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279 pages ; 21 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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192 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
  • Jung analysant -- Situons d'abord quelques repères biographiques -- Rêves primordiaux -- Le rêve des chevaux -- Rêves de transfert, acte I -- La maison des morts -- Le retour du père mort -- La tour du château -- La crise -- Le Livre Rouge -- Une folie divine -- Meurtres -- Des symboles incarnés -- Les Sept sermons aux morts -- Rêves de transfert, acte II -- Le jeune Arabe, meurtre II -- Mandalas -- Un savoir pour les morts -- L'aile étrangère -- Le savant -- Identification -- Une psychose de transfert -- Un Dieu -- Un transfert psychotique -- Carrefour du narcissisme -- Narcissisme ou/et transfert -- Représentations de mots ou/et représentations de choses -- Idéalisation ou sublimation -- Une blessure narcissique -- Psychose ou transfert psychotique ? -- Une psychose infantile ? -- Freud-Jung, un transfert psychotique.., -- Du symbole -- Le transfert psychotique ne peut s'exprimer qu'en symboles -- Du symptôme au symbole et vice-versa -- Nouage de la lettre -- Retour au réel -- Un inconscient réel -- Régression vers le signe de perception -- Un procès d'unarisation -- Le trait unaire -- De la trace au trait -- Travail de la lettre -- Identification à un trait -- La fonction symbolique -- Le symbole, union des contraires -- Mort du père.
"Le rêve n'est pas un évènement ponctuel. Il est la partie émergée d'une structure souterraine, inconsciente, qui s'apparente à un rhizome. C'est ce qui a permis à l'auteur de conduire l'analyse des rêves de Jung, transcrits dans son autobiographie, et d'en retrouver le fil. Ce fil délié par la crise que traverse Jung à la suite de sa rupture avec Freud, première fracture du mouvement psychanalytique, se renoue avec l'écriture du Livre Rouge, prototype de l'oeuvre à venir. La progression ultérieure des rêves et leur enchainement viennent témoigner de ce que fia le transfert Freud-Jung et préciser son enjeu. Ce qui se dessine là et au-delà de la particularité du "cas", c'est bien l'avènement d'un nouveau langage, renouveau dont la lettre du rêve constitue le vecteur."--Page 4 of cover.
Green Library
xvii, 276 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm.
We like to think of ourselves, our friends, and our families as pretty decent people. We may not be saints, but we are basically good, fairly honest, relatively kind, and mostly trustworthy. One of the central themes of The Character Gap is that we are badly mistaken in thinking this way. In recent years, hundreds of psychological studies have been done which tell a rather different story. We have serious character flaws that prevent us from being good people, many of which we do not even recognize in ourselves. Does this mean that instead we are wretched people, vicious, cruel or hateful? Christian Miller does not argue that this is necessarily the case either. Instead, the more we put our characters to the test, the more we see that we are a mixed bag. On the one hand, most of us as bystanders will do nothing as someone cries out for help. Even worse, under pressure from authority figures we might kill innocent people. Yet it is also true that there will be many times when we selflessly come to the aid of a complete stranger, or don't lie, steal, or cheat even if we could get away with it. As we embark on this journey of putting our characters to the test, some of the main questions will include: What is good character? Why should we bother working to develop a good character? What does the research in psychology suggest about how good (or bad) our characters really are? What secular strategies for improving our characters show a lot of promise? What religious, and specifically Christian, strategies for improving our characters show a lot of promise? In The Character Gap Miller shows not only how mixed our characters tend to be, but also how we can try to bridge the gap between who we are and the virtuous people we should strive to become.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190264222 20180129
Green Library
304 pages ; 20 cm
  • Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Conflicted Attitudes Chapter 3: Conflicted Habits Chapter 4: Conflicted Cognitions Chapter 5: Conflicted Talk Chapter 6: Conflicted Memories Chapter 7: Conflicted Roles Chapter 8: Concluding Remarks.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138665798 20180205
One of the greatest paradoxes of human behavior is our tendency to say one thing and do something completely different. We think of ourselves as positive and fair-minded, caring about other people and our environment, yet our behavior lets us down time and time again. Part of the reason for this is that we may have two separate 'selves': two separate and dissociated mental systems - one conscious, reflective and rational, and one whose motives and instincts are rooted in the unconscious and whose operation resists reflection, no matter how hard we try.ã In all kinds of areas of our life - love, politics, race, smoking, survival - one system seems to make very different sorts of judgements to the other, and is subject to distinct, hidden biases.ã The Conflicted Mind explores how and why this system operates as it does and how we may use that knowledge to promote positive behaviour change.ã However, the `conflicted mind' is a broader concept than just the clash between potential (hypothetical) systems of thinking, because in one form or another it forms the very pillars on which the edifice of social psychology is built.ã This unique book therefore examines key social psychology theories and research in a new light, including Festinger's concept of cognitive dissonance, Milgram's obedience experiments, Bateson's description of conflict in communications, and Bartlett's explorations of the constructive nature of human memory. Geoffrey Beattie argues that although these classic studies were sometimes great and imaginative beginnings, they were also full of flaws, which social psychology must remedy if it is to make the kind of impact it aspires to. In doing so, he offers a ground breaking perspective on why we think and act in the way we do, to see what lessons can be learned for the discipline of social psychology going forward. Written in the author's distinct open and engaging style, The Conflicted Mind is a fascinating resource for researchers, specialists, and students in the field, as well as the general reader.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138665798 20180205
Green Library
xv, 586 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Acknowledgments
  • List of figures and tables
  • Notes on contributors
  • Introduction / Michael Lackner
  • Divination and literature : excavated and extant
  • A recently published Shanghai Museum bamboo manuscript on divination / Marco Caboara
  • Hexagrams and prognostication in the weishu literature : the thirty-two-year cycle of the Qian zuo du / Bent Nielsen
  • The representation of mantic arts in the high culture of Medieval China / Paul W.Kroll
  • Divination, fate manipulation, and protective knowledge in and around the wedding of the Duke of Zhou and peach blossom girl, a popular myth of late imperial China / Vincent Durand-Dastès
  • Divination and religions
  • A list of magic and mantic practices in the Buddhist canon / Esther-Maria Guggenmos
  • The allegorical cosmos : the Shi ... board in Medieval Taoist and Buddhist sources / Dominic Steavu
  • Divining hail : deities, energies, and tantra on the Tibetan plateau / Anne C. Klein
  • Divination and politics
  • Early Chinese divination and its rhetoric / Martin Kern
  • Choosing auspicious dates and sites for royal ceremonies in eighteenth-century Korea / Kwon Soo Park
  • Divination and individual
  • Exploring the mandates of heaven : Wen Tianxiang's concepts of fate and mantic knowledge / Hsien-huei Liao
  • Chŏng Yak-yong on Yijing divination / Yung Sik Kim
  • From Jianghu to Liumang : working conditions and cultural identity of wandering fortune-tellers in contemporary China / Stéphanie Homola
  • Women and divination in contemporary Korea / Jennifer Jung-Kim
  • Mantle arts : when east meets west
  • Translation and adaption : the continuous interplay between Chinese astrology and foreign culture / Che-Chia Chang
  • Against prognostication : Ferdinand verbiest's criticisms of Chinese mantic arts / Pingyi Chu
  • Contradictory forms of knowledge? Divination and western knowledge in late Qing and early republican china / Fan Li and Michael Lackner
  • Western horoscopic astrology in Korea / Yong Hoon Jun
  • Reflections on mantic arts
  • How to quantify the value of domino combinations? Divination and shifting rationalities in late imperial China / Andrea Bréard
  • Correlating time within one's hand : the use of temporal variables in early modern Japanese "chronomancy" techniques / Matthias Hayek
  • The physical shape theory of Fengshui in China and Korea / Sanghak Oh
  • Index.
Green Library
xxiv, 283 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
  • Introduction-- Jonathan Barry, Owen Davies and Cornelie Usborne.- Contested Knowledge: The Historical Anthropologist's Approach to European Witchcraft-- Willem de Blecourt.- Witches and Devil's Magic in Austrian Demonological Legends-- Christa Agnes Tuczay.- Hanna Dyab's Witch and the Great Witch Switch-- Ruth Bottigheimer.- The Mirror of the Witches (1600). A German tragedy in context-- Rita Voltmer.- Unravelling the Myth and Histories of the Weighing Test at Oudewater: the case of Leentje Williams-- Machteld Lowensteyn.- The North Sea as a Crossroads of Witchcraft Beliefs: the limited importance of political boundaries-- Hans de Waardt.- "Kind in words and deeds, but false in their hearts". Fear of evil conspiracy in late sixteenth-century Denmark-- Louise Nyholm Kallestrup.- "Ein gefehrlich Ding, darin leichtlich zuviel geschieht" (A dangerous thing in which too much happens easily): The end of village witch-trials in the Saar region-- Eva Labouvie.- News from the Invisible World: the publishing history of tales of the supernatural c.1660-1832-- Jonathan Barry.- Researching Reverse-Witch Trials in Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century England-- Owen Davies.- The Catechism of Witch Lore in Twentieth-Century Denmark-- Gustav Henningsen.- Magic and Counter-Magic in Twenty-First-Century Bosnia-- Mirjam Mencej.- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319637839 20171204
This volume is a collection based on the contributions to witchcraft studies of Willem de Blecourt, to whom it is dedicated, and who provides the opening chapter, setting out a methodological and conceptual agenda for the study of cultures of witchcraft (broadly defined) in Europe since the Middle Ages. It includes contributions from historians, anthropologists, literary scholars and folklorists who have collaborated closely with De Blecourt. Essays pick up some or all of the themes and approaches he pioneered, and apply them to cases which range in time and space across all the main regions of Europe since the thirteenth century until the present day. While some draw heavily on texts, others on archival sources, and others on field research, they all share a commitment to reconstructing the meaning and lived experience of witchcraft (and its related phenomena) to Europeans at all levels, respecting the many varieties and ambiguities in such meanings and experiences and resisting attempts to reduce them to master narratives or simple causal models.The chapter 'News from the Invisible World: The Publishing History of Tales of the Supernatural c.1660-1832' is available open access under a CC BY 4.0 license at link.springer.com.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319637839 20171204
Green Library
96 pages ; 23 cm
Green Library
xvi, 395 pages ; 24 cm
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations
  • Introduction
  • 1. Prophetic mania
  • 2. Telestic mania and near-death experiences
  • 3. Bakcheia
  • 4. Mania on the battlefield and on the march
  • 5. Nympholepsy
  • 6. Poetic mania
  • 7. Erotic mania
  • 8. The philosopher's mania and his path to truth
  • Epilogue. Perspectives on the divine mania
  • Index.
`Our greatest blessings come to us by way of mania, provided it is given us by divine gift, ' - says Socrates in Plato's Phaedrus. Certain forms of alteration of consciousness, considered to be inspired by supernatural forces, were actively sought in ancient Greece. Divine mania comprises a fascinating array of diverse experiences: numerous initiates underwent some kind of alteration of consciousness during mystery rites; sacred officials and inquirers attained revelations in major oracular centres; possession states were actively sought; finally, some thinkers, such as Pythagoras and Socrates, probably practiced manipulation of consciousness. These experiences, which could be voluntary or involuntary, intense or mild, were interpreted as an invasive divine power within one's mind, or illumination granted by a super-human being. Greece was unique in its attitude to alteration of consciousness. From the perspective of individual and public freedom, the prominent position of the divine mania in Greek society reflects its acceptance of the inborn human proclivity to experience alteration of consciousness, interpreted in positive terms as god-sent. These mental states were treated with cautious respect, and in contrast to the majority of complex societies, ancient and modern, were never suppressed or pushed to the cultural and social periphery.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138298118 20180219
Green Library
x, 267 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Foundations
  • Investigating the evolution of representational decision making
  • The nature and reality of representational decision making
  • A moderate evolutionary psychology
  • The need for a new account of the evolution of representational decision making
  • The evolution of cognitive representational decision making
  • The evolution of conative representational decision making
  • Extended representational decision making : a synthesis
  • Specialist versus generalist decision making
  • The psychological underpinnings of helping behaviors
  • Conclusion
  • Notes
  • References
  • Index.
Green Library
x, 397 pages ; 25 cm
  • Introduction
  • Why we hide our motives. Animal behavior
  • Competition
  • Norms
  • Cheating
  • Self-deception
  • Counterfeit reasons
  • Hidden motives in everyday life. Body language
  • Laughter
  • Conversation
  • Consumption
  • Art
  • Charity
  • Education
  • Medicine
  • Religion
  • Politics
  • Conclusion.
Human beings are primates, and primates are political animals. Our brains, therefore, are designed not just to hunt and gather, but also to help us get ahead socially, often via deception and self-deception. But while we may be self-interested schemers, we benefit by pretending otherwise. The less we know about our own ugly motives, the better - and thus we don't like to talk or even think about the extent of our selfishness. This is "the elephant in the brain." Such an introspective taboo makes it hard for us to think clearly about our nature and the explanations for our behavior. The aim of this book, then, is to confront our hidden motives directly - to track down the darker, unexamined corners of our psyches and blast them with floodlights. Then, once everything is clearly visible, we can work to better understand ourselves: Why do we laugh? Why are artists sexy? Why do we brag about travel? Why do we prefer to speak rather than listen? Our unconscious motives drive more than just our private behavior; they also infect our venerated social institutions such as Art, School, Charity, Medicine, Politics, and Religion. In fact, these institutions are in many ways designed to accommodate our hidden motives, to serve covert agendas alongside their "official" ones. The existence of big hidden motives can upend the usual political debates, leading one to question the legitimacy of these social institutions, and of standard policies designed to favor or discourage them. You won't see yourself - or the world - the same after confronting the elephant in the brain.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190495992 20180122
Law Library (Crown)
x, 173 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Acknowledgements. Preface: Consciousness - The Dark Energy of the Brain? Chapter 1: Psychology and the Scientific Study of Consciousness. Psychology Focuses on the Study of Psychological Reality. Early Psychology as the Science of the Conscious Mind. 20th Century Psychology as the Science of Behaviour, Cognition, and the Unconscious. Psychology without Consciousness: The Baby Was Thrown Out with the Bathwater. 21st Century Psychology Welcomes Consciousness Back. Three Modern Philosophical Problems: "What Is It Like", "The Explanatory Gap", and "The Hard Problem". Some Research Problems in the Science of Consciousness. How do we see? How does visual information processing in our eyes and in the brain turn into vivid, colorful visual experiences in consciousness?. How do all the streams of different types of sensory information processed by our senses and by the brain come to be unified into a single "picture" or a 3-D simulation of the perceptual world?. What happens to consciousness when we act in the "zombie mode"? Do we need consciousness to guide our behaviors at all?. Who is conscious anyway? And how do we know?. What happens to consciousness if the brain is injured?. What happens to consciousness during sleep?. Is hypnosis an altered state?. Can science explain mystical experiences?. Chapter Summary Chapter 2: What Is Consciousness?. The Concept of Consciousness. Phenomenal Consciousness. The structure of phenomenal consciousness. Reflective consciousness: the thinking conscious mind. Self-awareness. Summary: Three core concepts of consciousness. The state of being conscious and the particular contents of consciousness. Consciousness and Behavior: Zombies and Inverse Zombies. Confusing concepts. Consciousness as responsiveness to stimulation. Consciousness as the spotlight of attention. Consciousness as awareness of something. Consciousness and wakefulness. Chapter summary Chapter 3: The Philosophy of Consciousness. Philosophy Probes the Fundamental Questions About Consciousness. The Fundamental Nature of Consciousness. Dualism: The Ghost in the Machine. Monistic Materialism (Physicalism). Reductive materialism. Layers of reality: One or many?. Emergent materialism. Idealism. Neutral monism. Functionalism. The Philosophical Core of the Mind-Body Problem. The Hard Problem and the Explanatory Gap. Have we reached the Limits of Science?. Chapter Summary Chapter 4: The History of Consciousness in Psychological Science. Introduction. Before the Golden Age: A Science of Consciousness Shall Never Be. Prelude to Consciousness Science: The Scientific Measurement of Consciousness. Wilhelm Wundt: The Founding Father of Experimental Psychology. The Atoms of Consciousness: Titchener and Structuralism. Analytic Introspection: The Microscope of Consciousness Science. The Table of Conscious Elements Faces Problems. The Dynamic Stream and the Holistic Field of Consciousness. The Rise and Fall of the First Golden Age. Consciousness Driven to Exile by Behaviorism and Psychoanalysis. Why Psychology Should not be the Science of Consciousness: Part One: Freud and psychoanalysis Part Two: Watson and behaviorism. Cognitive Science: A Science of the Mind, Devoid of Consciousness. Towards the New Golden Age of Consciousness Science Chapter 5: Methods for the Scientific Study of Consciousness. How to Measure Consciousness Scientifically?. Subjective Verbal Reports: Dream Research. Problems with Descriptive Introspection. Content Analysis of Verbal Reports. Experience Sampling Methods. Thinking out Loud. Retrospective Questionnaires. Experimental Methods to Study Consciousness in the Laboratory. Subjective Report Scales. Change Blindness. Inattentional Blindness. Chapter Summary Chapter 6: Neuropsychology and Consciousness. Introduction. Neuropsychology and the Unity of Visual Consciousness. Colors and Visual Consciousness: The Case of Achromatopsia. Visual Agnosia: Loss of Coherent Visual Objects. Neglect: Loss of Phenomenal Space. Dissociations and Consciousness. Blindsight. Implicit Face Recognition in Prosopagnosia. Implicit Recognition of Words and Objects in Neglect. Summary. Deficits of Self-Awareness. Amnesia. Split-Brain. Chapter Summary Chapter 7: The Neural Correlates of Consciousness (NCC). Introduction. Methods in NCC research. NCCs of Consciousness as a State. Vegetative State and Other Global Disorders of Consciousness. NCCs of visual consciousness. Binocular Rivalry Studies. Visual Hallucinations. NCC of Visual Consciousness and the Ventral Stream. NCC of Visual Consciousness and Fronto-parietal Networks. EEG and MEG Experiments on Visual Consciousness. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Studies of Visual Consciousness. Chapter Summary Chapter 8: Dreaming. A Brief History of Dreaming and Consciousness. Hypnagogic and Hypnopompic Hallucinations. Sleep Paralysis. Sleep Mentation vs Dreaming. The Contents of Dreaming. Why do we Dream?. Lucid Dreaming. Bad Dreams and Nightmares. Night Terrors. Sleepwalking and Nocturnal Wandering. REM Sleep Behavior Disorder and Dreamwalking. Chapter Summary Chapter 9: Hypnosis. What is Hypnosis?. Brief History of Hypnosis. Hypnotic Induction and Different Types of Suggestion. Hypnotic Suggestibility. Is Hypnosis an Altered State of Consciousness?. What Happens to Consciousness under Hypnosis?. Theoretical Studies vs Clinical Applications of Hypnosis. Chapter Summary Chapter 10: Higher States of Consciousness. Introduction. Meditation. Optimal Experience and Flow. Runner's High. Out-of-Body -Experiences (OBEs). Near-Death Experiences (NDEs). Mystical Experiences. Enlightenment: The Highest State of Consciousness?. Chapter Summary. Afterword. Glossary.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415594677 20171121
The conscious mind is life as we experience it; we see the world, feel our emotions and think our thoughts thanks to consciousness. This book provides an easy introduction to the foundations of consciousness; how can subjective consciousness be measured scientifically? What happens to the conscious mind and self when the brain gets injured? How does consciousness, our subjective self or soul, arise from the activities of the brain? Addressing the philosophical and historical roots of the problems alongside current scientific approaches to consciousness in psychology and neuroscience, Foundations of Consciousness examines key questions as well as delving deeper to look at altered and higher states of consciousness. Using student-friendly pedagogy throughout, the book discusses some of the most difficult to explain phenomena of consciousness, including dreaming, hypnosis, out-of-body experiences, and mystical experiences. Foundations of Consciousness provides an essential introduction to the scientific and philosophical approaches to consciousness for students in psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, and philosophy. It will also appeal to those interested in the nature of the human soul, giving an insight into the motivation behind scientist's and philosopher's attempts to understand our place as conscious beings in the physical world.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415594677 20171121
Green Library
1 online resource : illustrations (black and white)
Questions about gender, sex, and sexualities have spurred political, religious, and juridical debates around the world. This book offers readers up-to-date knowledge concerning these matters, as well as tools for critical analysis. Its contributions by leading scholars from around the world will stimulate novel thinking among students and scholars within psychology and related fields.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190658540 20180205
vii, 182 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Zur Einführung : die Gesellschaft und das Unbewusste
  • Literatur
  • Kulturpsychoanalytische Grundlagen
  • Zur Bedeutung der Freudschen Kulturtheorie für Theorie und Praxis der Psychoanalyse
  • Die Freudsche Kulturtheorie
  • Freuds Kulturtheorie und die klassische psychoanalytische Situation
  • Die Gestaltung der Beziehungen unter Psychoanalytikern
  • Eine andere psychoanalytische Kulturtheorie von Herbert Marcuse
  • Literatur
  • Das psychologische Gehäuse unserer Kultur
  • Literatur
  • Psychoanalytische Überlegungen zum Grundtrauma unserer Kultur
  • Ausblick
  • Literatur
  • Kulturpsychoanalytische Überlegungen zu Freuds Sexualtheorie
  • Der Ursprung der Sexualpsychologie Freuds
  • Freuds Kulturpsychologie als Sexualpsychologie
  • Freuds Entwicklungspsychologie als sexualpsychologischer Ausdruck seiner Kulturpsychologie
  • Kulturpsychologischer Ausblick
  • Literatur
  • Sigmund Freuds Beiträge zur Psychologie des Liebeslebens
  • Über einen bestimmten Typus der Objektwahl beim Manne (1910)
  • Über die allgemeinste Erniedrigung des Liebeslebens (1912)
  • Das Tabu der Virginität (1917)
  • Literatur
  • Kulturpsychoanalytische Überlegungen zur Libidotheorie
  • Literatur
  • Die Begründung einer kritischen psychoanalytischen Kulturpsychologie durch Trigant Burrow im Jahre 1924
  • Literatur
  • Die psychologischen Grundlagen des kollektiven Unbewussten
  • S. Freud : Massenpsychologie und Ich-Analyse
  • T. Burrow : Psychoanalyse in Gruppen
  • C. G. Jung : das kollektive Unbewusste
  • W. Schindlers Kulturpsychologie : Mutterübertragungen auf die Gesellschaft, Vaterübertragungen auf den Staat
  • W.R.Bion : Unbewusste Grundannahmen in Gruppen
  • Kollektivpsychologische Zusammenschlüsse in Grossgruppen
  • Literatur
  • Kulturpsychoanalytische Analysen der heutigen Gesellschaft
  • 100 Jahre Torem und Tabu : psychoanalytische Kulturtheorie heute
  • Literatur
  • Das Ungewisse in den Geschlechterbeziehungen
  • Literatur
  • Warum Liebe weh tut : zur Kulturpsychologie der Geschlechterbeziehungen heute
  • Literatur
  • Das Unbehagen in der Gesellschaft oder : die Verschiebung der soziostrukturellen Grenzen
  • Veränderungen der gesellschaftlichen Rahmenbedingungen
  • Veränderte soziale und psychische Situation der Menschen
  • Veränderte interpersonelle Dynamik und depressive Erkrankungen
  • Veränderte interpersonelle Dynamik und Borderline-Persönlichkeitsstörungen
  • Veränderte psychische Situation der Eltern
  • Ausblick
  • Literatur
  • Soziostrukturelle Grundlagen des kollektiven Unbewussten in unserer Gesellschaft
  • Die Durchökonomisierung der Gesellschaft im Bereich der Produktion
  • Die Veränderung der Reproduktionsbedingungen
  • Das ökonomisierte Reproduktionsmodell
  • Das paarzentrierte Reproduktionsmodell
  • Das prekäre Reproduktionsmodell
  • Das subsistenzorientierte Reproduktionsmodell
  • Die Versorgung der Menschen bei Pflegebedürftigkeit und im Alter
  • Die soziale Absicherung bei Arbeitslosigkeit, Krankheit und im Alter
  • Hypothesen zum kollektiven Unbewussten auf Basis der soziostrukturellen Veränderungen
  • Literatur
  • Kulturpsychoanalytische Überlegungen zur Finanzkrise von 2008
  • Das kulturpsychoanalytische Modell von Freud
  • Die Anwendung des Kulturmodells von Freud auf den amerikanischen Finanzkapitalismus
  • Weitere Entwicklungen der finanzkapitalistischen Dynamik seit 2012
  • Das patriarchalische Gesellschaftsmodell : eine Bordell-Ökonomie?
  • Kulturpsychologischer Ausblick
  • Literatur
  • Die Risikogesellschaft : Stärkung des Ichs, Überlastung des Selbst?
  • Literatur
  • Die Reproduktion gesellschaftlicher Machtbeziehungen in Theorie und Behandlungstechnik der Gruppenanalyse
  • Literatur
  • Serviceteil
  • Stichwortverzeichnis.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
v, 142 pages ; 21 cm
  • How the best of the best get better and better / by Graham Jones
  • Crucibles of leadership / by Warren G. Bennis and Robert J. Thomas
  • Building resilience / by Martin E.P. Seligman
  • Cognitive fitness / by Roderick Gilkey and Clint Kilts
  • The making of a corporate athlete / by Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz
  • Stress can be a good thing if you know how to use it / by Alia Crum and Thomas Crum
  • How to bounce back from adversity / by Joshua D. Margolis and Paul G. Stoltz
  • Rebounding from career setbacks / by Mitchell Lee Marks, Philip Mirvis, and Ron Ashkenas
  • Realizing what you're made of / by Glenn E. Mangurian
  • Extreme negotiations / by Je? Weiss, Aram Donigian, and Jonathan Hughes
  • Bonus: Post-traumatic growth and building resilience: an interview with Martin Seligman by Sarah Green Carmichael.
Come back from every setback a stronger and better leaderIf you read nothing else on mental toughness, read these ten articles by experts in the field. We've combed through hundreds of articles in the Harvard Business Review archive and selected the most important ones to help you build your emotional strength and resilience--and to achieve high performance.This book will inspire you to:Thrive on pressure like an Olympic athleteManage and overcome negative emotions by acknowledging themPlan short-term goals to achieve long-term aspirationsSurround yourself with the people who will push you the hardestUse challenges to become a better leaderUse creativity to move past traumaUnderstand the tools your mind uses to recover from setbacks.This collection of articles includes "How the Best of the Best Get Better and Better, " by Graham Jones; "Crucibles of Leadership, " by Warren G. Bennis and Robert J. Thomas; "Building Resilience, " by Martin E.P. Seligman; "Cognitive Fitness, " by Roderick Gilkey and Clint Kilts; "The Making of a Corporate Athlete, " by Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz; "Stress Can Be a Good Thing If You Know How to Use It, " by Alla Crum and Thomas Crum; "How to Bounce Back from Adversity, " by Joshua D. Margolis and Paul G. Stoltz; "Rebounding from Career Setbacks, " by Mitchell Lee Marks, Philip Mirvis, and Ron Ashkenas; "Realizing What You're Made Of, " by Glenn E. Mangurian; "Extreme Negotiations, " by Jeff Weiss, Aram Donigian, and Jonathan Hughes; and "Post-Traumatic Growth and Building Resilience, " by Martin Seligman and Sarah Green Carmichael.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781633694361 20180205
Business Library
xii, 332 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Contents Preface List of Figures and Tables Conventions Notes on Contributors Introduction: Historicizing Asian Community-based Emotion Practices â Barbara Schuler India 1 A House for the Nation to Remember: A Correspondence of Emotions between Jawaharlal Nehru and G. D. Birla, 1948 â Padma D. Maitland 2 Food and Emotion: Can Emotions be Worked On and Altered in Material Ways?-A Short Research Note on South India â Barbara Schuler 3 From Constant Yearning and Casual Bliss to Hurt Sentiments: An Emotional Shift in the Varkari Tradition (India) â Irina Glushkova 4 Salvation through Colorful Emotions: Aesthetics, Colorimetry, and Theology in Early Modern South Asia â Kiyokazu Okita 5 Loving Siva's Linga: The Changing Emotional Valences of a Beloved Image in the Tamil-Speaking Saiva Tradition â Anne E. Monius 6 Contested Emotionality, Religious Icons in Ancient India â Gerard Colas 7 Giving Gifts in Pre-Modern India: The Motivation of the Donors â Katrin Einicke China 8 Seeing Suchness: Emotional and Material Means of Perceiving Reality in Chinese Buddhist Divination Rituals â Beverley McGuire Japan 9 When Sad is Good: Affect among Friends in and out of Japanese Picturebooks â Heather Blair Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004352957 20171218
In Historicizing Emotions: Practices and Objects in India, China, and Japan, nine Asian Studies scholars offer intriguing case studies of moments of change in community or group-based emotion practices, including emotionally coded objects. Posing the questions by whom, when, where, what-by, and how the changes occurred, these studies offer not only new geographical scope to the history of emotions, but also new voices from cultures and subcultures as yet unexplored in that field. This volume spans from the pre-common era to modern times, with an emphasis on the pre-modern period, and includes analyses of picturebooks, monks' writings, letters, ethnographies, theoretic treatises, poems, hagiographies, stone inscriptions, and copperplates. Covering both religious and non-religious spheres, the essays will attract readers from historical, religious, and area studies, and anthropology. Contributors are: Heather Blair, Gerard Colas, Katrin Einicke, Irina Glushkova, Padma D. Maitland, Beverley McGuire, Anne E. Monius, Kiyokazu Okita, Barbara Schuler.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004352957 20171218
Green Library
ix, 248 pages ; 22 cm.
Green Library
xix, 411 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Foreword / Dan Gilbert
  • Preface to the new edition / Thalia Wheatley
  • Preface / Daniel Wegner
  • The illusion
  • Brain and body
  • The experience of will
  • An analysis of automatism
  • Protecting the illusion
  • Action projection
  • Virtual agency
  • Hypnosis and will
  • The mind's compass
  • References
  • Author index
  • Subject index.
A new edition of Wegner's classic and controversial work, arguing that conscious will simply reminds of us the authorship of our actions.Do we consciously cause our actions, or do they happen to us? Philosophers, psychologists, neuroscientists, theologians, and lawyers have long debated the existence of free will versus determinism. With the publication of The Illusion of Conscious Will in 2002, Daniel Wegner proposed an innovative and provocative answer: the feeling of conscious will is created by the mind and brain; it helps us to appreciate and remember our authorship of the things our minds and bodies do. Yes, we feel that we consciously will our actions, Wegner says, but at the same time, our actions happen to us. Although conscious will is an illusion ("the most compelling illusion"), it serves as a guide to understanding ourselves and to developing a sense of responsibility and morality. Wegner was unable to undertake a second edition of the book before his death in 2013; this new edition adds a foreword by Wegner's friend, the prominent psychologist Daniel Gilbert, and an introduction by Wegner's colleague Thalia Wheatley.Approaching conscious will as a topic of psychological study, Wegner examines cases both when people feel that they are willing an act that they are not doing and when they are not willing an act that they in fact are doing in such phenomena as hypnosis, Ouija board spelling, and dissociative identity disorder.Wegner's argument was immediately controversial (called "unwarranted impertinence" by one scholar) but also compelling. Engagingly written, with wit and clarity, The Illusion of Conscious Will was, as Daniel Gilbert writes in the foreword to this edition, Wegner's "magnum opus.".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780262534925 20180213
Green Library
viii, 138 pages ; 18 cm.
  • Understand the four components of influence: where emotions fit in / Nick Morgan
  • Harnessing the science of persuasion: back to behavioral basics / Robert Cialdini
  • Three things managers should be doing every day: build trust, a team, and a network / Annie McKee
  • Learning charisma: captivate and motivate / John Antonakis, Marika Fenley, and Sue Liechti
  • To win people over, speak to their wants and needs: know
  • and empathize with
  • your audience / Nancy Duarte
  • Storytelling that moves people: unite an idea with an emotion, an interview with Robert McKee / by Bronwyn Fryer
  • The surprising persuasiveness of a sticky note: build personal connections / Kevin Hogan
  • When to sell with facts and figures and when to appeal to emotions: head versus heart / Michael D. Harris.
A carefully curated selection of articles about persuasion and influence from Harvard Business Review.Highly curated collections of HBR articlesThe science behind popular conceptsPractical how-to's for approaching difficult work situationsUplifting, affirming essays about human emotionAudience: Aspiring leaders and professionals who feel like their advice and opinion is undervalued or ignored.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781633693937 20171227
Business Library
487 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction. Un rêve pour les sciences sociales -- Les progrès de la science des rêves -- Le rêve avant Freud -- La nécessité d'une théorie intégratrice -- Progrès scientifique et relativisme -- L'art de boiter : la fin de la spéculation pure -- Sur l'interprétation scientifique des rêves -- Au-delà de Freud -- Le rêve : une réalité individuelle intrinsèquement sociale -- Le social est-il soluble dans le cérébral ? -- Quelques précédents dans les sciences sociales -- Limites des approches environnementalistes : l'écologie du rêve -- Limites des approches littérales : l'analyse de contenu des récits de rêves -- En quoi le rêve est-il social -- Définir k social -- Un programme dispositionnaliste et contextualiste sur les rêves -- Les multiples déterminants sociaux des rêves -- Une formule générale d'interprétation du rêve -- La formule générale d'interprétation des pratiques -- Une formule générale adaptée au rêve -- Psychanalyse et sciences sociales -- Entre biologique et social -- Psychanalyse et formule générale d'interprétation des pratiques -- Explication infantiliste -- Explication sexualiste -- Les hauts et les bas du rêve : sexualité et domination -- La famille, le pouvoir et le sexe -- Dominer ou être dominé -- Le rêve en régime totalitaire -- Le rêve de grandeur d'Hobson -- Passé incorporé et inconscient -- Les modes d'actualisation du passé incorporé -- Le cerveau statisticien ou l'anticipation pratique -- L'intériorisation des régularités de l'expérience -- Schèmes oniriques et passé incorporé -- Critique de l'événementialisme -- Conscience involontaire et inconscient -- La conscience involontaire du rêveur -- La croyance en la réalité du rêve -- Ça pense en moi : une autre image de l'être humain -- Inconscience ou conscience involontaire -- L'inconscient sans refoulement -- Censure formelle, censure morale le double relâchement -- Le plus privé du privé : scènes et coulisses -- Les conditions sociales d'effacement de la censure morale comme formelle -- Que fait la censure ? -- Une lucidité du rêve ? -- Tout rêve n'est pas accomplissement d'un désir inassouvi -- Problématique existentielle et rêves -- Rêve et hors-rêve -- La force motrice des émotions -- Les effets thérapeutiques et politiques de l'explicitation des problèmes -- Les événements déclencheurs -- Le résidu diurne : imprécisions théorico-méthodologiques -- Le résidu diurne : l'inertie de l'habitude -- Les effets différés des événements déclencheurs -- Perceptions et sensations nocturnes -- Le cadre du sommeil -- Contraintes cérébrales et psychiques -- Retrait du flux des interactions -- Communication de soi à soi : langage intérieur, relâchements formels et implicites -- Le rêve et les codes de l'intimité -- Vivre son rêve -- Récits de rêves et mauvais récits scolaires -- Le langage intérieur, la solitude et le rêve -- Les formes élémentaires de la vie psychique -- L'analogie pratique -- L'analogie dans le rêve -- Le transfert analytique comme transfert analogique -- Association : analogie et contiguïté -- Les opérations oniriques -- Langage verbal, capacité symbolique et images du rêve -- Visualisation
  • Dramatisation-exagération -- Symbolisation personnelle ou universelle -- Métaphore -- Condensation -- Inversions, oppositions, contradictions -- La variation des formes d'expression -- Un continuum expressif -- Formes d'expression, formes d'activité psychique et types de contexte social -- La fausse "expression libre" du rêve et la gradation des contraintes contextuelles -- Le rêve entre assimilation et accommodation -- Le rêve, à la différence de la littérature -- Le jeu et le rêve -- Le rêve et la rêverie éveillée -- La cure analytique : recréer les conditions du rêve -- Éléments de méthodologie pour une sociologie des rêves -- Caractère éphémère du rêve et récit de rêve -- Faut-il connaître le rêveur pour comprendre ses rêves ? -- L'accès au hors-rêve : les associations -- Au-delà des associations -- L'accès au hors-rêve : la biographie sociologique -- Explicitations, associations, récits biographiques partiels ou systématiques -- Conclusion 1. Un rêve sans fonctions -- Conclusion 2. Le rêve, la volonté et la liberté -- Coda. Sens et enjeu de la formule d'interprétation des pratiques.
"Le rêve peut-il être appréhendé par les sciences sociales ? Objet devenu indissociable de la psychanalyse, étudié par la psychologie et les neurosciences, il était jusqu'à ce jour largement ignoré des sociologues. Certes, quelques chercheurs ont pu s'interroger sur la manière dont le rêve a été perçu selon les époques et les milieux. Mais ce que propose Bernard Lahire ici, c'est d'entrer dans la logique même de sa fabrication et de relier les rêves aux expériences que les individus ont vécues dans le monde social. L'ambition de cet ouvrage, inédit en sociologie, est d'élaborer une théorie générale de l'expression onirique. En partant des acquis du modèle d'interprétation proposé par Freud, Bernard Lahire s'efforce d'en corriger les faiblesses, les manques et les erreurs, en tirant parti des nombreuses avancées scientifiques accomplies depuis L'Interprétation du rêve. À l'issue de cette recherche, le rêve apparaît, à l'opposé de ce que croyait Freud, comme l'espace de jeu symbolique le plus complètement délivré de toutes les sortes de censure, tant formelles que morales. La communication de soi à soi dans laquelle s'exprime le rêve fait de lui le plus intime des journaux intimes. Il livre, à qui veut s'y intéresser, des éléments de compréhension profonde et subtile de ce que nous sommes. Son étude permet de voir frontalement ce qui nous travaille obscurément, et de comprendre ce qui pense en nous à l'insu de notre volonté. Cette théorie de l'expression onirique contribue aussi à la transformation de la sociologie en lui donnant de nouvelles ambitions. Si le rêve fait son entrée dans la grande maison des sciences sociales, ce n'est pas pour laisser le lieu en l'état, mais pour en déranger les habitudes et en agencer autrement l'espace."--Page 4 of cover.
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