Psychology

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If you
• are interested in the unconscious,
• like interpreting your dreams,
• enjoy literature but the movies even moreso—Hitchcock in particular,

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“. . . a fascinating text that provides an in-depth analysis . . .”

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“. . . one person’s life story about battling severe depression, alcoholism, and PTSD.”

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“Even though sex sells, the respectable HarperCollins should have known better than to go with this cash cow.”

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“Honest, but lacking any true meat or bite, . . . marred with typos . . .”

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“. . . a valuable foray into the complex depths of a deeply misunderstood and somewhat abused concept.”

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“Not merely an interesting and fun read, Pursuing the Good Life also offers some tips for achieving the same.”

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“. . . a thought-provoking book clearly challenging the prevailing materialistic paradigm about the nature of the world.”

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“Right now, bullied children need the help of their communities.”

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“. . . a challenging read, but one guaranteed to stretch and inform anyone delving into Phi: A Voyage from the Brain to the Soul.”

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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

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“Psychology’s Ghosts can be enjoyed by both experts and lay readers.

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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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“For those well versed in the world of psychology, psychiatry, and psychoanalysis, for those who are students of Freud, and for those who know the historical players in this game, The L

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“One measure of an extraordinary book is that it prompts the reader to reframe his or her view of the world, to recognize and reaffirm patterns, to consider implications that might not have

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“Thinking, Fast and Slow is an engaging comprehensive seminar in print, taught by a wise, careful, deliberate thinker. . . .

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“All this—and there’s plenty more, replete with examples and case studies—makes Understanding Emotional Intelligence a comprehensive source of insight and information for people wh

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“A Lethal Inheritance: A Mother Uncovers the Science Behind Three Generations of Mental Illness should be read with a healthy dose of caution and not as a single-source reference o

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“Understanding Autism offers an extremely useful overview of many of the issues currently being explored today in connection with autism. . . .

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“The expression ‘knowledge is power’ has never been more appropriate. Mr. DiSalvo takes the mystery out of our daily self-sabotage.

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“Living in Gratitude is an easy to read, practical guide to becoming more aware of the blessings we all have in our lives.

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“The authors of Healing at the Speed of Sound do an excellent job of providing readers with solid scientific evidence in easy-to-understand terms.

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