Psychology

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“The case Dr. Zayas makes for immigration reform is compelling . . .”

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The New Politics of Experience and the Bitter Herbs by Theodor Itten and Ron Roberts is a bold challenge and daring call.

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“a collection of tightly written and deeply moving testaments to the brevity of life and the existential imperative to live it well.”

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“What you say and what the other hears won’t coincide. There are gaps between . . . what we say and what we mean.”

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“We don’t like mental illness. We have no time or desire to engage with it in others except as something to gawp at and to define ourselves against.”

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"The lack of direct immersion and the increasing rarity of actual face-to-face interactions are the true cause of our anomie . . .

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“Kudos to Dr. Biglan for daring to write this book, and let’s hope for all of our sakes that policy makers adopt some of the principles.”

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“Anything we practice repeatedly changes the brain; fixate on iPhones and similar screens, and we become better at staying helplessly glued to them.”

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The Price of Silence is a concise, heartfelt addition to books about mental illness.”

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There are very few books that cover the field of psychiatry in all its complexities and do so in a clear and easily read format.

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“The text encourages the reader in critical thinking about the topics raised—whether they be thematic, case studies, theoretical, or simply thought experiments—a seemingly unwieldy amount o

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Hard to Love is a courageous endeavor that simplifies a very complex, enigmatic disorder and clarifies both symptoms and solutions.

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This book is like a key to opening doors across educational and medical landscapes. . . .

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“. . . young people today have the greatest communication and creativity tools ever devised, but the stuff they’re creating stinks.”

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“The world is a better place for Dr. Churchland’s efforts and her curiosity.”

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The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well is the Key to Success reminds us that although it’s a tough pill to swallow, failure is a necessary evil in

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“. . . an excellent read for technophiles as well as readers wishing to get a glimpse of the near future . . .”

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Whether it is about the proportion of taxes paid by different economic groups or the salaries paid to employees, the question “What is fair?” is often raised.

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Change applies at so many levels and constructs: culture, society, family, work, business, governments, technology, etc. Even though change is accelerating—so many resist change.

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Imagine the anguish of two young parents as they notice their happy, healthy 18-month-old child regressing in his speech, hyperfocusing on certain activities, and becoming overwhelmed in playgroup

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“. . . masterful, eloquent, and biting . . .”

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“Well written and quite readable . . .”

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The myths and stories a society embraces speak volumes about what that society really is.

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“. . . an astonishingly accessible account of all the major elements . . .

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“. . . a useful tool for anyone who wants to improve his or her outlook on life and resilience against its storms . . .”

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