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Male Psychology books

Posted by on November 11, 2014 – 05:44 pm

Male Psychology books

Three physical characteristics associated with social dominance include: Height. Being tall has a range of social benefits: Taller men demonstrate less sensitivity to cues of dominance in other men (e.g., masculinity), and show less jealousy toward socially and physically dominant rivals than shorter men do. Tall men are also perceived as more dominant than shorter men. Similarly, dominant men also “play larger, ” as they are estimated to be taller than less-dominant men. Taken together, these results offer some explanation for the well-known association…

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Free Psychology books to Download

Posted by on January 1, 2015 – 08:33 am

Free Psychology books to Download

Download our free mental toughness report. Discover if you are making one or more of these “costly” mental game mistakes prior to competition! “The amount of knowledge I’ve learned from your eBooks, books and podcasts at Peaksports is fantastic! You’re the best Mental Training coach I’ve found. I research the subject a lot and other sport psychologists aren’t as comprehensive as you.” ~Gavin Clark, PGA Member In this PDF report, you’ll: Discover if those pregame jitters are positive or negative. Identify mistakes in your pre-competition mental preparation…

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Fun Psychology books

Posted by on June 30, 2015 – 07:39 am

Fun Psychology books

I usually don t read psychology books for fun. Part of this tendency is recent. I now tend to read non-fiction in short bursts and graphic novels and mysteries for longer periods of time. I have noticed a sharp decline in the intellectual caliber of my leisure reading that oddly starts with the birth of my son (much as I have noticed a drop in the pretentiousness of my movie and television choices - everything looks good after Elmo). But I also generally don t like to relax by reading about what I think about all day (it s the same reason I haven…

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Top Psychology books of all time

Posted by on March 20, 2015 – 10:43 am

Top Psychology books of all time

Amazon contains 340, 737 book titles containing the word sales and 48, 427 containing the word selling. Since you re probably not going to read all 389, 164 of them, I thought it might be useful to identify the ten that should be in every business library. Here they are: 10. Selling to Big Companies One of the biggest mistakes in the business world is assuming that all companies are alike and therefore should be approaching in the same way. In this instant classic, Jill Konrath explains how to manage the often-Byzantine politics of large companies…

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Child Psychology books

Posted by on September 16, 2015 – 02:22 pm

Child Psychology books

Understanding your child is one of the most important things that you should learn as a parent. It is very helpful in becoming effective in guiding and nurturing your child as they grow and mature. You need to bear in mind that your child has a unique personality trait that remains consistent throughout life. One of the ways you can understand your child is by observing them as they sleep, eat, or play. Look for the consistent traits. Which activities do they like best? Is adjusting to changes easy for them or do they need time to become familiar…

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Video Games Psychology books

Posted by on June 27, 2015 – 02:29 pm

Video Games Psychology books

I’m working on my own book about the psychology of video games, and in the process I’ve come across some others that touch on a lot of the same topics. Let me be honest: once my book is out, I’ll shamelessly promote it as the super best, most awesome thing to read about the topic. (Have you signed up for my book progress newsletter yet?) But in the meantime, I thought I’d highlight three other good reads in descending order of publication date. Ever wondered how the appearance of the avatar you use while playing games affects you or other players?…

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Tools Psychology book

Posted by on October 7, 2015 – 04:28 pm

Tools Psychology book

Feeling stressed, depressed, pissed off and/or pissed on? No worries! Here are 8 resiliency psychology techniques – snagged from my best selling THE BOUNCE BACK BOOK – where I share a range of researched and proven psychological tools. 1. Recognize if you ask depressing questions, you will get depressing answers! If you ask proactively-oriented, happy questions, you will not only get happier answers – but a happier life! Meaning? It’s easy to sit around wondering: “Why didn’t I?” “Why did I?” “What if?” “Why me?” “Why not them?” “What if my fear…

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