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Reading Minds

  • Couverture cartonnée
  • 248 Nombre de pages
Zusammenfassung Reading Minds is a practical guide to the cognitive science revolution. With fascinating descriptions of studies o... Lire la suite
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Description

Zusammenfassung Reading Minds is a practical guide to the cognitive science revolution. With fascinating descriptions of studies of the mind, from the brain scans of lovers and liars in London to the eye movements of babies in Budapest, this book takes the reader into the laboratories of the most innovative psychological researchers around the world. Using anecdotes from everyday life and his clinical practice, renowned psychotherapist and academic the author shows how to use the insights of science to better understand and relate to others.

Auteur

Michael Moskowitz, PhD is a psychoanalyst and organizational consultant in New York City and an adjunct associate professor in the School of Silver School of Social Work, New York University, as well as being Co-Editor of the journal, Organisational and Social Dynamics. His past positions include CEO and Publisher, Other Press; Publisher, Jason Aronson; Director of the City University of New York Graduate School and Medical School Counseling Offices; and Team Leader, Operation Outreach Vietnam Veterans Center, New Haven, USA. He is author of articles and chapters on psychoanalytic theory, organizational dynamics, morality, and race and ethnicity.



Texte du rabat

A practical guide to the cognitive science revolution. With descriptions of studies of the mind, from the brain scans of lovers and liars in London to the eye movements of babies in Budapest, it shows how to use the insights of science to better understand and relate to others.



Résumé
Reading Minds is a practical guide to the cognitive science revolution. With fascinating descriptions of studies of the mind, from the brain scans of lovers and liars in London to the eye movements of babies in Budapest, this book takes the reader into the laboratories of the most innovative psychological researchers around the world. Using anecdotes from everyday life and his clinical practice, renowned psychotherapist and academic the author shows how to use the insights of science to better understand and relate to others.

Détails sur le produit

Titre: Reading Minds
Sous-titre: A Guide to the Cognitive Neuroscience Revolution
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Code EAN: 9781855757141
ISBN: 978-1-85575-714-1
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Taylor and Francis
Genre: Médecine
nombre de pages: 248
Année: 2010