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  • What Would Freud Do?by Sarah Tomley

    Octopus 2017; US$ 15.99

    Ever wondered what Wilfred Bion would have to say about your horrible boss's behaviour? Or how Carl Jung would feel about your mid-life crisis red Ferrari? Ever wondered if Eric Berne might have the perfect answer to the question, 'Does my bum look big in this?'? Find answers to all of life's important questions with What Would Freud Do? . The book... more...

  • The Secret Life of the Mind: How Our Brain Thinks, Feels and Decidesby Mariano Sigman

    HarperCollins Publishers 2017; US$ 18.70

    A vast yet compact view of cognitive neuroscience, a groundbreaking, personal and comprehensive guide into understanding our thoughts. more...

  • Careful!by Steve Casner

    Pan Macmillan 2017; US$ 16.88

    The modern world can be a dangerous place, filled with fast cars, smart phones, drugs and extreme sports. Meanwhile, we humans are as fragile as ever. In fact, after a century of decline in injuries and accidental deaths they are on the rise again. The question is ? why? Steve Casner has devoted his career to studying the psychology of safety, and... more...

  • In Writingby Adam Phillips

    Penguin Books Ltd 2017; US$ 23.96

    For Adam Phillips - as for Freud and many of his followers - poetry and poets have always held an essential place, as both precursors and unofficial collaborators in the psychoanalytic project. But the same has never held true in reverse. What, Phillips wonders, at the start of this deeply engaging book, has psychoanalysis meant for writers? And what... more...

  • Individual Differences and Personalityby Michael C. Ashton

    Elsevier Science 2017; US$ 74.95

    Individual Differences and Personality, Third Edition provides a comprehensive overview of research on personality. The book begins with the main approaches to the study of personality, basic principles of personality measurement, the concept of personality traits, and the major dimensions of personality variation. Further chapters review personality... more...

  • Graded Modalityby Daniel Lassiter

    OUP Oxford 2017; US$ 44.99

    This book explores graded expressions of modality, such as more likely than and quite possible, which provide a rich and underexplored source of insight into modal semantics. The volume explores and expands the typology of scales among English adjectives and uses the result to shed light on the meanings of a variety of epistemic and deontic modals. more...

  • The Nature of Desireby Federico Lauria; Julien A. Deonna

    Oxford University Press 2017; US$ 72.99

    Desires are central to our lives, yet we rarely understand them. What are they? And are they motivational or evaluative states? Should philosophy adopt an alternative picture entirely? Answering these questions is vital to a number of issues in philosophy of mind and ethics. This volume comprehensively explores this neglected, albeit crucial, dimension... more...

  • Vengeance in Reverseby Mark R. Anspach

    Michigan State University Press 2017; US$ 19.95

    How do humans stop fighting? Where do the gods of myth come from? What does it mean to go mad? Mark R. Anspach tackles these and other conundrums as he draws on ethnography, literature, psychotherapy, and the theory of René Girard to explore some of the fundamental mechanisms of human interaction. Likening gift exchange to vengeance in reverse, the... more...

  • Learning ACT for Group Treatmentby Darrah Westrup; M. Joann Wright

    New Harbinger Publications 2017; US$ 39.35

    Learning ACT for Group Treatment presents a powerful manual for clinicians, therapists, and counselors looking to implement acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) in group therapy with clients. The book is a composite of stand-alone sessions, and provides detailed explanations of each of the core ACT processes, as well as printable worksheets,... more...

  • Cure Your Phobia in 24 Hoursby Richard Reid

    Ebury Publishing 2017; US$ 12.68

    If you have a fear, phobia or anxiety that?s stopping you from living the life that you want, then Cure Your Phobia in 24 hours is here to help. Through carefully honed techniques and strategies, Richard Reid will unlock your true inner potential. As well as overcoming your immediate fear or phobia in record time, you will also activate your... more...