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Book
xvii, 276 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm.
Green Library
Book
304 pages ; 20 cm
  • Introduction
  • Conflicted attitudes
  • Conflicted habits
  • Conflicted cognitions
  • Conflicted talk
  • Conflicted memories
  • Conflicted roles
  • Concluding remarks.
Green Library
Book
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
Book
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.
"This book exposes our unconscious selfish motives, those we're reluctant to discuss or even think about. These motives drive our body language, laughter, and conversation, as well as venerated institutions like art, school, charity, medicine, politics, and religion"-- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)
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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
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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.
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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
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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
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xx, 319 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Introduction / Vivasvan Soni
  • Interiority/contemplation
  • How to hit pause : language, transcendence, and the capacity for judgment in Shaftesbury's "Soliloquy; or, Advice to an author" / Vivasvan Soni
  • "Judge not" and "judge for yourselves" / Oliver O'Donovan
  • Stoic agency and its reception / Gretchen Reydams-Schils
  • Ethics
  • How to be an agent : why character matters / Stanley Hauerwas
  • Losing the name of action : Shakespeare, Macbeth, and speech as action / Sarah Beckwith
  • "The eyes of others" : Rousseau and Adam Smith on judgment and autonomy / Hina Nazar
  • Politics/community
  • Action as meaningful behavior / John McGowan
  • The one and the many in the philosophy of action / Christopher Yeomans
  • Toward a democratic theory of judgment / Linda M.G. Zerilli
  • Aesthetics/image
  • Judging what cannot be judged : the aporia of aesthetic critique / Christoph Menke
  • To make that judgment : the pragmatism of Gerhard Richter / Florian Klinger
  • Varieties of nonpropositional knowledge : image-attention-action / Thomas Pfau
  • Appendix. A broken vessel, or What it means to be an agent : Stanley Hauerwas on theology and practical reason / James Wetzel.
Green Library
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xvi, 144 pages ; 23 cm
Education Library (Cubberley)

11. Motivation science [2018]

Book
446 pages
  • 1. The Science of Motivation2. Philosophical Origins of Motivation3. Psychological Origins of Motivation4. Core Human Motives5. Autonomy6. Competence7. Belonging8. Goal Setting9. Goal Planning10. Goal Striving11. Automatic Motivation12. Emotions13. Individual Differences14. Situational Influences15. Applying Motivation Science to Health16. Applying Motivation Science to Wealth.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780205240654 20171030
For courses in MotivationAn engaging approach that makes motivation science accessible and relevantRevel Motivation Science presents classic and contemporary approaches to the study of motivation in a way that is fun, dynamic, and relevant to students' lives. Combining insights from psychology, education, health, business, and sports, authors Edward and Melissa Burkley emphasize the influences of cognitive, emotional, social, and biological processes upon motivation. Using simple, engaging language, real-world examples, and compelling pedagogical features, the text helps students see how they can apply concepts from the field to achieve their own life goals.NOTE: This ISBN is for a Pearson Books a la Carte edition: a convenient, three-hole-punched, loose-leaf text. In addition to the flexibility offered by this format, Books a la Carte editions offer students great value, as they cost significantly less than a bound textbook.Motivation Science is also available via Revel (TM), an interactive learning environment that enables students to read, practice, and study in one continuous experience.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780205240654 20171030
Green Library

12. The agony of eros [2017]

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xi, 60 pages ; 18 cm.
  • The reinvention of love / by Alain Badiou
  • Melancholia
  • Being able not to be able
  • Bare life
  • Porn
  • Fantasy
  • The politics of eros
  • The end of theory.
Green Library
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216 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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197 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Einführung
  • Anliegen
  • Inhalt
  • Bezug zur Alchemie
  • Das innere Feuer : eine Emotion
  • Inneres Feuer in der Arbeitswelt
  • Individuum, Funktion und Umwelt : ein Spannungsfeld Beispiel : das Individuum im Innovationsprozess das innere Feuer scheint ungleich verteilt zu sein Erste Gründe : Entfremdung von den Emotionen
  • Rationalisierte Emotionen
  • Das Ideal der Objektivität Sinn und Motivation Schöpferische Fähigkeiten und Gestaltungskraft Erkaltende Emotionen
  • Das Unbehagen mit der Selbstverwirklichung das ermüdete Leistungssubjekt Selber das innere Feuer wecken
  • Chancen in der Aussenwelt Selbstentwicklung statt Selbstverwirklichung das innere Feuer als Streben nach dem Wesen
  • Das Konzept des inneren Feuers
  • Verwendung des Begriffes "Inneres Feuer" : Beispiele
  • Motivation und tiefste Wünsche
  • Interesse und Lebendigkeit Wandel und Kreativität Inneres Feuer und Verhalten dazu Exkurs in die Alchemie
  • Alchemie im Überblick Interpretationsebenen der Alchemie das feurige Prinzip in der Alchemie : Lebensäusserung und Verhalten
  • Lebensäusserung Denken und Erleben Zusammenwirken von innerem Feuer und Verhalten
  • Aspekte des inneren Feuers
  • Sollen
  • Das innere Feuer wurzelt in den Trieben Instinkte und Archetypen
  • Bewegungsaspekt In Bewegung sein Übergang
  • Zielaspekt
  • Die Frage nach dem Wozu des Strebens Höhepunkt des teleologischen Denkens Niedergang des teleologischen Denkens Moderne Naturwissenschaften und Teleologie Selbstbild und Interesse Zwei Seiten der Wirklichkeit Ebenen der Selbstentwicklung Inneres Feuer als Grunderfahrung
  • Antrieb und Prozess Was der Grunderfahrung im Wege steht
  • Grundhaltung und Verhalten
  • Die Bedeutung der Grundhaltung
  • Der vorexistierende persönliche Interessenbereich von Funktion und Umfeld vorgegebener Interessenbereich eine erweiterte Grundhaltung erweitert das Erleben Möglicher Weg zu einer erweiterten Grundhaltung
  • Freiheit von sich selbst : Wo ansetzen? Sinnzusammenhang und Sinnrichtung Beziehung Offenheit und spontanes Bejahen das Erleben des inneren Feuers beeinflussen
  • Das Prinzip
  • Wir bleiben Wollende : Verhalten bleibt wichtig Inneres Feuer und Verhalten : Überblick
  • Inneres Feuer und Verhalten : Akzente
  • Innen- und Aussenwelterfahrung verbinden sich
  • Die Basis der persönlichen Wirksamkeit Funktion und Umfeld einbeziehen Motivation und Sinn Selbstverwirklichung Kreativität
  • Vom Erleben zum schöpferischen Handeln
  • Lebendigkeit und Spontaneität der involvierte Betrachter Beispiele für einen Wahrnehmungsüberschuss Bilder und Vorstellungen wandeln sich mit dem Denken in Bewegung bleiben : Interpretieren Beziehungen erschliessen : Analogien
  • Das innere Feuer erhalten
  • Ist es noch das innere Feuer? die Balance das Streben bleibt : Mögliche Konsequenzen
  • Optionen
  • Transzendenz
  • Erleben und Denken : Ausblick
  • Anmerkungen
  • Anhang
  • Literaturverzeichnis
  • Sachregister
  • Namenregister
  • Autor
  • Herausgeber.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xvi, 749 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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1 online resource
  • Chapter Descriptions vi Preface to the Third Edition viii Acknowledgments ix Some Quirky Quotes About Psychology x 1. Introduction: Public Beliefs About Psychology 1 2. "Untangling" Myths and Psychological Realities 15 3. The Names and Dates That Shaped Psychology's History and Development 46 4. Science, Pseudo ]Science, and Conspiracy Theories 66 5. The Man Called Freud 96 6. A Guide Into Abnormal Psychology 120 7. Psychology and Work 140 8. Do Looks Matter? 165 9. Judging and Nudging 190 10. A Psychologist in the Marketplace 211 References 235 Further Reading 243 Index 259.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119161653 20170313
All in the Mind: Psychology for the Curious, Third Edition covers important, topical, and sometimes controversial subjects in the field of Psychology in an engaging alternative or supplement to traditional student textbooks. The third edition of a successful and uniquely readable textbook includes more than two thirds brand new material, with all retained material thoroughly revised and updated. All in the Mind, 3rd Edition offers a new and engaging way to consider key theories and approaches in psychology; providing an original alternative or supplement to traditional teaching textbooks.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119161653 20170313
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xix, 207 pages ; 24 cm
  • Acknowledgments Introduction, by Martha Reineke and David Goodman Chapter 1: The Paradigm Shifting Research of Ana-Maria Rizzuto: Origins, Strategy, Reception, and Horizon, by John McDargh Discussion, by Ana-Maria Rizzuto Chapter 2: Becoming a Believer, Becoming an Unbeliever. The Contribution of Ana-Maria Rizzuto to the Psychology of Religion in the Light of Clinical Practice, by Mario Aletti Discussion, by Ana-Maria Rizzuto Chapter 3: The Persecuting God and the Crucified Self: The Vital Role of Metaphors in Psychotherapy, by Gry Stalsett, Arne Austad, and Leif Gunnar Engedal Discussion, by Ana-Maria Rizzuto Chapter 4: The Healing Factor in Psychotherapy: An Encounter with Ana-Maria Rizzuto, by Anthony Stern Discussion, by Ana-Maria Rizzuto Chapter 5: Birth of a Living Monster: Rizzuto and the Religious Imagination, by Martha Reineke Discussion, by Ana-Maria Rizzuto Chapter 6: Ana-Maria Rizzuto and the New Atheism: Science and Religion in Light of Psychoanalysis, by Jacob Waldenmaier Discussion, by Ana-Maria Rizzuto Conclusion, by Martha Reineke and David Goodman About the Contributors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498564243 20171023
Ana Maria Rizzuto's groundbreaking explorations of the formation of God representations in early childhood and their elaboration throughout the life cycle have made their mark, enriching the practice of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy as well as scholarship within the psychoanalytic study of religion. Assessing Rizzuto's legacy on the thirty-fifth anniversary of the publication of The Birth of the Living God, contributors to this international collection of essays confirm the significance of Rizzuto's contributions to psychoanalytic theories of religious experience. They also underscore Rizzuto's most important contribution to clinical practice: rather than assert that psychoanalysis is incompatible with religious beliefs and practices or with spiritual concerns that patients may bring to a therapeutic context, Rizzuto makes room for the coexistence of psychoanalysis and religion in the therapeutic setting. Accompanied by illuminating commentaries by Rizzuto, the essays in this volume address a range of topics: developmental processes associated with God representations, psychotherapeutic treatment models informed by Rizzuto's theory, the practice of psychotherapy in contexts shaped by Eastern religious traditions, monstrous referents in God representations, and the psychoanalysis of religion in light of the new atheism. Demonstrating how Rizzuto's work has enhanced connections within and among psychoanalytic theories of religion, established pathways for new developments in psychotherapy, and facilitated interdisciplinary conversations, this volume showcases the compelling power of Rizzuto's work and its ongoing influence.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498564243 20171023
Green Library
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x, 196 pages ; 23 cm
  • Introduction 1. Ernest Hemingway's Francis Macomber in "God's country" 2. The anima's many faces in Henry Rider Haggard's She 3. The anima and psychic fragmentation in Olive Scheiner's The Story of an African Farm 4. "The reality of the singular": Anima and unus mundus in Laurens van der Post's A Story Like the Wind and A Far-Off Place 5. "We are all sailors": C. G. Jung's Memories, Dreams, Reflections and Doris Lessing's Briefing for a Descent into Hell 6. "Not a bad man but not good either": The anima and individuation in J. M. Coetzee's Disgrace 7. "The eyes in the trees are watching": The anima and feminine agency in Barbara Kingsolver's The Poisonwood Bible 8. Mother is not supreme: The anima and (post)colonial strife in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart and Nadine Gordimer's July's People 9. The anima and shadow dynamics in Aphra Behn's Oroonoko 263.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415786850 20171030
C. G. Jung understood the anima in a wide variety of ways but especially as a multifaceted archetype and as a field of energy. In Anima and Africa: Jungian Essays on Psyche, Land, and Literature, Matthew A. Fike uses these principles to analyze male characters in well-known British, American, and African fiction. Jung wrote frequently about the Kore (maiden, matron, crone) and the "stages of eroticism" (Eve, Mary, Helen, Sophia). The feminine principle's many aspects resonate throughout the study and are emphasized in the opening chapters on Ernest Hemingway, Henry Rider Haggard, and Olive Schreiner. The anima-as-field can be "tapped" just as the collective unconscious can be reached through nekyia or descent. These processes are discussed in the middle chapters on novels by Laurens van der Post, Doris Lessing, and J. M. Coetzee. The final chapters emphasize the anima's role in political/colonial dysfunction in novels by Barbara Kingsolver, Chinua Achebe/Nadine Gordimer, and Aphra Behn. Anima and Africa applies Jung's African journeys to literary texts, explores his interest in Haggard, and provides fresh insights into van der Post's late novels. The study discovers Lessing's use of Jung's autobiography, deepens the scholarship on Coetzee's use of Faust, and explores the anima's relationship to the personal and collective shadow. It will be essential reading for academics and scholars of Jungian and post-Jungian studies, literary studies, and postcolonial studies, and will also appeal to analytical psychologists and Jungian psychotherapists in practice and in training.
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2 volumes : illustrations ; 29 cm.
  • Volume 1. Basic concepts, methods, neural substrate, and behavior
  • Volume 2. Perception, learning, and cognition.
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xiv, 295 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • SECTION 1: INTRODUCING APPLIED QUALITATIVE RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY1. Applying Qualitative Research in Psychology-- Joanna Brooks and Nigel King2. Approaches to Qualitative Psychology-- Joanna Brooks and Nigel King3. Carrying Out an Applied Qualitative Research Project-- Nigel King and Joanna BrooksSECTION 2: REAL WORLD EXAMPLES OF APPLIED QUALITATIVE RESEARCH 4. Exploring Men's Experiences of Diagnosis and Treatment for Prostate Cancer-- Peter Branney, Clare Strickland, Frances Darby, Lisa White and Sunjay Jain5. Using Interpretative Phenomenological Psychology in Organisational Research with Working Carers-- Leah Tomkins6. Participatory Methods in Research with Children: The Scripted Cartoons Narrative of Bullying (SCAN) Drawings Method-- Helen Cowie and Dawn Jennifer7. Using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis in Conjunction with the Think Aloud Technique to Examine Experience of Living with Disfiguring Conditions with a View to Developing Psychosocial Interventions-- Andrew Thompson8. Methods for Community Research, Action and Change-- Michael Murray and Katie Wright-Bevans9. Using Discourse Analysis in Social Psychology-- Kirsty Budds, Abigail Locke and Viv Burr10. Digging Deeper: Using Grounded Theory to Explore Meanings of Gardens and Gardening across the Lifespan-- Harriet Gross and Vicky Alfrey11. Understanding Disability, Physical Activity and Sport through Innovative Qualitative Methods: Mobile Interviewing, Autophotography and Creative Non-fiction-- Brett Smith and Anthony Papathomas12. Exploring the Response to Diversity and Equality in English Prisons: An Appreciative Inquiry-- Victoria Lavis, Charles Elliott and Malcolm Cowburn13. Using Construct Elicitation and Laddering in the Education of Social Work Students: Exercises in Reflexive Practice-- Viv Burr and Nigel King14. The Pictor Technique: Exploring Experiences of Collaborative Working from the Perspectives of Generalist and Specialist Nurses-- Nigel King, Joanna Brooks, Alison Bravington, Beth Hardy, Jane Melvin and David WildeSECTION 3: ISSUES IN APPLYING QUALITATIVE PSYCHOLOGY IN REAL WORLD SETTINGS15. Using Multiple Methods in Applied Qualitative Research-- Rachel Shaw and David Hiles16. Public Involvement in Qualitative Research-- Delia Muir17. Disseminating Qualitative Research: From Clarity of Writing to Collaborative Action-- Flora Cornish and Sarah Honeywell.
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With a highly pragmatic, yet rigorous and theoretically driven approach, this edited book demonstrates why qualitative research in psychology matters, and how it is applied in real world settings. Employing examples of qualitative research from across the different sub-disciplines of psychology, a range of experts in a broad spread of methods show how and why these are used in a wide variety of settings. With its distinctive applied and pragmatic focus, this book will appeal to those with an interest in qualitative methods across the spectrum of psychology and beyond.
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