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The Psychology book
Verfasserangabe: [contributors Catherine Collin ...]
Jahr: 2012
Verlag: London ; Munich [u.a.], Dorling Kindersley
Mediengruppe: Buch
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VERLAGSTEXT: / / Clearly explaining more than 100 groundbreaking ideas in the field, The Psychology Book uses accessible text and easy-to-follow graphics and illustrations to explain the complex theoretical and experimental foundations of psychology. / / / / From its philosophical roots through behaviorism, psychotherapy, and developmental psychology, The Psychology Book looks at all the greats from Pavlov and Skinner to Freud and Jung, and is an essential reference for students and anyone with an interest in how the mind works. / / /
 
AUS DEM INHALT: / / 10 INTRODUCTION / PHILOSOPHICAL / ROOTS / PSYCHOLOGY IN THE MAKING / 18 The four temperaments / of personality / Galen / 20 There is a reasoning / soul in this machine / Descartes / 22 Dormez! Abbe Faria / 24 Concepts become forces / when they resist one / another / Johann Friedrich Herbart / 26 Be that self which one / truly is S0ren Kierkegaard / 28 Personality is composed / of nature and nurture / Francis Galton / 30 The laws of hysteria / are universal / Jean-Martin Charcot / 31 A peculiar destruction of / the internal connections / of the psyche / Emil Kraepelin / 32 The beginnings of the / mental life date from / the beginnings of life / Wilhelm Wundt / 38 We know the meaning / of "consciousness" so / long as no one asks us / to define it / William James / 46 Adolescence is / a new birth / G. Stanley Hall / 48 24 hours after learning / something, we forget / two-thirds of it / Hermann Ebbinghaus / 50 The intelligence of / an individual is not / a fixed quantity / Alfred Binet / 54 The unconscious sees the / men behind the curtains / Pierre Janet / BEHAVIOURISM / RESPONDING TO OUR / ENVIRONMENT / 60 The sight of tasty food / makes a hungry man's / mouth water Ivan Pavlov / 62 Profitless acts are / stamped out / Edward Thorndike / 66 Anyone, regardless of / their nature, can be / trained to be anything / John B. Watson / 72 That great God-given / maze which is our human / world Edward Tolman / 74 Once a rat has visited our / grain sack we can plan on / its return Edwin Guthrie / 75 Nothing is more natural / than for the cat to "love" / the rat Zing-Yang Kuo / 76 Learning is just not / possible Karl Lashley / 77 Imprinting cannot be / forgotten! Konrad Lorenz / 78 Behaviour is shaped by / positive and negative / reinforcement B.F. Skinner / 86 Stop imagining the scene / and relax / Joseph Wolpe / PSYCHOTHERAPY / THE UNCONSCIOUS / DETERMINES BEHAVIOUR / 92 The unconscious is the / true psychical reality / Sigmund Freud / 100 The neurotic carries a / feeling of inferiority with / him constantly / Alfred Adler / 102 The collective unconscious / is made up of archetypes / Carl Jung / 108 The struggle between the / life and death instincts / persists throughout life / Melanie Klein / 110 The tyranny of the / "shoulds" Karen Horney / 111 The superego becomes / clear only when it / confronts the ego with / hostility Anna Freud / 112 Truth can be tolerated / only if you discover it / yourself Fritz Perls / 118 It is notoriously / inadequate to take an / adopted child into one's / home and love him / Donald Winnicott / 122 The unconscious is the / discourse of the Other / Jacques Lacan / 124 Man's main task is to / give birth to himself / Erich Fromm / 130 The good life is a process / not a state of being / Carl Rogers / 138 What a man can be, / he must be / Abraham Maslow / 140 Suffering ceases to be / suffering at the moment / it finds a meaning / Viktor Frankl / 141 One does not become fully / human painlessly / Rollo May / 142 Rational beliefs create / healthy emotional / consequences / Albert Ellis / 146 The family is the / "factory" where people / are made / Virginia Satir / 148 Turn on, tune in, drop out / Timothy Leary / 149 Insight may cause / blindness / Paul Watzlawick / 150 Madness need not be all / breakdown. It may also be / break-through / R.D. Laing / 152 Our history does not / determine our destiny / Boris Cyrulnik / 154 Only good people get / depressed Dorothy Rowe / 155 Fathers are subject to / a rule of silence / Guy Corneau / COGNITIVE / PSYCHOLOGY / THE CALCULATING BRAIN / 160 Instinct is a dynamic / pattern Wolfgang Kohler / 162 Interruption of a t a sk / greatly improves its / chances of being / remembered / Bluma Zeigarnik / 163 When a baby hears / footsteps, an assembly / is excited / Donald Hebb / 164 Knowing is a process / not a product / Jerome Bruner / 166 A man with conviction / is a hard man to change / Leon Festinger / 168 The magical number 7, / plus or minus 2 / George Armitage Miller / 174 There's more to the / surface than meets / the eye / Aaron Beck / 178 We can listen to only one / voice at once / Donald Broadbent / 186 Time's arrow is bent / into a loop / Endel Tulving / 192 Perception is externally / guided hallucination / Roger N. Shepard / 193 We are constantly on / the lookout for causal / connections / Daniel Kahneman / 194 Events and emotion are / stored in memory together / Gordon H. Bower / 196 Emotions are a runaway / train Paul Ekman / 198 Ecstasy is a step into / an alternative reality / Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi / 200 Happy people are / extremely social / Martin Seligman / 202 What we believe with / all our hearts is not / necessarily the truth / Elizabeth Loftus / 208 The seven sins of memory / Daniel Schacter / 210 One is not one's thoughts / Jon Kabat-Zinn / 211 The fear is that biology / will debunk all that we / hold sacred / Steven Pinker / 212 Compulsive behaviour / rituals are attempts to / control intrusive thoughts / Paul Salkovskis / SOCIAL / PSYCHOLOGY / BEING IN A WORLD / OF OTHERS / 218 You cannot understand / a system until you try / to change it / Kurt Lewin / 224 How strong is the / urge towards social / conformity? / Solomon Asch / 228 Life is a dramatically / enacted thing / Erving Goffman / 230 The more you see it, / the more you like it / Robert Zajonc / 236 Who likes competent / women? / Janet Taylor Spence / 237 Flashbulb memories / are fired by events / of high emotionality / Roger Brown / 238 The goal is not to advance / knowledge, but to be / in the know Serge Moscovici / 240 We are, by nature,social / beings William Glasser / 242 We believe people get / what they deserve / Melvin Lerner / 244 People who do crazy / things are not / necessarily crazy / Elliot Aronson / 246 People do what they / are told to do / Stanley Milgram / 254 What happens when / you put good people / in an evil place? / Philip Zimbardo / 256 Trauma must be / understood in terms / of the relationship / between the individual / and society / Ignacio Martin-Baro / DEVELOPMENTAL / PHILOSOPHY / FROM INFANT TO ADULT / 262 The goal of education is to / create men and women / who are capable of doing / new things Jean Piaget / 270 We become ourselves / through others / Lev Vygotsky / 271 A child is not beholden to / any particular parent / Bruno Bettelheim / 272 Anything that grows / has a ground plan / Erik Erikson / 274 Early emotional bonds are / an integral part of human / nature John Bowlby / 278 Contact comfort / is overwhelmingly / important Harry Harlow / 279 We prepare children for / a life about whose course / we know nothing / Frangoise Dolto / 280 A sensitive mother / creates a secure / attachment Mary Ainsworth / 282 Who teaches a child to / hate and fear a member / of another race? / Kenneth Clark / 284 Girls get better / grades than boys / Eleanor E. Maccoby / 286 Most human behaviour / is learned through / modelling / Albert Bandura / 292 Morality develops in / six stages / Lawrence Kohlberg / 294 The language organ / grows like any other / body organ / Noam Chomsky / 298 Autism is an extreme / form of the male brain / Simon Baron-Cohen / PSYCHOLOGY OF / DIFFERENCE / PERSONALITY AND / INTELLIGENCE / 304 Name as many uses / as you can think of / for a toothpick / J.P. Guilford / 306 Did Robinson Crusoe lack / personality traits before / the advent of Friday? / Gordon Airport / 314 General intelligence / consists of both fluid and / crystallized intelligence / Raymond Cattell / 316 There is an association / between insanity and / genius Hans J. Eysenck / 322 Three key motivations / drive performance / David C. McClelland / 324 Emotion is an essentially / unconscious process / Nico Frijda / 326 Behaviour without / environmental cues / would be absurdly chaotic / Walter Mischel / 328 We cannot distinguish / the sane from the insane / in psychiatric hospitals / David Rosenhan / 330 The three faces of Eve / Thigpen & Cleckley / 332 DIRECTORY / 340 GLOSSARY / 344 INDEX / 351 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Details
VerfasserInnenangabe: [contributors Catherine Collin ...]
Jahr: 2012
Verlag: London ; Munich [u.a.], Dorling Kindersley
Systematik: PI.H, FS.E
Interessenkreis: Sprache: Englisch
ISBN: 978-0-7566-8970-4
2. ISBN: 0-7566-8970-8
Beschreibung: 352 S. : zahlr. Ill., graph. Darst.
Beteiligte Personen: Collin, Catherine
Fußnote: Text engl. - Dt. Ausg. u.d.T. : Das Psychologie-Buch
Mediengruppe: Buch