflicts: a constructive theory of neurosis (1945) -- 29. William James. The principles of psychology (1890) -- 30. Carl Jung. The archetypes and the collective unconscious (1968) -- 31. Alfred Kinsey. Sexual behavior in the human female (1953) -- 32. Melanie Klein. Envy and gratitude (1957) -- 33. R. D. Laing. The divided self: a study of sanity and madness (1960) -- 34. Abraham Maslow. The farther reaches of human nature (1971) -- 35. Stanley Milgram. Obedience to authority: an experimental view (1974) -- 36. Anne Moir & David Jessel. Brainsex: The real difference between men and women (1989) -- 37. Ivan Pavlov. Conditioned reflexes: an investigation of the physiological activity of the cerebral cortex (1927) -- 38. Fritz Perls. Gestalt therapy: excitement and growth in the human personality (1951) --
39. Jean Piaget. The language and thought of the child (1923) -- 40. Steven Pinker. The blank slate: the modern denial of human nature (2002) -- 41. V. S. Ramachandran. Phantoms in the brain: probing the mysteries of the human mind (1998) -- 42. Carl Rogers. On becoming a person: a therapist's view of psychotherapy (1961) -- 43. Oliver Sacks. The man who mistook his wife for a hat: and other clinical tales (1970) -- 44. Barry Schwartz. The paradox of choice: why more is less (2004) -- 45. Martin Seligman. Authentic happiness: using the new positive psychology to realize your potential for lasting fulfilment (2002) -- 46. Gail Sheehy. Passages: predictable crises of adult life (1976) -- 47. B. F. Skinner. Beyond freedom and dignity (1971) -- 48. Douglas Stone, Bruce Patton, & Sheila Heen. Difficult conversations: how to discuss what matters most (1999) -- 49. William Styron. Darkness visible: a memoir of madness (1990) -- 50. Robert E. Thayer. The origin of everyday moods: managing energy, tension, and stress (1996) -- 50 more classics -- Chronological list of titles -- Credits.
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Summary In a journey spanning 50 books, hundreds of ideas and over a century, 50 Psychology Classics looks at some of the most intriguing questions relating to what motivates us, what makes us feel and act in certain ways, how our brains work, and how we create a sense of self.
Form Also available in print version.
System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Local Note Credo Reference.
Credo Reference General Reference
Subject Psychological literature.
Psychology.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Credo Reference (Firm), distributor.
Added Title Fifty psychology classics.
Other Form: Print version: 1857886747 9781857886740 xi, 319 pages
ISBN 9781786846242 electronic version
1857886747 print
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