Principles of Practical Psychology: A Brief Review of Philosophy, Psychology, and Neuroscience for Self-Inquiry and Self-Regulation Free @ Kindle Amazon
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Principles of Practical Psychology: A Brief Review of Philosophy, Psychology, and Neuroscience for Self-Inquiry and Self-Regulation Free @ Kindle Amazon

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This is designed to provide the reader with a brief review of philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience for self-inquiry and self-regulation. This work ranges from Socrates to Plato, Aristotle, Plotinus, the Medieval Ages of Europe, the Renaissance, Machiavelli, Locke, Rousseau, Descartes, Hume, Kant, Hegel, Popper, and Whitehead.


This will also review the origin of the field of 20th century psychology, which includes Freud, Jung, Reich, Assagioli, Pavlov, Skinner, Rogers, Maslow, Gardner, Piaget, Wilber, and others.


The practical applications will include a review of neuroscience and the modern technologies used for mapping and adjusting activity within the central nervous system. Both endogenous and exogenous methods for self-inquiry and self-regulation will be reviewed in order to shape thought, physiology, attention, and behavior.


This book is designed for readers who are interested in an introduction to the field of philosophy, psychology, neuroscience, and the practical applications of these fields of inquiry.



Author: Erik A. Lenderman

Thank you!

Thanks, great book for starting out.

Uhm that's strange. I had it in the basket and then I got an alert saying not available in U.K. Is the deal expired?

bargainHook

Uhm that's strange. I had it in the basket and then I got an alert saying … Uhm that's strange. I had it in the basket and then I got an alert saying not available in U.K. Is the deal expired?



No idea what you done there mate?.

But, it JUST worked out fine for me ...

Just worked fine here too. Thanks. Maybe log in to uk site first.

So it does not contain any religious aspects of our modern religion? Aka our ever expanding universe?

DrKnowlez

So it does not contain any religious aspects of our modern religion? Aka … So it does not contain any religious aspects of our modern religion? Aka our ever expanding universe?



Oh yeah, interesting point that?.

Hmmmmmmmmm, Religion has to feature in at least ONE of the eBook's above 'categories' ..... :-)

amour3k

Oh yeah, interesting point that?.Hmmmmmmmmm, Religion has to feature in … Oh yeah, interesting point that?.Hmmmmmmmmm, Religion has to feature in at least ONE of the eBook's above 'categories' ..... :-)


Same guy here...
I think you not getting. There are so many books written, using those genius philosophers, in order to indoctrinate new world religion which is actually today is hidden under the name of science, but still it does involve support from philosophical side of point.
In other words, all you know about space/universe today is nothing but religion which does not reflect reality in any way. But it is hard to see for modern fella.
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