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Mindsharing: The Art of Crowdsourcing Everything

by Lior Zoref

Whether we need to make better financial choices, find the love of our life, or transform our career, crowdsourcing is the key to making quicker, wiser, more objective decisions. But few of us even come close...


Forgetting: Myths, Perils and Compensations

by Douwe Draaisma

In his highly praised book The Nostalgia Factory, renowned memory scholar Douwe Draaisma explored the puzzling logic of memory in later life with humor and deep insight. In this compelling new book he turns...


The CBT Handbook: A Comprehensive Guide to Using CBT to Overcome Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Low Self-Esteem and Anger

by Pamela Myles & Roz Shafran

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or CBT is widely recommended nowadays in the NHS for the treatment of emotional and psychological problems, such as depression, low self-esteem, low mood, chronic anxiety, stress...


The World Beyond Your Head

by Matthew B. Crawford

A groundbreaking new book from the bestselling author of Shop Class as Soulcraft

In his bestselling book Shop Class as Soulcraft, Matthew B. Crawford explored the ethical and practical importance of manual competence,...


Memory

by Alan Baddeley, Michael W. Eysenck & Michael C. Anderson

This best-selling textbook presents a comprehensive and accessible overview of the study of memory. Written by three of the world's leading researchers in the field, it contains everything the student needs...


Affective Tourism: Dark routes in conflict

by Dorina Maria Buda

This book brings together, explores and expands socio-spatial affect, emotion and psychoanalytic drives in tourism for the first time. Affect is to be found in visceral intensities and resonances that circulate...


Mind Change: How Digital Technologies Are Leaving Their Mark on Our Brains

by Susan Greenfield

We live in a world unimaginable only decades ago: a domain of backlit screens, instant information, and vibrant experiences that can outcompete dreary reality. Our brave new technologies offer incredible opportunities...


Diagnostic Expertise in Organizational Environments

by Mark W. Wiggins & Thomas Loveday

Diagnostic Expertise in Organizational Environments provides a state-of-the-art foundation for a new paradigm in expertise research and practice.

Skilled diagnosis is essential for accurate and efficient performance...


On Multiple Selves

by David Lester

On Multiple Selves refutes the idea that a human being has a single unified self. Instead, David Lester argues, the mind is made up of multiple selves, and this is a normal psychological phenomenon. Lester expands...


The Sweet Spot: How to Find Your Groove at Home and Work

by Christine Phd Carter

Learn how to achieve more by doing less! Live in that zone you’ve glimpsed but can’t seem to hold on to—the sweet spot where you have the greatest strength, but also the greatest ease.

 

Not long ago,...


Tasty: The Art and Science of What We Eat

by John McQuaid

A fascinating and deeply researched investigation into the mysteries of flavor—from the first bite taken by our ancestors to scientific advances in taste and the current “foodie” revolution.

Taste has long...


Simulation Theory: A psychological and philosophical consideration

by Tim Short

Theory of Mind (ToM) is the term used for our ability to predict and explain the behaviour of ourselves and others. Accounts of this theory have so far fallen into two competing types: Simulation Theory and...


How the Body Knows Its Mind: The Surprising Power of the Physical Environment to Influence How You Think and Feel

by Sian Beilock

An award-winning scientist offers a groundbreaking new understanding of the mind-body connection and its profound impact on everything from advertising to romance.

The human body is not just a passive device...


Driving With Music: Cognitive-Behavioural Implications

by Warren Brodsky

This book, the first full-length text on the subject, explores the everyday use of music listening while driving a car. It presents the relationship between cars and music in an effort to understand how music...


The Intercultural Mind: Connecting Culture, Cognition, and Global Living

by Joseph Shaules

A pioneering look at the new world of cultural neuroscience and how intercultural experiences can change the way we think.


Lucid Dreaming, Plain and Simple: Tips and Techniques for Insight, Creativity, and Personal Growth

by Robert Waggoner & Caroline McCready

Aimed at beginners, Lucid Dreaming, Plain and Simple shows the reader how to enter and fully experience the lucid dreaming. Among the amazing things Waggoner and McCready teach readers are how to:

  • consciously...


Resilient Health Care, Volume 2: The Resilience of Everyday Clinical Work

by Robert L. Wears, Erik Hollnagel & Jeffrey Braithwaite

Despite the common focus on deviations and failures in health systems, it is an undeniable fact that clinical work goes right far more often than it goes wrong, and that we only can make it better if we understand...


How Brains Think: Evolving Intelligence, Then And Now

by William H Calvin

This book tries to fathom how our inner life evolves from one topic to another, as we create and reject alternatives. Drawing on anthropology, evolutionary biology, linguistics, and the neurosciences, Calvin...


Cognitive Neuroscience of Language

by David Kemmerer

Language is one of our most precious and uniquely human capacities, so it is not surprising that research on its neural substrates has been advancing quite rapidly in recent years. Until now, however, there...


Cognitive Styles in Law Schools

by Alfred G. Smith, Patrick A. Nester & Lynn H. Pulford

People differ in their cognitive styles-their ways of getting and using information to solve problems and make decisions. Alfred G. Smith and his associates studied these differences in a selected group of over...