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When Panic Attacks

by Aine Tubridy

Hundreds of thousands of people in Ireland suffer from panic attacks and anxiety; but many struggle to access any meaningful help for these conditions.

Prompted by years of working with patients suffering from...


Naked

by Krista K. Thomason

We know shame can be a morally valuable emotion that helps us to realize when we fail to be the kinds of people we aspire to be. We feel shame when we fail to live up to the norms, standards, and ideals that...


The Moral Psychology of Anger

by Myisha Cherry & Owen Flanagan

The Moral Psychology of Anger is the first comprehensive study of the moral psychology of anger from a philosophical perspective. In light of the recent revival of interest in emotions in philosophy and the...


Before and After Violence

by Salman Akhtar, Suzanne Benser, Vamik Volkan & Vincenzo Sanguineti et al.

From childhood onwards, humans use their environment’s responses to construct models or schemata to link feelings and impulses with actions and effects. If the environment during those formative years is unreliable,...


Critical theory and feeling

by Simon Mussell

This book offers a unique and timely reading of the early Frankfurt School in response to the recent 'affective turn' within the arts and humanities. Resisting the overly rationalist tendencies of political...


Emotional Intelligence

by Jane Wharam

Having overcome huge emotional traumas, the author has written a lay guide to emotional intelligence using her own, down to earth examples. Approachable style with EQ testing and practical exercises and visualisations...


LIVE

by T. Byram Karasu

We all have indistinct outlines of our life’s trajectory, but we need to formulate a much clearer guiding principle of existence and learn the art of living. From our accumulated knowledge base, we need some...


Unmasking the Face

by Paul Ekman & Wallace V Friesen

Using scores of photographs of faces that reflect the emotions of surprise, fear, disgust, anger, happiness, and sadness, the authors of UNMASKING THE FACE explain how to identify correctly these basic emotions...


The Shy Child

by Philip G Zimbardo & Shirley L. Radl

Two out of every five people in the U.S. regard themselves as "shy." Yet, shyness can be cured, says Dr. Philip Zimbardo, the nation's leading authority on shyness. With co-author Shirley Radl, Dr. Zimbardo...


The Moral Psychology of Pride

by J. Adam Carter & Emma C. Gordon

Is it good to be proud? We sometimes happily speak of being proud of our achievements, ethnicities and identities, yet pride is also often described as the most serious of the seven deadly sins. This edited...


Getting Up

by Maxine Bigby Cunningham

Getting Up is a collection of poetry and prose in which the author shares her trials and triumphs while living a full and vibrant life, despite her diagnosis of a mood disorder: depression. Through streams...


Michael Murphy's Book of Dreams

by Michael Murphy

In Michael Murphy’s Book of Dreams, the author, broadcaster and psychoanalyst examines 65 dreams, unlocking the fascinating insights they offer. His accessible style and expert analysis will help you understand...


Twilight of American Sanity

by Allen Frances

“Unravel[s] the national psyche that brought our politics to this moment.” — Evan Osnos, The New Yorker

A landmark book, from “one of the world’s most prominent psychiatrists” (The Atlantic): Allen...


Attachment and Emotional Development in the Classroom

by Paul Cooper, David Colley, Jon Reid & Janice Cahill et al.

As of 2016 the Department for Education (DfE) want to ensure all trainee teachers have an understanding of emotional development and attachment, and so this book presents the key concepts that are essential...


Psychology for You and Me

by Valerie Jay

The content, which is pitched to a wide audience, is graded into three parts so readers can decide how deeply they wish to delve into the information provided. If a simple plan for the positive management of...


Making Sense of Emotion: Innovating Emotional Intelligence

by M. John D. Ninivaggi & Linda C. Mayes

Emotions often get in the way of our functioning or understanding a situation. This book helps readers better understand emotions, as they learn to perceive, recognize, identify, and adapt their emotional reserves...


Behavioural Economics

by Graham Mallard

Graham Mallard introduces the topic of behav-ioural economics to a beginning readership, explaining its approach and methodology and assessing its successes and weaknesses. He begins by tracing the evolution...


Behind the Therapy Door

by Randy Kamen

Dr. Randy Kamen takes you into the stories of six women whose search to find greater life satisfaction paves the way for readers to do the same. This is a journey to acquire health-enhancing tools and strategies...


What Motivates Getting Things Done

by Mary Lamia

A marvel of evolution is that humans are not solely motivated by their desire to experience positive emotions. They are also motivated, and even driven to achieve, by their attempt to avoid or seek relief from...


A Sad and Sorry State of Disorder

by Tracy Barker

[This] is me offering hope, if that is what is needed, whether you suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder or care for someone who does. It is me making an effort to raise awareness of this very misunderstood...