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Quest for Answers: A Primer of Understanding and Treating Severe Personality Disorders

by Salman Akhtar

Q & A format/discusses the 'as-if' personality/malignant narcissism/projective identification/cumulative trauma/etc.


What Makes a Hero?: The Surprising Science of Selflessness

by Elizabeth Svoboda

An entertaining investigation into the biology and psychology of why we sacrifice for other people

Researchers are now applying the lens of science to study heroism for the first time. How do biology, upbringing,...


The Myth of Sanity: Divided Consciousness and the Promise of Awareness

by Martha Stout

Why does a gifted psychiatrist suddenly begin to torment his own beloved wife? How can a ninety-pound woman carry a massive air conditioner to the second floor of her home, install it in a window unassisted,...


Nelson, Hitler and Diana: Studies in Trauma and Celebrity

by Richard D. Ryder

Clinical psychologist Richard Ryder approaches three iconic celebrities - Horatio Nelson, Adolph Hitler, and Diana Princess of Wales - as though they were his patients and presents a short psycho-biography of...


Broken Structures: Severe Personality Disorders and Their Treatment

by Salman Akhtar

This book integrates psychiatry and psychoanalysis to present deeper and sounder clinical profiles of the personality disorders than have been hitherto available.


Happiness Is Overrated

by Raymond Angelo Belliotti

Happiness Is Overrated highlights the greatest thinking on the concept of happiness from classical philosophers such as Plato, to contemporary sociologists and psychologists. It includes practical advice on...


Healing the Wounded God: Finding Your Personal Guide to Individuation and Beyond

by Jeffrey Raff & Linda Bonnington Vocatura

Through their work with their clients, their own experiences, and studies in myth, mysticism, and alchemy, the authors have traced the emergence of a new spiritual paradigm in which the divine seeks wholeness...


True to Type: Answers to the Most Commonly Asked Questions about Interpreting the Myersbriggs Type Indicator

by William C. Jeffries

The MyersBriggs Type Indicator.

Every year, millions of people take it.

Carefully validated, highly reliable, the MBTI has become the most popular personality indicator in the world, an indispensable tool for...


The Society of Timid Souls: or, How To Be Brave

by Polly Morland

A journey into the modern life of an ancient virtue ­– bravery – and a quest to understand who might possess it and how

 

With The Society of Timid Souls, or How To Be Brave, documentary filmmaker Polly...


Evolutionary Social Psychology

by Jeffry A. Simpson & Douglas Kenrick

What a pity it would have been if biologists had refused to accept Darwin's theory of natural selection, which has been essential in helping biologists understand a wide range of phenomena in many animal species....


Personality and Family Development: An Intergenerational Longitudinal Comparison

by Klaus A. Schneewind, Stefan Ruppert & Klaus Schneewind

This volume reports an unusual study spanning 16 years with survey data from more than 200 families (parents and children). It will be of interest to researchers and policy-makers concerned with families, personality,...


Analysing Identity: Cross-Cultural, Societal and Clinical Contexts

by Peter Weinreich & Wendy Saunderson

People's identities are addressed and brought into being by interaction with others. Identity processes encompass biographical experiences, historical eras and cultural norms in which the self's autonomy varies...


Helping Families to Change

by Virginia Satir, James Stachowiak & Harvey A. Taschman

With an emphasis on learning to change through other modalities than speech, this book discusses the importance of non-verbal body experience and awareness of kinetic cues in interpersonal relationships. A number...


The Essential Enneagram: The Definitive Personality Test and Self-Discovery Guide -- Revised & Updated

by David Daniels & Virginia Price

The First and Only Scientifically Determined Enneagram Personality Test and Guide

A centuries-old psychological system with roots in sacred tradition, the Enneagram can be an invaluable guide in your journey...


Twins: And What They Tell Us About Who We Are

by Lawrence Wright

A New York Times Notable Book for 1998

Critical acclaim for Lawrence Wright's

A Rhone-Poulenc Science Prize Finalist

"This is a book about far more than twins: it is about what twins can tell us about ourselves."-The...


The Minimal Self: Psychic Survival in Troubled Times

by Christopher Lasch

"Even more valuable than its widely praised predecessor, The Culture of Narcissism." -John W. AldridgeFaced with an escalating arms race, rising crime and terrorism, environmental deterioration, and long-term...


The Bipolar Relationship

by Jon P. Bloch, Bernard Golden & Nancy Rosenfeld

Bipolar is a condition that affects peoples' relationships with others as much as it affects their own mental state. When one person in a couple is experiencing the extreme highs and lows of a disorder like...


Shyness

by Bernardo J. Carducci, PhD, Bernardo J. Carducci & Susan Golant

Shy Facts

  • Shy children are not destined to be shy adults.
  • Shyness does not equal low self-esteem.
  • Shyness is not a "disease," personality deficit, or character flaw.
  • Humans aren't the only species to experience...

Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Art, V. 3

by Mary M. Gedo

This new hardcover annual offers a unique scholarly format, an interdisciplinary dialogue that, it is hoped, will foster the development of a sound, useful methodology for applying psychoanalytic insight to...


Personality and Person Perception Across Cultures

by Yueh-Ting Lee, Clark R. McCauley & Juris G. Draguns

Neither human nature nor personality can be independent of culture. Human beings share certain social norms or rules within their cultural groups. Over 2000 years ago, Aristotle held that man is by nature a...