The Hidden Psychology of Our Talking

Author: David W. Shave
Publisher: Universal-Publishers
ISBN: 9781627342681
Release Date: 2019-04-01
Genre: Psychology

This book introduces the concept of the "unconscious entity" and reveals it as the most important concept in psychology. The book begins by presenting that the basic emotional need of humans is the need to be emotionally comfortable. Anything, that makes us emotionally uncomfortable, is a frustration of our basic emotional need, that then produces anger. The bigger the frustration, the more anger is produced. If that anger is not immediately expressed, it becomes repressed, and then stored in our mind as "unconscious entity," making any unwanted feeling we have, more unwanted. Unconscious entity arises from our unexpressed anger. It manifests itself as unwanted feelings. The feeling we least want is the very feeling most likely to be produced by our unexpressed anger. To reduce the intensity of an unwanted feeling, or to remove it completely, we must convert the unconscious entity, in our mind, back to expressed anger, which we can do, unconsciously, when we talk to a listener about what we dislike, or hate. What we dislike, or hate, will be unconsciously equated with an unconsciously perceived part of our listener. The anger is then directly expressed to that part and will be metaphorically hidden. This reveals a new dimension in human communication that has the capacity to cure psychogenic illnesses. Anger, arising from our stored unconscious entity, can also be reduced when it is expressed, inwardly, to ourselves, as in any hard work, exercise, or self-punishment, or by punishment inflicted by others. Reducing our unconscious entity makes us less emotionally uncomfortable, which is the same as making us more emotionally comfortable. That meets our basic emotional need indirectly. This book shows how we unconsciously hide our expressed anger, in our talking to a perceived listener. We do it by utilizing unconscious predicate-equating that this book shows, for the first time anywhere, is a prominent cognition of humans, and not limited to, or being diagnostic of, schizophrenia, as psychology and psychiatry now believe. It reveals the hidden and real cause for homelessness, PTSD, pedophilia, and why people senselessly kill as in mass killings.This book is a "must read," not only for anyone associated, in any way, with psychology or psychiatry, but anyone interested in the origin of their own unwanted feelings, and wanting to rid themselves of them.

Introducing Family Psychology

Author: James Powell
Publisher: Icon Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781848315365
Release Date: 2013-05-02
Genre: Family & Relationships

Based on practical, clinically proven, and tried-and-tested approaches, Introducing Family Psychology - A Practical Guide looks at fifteen major problems that are typically encountered by families. Introducing Family Psychology - A Practical Guide provides workable solutions based on experiences that cross cultural boundaries. This Practical Guide is a valuable resource to help child carers - from single parents to grandparents - deal with the difficulties that can arise when bringing up a child.

Love Affairs The Therapeutic Guide to Sound Thinking and Smart Moves After Infidelity

Author: Joel Block Ph.D.
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9781440861550
Release Date: 2018-04-02
Genre: Family & Relationships

A psychologist specializing in couples therapy provides an honest and compassionate guide to dealing with a spouse's or partner's love affair, from the one-night stand to the grand amour. • Illustrate and brings to life issues addressed across chapters through vignettes from the author's therapy sessions • Describes types of and motivations for affairs • Details the healing process and steps to either recover the relationship or "de-couple" • Explains special considerations and actions for stability in cases in which the couple has children • Clearly describes the psychological damage an affair may inflict and dares to explain the controversial possibility that some affairs may have positive effects

Looking Forward Through the Lifespan Developmental Psychology

Author: Candida C Peterson
Publisher: Pearson Higher Education AU
ISBN: 9781442556942
Release Date: 2013-12-17
Genre: Psychology

When a local context really makes the difference… The new edition of this original Australian text continues to offer the most balanced coverage of theory and research for Australian students and educators and appeals to students from many backgrounds. It covers the domains of development including neurological, cognitive, social, physical and personality. The text is organised chronologically by chapter. Within each chapter content is organised topically. This structure allows for a degree of flexibility and lecturers can choose the way they wish to approach the content, whether it is topically or chronologically.

The Psychology of Love 4 volumes

Author: Michele A. Paludi
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780313393167
Release Date: 2012-03-09
Genre: Psychology

From arranged marriages to online dating, this four-volume work presents everything from personal accounts to empirical evidence to document what creates love in our culture as well as around the world. • Showcases individual accounts regarding the perennial question of "what is love?" • Highlights cultural similarities and differences • Provides up-to-date empirical research • Supplies extensive bibliographic materials and a list of organizations regarding relationships, including abusive relationships

Psychological Perspectives on Lesbian Gay and Bisexual Experiences

Author: Linda Garnets
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231504942
Release Date: 2003-05-14
Genre: Psychology

Designed for both the undergraduate and graduate classroom, this selection of important articles provides a comprehensive overview of current thought about the psychological issues affecting lesbians, bisexuals, and gay men. The editors have revised and updated the introduction and included a new set of articles for the second edition, most of which have been published since the release of the first edition of Psychological Perspectives. The book is divided into eight sections that deal with the meaning of sexual orientation; the psychological dimensions of prejudice, discrimination, and violence; identity development; diversity; relationships and families; adolescence, midlife, and aging; mental health; and the status of practice, research, and public policy bearing on homosexuality and bisexuality in American psychology.

59 Seconds

Author: Richard Wiseman
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 9780230743908
Release Date: 2009-07-03
Genre: Self-Help

Most people would like to be more creative, more persuasive and more attractive. For years, gurus and 'life coaches' have urged people to improve their lives by changing the way they think and behave, but scientific research has revealed that many of their techniques, from group brainstorming to visualization, are ineffective. Fortunately, in 59 Seconds: Think a Little, Change a Lot psychologist Richard Wiseman is on hand to provide fast-acting, myth-busting scientific answers to a huge range of everyday problems. From job-hunting to relationships, and from parenting to self-esteem, personal and professional success may be less than a minute away . . . * Find out why putting a pencil between your teeth instantly makes you feel happier. * Discover why even thinking about going to the gym can help you keep in shape. * Learn how putting just one thing in your wallet will improve the chance of it being returned if lost.

The Murderer Next Door

Author: David M. Buss
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101117699
Release Date: 2006-04-25
Genre: Psychology

As acclaimed psychological researcher and author David Buss writes, "People are mesmerized by murder. It commands our attention like no other human phenomenon, and those touched by its ugly tendrils never forget." Though we may like to believe that murderers are pathological misfits and hardened criminals, the vast majority of murders are committed by people who, until the day they kill, would seem to be perfectly normal. David Buss's pioneering work has made major national news in the past, and this provocative book is sure to generate a storm of attention. The Murderer Next Door is a riveting look into the dark underworld of the human psyche—an astonishing exploration of when and why we kill and what might push any one of us over the edge. A leader in the innovative field of evolutionary psychology, Buss conducted an unprecedented set of studies investigating the underlying motives and circumstances of murders, from the bizarre outlier cases of serial killers to those of the friendly next-door neighbor who one day kills his wife. Reporting on findings that are often startling and counterintuitive—the younger woman involved in a love triangle is at a high risk of being killed—he puts forth a bold new general theory of homicide, arguing that the human psyche has evolved specialized adaptations whose function is to kill. Taking readers through the surprising twists and turns of the evolutionary logic of murder, he explains exactly when each of us is most at risk, both of being murdered and of becoming a murderer. His findings about the high-risk situations alone will be news making. Featuring gripping storytelling about specific murder cases—including a never used FBI file of more than 400,000 murders and a highly detailed study of 400 murders conducted by Buss in collaboration with a forensic psychiatrist, and a pioneering investigation of homicidal fantasies in which Buss found that 91 percent of men and 84 percent of women have had at least one such vivid fantasy—The Murderer Next Door will be necessary reading for those who have been fascinated by books on profiling, lovers of true crime and murder mysteries, as well as readers intrigued by the inner workings of the human mind.

The State of Affairs

Author: Esther Perel
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 9780062322609
Release Date: 2017-10-10
Genre: Psychology

Iconic couples’ therapist and bestselling author of Mating in Captivity Esther Perel returns with a provocative look at relationships through the lens of infidelity. An affair: it can rob a couple of their relationship, their happiness, their very identity. And yet, this extremely common human experience is so poorly understood. What are we to make of this time-honored taboo—universally forbidden yet universally practiced? Why do people cheat—even those in happy marriages? Why does an affair hurt so much? When we say infidelity, what exactly do we mean? Do our romantic expectations of marriage set us up for betrayal? Is there such a thing as an affair-proof marriage? Is it possible to love more than one person at once? Can an affair ever help a marriage? Perel weaves real-life case stories with incisive psychological and cultural analysis in this fast-paced and compelling book. For the past ten years, Perel has traveled the globe and worked with hundreds of couples who have grappled with infidelity. Betrayal hurts, she writes, but it can be healed. An affair can even be the doorway to a new marriage—with the same person. With the right approach, couples can grow and learn from these tumultuous experiences, together or apart. Affairs, she argues, have a lot to teach us about modern relationships—what we expect, what we think we want, and what we feel entitled to. They offer a unique window into our personal and cultural attitudes about love, lust, and commitment. Through examining illicit love from multiple angles, Perel invites readers into an honest, enlightened, and entertaining exploration of modern marriage in its many variations. Fiercely intelligent, The State of Affairs provides a daring framework for understanding the intricacies of love and desire. As Perel observes, “Love is messy; infidelity more so. But it is also a window, like no other, into the crevices of the human heart.”

Clinical Management of Sex Addiction

Author: Patrick Carnes
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 1583913610
Release Date: 2002
Genre: Medical

This is the first comprehensive volume of the clinical management of sex addiction. Collecting the work of 28 leaders in this emerging field, the editors provide a long-needed primary text about how to approach treatment with these challenging patients. The book serves as an excellent introduction for professionals new to the field as well as serving as a useful reference tool. The contributors are literally the pioneers of one of the last frontiers of addiction medicine and sex therapy. With a growing awareness of sex addiction as a problem, plus the advent of cybersex compulsion, professional clinicians are being confronted with sexual compulsion with little clinical or academic preparation. This is the first book distilling the experience of the leaders in this emerging field. With a focus on special populations, it also becomes a handy problem-solving tool. Readable, concise, and filled with useful interventions, it is a key text for a problem clinicians must be able to identify. It is destined to be a classic reference.

Life on the Edge

Author: James C. Dobson
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9781414355689
Release Date: 2010-12-22
Genre: Religion

As a young adult, you will face crucial questions about identity, education, marriage, career, God's will, and much more. Some of the most dramatic and permanent changes in life will occur during the “critical decade”—those ten years between 16 and 26. Are you prepared to make the right choices? You can be. Like a trusted friend who understands, Dr. James Dobson candidly addresses the issues that today's young adults face. In his warm, conversational style, he reveals principles to help you make right choices and get the direction you need in order to look forward to a bright and successful future.

Supporting Literacy

Author: Kate Grant
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415228183
Release Date: 2000
Genre: Education

This book is a user-friendly, practical guide for all Classroom Assistants, Learning Support Assistants and others who support children's learning in primary schools.

The Loving Relationships Treasury

Author: Sondra Ray
Publisher: Celestial Arts
ISBN: 9780307804693
Release Date: 2011-08-24
Genre: Family & Relationships

Collected from her groundbreaking series of relationship books, THE LOVING RELATIONSHIPS TREASURY distills the core teachings of Sondra Ray's unique approach to finding, achieving, and maintaining the deepest, most fulfilling relationships possible. Ray's timeless writing continues to inspire us to begin our personal journeys toward integrating intimacy and spirituality within every significant relationship-with ourselves, our mates, our parents, our children, our colleagues, our world. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Social psychology

Author: Shelley E. Taylor
ISBN: UCLA:L0063541593
Release Date: 1997
Genre: Psychology

Generations of readers have learned social psychology from this book-it provides balanced, up-to-date, and accurate coverage of basic topics, research, and theories. Balancing cutting-edge findings and classic work in the field, the user-friendly Social Psychology shows how its methods and theories can be applied to everyday experiences and current social issues. Interesting and easy to read and understand, the topics covered are broad in scope but not overwhelming; these include: perception of people and events; attitudes and influence; social interactions and relationships; helping and hurting others; social psychology and health; and social psychology and the law. Teachers, health professionals, lawyers, business leaders, and people in many different professions will find Social Psychology to be a valuable reference and handbook.