462 books (24 pages) in this category
by Melanie Fennell
by Karen Marangio
The complete introduction to the discipline of VCE Psychology without any duplication of VCE content. Oxford Psychology Year 10 is the Psychology course developed for Victorian students and is written by a peerless author team providing ...
The Loners' Manifesto
by Anneli Rufus
by Michael Chappell
Arterial Spin Labeling (ASL) MRI is an increasingly popular tool to study the brain. What sets it apart from other neuroimaging methods is the combination of quantitative measurements of a physiologically well-defined process, namely perfusion, ...
Unlock the power of emotions to help yourself and your children thrive
by Marc Brackett
by John McLeod
by Jeff Mack
Bedtime can be a challenge for the best of us. But when you're a fun-loving, overactive pet gorilla, bedtime is downright <i>hard</i>. Who would want to go to sleep when Playtime is so much more fun? <BR><BR>Certainly not <i>this</i> ...
An Integrative Handbook of the Mind
by Daniel J. Siegel
An Illustrated History of the Mind from Hypnotism to Brain Scans
by Tom Jackson
<p>Here is the essential guide to psychology, an authoritative reference book and timeline that examines how we learned to understand ourselves.<br></p> <p>Psychology is a young science. While great thinkers have pondered the nature of thought ...
The Geelong Grammar School Journey
by Jacolyn M. Norrish
As part of the Oxford Series in Positive Psychology, Positive Education: The Geelong Grammar School Journey is the story of one school's development of a more comprehensive approach to education: one with student wellbeing at its heart. ...
A Toolkit for Happiness, Purpose and Well-being
by Bridget Grenville-Cleave
The perfect concise start to making your life better. ...
by Averil Leimon
Why do some people achieve greater success and happiness than others? The key is positive psychology. <p>For most of its history, psychology has focused mainly on the darker side of human behaviour - depression, anxiety, psychosis ...
Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges
by Amy Cuddy
by Dale Purves
Why You Do It, What to Do About It Now
by Jane Burka
by WEISS ROBERT
The time has come to stop pathologizing the desire to love, help, and care for an addicted loved one. In Prodependence, Weiss presents a research-based social and psychological understanding of human interdependence, accepting and even ...
by David Shum
by Passer Et Al
by Anne Rose