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xiii, 236 pages ; 24 cm
  • Prologue: How I got interested in successful aging at a young age
  • Introduction: The benefits of aging and the psychology of successful aging
  • What is successful aging?
  • Happiness : a funny thing happens as we get older
  • Memory : our memory becomes more selective with age
  • Wisdom : the benefits of experience and creativity
  • Staying sharp : what is an active lifestyle?
  • Brain training : can computer games make me smarter?
  • Habits and hobbies : old and new friends
  • Retiring and rewiring : the new "R & R" of old age
  • It gets even better with age : start successful aging now
  • Closing comments
  • Epilogue: Are you aging, or is it just me?
"[This book] addresses the many myths and paradoxes about the aging process. Although most people think of their later years in terms of decline, they can be one of the best times in life. This book presents the latest scientific research about the psychology of aging, coupled with insights from those who have succeeded in doing it well, such as Maya Angelou, Bob Newhart, Jared Diamond, John Glenn, and John Wooden. We are all aging, and many people are concerned about what to expect with advancing years. Retirement, happiness, and brain health are some of the many topics covered in this book. [This book] shows what we can do now, at any stage in life, to make sure we enjoy old age."-- Dust jacket.
Law Library (Crown)
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1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm
  • Foundations of development
  • Biological development and health
  • Cognitive development
  • Socioemotional development
  • Contexts of development
  • Endings.
Green Library
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xi, 113 pages ; 26 cm
  • Preface Acknowledgments About the Author Chapter 1: Introduction Psychological Testing in Everyday Life What Is a Psychological Test? Categorizing Psychological Tests The Science, History, and Practice of Psychological Testing A Personal Note Chapter 2: The Science of Psychological Testing: Fundamental Concepts Reliability Validity Chapter 3: Psychological Testing in Education: Comparing Student Outcomes Across Nations With the PISA and the TIMSS Psychological Tests in Education International Comparisons of Educational Achievement: History and Goals International Tests of Academic Skills: The PISA and the TIMSS PISA versus TIMSS Stan's Experience with the PISA Conclusion Chapter 4: Psychological Testing in Applied Research Applied Psychological Research: History and Goals The MAP-DB, A Tool to Measure Temper Tantrums Homesickness Research Happiness Jason's Experience as a Research Subject Conclusion Chapter 5 * Psychological Testing in Mental Health Diagnosis and Treatment Assessment and Treatment of Mental Health Problems The Role of Psychological Testing in the Mental Health Setting Psychological Tests Used in Mental Health Settings: A History Issues and Controversies Best Practices in Psychological Assessment in Mental Health Settings Outcomes Assessment Therapeutic Assessment Evaluating Derrick for ADHD: A Brief Case Example Conclusion Chapter 6: Psychological Testing in Medicine: Psychological Evaluation Prior to Bariatric Surgery Psychological Testing in Medicine The Problem of Obesity Bariatric Surgery: History and Purpose The Goals of Presurgical Psychological Evaluation Selecting and Administering Psychological Tests to Prospective Bariatric Surgery Patients Psychometric Issues Joanne's Experience with Psychological Testing Prior to Bariatric Surgery Conclusion Chapter 7: Psychological Testing in the Legal Arena: Child Custody in High Conflict Divorce Psychological Testing in Child Custody Disputes: Mr. and Mrs. Kelly A Brief History of Child Custody Evaluation The Forensic Nature of Child Custody Evaluations The Process of Child Custody Evaluations Psychological Tests Used in Custody Evaluation How Do Psychological Tests Contribute to Dr. Lissette's Opinion About What Is in the Best Interest of the Kelly Children? Conclusion Chapter 8: Psychological Testing in Determining Disability: Intellectual Disability and the Death Penalty Intellectual Disability and Capital Punishment: A Brief History Why Does the Death Penalty Violate the Eighth Amendment for Defendants With Intellectual Disabilities? Defining Intellectual Disability Labeling and Describing Intellectual Disabilities Diagnosing Intellectual Disability: IQ Testing Measurement Error Flynn Effect Practice Effects Malingering Diagnosing Intellectual Disability: Assessment of Adaptive Functioning Is Randi Intellectually Disabled? A Brief Case Study Conclusion Chapter 9: Psychological Testing in the Workplace: Selecting Police Officers The Relevance of Psychological Testing to Police Work Psychological Tests and the Selection of Police Officers: An Introduction Legal Considerations Ethical Considerations Current Practices Choosing Psychological Tests for Selecting Police Officers Interpretation and Communication of Test Results Elinore and Elena: Different Test Results Lead to Different Outcomes Conclusion Chapter 10: Conclusion The Importance of Psychometrics The Challenges in Developing Good Tests Controversies About Psychological Testing The Past and Future of Psychological Testing Key Takeaways Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781483319315 20180813
Psychological Testing in Everyday Life explores psychological tests in a variety of settings, providing both an in-depth and narrow view of the history, science and practice of psychological testing. Organized in the form of an applied casebook, each chapter presents the complex issues that arise when using psychological tests, encouraging critical thinking and sparking discussion. Karen Goldfinger's narrative writing style enhances accessibility and engages students in the broad range of carefully selected topics included.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781483319315 20180813
Green Library
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xi, 143 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Table of Contents Introduction: The Lure of Omnipotence PART I: The Magical Imperative Chapter One: The Sexual Illusionist: Sleeping with a Fantasy Chapter Two: Elixirs of Immortality: Transformations of Intoxication Chapter Three: Mightier Than the Sword: The Magic of Creativity PART II: Messages in a Bottle: Literary and Clinical Applications Chapter Four: The Black Art of Anne Sexton Chapter Five: The Monsters and Magic of Stephen King Chapter Six: The Sorcerer Stoned: Quentin's Case Conclusion: Omnipotent Fantasies for a Disenchanted World.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138956094 20180903
In Sex, Drugs, and Creativity: The Search for Magic in a Disenchanted World, Kahoud and Knafo take a close look at omnipotent fantasies in three domains: sex, drugs, and creativity. They demonstrate how these fantasies emerge and how artists draw on them both to create and destroy-sometimes simultaneously - and how understanding this can help psychoanalysts work more effectively with these individuals. Using the personal statements of influential artists and entertainers, in addition to clinical material, the authors examine the omnipotence of self-destruction as it contends with that of creative artists. The authors argue that creative artists use omnipotent fantasies to imagine the world differently - this enables them to produce their art, but also leaves these artists vulnerable to addiction. Chapters devoted to Stephen King and Anne Sexton demonstrate the ways these authors used drugs and alcohol to fuel imagination and inspire creative output while simultaneously doing harm to themselves. A detailed case study also demonstrates successful clinical work with a creative substance user. Sex, Drugs, and Creativity will appeal to anyone interested in the links between creativity and substance use, and will be of great use to psychoanalysts and mental health practitioners working with these challenging clients.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138956094 20180903
Green Library
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xxxi, 602 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm
  • Foreword Preface Acknowledgments About the Authors Chapter 1. Introduction and Overview The Start of Contemporary Therapy and Theory Therapy's Relationship to Theory Attributes Used to Judge the Soundness of a Theory The Authors' Approach to Writing This Textbook Connecting the Dots: Seeing the Big Picture Reappearing Case Study Used in Each Theoretical Chapter Ongoing Exercise That Concludes in Chapter 15 Chapter 2. Counselor Role and Functions, Professional Ethics, Stress, and Self-Care Introduction Professional Ethics ACA Code of Ethics APA Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct Ethical Decision Making: Professional Counselors and Counseling Psychologists Therapist Well-Being and Burnout What Is Self-Care? Chapter 3. Psychoanalytic Theory Introduction Historical Context Sigmund Freud's Contribution Basic Concepts The Therapeutic Process Beyond Freud Appropriate Client Populations Multiculturalism and Social Justice Limitations and Criticisms of Psychoanalysis Contemporary Research Support Relevance of Psychoanalytic Theory Special Ethical Considerations Application: Psychoanalytic Theory Chapter 4. Adlerian Theory Individual Psychology: An Introduction Alfred Adler: Inside and Outside the Inner Circle The Adlerian Approach: Individual Psychology Major Concepts Therapy Research Support Individual Psychology and Social Justice Multicultural Perspective Relevance of the Adlerian Approach Special Ethical Considerations Criticisms of the Adlerian Approach Application: Adlerian Theory Chapter 5. Existential Theory Introduction Key Players of Existentialism Historical Context Basic Concepts of Existential Therapy The Therapeutic Process Multiculturalism and Social Justice Ethical Considerations Evaluating Existential Theory Limitations and Criticisms of Existentialism Relevance to Current Practice Applying Theory to Practice Chapter 6. Person-Centered Theory Introduction Historical Context Carl Rogers: The Person and Founder of Person-Centered Therapy Basic Concepts The Therapeutic Process Variants and Extensions of Person-Centered Therapy Multiculturalism and Social Justice Special Ethical Considerations Research Support Limitations and Criticism Relevance to Current Practice Applying Person-Centered Theory Chapter 7. Gestalt Theory Introduction Historical Context Legacy Basic Concepts The Therapeutic Process Limitations and Criticisms of Gestalt Therapy Application of Gestalt Therapy to Multicultural Populations Social Justice Research Support Relevance of Theory Special Ethical Considerations Application: Gestalt Theory Chapter 8. Behavioral Theory Introduction Historical Context Key Players Basic Concepts The Therapeutic Process Terminology Multiculturalism and Social Justice Research: Evaluating Behavioral Approaches Limitations and Criticisms of Behavioral Approaches Relevance of Theory Special Ethical Considerations Application: Behavioral Approaches Chapter 9. Cognitive-Behavioral Theory Introduction Key Players of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Historical Context Basic Concepts The Therapeutic Process Currently Popular Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies Multiculturalism and Social Justice Special Ethical Considerations Evaluating the Theory Limitations and Criticisms of the Theory Relevance to Current-Day Practice Applying Theory to Therapy Chapter 10. Reality Therapy and Choice Theory Introduction The Roots of Reality Therapy and Choice Theory: William Glasser Reality Therapy and Choice Theory Major Concepts Therapy Moving Beyond the Reality Therapy of the 1960s Research Support Relevance of Theory Social Justice and Multiculturalism Criticisms of Reality Therapy and Choice Theory Application: Reality Therapy and Choice Theory Chapter 11. Feminist Therapy Approaches Introduction Key Players in Feminist Therapy Historical Context Basic Concepts Therapeutic Process Techniques and Strategies Multiculturalism and Social Justice Ethical Considerations Evaluating Theory Limitations and Criticisms Relevance of Theory to Current-Day Practice Applying Theory to Practice Chapter 12. Postmodernism: Constructivism and Social Constructionism Introduction Key Players of Constructivism and Social Constructionism Historical Context Constructivism Social Constructionism Narrative Theory Basic Concepts The Therapeutic Process Multiculturalism and Social Justice Ethical Considerations Evaluating Theory Limitations and Criticisms of Theory Current Mental Health Delivery System Applying Theory to Practice Chapter 13. Family Therapy Approaches Introduction Returning to the Issue of Defining the Word Family Family Therapy Between Family and Individual Therapy: Differences Family Therapy: Historical Context and Points of Origin Contemporary Family Therapy Five Approaches to Family Therapy Solution-Focused Therapy Bowen Family Systems Therapy Structural Therapy Experiential Approach Appropriate Client Populations: Family Therapy Multiculturalism Social Justice Special Ethical Considerations Research Findings Limitations and Criticisms Application: Family Therapy Chapter 14. Multicultural and International Approaches Introduction Key Players Historical Context Basic Concepts The Therapeutic Process Social Justice Ethical Considerations Evaluating Theory Limitations of the Multicultural Theory Relevance to Current Practice Applying Theory to Practice Chapter 15. Moving Toward a Personal Theory of Counseling and Psychotherapy A Wealth of Theories and Therapies The Journey to Find One's Own Theoretical Approach Elements That Make a Theory a Theory: A Much Maligned Term Defined The Tangible Value of Operating From a Theoretical Position Boxing Differences Among the Theories Covered Common Factors: Corralling Similarities Among the Theories The Master Therapist: A Blending of Science and Art Integration's Role in Constructing a Personal Approach Future Directions in Counseling and Psychotherapy References Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781412967594 20180813
The authors bring decades of expertise in the classroom and the field to evaluating theories, analyzing multicultural practices, and advocating for social justice to their writing. Each theory is presented through a multicultural and social justice-oriented lens, including evidence to support each theory.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781412967594 20180813
Green Library
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x, 464 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 27 cm
This volume, first published as part of the American Psychological Association's centennial celebration in 1992 and updated today for the APA's 125th anniversary, demonstrates how the Association has evolved over the years in response to intellectual, cultural, political, economic, and other historical developments. Chapters describe the personalities and events that transformed the APA from a tiny organization of 26 members to one of the largest professional associations in the world. Key topics include the changing role of women in the APA, and the organization's considerable contributions to social change. From its origins in the late nineteenth century, through the two World Wars and a major reorganization, to the social and cultural turbulence of the 1960s and the economic uncertainties of the 1970s and 1980s, the APA's development has mirrored the growth of psychology as a discipline in the United States.This special 125th anniversary edition describes the unique challenges and triumphs that have marked the APA's early years in the twenty-first century.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781433827914 20180409
Green Library
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1 online resource.
This volume, first published as part of the American Psychological Association's centennial celebration in 1992 and updated today for the APA's 125th anniversary, demonstrates how the Association has evolved over the years in response to intellectual, cultural, political, economic, and other historical developments. Chapters describe the personalities and events that transformed the APA from a tiny organization of 26 members to one of the largest professional associations in the world. Key topics include the changing role of women in the APA, and the organization's considerable contributions to social change. From its origins in the late nineteenth century, through the two World Wars and a major reorganization, to the social and cultural turbulence of the 1960s and the economic uncertainties of the 1970s and 1980s, the APA's development has mirrored the growth of psychology as a discipline in the United States.This special 125th anniversary edition describes the unique challenges and triumphs that have marked the APA's early years in the twenty-first century.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781433827914 20180806
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xii, 110 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • INTRODUCTION CHAPTER I CHAPTER II CHAPTER III CHAPTER IV CHAPTER V CHAPTER VI CHAPTER VII CHAPTER VIII CHAPTER IX CHAPTER X CHAPTER XI CHAPTER XII CHAPTER XIII EPILOGUE.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781782205814 20180828
This book explores the conceptual and practical connections that exist between phenomenology, Buddhism, and psychotherapy. These three disciplines clearly have completely different origins, histories, conceptualizations and academic environments and, at first blush, there seems to be no real bond between them. However, this book shows that there are connections between these diverse approaches, but they have the peculiar character of being latent and hidden. Thus, phenomenology and the practice of mindfulness share a similar, though perhaps not explicit, goal: to exclude the ego. Notwithstanding this connection, they approach this task from quite separate roads, each of which conceals this implicit goal, giving the impression that both disciplines are irreducible and disconnected, as if they were completely distinct and closed systems.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781782205814 20180828
Green Library
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206 pages ; 23 cm
  • Barbe Buvée par elle-même -- Barbe Buvée, sorcière -- Les moyens de la contagion -- De la possession à la sorcellerie -- Des jeunes femmes frustrées -- Un scénario déjà connu -- Corps douloureux -- Mauvaises pensées -- Bruits et hallucinations -- Violences et homicides -- Une organisation -- Une technique -- Le langage du corps -- Le langage de la parole -- Des expulsions difficiles -- Peur sur la ville -- L'Église partagée -- Des médecins divisés -- La commission d'enquête -- La justice contestée -- Un acte de foi dévoyé en spectacle.
"De 1658 à 1663, le couvent des Ursulines, à Auxonne, près de Dijon, est le théâtre d'une étrange affaire. Des religieuses, avec force tapages, délires et convulsions, se disent habitées par les démons. Puis l'épidémie déborde sur la ville, et des femmes laïques, jugées responsables, sont condamnées au bannissement ou massacrées par la population. Finalement, en octobre 1660, la soeur de Sainte-Colombe, Barbe Buvée, est accusée de magie, de sortilège et d'infanticide et, reconnue comme la principale coupable, mise aux fers au couvent, avant d'être innocentée quelques mois plus tard par le parlement de Dijon. S'appuyant sur des archives exceptionnelles contenant l'ensemble du procès et donnant la parole aux nombreux protagonistes, Benoît Garnot recherche les causes de ces prétendues possessions, en décrit les symptômes et leur traitement par les exorcistes, présente et compare les analyses effectuées à l'époque, tant par le clergé que par les magistrats. Après la condamnation d'Urbain Grandier au bûcher pour des faits similaires à Loudun, en 1634, le dénouement judiciaire de la crise d'Auxonne révèle, de manière exemplaire avec l'explication de ces phénomènes insolites par la maladie mentale ? l'affirmation d'un monde nouveau en voie de laïcisation."--Page 4 of cover.
Green Library
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279 pages ; 21 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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159 pages ; 23 cm
Sublime madness and ennui: melancholy is a condition of imbalance, chaotic and desolate, and a keystone of modern Western thought. In Angels in Mourning, Roger Bartra explores how three lucid European thinkers - Immanuel Kant, Max Weber and Walter Benjamin - addressed the irrational and the dolorous, drawing attention to some apparently marginal aspects of their work in order to illuminate the way in which they gazed into the darkness. It is not obvious why melancholy should find such a prominent space in our society. Why did this threatening expression of langour and disorder gain such a foothold at the heart of a European culture guided by the light of rationalism? In this surprising and insightful study, Bartra considers this question through investigations of Kant, Weber and Benjamin, and suggests that one explanation may lie in the blossoming of Romanticism, that deep-seated protest against the Enlightenment and the capitalist order.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781780239729 20180917
Green Library
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1 online resource (262 p.)
  • Front Cover; Human Resilience Against Food Insecurity; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acronyms; About the Author; Acknowledgments; Foreword; References; Chapter 1: Introduction; References; Chapter 2: A Summary of "Food Security in the Developing World"; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Manifestations and Measurement of Food Insecurity; 2.3 Causes of Food Insecurity; 2.4 Mitigation of Current Food Insecurity; 2.5 Prevention of Future Food Insecurity; 2.6 Cross-Cutting Issues; 2.7 Conclusions; 2.7.1 Companion Website; References
  • Chapter 3: Understanding Vulnerability to, and Resilience Against, Food InsecurityReferences; Chapter 4: The Anthropological Basis of Human Development; 4.1 General Introduction; 4.2 A Social and Cultural Obstacle Course; 4.2.1 Clearing the Hurdle; 4.2.1.1 Ankole District, Uganda; 4.2.1.2 Return of the King; 4.2.1.3 Upper Barclay, Eastern Nepal; 4.2.1.4 Meeting the Ancestors; 4.2.1.5 Motorbike Accident, Liberia; 4.2.1.6 Concern at Colleagues' Wellbeing in Afghanistan; 4.2.1.7 Creating Space; 4.2.2 Falling at the Hurdle; 4.2.2.1 Tripoli, Libya; 4.2.2.2 A Tanzanian's Sensibility
  • 4.2.2.3 Sensitive Language and Customs Related to the African Colonial Period4.2.2.4 Sensitivities to Being "Beneficiaries"; 4.2.2.5 Kyrgyzstan: How to Create a Diplomatic Incident Without Trying; 4.3 Community Ownership; 4.4 Success Breeds Success; 4.5 Individual Food Security Strategies; 4.5.1 Sudanese Goatherd; 4.5.2 Sudanese Shoe Shiner; 4.5.3 Fishing Community; 4.5.4 Tomato Growing in the Sudanese Desert; 4.5.5 Sale of Fodder in Sudan; 4.5.6 Police in Sudan; 4.5.7 Police on the Owen Falls Dam, Uganda; 4.5.8 Police on the Fort Portal Road, Uganda
  • 4.5.9 Room Cleaner in The Gambia4.5.10 Private Enterprise in Refugee Camps; References; Chapter 5: The Starting Point of a Development Intervention; 5.1 Introduction; 5.1.1 Food-Sourcing Context; 5.1.2 Approach to Improving Resilience; 5.1.3 Expatriates-Blessing or Liability?; 5.2 Personal Journeys to Our Understanding of "Food Insecurity"; 5.3 Seeking Consensus; 5.4 Challenging One's Assumptions; 5.4.1 The Need to Triangulate; 5.4.1.1 Sudan; 5.4.1.2 Somalia; 5.4.1.3 Zambia; 5.4.1.4 The Water's Edge; 5.4.1.5 Kyrgyzstan; 5.4.1.6 Yemen
  • 5.4.1.7 Surprising Attitudes of the "Lightly Traveled"5.5 Interaction With Local Administrations; 5.6 Lack of Trust Within Multiethnic National Communities; 5.7 Conflict- or Political-Break With Tradition; 5.8 Managing Expectations; References; Chapter 6: Identifying and Prioritizing the Challenges Confronting Food Security Resilience for All; 6.1 The Need for Resilient Food Systems; 6.2 Better Policy Making and Planning; 6.2.1 Introduction; 6.2.2 The Tamil Nadu Integrated Nutrition Project (TINP); 6.2.3 East Africa; 6.2.4 Sudan
Human Resilience against Food Insecurity focuses on the human factors involved in building resilience against food and nutrition insecurity in perpetuity through better managing risks (such as 'better-spacing' of children), diversifying the asset portfolio, behavioral change, and communication strategies for to help achieve these goals. The better the coherence and convergence amongst these human factors that promote sustainable food and nutrition security, the lower the need to rectify their absence through post-facto, unsustainable 'firemen's work' of humanitarian assistance and CMAM clinics. The book includes references to countries which are not in the lowest of the categories prescribed in the UNDP Human Development reports, also including minority groups in developed countries, such as the hunter-gatherer Inuit communities of Canada, to provide an inclusive view of the issues and concerns relevant to addressing food insecurity.
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xiv, 304 pages ; 24 cm
We spend our lives gathering - first in classrooms and then in meetings, weddings, conferences and away days. Yet so many of us spend this time in underwhelming moments that fail to engage us, inspire us, or connect us. We've all sat in meetings where people talk past each other or go through the motions and others which galvanize a team and remind everyone why they first took the job. We've been to weddings that were deeply moving and others that were run-of-the-mill and simply faded away. Why do some moments take off and others fizzle? What's the difference between the gatherings that inspire you and the ones that don't? In The Art of Gathering, Priya Parker gets to the heart of these questions and reveals how to design a transformative gathering. An expert on organizing successful gatherings whether in conference centres or her living room, Parker shows us how to create moving, magical, mind-changing experiences - even in spaces where we've come to expect little.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780241973837 20180820
Green Library
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184 p. ; 24 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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234 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
Green Library
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viii, 208 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS NOTE ON REFERENCES LIST OF IMAGES Introduction: Close Encounters of the Daimonic Kind Chapter One - Martial Matters Chapter Two - The `Central Spiritual Sun' Chapter Three - The Anima, the Moon, and the Serpent Chapter Four - Saturn in the Hermitage, Part One: The Solitaries Chapter Five - Saturn in the Hermitage, Part Two: and the `Personal Daimon' Chapter Six - the `One who Brought the Sun' Chapter Seven - The `System of All Worlds' Conclusion Bibliography.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138289178 20180508
C. G. Jung's The Red Book: Liber Novus, published posthumously in 2009, explores Jung's own journey from an inner state of alienation and depression to the restoration of his soul, as well as offering a prophetic narrative of the collective human psyche as it journeys from unconsciousness to a greater awareness of its own inner dichotomy of good and evil. Jung utilised astrological symbols throughout to help him comprehend the personal as well as universal meanings of his visions. In The Astrological World of Jung's Liber Novus, Liz Greene explores the planetary journey Jung portrayed in this remarkable work and investigates the ways in which he used astrological images and themes as an interpretive lens to help him understand the nature of his visions and the deeper psychological meaning behind them. Greene's analysis includes a number of mythic and archetypal elements, including the stories of Salome, Siegfried and Elijah, and demonstrates that astrology, as Jung understood and worked with it, is unquestionably one of the most important foundation stones of analytical psychology, and an essential part of understanding his legacy. This unique study will appeal to analytical psychologists and Jungian psychotherapists, students and academics of Jungian and post-Jungian theory, the history of psychology, archetypal thought, mythology and folklore, the history of New Age movements, esotericism and psychological astrology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138289178 20180508
Green Library
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viii, 140 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm.
  • Discovering your authentic leadership : why self-awareness is so critical / Bill George, Peter Sims, Andrew N. McLean, and Diana Mayer
  • The authenticity paradox : to grow, you need to feel like a fake / Herminia Ibarra
  • What bosses gain by being vulnerable : the psychology of human connection / Emma Seppala
  • Practice tough empathy : when you care, you show your true self / Rob Goffee and Gareth Jones
  • Cracking the code that stalls people of color : sacrificing identity to conform / Sylvia Ann Hewlett
  • For a corporate apology to work, the CEO should look sad : make your emotions match your message / Sarah Green Carmichael
  • Are leaders getting too emotional? : tears are OK if they're rare, an interview with Gautam Mukunda and Gianpiero Petriglieri / Adi Ignatius and Sarah Green Carmichael.
Creating an authentic leadership style that aligns with your personal values and character can have a host of benefits. But in the face of uncertainty, conflict, and cultural expectations, many struggle to show their vulnerability while still appearing authoritative. This book shows leaders and aspiring leaders alike how to work with their people while also being true to themselves. You'll learn from the latest research who is most at risk for feeling inauthentic, what that means for your credibility and your team's engagement, and how to decide when it is appropriate to just be yourself, and when you need to adapt to fit the needs of your organisation.How to be human at work. The HBR Emotional Intelligence Series features smart, essential reading on the human side of professional life from the pages of Harvard Business Review. Each book in the series offers proven research showing how our emotions impact our work lives, practical advice for managing difficult people and situations, and inspiring essays on what it means to tend to our emotional well-being at work. Uplifting and practical, these books describe the social skills that are critical for ambitious professionals to master.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781633693913 20180122
Law Library (Crown)
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235 pages, 10 unnumbered plates : color illustrations ; 21 cm.
Green Library
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354 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
Green Library
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199 p. ; 24 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)