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Free Psychology books by mail

Posted by on March 25, 2016 – 03:38 am

Free Psychology books by mail

How people with print disabilities can get my books and many others for FREE Wow, what an honor! The organization Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic (RFB&D) has recorded both my books (For the Children and The Power of Dyslexic Thinking) for its audio library. Having my books available through RFB&D brings my struggle with a print disability full circle. In the 1970s, this organization began to serve an increasing number of people who had learning disabilities, and I was one of them. I received my textbooks in audio format as part…

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Years 12 Psychology book

Posted by on March 22, 2016 – 03:35 am

Years 12 Psychology book

Congrats guys! It’s all over! As I’ve said before, it’s been a joy teaching you this year. I’m so proud of you all :) Good luck for the rest of your exams! Good luck for your exam tomorrow guys! Get a good sleep, have a good breakfast, do your best. That’s all anyone can ask. I’ll see you tomorrow before the exam. I thought this was a fascinating article. The Science of Sleep: Dreaming, Depression, and How REM Sleep Regulates Negative Emotions. Here is that really good sample exam I gave you today (in case you misplace it!) Very interesting article:…

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Mind Games Psychology books

Posted by on March 19, 2016 – 03:21 am

Mind Games Psychology books

New York Yankees Babe Ruth clouts a towering home run in this undated photo. Credit: AP Photo It s no secret that Major League Baseball players can hit, catch and throw far better than the rest of us, but these abilities don t just come from their above-average physical prowess. As Yogi Berra once infamously said, Baseball is 90 percent mental; the other half is physical. In a book that came out earlier this year, The Psychology of Baseball,psychologist Mike Stadler of the University of Missouri took a look inside that 90 percent to see what…

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Top Psychology books to read

Posted by on March 10, 2016 – 02:59 am

Top Psychology books to read

Thalma Lobel Thalma Lobel, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized psychologist and a professor at the School of Psychological Science at Tel Aviv University, where she is director of the child development center. She was the chairperson of the school of psychological sciences and a member of the executive board of the university. Her new book is 1Drive: The Surprising Truth about What Motivates Us by Drive deals with a highly important topic, i.e., motivation—the factors that influence us to do what we do and to try to do the best we can. It challenges…

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Best Psychology books PDF

Posted by on February 24, 2016 – 01:45 am

Best Psychology books PDF

Sharing is caring. Did you ever get a feeling that grows bigger than yourself? Something that involves other people or circumstances, yet has a little part of you? Most likely, there are a lot of feelings that have this feature, but the one I mean is gratitude. Something wonderful has happened to you because someone or something else caused it. Yet, there is also some merit for you: Being aware and open to this wonderful gift. For me, being grateful is one of the best feelings a person can experience. Gratitude has been looked at from many angles…

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First Year Psychology books

Posted by on February 15, 2016 – 01:42 am

First Year Psychology books

First Year Psychology There s never been a better time to study Psychology . . . Employment opportunities for psychologists have never been more abundant. There are also many opportunities to pursue postgraduate study by research or clinical training. There s never been a better place than at UNE . . . Study on campus or from home. We have an enviable reputation for excellence in distance education. First year psychology units have NO intensive (residential) school requirement, and unit content has been enhanced with online learning resources, assessment…

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General Psychology 100 book

Posted by on February 9, 2016 – 01:15 am

General Psychology 100 book

By Maria Popova It’s often said that every song, every poem, every novel, every painting ever created is in some way “about” love. What this really means is that love is a central theme, an underlying preoccupation, in humanity’s greatest works. But what exactly is love? How does its mechanism spur such poeticism, and how does it lodge itself in our minds, hearts and souls so completely, so stubbornly, as to permeate every aspect of the human imagination? Today, we turn to 5 essential books that are “about” love in a different way — they turn an…

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