psychology books
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  • Mind: A Journey to the Heart of Being Human
    Views : 386
    Pages : 400

    by: Daniel J. Siegel

    Publisher: pW. W. Norton & Company

    Book Description

    A clinical professor of psychology serves up the soft, squishy side of neuroscience.

    If you are a hard-drilling student of brain science, the mind is the ghost in the machine, some matter for Cartesian pondering, with a healthy dos ... more

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    2016-10-18

    ISBN-10: 039371053X

    ISBN-13: 9780393710533

    Language: English

  • The Cyber Effect: A Pioneering Cyberpsychologist Explains How Human Behavior Changes Online
    Views : 320
    Pages : 400

    by: Mary Aiken

    Publisher: pSpiegel & Grau

    Book Description

    An expert in the field of cyberpsychology looks at how the interface between digital technology and our daily activities impacts social and personal relationships.

    Aiken is the founder and director of the Dublin-based CyberPsychology Rese ... more

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    2016-08-23

    ISBN-10: 0812997859

    ISBN-13: 9780812997859

    Language: English

  • ADHD Nation: Children, Doctors, Big Pharma, and the Making of an American Epidemic
    Views : 46
    Pages : 352

    by: Alan Schwarz

    Publisher: pScribner

    Book Description

    A troubling look at the systemic overdiagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and a chilling analysis of the effect ADHD medications have on patients, especially children.

    New York Times investigative reporter Schwar ... more

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    2016-09-06

    ISBN-10: 1501105914

    ISBN-13: 9781501105913

    Language: English

  • Enough Said: What's Gone Wrong with the Language of Politics?
    Views : 189
    Pages : 352

    by: Mark Thompson

    Publisher: pSt. Martin's Press

    Book Description

    A veteran British journalist tracks the disintegration of public discourse along the trajectory of his long career covering politics in England and the United States.

    The proliferation of Donald Trump’s crassness of speech, ad hominem a ... more

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    2016-09-06

    ISBN-10: 1250059577

    ISBN-13: 9781250059574

    Language: English

  • A Field Guide to Lies: Critical Thinking in the Information Age
    Views : 445
    Pages : 304

    by: Daniel J. Levitin

    Publisher: pDutton

    Book Description

    A crash course in Skepticism 101.

    “Much of what we read should raise our suspicions,” warns Levitin (Psychology and Behavioral Neuroscience/McGill Univ.; The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload ... more

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    2016-09-06

    ISBN-10: 0525955224

    ISBN-13: 9780525955221

    Language: English

  • Idiot Brain: What Your Head Is Really Up To
    Views : 49
    Pages : 336

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    Publisher: pW. W. Norton & Company

    Book Description

    A neuroscientist’s irreverent guide to the brain.

    In this witty and informative debut, popular Guardian science blogger and sometime stand-up comedian Burnett (Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neurosciences/Cardi ... more

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    2016-07-26

    ISBN-10: 0393253783

    ISBN-13: 9780393253788

    Language: English

  • A Book About Love
    Views : 323
    Pages : 304

    by: Jonah Lehrer

    Publisher: pSimon & Schuster

    Book Description

    Journalist Lehrer addresses the power of human attachment.

    The author, two of whose earlier books were taken out of print for plagiarism and invention of quotations and who lost his job at the New Yorker as a result, avoi ... more

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    2016-07-12

    ISBN-10: 1476761396

    ISBN-13: 9781476761398

    Language: English