• are interested in the unconscious,
• like interpreting your dreams,
• enjoy literature but the movies even moreso—Hitchcock in particular,
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“Brooklyn Zoo would be interesting to many clinicians, especially those first starting their careers; however, it may not be the most inspiring book in the memoir genre for the ave
“Psychology’s Ghosts can be enjoyed by both experts and lay readers.
Born to Run is the story of Christopher McDougall’s search for a mysterious character—one part Carlos Castenada; another part super athlete; a third bit society dropout—who had decided tha
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