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November of the Soul: The Enigma of Suicide

by George Howe Colt

Written with the same graceful narrative voice that made his bestselling National Book Award finalist The Big House such a success, George Howe Colt's November of the Soul is a compassionate, compelling, thought-provoking,...


An Introduction to Social Psychology

by William McDougall

This pioneering work served as a catalyst in the study of social behavior and helped lay the foundations of a new discipline. Among topics covered: primary emotions of man, instinctual behavior, structure of...


Conditioned Reflexes

by I. P. Pavlov & G. V. Anrep

Accessible exposition of the Nobel Prize-winning scientist's landmark work in experimental psychology. This translation was authorized by the author himself and remains the best introduction to his work. 18...


Totem and Taboo

by Sigmund Freud

Landmark collection of essays explores the conflict between primitive feelings and the demands of civilization. Ground-breaking work, essential for teachers and students of psychology and readers interested...


Talks to Teachers on Psychology and to Students on Some of Life's Ideals

by William James

Still-vital lectures on teaching deal with stream of consciousness, education and behavior, native and acquired reactions, habit, association of ideas, attention, memory, acquisition of ideas, perception, will,...


The Interpretation of Dreams

by Sigmund Freud

Widely considered to be his most important contribution to psychology, Freud said of this work, "Insight such as this falls to one's lot but once in a lifetime." The publication of this work inaugurated the...


Ordinary Mind: Exploring the Common Ground of Zen and Psychoanalysis

by Barry Magid & Charlotte Joko Beck

Is meditation an escape from--or a solution to--our psychological problems? Is the use of antidepressants counter to spiritual practice? Does a psychological approach to meditation reduce spirituality to "self-help"?...


Sigmund Freud and the Jewish Mystical Tradition

by David Bakan

A pioneering scholarly investigation into the intersection of personality and cultural history, this study asserts that Freudian psychology is rooted in Judaism — particularly, in the mysticism of the Kabbalah....


The Muse in the Machine: Computerizing the Poetry of Human Thought

by David Gelernter

A leading mind in the world of artificial intelligence answers the provocative question: “Can we introduce emotion into the computer?”

Can we introduce emotion into the computer? David Gelernter, one of the...


Sorrow's Web: Overcoming the Legacy of maternal Depression

by Anne Sheffield

Drawing on her experience of growing up with a depressed mother and then, years later, of becoming a depressed mother herself, Books for a Better Life winner Anne Sheffield casts long-overdue light on the grave...


Control Your Depression, Rev'd Ed

by Peter Lewinsohn

Depression is one of the most common of all psychological problems -- nearly all of us experience mild forms of it at sometime during our lifetime. But now, with this easier-to-understand edition of a bestseller...


Human Nature and Conduct

by John Dewey

Influential work by the great educator/philosopher maintains that the key to social psychology lies in an understanding of the many varieties of habit; individual mental activity is guided by subordinate factors...


Wit and Its Relation to the Unconscious

by Sigmund Freud

Great analyst's brilliant, accessible study of the psychology of wit and jokes. Freud probes origins of wit in the "pleasure mechanism," demonstrates parallels with neuroses, dreams, psychopathological acts....


Beyond Psychology

by Otto Rank

A plea for the acceptance of the irrational element in man is the most vital part of human life and Rank discusses the ultimates: death, immortality, sexuality, love.


Fourier Series

by Georgi P. Tolstov

This reputable translation covers trigonometric Fourier series, orthogonal systems, double Fourier series, Bessel functions, the Eigenfunction method and its applications to mathematical physics, operations...


AIDS Trauma and Support Group Therapy: Mutual Aid, Empowerment, Connection

by Martha A. Gabriel

An empowering guidebook which comprehensively addresses issues related to planning, implementing, and facilitating support groups for people with AIDS. 


My Answer is No . . . If That's Okay with You: How Women Can Say No and (Still) Feel Good About It

by Nanette Gartrell

  • Are you afraid you'll hurt the people you care about if you say NO to them?
  • Can you set limits when employees neglect their responsibilities? How about with your boss?
  • When friends ask you to do something you...


Mathematics for Quantum Mechanics: An Introductory Survey of Operators, Eigenvalues, and Linear Vector Spaces

by John David Jackson

This concise text for advanced undergraduates and graduate students covers eigenvalue problems, orthogonal functions and expansions, the Sturm-Liouville theory and linear operators on functions, and linear vector...


Methods of Applied Mathematics

by Francis B. Hildebrand

Offering a number of mathematical facts and techniques not commonly treated in courses in advanced calculus, this book explores linear algebraic equations, quadratic and Hermitian forms, the calculus of variations,...


Mathematical Fallacies and Paradoxes

by Bryan Bunch

Stimulating, thought-provoking analysis of the most interesting intellectual inconsistencies in mathematics, physics, and language, including being led astray by algebra (De Morgan's paradox). 1982 edition.