1063 books (54 pages) in this category
by John Bargh
<b><b>'John Bargh's <i>Before You Know It</i> moves our understanding of the mysteries of human behaviour one giant step forward. A brilliant and convincing book.' - Malcolm Gladwell, author of <i>Blink</i> and <i>David and ...
by Robert M Sapolsky
by Diane Cullinane
by Christina A. Roberto
by S. Marc Breedlove
This lively survey of the field offers a broad perspective, encompassing cutting-edge neuroscience, lucid descriptions of behaviour, evolutionary and developmental perspectives, and clinical applications of research.Note: Each new book includes ...
by Gina Perry
<i>The true story of the most controversial psychological research of the modern era.<br></i><br>In the summer of 1961, a group of ordinary men and women volunteered for a memory experiment to be conducted by young, dynamic psychologist Stanley ...
A Practical Guide to Interpersonal Neurobiology
by Bonnie Badenoch
<p><strong>Linking the science of interpersonal neurobiology to the art of therapy.<br /><br /></strong>This book translates current advances in neuroscience into useful clinical applications for the practitioner. Linking science with clinical ...
by JAMES E. ALCOCK
<b>An expert on the psychology of belief examines how our thoughts and feelings, actions and reactions, respond not to the world as it actually is but to the world as we <i>believe</i> it to be.</b><br><br>This book explores the psychology of ...
by Paul Hanna
In his no-hype, down-to-earth style, Australia's bestselling motivational author, Paul Hanna, shows you how to focus on your dreams and achieve them. You deserve to be successful - here are some of the tools and techniques to attract that ...Audio Book
by Michael Bruch
<p>The second edition of <i>Beyond Diagnosis</i> is a fully updated and expanded examination of Vic Meyer?s pioneering case formulation approach and its application to cognitive behavioral therapy.</p> <ul> <li>Recommends dynamic, individualized
by Christopher Pierson
Over the past decade, Beyond the Welfare State? has become established as the key text on the emergence and development of welfare states. It offers a comprehensive and remarkably well-informed introduction to the ever more intense debates that ...
by Malcolm Pines
by Richard Stephens
by Malcolm Gladwell
Intuition is not some magical property that arises unbidden from the depths of our mind. It is a product of long hours and intelligent design, of meaningful work environments and particular rules and principles. This book shows us how we can ...
The Signals You Don't Know You're Sending, and How To Master Them
by Glenn Wilson
Whether we're aware of it, or not, our bodies say a lot about us. ...
by Elizabeth Kuhnke
<p>What does your body language say about you? <p>From strangers on the street, to your closest friends and family ? even if you're not speaking, you're saying a lot with your body. <p><i>Body Language</i> explores the way we use our bodies to ...
by Elizabeth Kuhnke
<b>The complete guide to mastering the art of effective body language</b> <p><i>Body Language For Dummies</i> is your ideal guide to understanding other people, and helping them understand you. Body language is a critical component of good ...
How Science, History, and Culture Drive Our Obsession with Weight--and What We Can Do about It
by Harriet Brown