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September 18, 2014
Carlsbad, California : Hay House, Inc., 2014.
xv, 219 pages ; 22 cm
"E-squared, the international [book] described by one reader as 'The Secret on crack,' provided the training wheels, the baby steps, to 'really getting it' that thoughts create reality. In E-cubed (don't worry--there will never be E to the 10th power), author Pam Grout takes you higher and deeper into the quantum field, where you'll prove that blessings and miracles are natural and that joy is only a thought away" -- Provided by publisher.
September 18, 2014
Carlsbad, California : Hay House, Inc., .
xxix, 211 pages ; 24 cm
"Famed relationship therapist, author, and media personality Dr. Jamie Turndorf shares the amazing true story of her spiritual reconnection with her beloved deceased husband, internationally renowned former Jesuit priest Emile Jean Pin. Discovering for herself that relationships don't end in death, Dr. Turndorf has created a groundbreaking new grief therapy method that combines her acclaimed conflict-resolution techniques with after-death communication. The result: an unprecedented method that enables the bereaved to reconnect, heal unfinished business, and make peace with the deceased"-- Provided by publisher.
September 17, 2014
Mischel, Walter, author.
New York : Little, Brown and Company, 2014.
viii, 326 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Psychologist Walter Mischel, designer of the well-known Marshmallow Test, explains what self-control is and how to master it.
September 17, 2014
Ontario, Canada : Harlequin, 
xvii, 235 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
September 11, 2014
Berkeley : Seal Press, .
372 pages ; 23 cm
"Perfectionists exist in every walk of life. While outwardly they appear to be very accomplished, they are often unhappy and unfulfilled. Perfectionists strive toward unattainable goals, and their behaviors can wreak havoc on both their physical health and their psychological well-being. Timely and transformative, Better than Perfect by Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo offers step-by-step instructions for perfectionists to find balance and freedom. The book defines perfectionism in easy-to-understand terms, offers simple assessment tools, and shares case studies of Lombardo's patients to highlight the condition. Also included are practical exercises and suggestions for behavioral changes, including seven ways to overcome perfectionism that range from choosing passion over perfection to remembering you're more than what you do. With the ultimate goal of helping readers achieve happiness and prosperity without the stress of making sure things are "perfect," Better than Perfect is a fundamental guide for all perfectionists seeking new, fulfilled, and empowered lives"-- Provided by publisher.
The psychology book : from shamanism to cutting-edge neuroscience, 250 milestones in the history of psychology
September 10, 2014
Pickren, Wade E., author.
New York, NY : Sterling, 
527 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.
c. 10,000 BCE Shamanism -- c. 6500 BCE Trephination -- c. 5000 BCE palmistry -- c. 700 BCE Astropsychology -- 528 BCE Buddha's four noble truths -- c. 500 BCE Confucian psychology -- c. 350 BCE Aristotle's de anima -- c. 350 BCE Asclepius and the art of healing -- c. 200 BCE Ghagavad gita -- c. 160 CE Humoral theory -- c. 900 CE Sustenance for body and soul -- 1025 Canon of medicine -- 1357 Bedlam -- 1489 Da Vinci on neuroscience -- 1506 Psychology as a term -- 1517 The protestant self -- 1538 De anima et vita -- 1580 Montaigne's essays -- 1621 The anatomy of melancholy -- 1637 Mind-body dualism -- 1651 Leviathan -- 1664 Cerebri anatome -- 1690 Tabula rasa -- 1719 The familiar and the novel -- 1747 L'homme machine -- 1759 The theory of moral sentiments -- 1762 Rousseau's natural child -- 1766 Mesmerism -- 1775 Physiognomy -- 1781 Kant : Is psychology a science? -- 1788 Moral treatment -- 1801 Victor, the wild boy of Aveyron -- 1811 Bell-magendie law -- 1832 Phrenology comes to America -- 1834 Just-noticeable difference (JND) - 1835 Moral insanity (psychopathy) -- 1838 Munchausen syndrome -- 1840 Kindergarten -- 1843 Can machines think? -- 1848 The curious case of Phineas Gage -- 1851 Circular insanity -- 1859 Mind-cure -- 1859 On the Origin of Species -- 1861 Localization of brain function -- 1866 Down syndrome -- 1867 Prosopagnosia -- 1867 Sensory physiology -- 1871 Synesthesia -- 1872 Phantom limb pain -- 1874 Nature versus nurture -- 1874 Experimental psychology -- 1877 Baby biographies -- 1879 Mental chronometry -- 1880 Anna O. -- 1885 Tourette syndrome -- 1885 Multiple personality disorder -- 1886 Hysteria -- 1886 Experimental hypnosis -- 1886 Psychopathia sexualis -- 1890 The principles of psychology -- 1890 Psychological tests -- 1892 American Psychological Association -- 1896 Functional psychology -- 1897 Oedipus Complex -- 1898 Torres straits expedition -- 1898 The puzzle box -- 1899 Pelmanism -- 1899 Psychoanalysis -- 1900 The interpretation of dreams -- 1902 Psychology of testimony -- 1903 Psychotechnics -- 1903 Classical conditioning -- 1904 Adolescence -- 1904 Culture-bound syndromes -- 1905 Psychosexual development -- 1905 Binet-Simon test of mental levels -- 1906 The Emmanuel movement -- 1907 Birth order -- 1907 Inferiority complex -- 1907 Casa dei bambini -- 1908 Yerkes-Dodson Law -- 1908 The schizophrenias -- 1909 Apes and language -- 1911 Psychology of music -- 1912 Gestalt psychology -- 1912 Experimental Neurosis -- 1912 Eugenics and intelligence -- 1913 Jungian psychology -- 1913 The lie detector -- 1913 Behaviorism -- 1914 Variability hypothesis -- 1915 Shell shock -- 1915 Modern psychology in India -- 1918 American Classification of Mental Disorders (DSM) -- 1921 Army intelligence tests and racism -- 1921Projective tests (Rorschach inkblots) -- 1921 Neurotransmission -- 1922 Feminine psychology -- 1923 Capgras syndrome -- 1924 Cheaper by the dozen -- 1924 Brain imaging -- 1925 Somatypes -- 1926 Genetic epistemology -- 1927 Growth studies -- 1927 Hawthorne effect -- 1927 Zeigarnik effect -- 1928 cultural relativism -- 1929 Rattus norvegicus var. albinus (neobehaviorism) -- 1930 Operant chamber (Skinner box) -- 1931 Supertasters -- 1932 Remembering and forgetting -- 1933 Marienthal study -- 1934 Archetypes -- 1934 Zone of proximal development -- 1935 Thematic apperception test (TAT) -- 1935 Psychosurgery -- 1935 Psychological lifespace -- 1936 Defense mechanisms -- 1936 [B=f(P,E]=the lifespace -- 1937 Sensory deprivation -- 1937 Turing machine -- 1938 The Ames room -- 1938 Electroshock therapy -- 1939 Psychosomatic medicine -- 1939 The organism (mind and body) -- 1939 Wechsler-Bellevue intelligence scale -- 1939 Frustration and aggression -- 1940 Minnesota multiphasic personality inventory (MMPI) -- 1941 Psychical discharges (cortical stimulation) -- 1942 Behavior genetics -- 1943 Cybernetics -- 1943 The doll studies -- 1943 Hierarchy of needs -- 1943 Myers-Briggs type indicator (MBTI) -- 1943 Autism -- 1944 Personality and the behavior disorders -- 1944 Sex roles -- 1945 Failure to thrive -- 1946 Logotherapy -- 1947 Client-centered therapy -- 1948 Self-fulfilling prophecy -- 1948 Neuroplasticity -- 1948-1953 The Kinsey reports -- 1949 Big five personality factors -- 1949 The hero with a thousand faces -- 1950 Stress -- 1950 Antianxiety medications -- 1950 Identity crisis -- 1950 The authoritarian personality -- 1950 Family therapy -- 1950 Brainwashing -- 1951 Gestalt therapy -- 1951 Conformity and independence -- 1952 King Solomon's ring -- 1952 Antipsychotic medications -- 1952 Lives in progress -- 1953 The case of H.M. -- 1953 Cocktail party effect -- 1953 REM sleep -- 1954 Pleasure and pain centers -- 1954 Contact hypothesis -- 1954 Robbers cave (intergroup conflict) -- 1954 Teaching machine -- 1955 Cognitive therapy -- 1955 Placebo effect -- 1956 Short-term memory -- 1956 Double bind theory -- 1956 Logic theorist -- 1957 Antidepressant medications -- 1957 Cognitive dissonance -- 1957 The age of psychology -- 1957 Subliminal perception -- 1957 Homosexuality is not an illness -- 1958 fundamental attribution error -- 1958 (Surrogate) mother love -- 1958 Moral development -- 1958 Choosing the right stuff -- 1958 Systematic desensitization -- 1959 Type A personality -- 1959 The presentation of self in everyday life -- 1960 Burnout -- 1960 The visual cliff -- 1960 Center for cognitive studies -- 1961 Enriched environments -- 1961 Token economy -- 1961 Biofeedback -- 1961 Bobo Sikolohiyang Pilipino -- 1977 Biopsychosocial model of health -- 1977 Stages of adult cognition -- 1978 Seasons of life -- 1978 The golden cage -- 1978 Theory of mind -- 1979 Ecological systems theory -- 1979 Social identity theory -- 1979 Hardiness -- 1980 Nurtuant-task model of leadership -- 1980 DSM-III -- 1980 Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) -- 1981 Stages of faith -- 1982 In a different voice -- 1983 Multiple intelligences -- 1984 The Flynn effect -- 1986 Touch therapy -- 1986 Triangular theory of love -- 1989 Liberation psychology -- 1990 Animal-assisted therapy (AAT) -- 1990 Flow -- 1992 Mirror neurons -- 1992 Social ontogenesis -- 1993 Mind-body medicine -- 1994 Misinformation effect -- 1995 Looping effects of human kinds -- 1995 Stereotype threat -- 1996 Autonomous-relations self -- 1996 The emotional brain -- 2000 Tend and befriend -- 2000 Positive psychology -- 2004 Emerging adulthood -- 2008 Sexual fluidity -- 2013 The BRAIN initiative.
What could be more fascinating than the workings of the human mind? This stunningly illustrated survey in Sterling's Milestones series chronicles the history of psychology through 250 landmark events, theories, publications, experiments, and discoveries. Beginning with ancient philosophies of well-being, it touches on such controversial topics as phrenology, sexual taboos, electroshock therapy, multiple personality disorder, and the nature of evil.
September 10, 2014
Steinberg, Laurence D., 1952-
Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2014.
264 pages ; 24 cm
"An Eamon Dolan Book"-- Title page.
"A leading authority draws on new research to explain why the adolescent years are so developmentally crucial, and what we must do to raise happier, more successful kids. Adolescence now lasts longer than ever before. And as world-renowned expert on adolescent psychology Dr. Laurence Steinberg argues, this makes these years the key period in determining individuals' life outcomes, demanding that we change the way we parent, educate, and understand young people. In Age of Opportunity, Steinberg leads readers through a host of new findings -- including groundbreaking original research -- that reveal what the new timetable of adolescence means for parenting 13-year-olds (who may look more mature than they really are) versus 20-somethings (who may not be floundering even when it looks like they are). He also explains how the plasticity of the adolescent brain, rivaling that of years 0 through 3, suggests new strategies for instilling self-control during the teenage years. Packed with useful knowledge, Age of Opportunity is a sweeping book in the tradition of Reviving Ophelia, and an essential guide for parents and educators of teenagers"-- Provided by publisher.
September 8, 2014
Harvey, Steve, 1956- author.
New York : Amistad, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 
x, 226 pages ; 22 cm
When enough is enough -- Discovering and embracing your gift -- Maximizing your gift -- Creating your legacy.
September 8, 2014
New York : Crown Publishers, 
300 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 24 cm
Subtitle appears as: Who we are* *when we think no one's looking.
An irreverent, provocative, and visually fascinating look at what our online lives reveal about who we really are--and how this deluge of data will transform the science of human behavior. Big Data is used to spy on us, hire and fire us, and sell us things we don't need. In Dataclysm, Christian Rudder puts this flood of information to an entirely different use: understanding human nature. Drawing on terabytes of data from Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, OkCupid, and many other sites, Rudder examines the terrain of human experience. He charts the rise and fall of America's most reviled word through Google Search, examines the new dynamics of collaborative rage on Twitter, and traces human migration over time, showing how groups of people move from certain small towns to the same big cities across the globe. And he grapples with the challenge of maintaining privacy in a world where these explorations are possible. Audacious, entertaining, and illuminating, Dataclysm is a portrait of our essential selves--and a first look at a revolution in the making. -- Provided by publisher.
September 5, 2014
New York : Random House, 
xvi, 254 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
August 28, 2014
New York : Random House, Inc.,
v. ; 28 cm.
At head of title: The Princeton Review.
August 28, 2014
Novato, California : New World Library, 
xvi, 228 pages ; 22 cm
"The notions that passion always peters out, that there's a "seven-year itch," and that honeymoons are over once reality sets in are cliche;s with truth to them. But that doesn't mean that long-term love is impossible. As veteran couples therapist Linda Carroll shows, love "cycles," including Doubt and Denial, are part of genuine intimacy, rather than signs of its demise. In fact, asserts Carroll, it is by courageously moving through what comes after the rapturous initial Merge cycle that we get to authentic intimate relationship. As crucial as our willingness to navigate stormy waters of Disillusionment and Decision is embracing the inner personal development that is both a reward of and prerequisite for Wholehearted Loving. The goal, that Carroll demonstrates how to attain, is to become our best self and share that self - joyfully and honestly - with another"-- Provided by publisher.
August 22, 2014
New York : Simon & Schuster, 
xvii, 266 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Explores the adolescent years and draws on extensive research to offer teens practical ways to cope with such important issues as peers, parents, relationships, school choices, and the future.
August 11, 2014
New York : Atria Books, 2014.
xix, 313 pages : illustration ; 24 cm
To my reader : to glow in all directions -- The daily migration -- Practices -- The necessary rain -- The sanctity of experience -- What's in the way is the way -- Our inch of light -- Praise and blame -- Losing yourself -- Exhausting the struggle -- Saying yes -- Meeting difficulty -- Just this person -- A dream we're close to living hearing the cries of the world -- Always beginning -- To understand the weave -- The goldweigher's field -- The last quarter -- What do we do with what we feel? -- Our ring of fear -- The troubles of living -- The sweet ache of being alive -- The flute of interior time -- The hard human spring -- The mark of our hands: to immerse ourselves -- A turn in the path -- Beyond the old protections -- Staying in relationship -- If just for a moment -- The most difficult two inches on earth -- Shiny things from the deep -- All things are true -- Beyond seeking -- Born of the moment -- Little by little -- Without pause -- The exchange that brings us alive : what more could I ask for? -- The courage not to waste our gifts -- Reliable truths -- Outlasting the glare -- The magic of peace -- Taking turns a the edge of the world -- The one true world -- Gratitudes -- Notes -- About the author -- Permissions.
August 6, 2014
Levitin, Daniel J.
New York, N.Y. : Dutton, 
xxvi, 496 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Daniel J. Levitin, Ph.D., uses the latest brain science to demonstrate how people with "organized" minds excel--and how readers can use their methods to regain a sense of mastery over the way they organize their homes, workplaces, and lives.
August 4, 2014
Byock, Ira, author.
New York : Simon & Schuster, 2014.
xxvi, 244 pages ; 22 cm
Newly updated with stories from people who have turned to this life-altering book in their time of need, this motivational teaching about what really matters reminds us how we can honor each relationship every day.
August 1, 2014
Shenk, Joshua Wolf.
Boston : Eamon Dolan/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2014.
xxv, 339 pages : illustration ; 24 cm
"Recently writers like Malcolm Gladwell, Steven Johnson, and Clay Shirky have sought to explain creativity as the work of lucky, hardworking people or the result of certain qualities of a particular environment or group of people. Joshua Wolf Shenk shows how such notions, as appealing as they are, miss the essence of creativity, which is generated by people working in pairs. From John Lennon and Paul McCartney to Pierre and Marie Curie to Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Shenk portrays many of history's most iconic creative duos, drawing on new scientific research and building an argument that will reshape our view of the individual, relationships, and society itself. Along the way, he reveals how pairs begin to talk, think, and even look like each other; how the most successful ones thrive on conflict; why they break up; and more. He also marshals new research that suggests how deeply the notion of pairing influences our psyches: even when we're alone, we're collaborating with the voice inside our head. At once intuitive and deeply surprising, Powers of Two is mind-blowing"-- Provided by publisher.
August 1, 2014
Hogshead, Sally, author.
New York, NY : Harper Business, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 
viii, 428 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Where it begins: unlearn boring -- How to read this book -- How does the world see you? Why discover your highest distinct value ; How to discover your highest distinct value -- The fascination advantage system. The seven fascination advantages ; The archetypes -- Your anthem: the tagline for your personality. The fascination laboratory ; Discover your differences ; The anthem method ; Teams, advantages, and anthems -- Afterword.
How is your personality most likely to impress and influence the person sitting on the other side of the desk or boardroom? Once you know what makes you valuable to others, you're more authentic and confident, and more able to make a positive impression. It all begins with understanding how the world sees you-- at your best. Hogshead gives you the step-by-step method to describe yourself in just two or three words. This short phrase is your Anthem, the tagline for your personality. It will guide you like a mission statement, helping you to build your team, write a LinkedIn profile, or captivate an audience.
Riveted : the science of why jokes make us laugh, movies make us cry, and religion makes us feel one with the universe
July 31, 2014
New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.
282 pages ; 25 cm
Hardwiring for socializing -- Wizard's first rule : hope and fear's anti-sweet spot -- The thrill of discovering patterns -- Incongruity : absurdism, mystery, and puzzle -- Our biological nature -- Our psychological biases -- Why we get riveted.
"A ... look at what grabs our attention that pulls back the curtain on the psychological and evolutionary reasons that everyone is drawn to religion, conspiracy theories, and the news"-- Provided by publisher.
July 29, 2014
Fine, Debra, author.
xviii, 136 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Describes how to develop the ability to have in-person conversations, offering practical advice on balancing real-world and online relationships and gaining confidence to speak up in personal, educational, and professional atmospheres.
Blue mind : the surprising science that shows how being near, in, on, or under water can make you happier, healthier, more connected and better at what you do
July 29, 2014
Nichols, Wallace J., author.
xviii, 333 pages ; 25 cm
Why do we love water so much? -- Water and the brain : neuroscience and blue mind -- The water premium -- The senses, the body, and "big blue" -- Blue mind at work and play -- Red mind, gray mind, blue mind : the health benefits of water -- Blue unified : connection and water -- Only connect -- A million blue marbles.
There's something about water that attracts and fascinates us. No wonder: it's the most omnipresent substance on Earth and, along with air, the primary ingredient for supporting life. From afar, our planet looks like a blue marble; we ourselves are three-quarters H₂O. We know instinctively that being near water makes us healthier and happier, reduces stress, and brings us peace. But why? And what might the answer tell us about how we should be living our lives? Now, we can finally answer these questions--and those answers are life-changing. As Wallace Nichols reveals here, we are at the forefront of a wave of neuroscience, evolutionary biology, and medical research that illuminates the physiological and brain processes that underlie our transformative connection to water. Drawing on this breakthrough science, and on compelling personal stories from athletes, scientists, veterans, and artists, Nichols shows how proximity to water can: improve performance in a wide range of fields; increase calm and diminish anxiety much better than medication; amplify creativity--artistic and otherwise; increase generosity and compassion; increase professional success; improve our overall health and well-being; and reinforce our connection to the natural world--and one another.--From publisher description.
July 21, 2014
Herceg, Rose, author.
Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2013.
viii, 212 p. ; 21 cm.
Power is a loaded word. It shouldn't be. It's the currency we trade in today and we all need it. Knowing how it works, how to get to it and how to use it can make life much easier. From power in relationships to power in families to power in society to power in the workplace, The Power Book will teach you how to be a more powerful person and how to use that power wisely.
July 15, 2014
253 pages ; 18 cm
"99̲u Volume one"--Spine.
Are you over-extended, over-distracted, and overwhelmed? Do you work at a breakneck pace all day, only to find that you haven’t accomplished the most important things on your agenda when you leave the office? The world has changed and the way we work has to change, too. With wisdom from 20 leading creative minds, Manage Your Day-to-Day will give you a toolkit for tackling the new challenges of a 24/7, always-on workplace.
July 11, 2014
Miller, Abby Lee.
New York, NY : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 
x, 242 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 21 cm
"Ultimate 'Tiger Mom' Abby Lee Miller--the passionate, unapologetically outspoken, tough-as-nails star of Lifetime's ... Dance Moms and Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition--offers inspirational, tough love guidance for parents who want to help their children succeed and for readers of all ages striving to become the best they can be"-- Provided by publisher.
July 10, 2014
Olson, Jeff (Jeff A.)
Austin, TX : Greenleaf Book Group Press, c2013.
xii, 280 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
"Turning simple disciplines into massive success & happiness."--Cover.
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