105 books for genre «psychology-­culture»

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“The Way of the Bow” relates the story of Tetsuya, the best archer of the country, who conveys his teachings to a boy in his village. Using the metaphor of archery the author leads us through several essential thoughts : our daily efforts and work...

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* Illustrated * Author Biography * Interactive Table of Contents * Free Audiobook Download The Art of Public Speaking [ Free Audiobooks Download ] The Art of Public Speaking, originally published in 1915. This is what this landmark book will teach you. Learn the best methods to become a confident and effective public speaker. The pioneers in public speaking, Dale Carnegie and Joseph Berj Esenwein, will help you develop your personality and be a powerful public speaker. You will learn how to acquire confidence before an audience, avoid the sin of monotony, concentrate your delivery, utilize your voice and gestures, harness your power of imagination, improve your memory and loads more.

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Arendt states that aside from a desire for improving his career, Eichmann showed no trace of antisemitism or psychological damage. Her subtitle famously introduced the phrase the "banality of evil,­" which also serves as the final words of the final chapter. In part, at least, the phrase refers to Eichmann's deportment at the trial, displaying neither guilt nor hatred, claiming he bore no responsibility because he was simply "doing his job" ("He did his duty...; he not only obeyed orders, he also obeyed the law.­"

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In response to the crisis in American education, more than five thousand public and private schools across the nation have adopted the timeless Montessori Method of teaching, of which this book is the cornerstone. Written by the women whose name is synonymous worldwide with child development theory, The Absorbent Mind takes its title from the phrase that the inspired Italian doctor coined to characterize the child's most crucial developmental stage: the first six years.

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Jung introduces his analytic method of word association.

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“Stories for Parents, Children and Grandchildren” is a stroll through the universal traditions and legends, lulled by the unforgettable magic words “Once upon a time…”
This book by Paulo Coelho contains joyful, amazing and dramatic stories for r...

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Skin Deep: A Mind/Body Program for Healthy Skin is an excellent book that should be
beneficial to physicians treating skin disorders well as to patients having skin
problems. It will be especially useful to those unfortunate persons with chronic skin
disorders.
The authors realize that the psychological techniques they emphasize, and so carefully
outline in their book, are not a panacea but a very useful methodology to be utilized in
conjunction with conventional dermatologic therapy. In fact, the authors rightly stress that any
patient with a dermatitis should first start therapy with a dermatologist. Since the vast
majority of dermatoses have an emotional component, whether as a cause, an aggravating
factor, or a result, patients will find this book of exceptional value in obtai...

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In this seminal book, Sigmund Freud enumerates what he sees as the fundamental tensions between civilization and the individual. The primary friction, he asserts, stems from the individual's quest for instinctual freedom and civilization's contrary demand for conformity and instinctual repression. Many of humankind's primitive instincts (for example, the desire to kill and the insatiable craving for sexual gratification) are clearly harmful to the well-­being of a human community. As a result, civilization creates laws that prohibit killing, rape, and adultery, and it implements severe punishments if such rules are broken. This process, argues Freud, is an inherent quality of civilization that instills perpetual feelings of discontent in its citizens.

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