You would most likely fall asleep. In addition to reviewing previously learned information, there were some new ideas thrown in to keep me intrigued. Definitely a must for anyone with a literary bent and an interest in psychology. This book also helped me getting through one of my dark times and make me change my mind about my view of the world. But what I found fascinating was Joseph Wolpe's research that shows that you can 'unlearn' fear by relaxing and facing your fears head on.
. The book is the bulk of psychological theories presented under one cover. The book is perfect for anyone who wants some major knowledge about the subject, or is about to enroll in this field of studies. How does the brain remember faces? A red color burst is the bridge into a timeline that begins the conversation in 624 B. This book also helped me getting through one of my dark times and make me change my mind about my view of the world. Within each chapter are the founding fathers no founding mothers here , an overview of their theories, brief biography of their lives, and some of their famous findings and quotes.
For me, I am an engineer spending most of my life doing math calculations and reading scientific works and journals. The third level of moral development is when we move beyond simple conformity, but Kohlberg suggested that only around 10—15 percent of us ever reach this level. Also as I mentioned with other books in this series I'm not a big fan of the format; in this book it was alright but that added to how slowly I got through it. The title gets it right: these are indeed big ideas and also plenty of small ones , and the explanations are simplified and presented in a number of ways. Which is, I suppose, is why advertisements are such an important aspect of marketing Developmental Psychology This was also a fascinating chapter on the development of the brain from childhood to adulthood, and how psychologists have revolutionized educational curriculums worldwide based on their discoveries on how children process information. Of course, I did recognize many of the psychologists and concepts that were presented.
There is a clear statement of predecessor ideas and influences for each idea, and there is an equally clear statement about those in the future who built upon each idea. I recommend the book to everyone who is interested in psychology subjects in a quick way. Энгийн амьдралын хэм хэмнэлээс жаахан гажуу өөрөөр хэлбэл сонирхдоггүй, мэддэггүй зүйлээ сонирхон судлах нь бас нэгэн аялал шүү гэж өөрийгөө өөрөөр мэдрэх нэгэн боломж уриатай л зарим номыг сүнгэнүүлэнхэн явна дөө. I tried on macbook pro. There is also no attempt at organization: related people, ideas, and timelines are seemingly randomly placed throughout the text. With straightforward information and a directory of scientists, this audio guide helps untangle the knot of theories behind the science of the mind.
From its philosophical roots through behaviorism, psychotherapy, and developmental psychology, The Psychology Book looks at all the greats fro Clearly explaining more than 100 groundbreaking ideas in the field, The Psychology Book uses accessible text and easy-to-follow graphics and illustrations to explain the complex theoretical and experimental foundations of psychology. Cutting through the haze of academia and untangling complicated theories to show how our social, political, and ethical ideas are formed, The Philosophy Book contextualizes the information around time periods, innovative thinkers, method, and philosophical approach. Initially drawn to the fun cover and positive reviews of The Philosophy Book, I decided to give this a shot and ordered a copy. Philosophical Roots In this chapter, we learn about the earliest psychologists and some of the weird things they believed in. I found the coverage fascinating. Өөрийн зан байдал, түүнийг хэрхэн өөрчлөх, суурь ойлголтоо өөрчлөх номнуудыг унших жил болгосон юм уу, энэ жилийн сонгож уншиж буй номнууд нэг л өөр, нэг л өөр жил байх чинь ээ.
Abstract: Clearly explaining more than 100 groundbreaking ideas in the field, The Psychology Book uses accessible text and easy-to-follow graphics and illustrations to explain the complex theoretical and experimental foundations of psychology. El libro de la psicología explores more than 100 groundbreaking ideas in the field using highly visual graphics, clear text, a directory of scientists, and a vocabulary glossary. All of the chapters include scientific information that include graphs, charts, etc. I have always had a love for psychology and would like to one day become a psychologist. To sum up, this is a great introductory book, more readings are needed if you want to dip deeper into this area. It may also be break-through R. Third in the trilogy is the bright red volume, The Psychology Book.
The bright red book contains a wealth of information presented in an unusual, yet inviting format. My initial reaction was disappointment, it seemed a too textbooky. This is partly explained by the brief list of contributors, composed entirely of two clinical psychologists, a lecturer in philosophy and psychology, a business psychologist, and two writers. But they are more of a starting point than simple explanation of the whole idea. The other two books are equally good. Within each chapter are the founding fathers no founding mothers here , an overview of their theories, brief biography of their lives, and some of their famous findings and quotes.
El libro de la psicología explora más de cien ideas rompedoras en el campo utilizando atractivas gráficas, texto comprensible, un directorio de científicos y un glosario de términos. From its philosophical roots through behaviorism, psychotherapy, and developmental psychology, The Psychology Book looks at all the greats from Pavlov and Skinner to Freud and Jung, and is an essential reference for students and anyone with an interest in how the mind works. But I'm still glad I bought it. It has been so heavily designed that the content is nearly overshadowed. This is a good starting point for an essay but is probably not worth mentioning with in a referencing list. No context, no life experience, no connection to most of the material.