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Cooperation (Psychology Revivals): The Basis of Sociability

by Michael Argyle

Is human nature cooperative?

Man is often said to be a social animal - but what does that mean? Michael Argyle believed that one of the most important components - our capacity to cooperate - had been overlooked...


The Scientific Study of Social Behaviour (Psychology Revivals)

by Michael Argyle

Originally published in 1957, this book presented an up-to-date account of psychological research into human social behaviour of the time. There are chapters on interaction between pairs of people, behaviour...


Personality Structure and Measurement (Psychology Revivals)

by Hans J. Eysenck & Sybil B.G. Eysenck

Originally published in 1969, this book deals extensively with the description and measurement of personality.

Beginning with a statement of the principles of typological research in psychology, set against...


Organizational and Work Psychology: Topics in Applied Psychology

by Cary Cooper & Ian Rothmann

Topics in Applied Psychology offers a range of accessible, integrated texts ideal for courses in applied psychology. The books are written by leading figures in their field and provide a comprehensive academic...


The Anatomy of Adolescence (Psychology Revivals): Young People's Social Attitudes in Britain

by Adrian Furnham & Barrie Gunter

Originally published in 1989, this is a unique reference source to the social attitudes of British adolescents of the time. The authors, both experienced researchers, draw on a sample of over 2,000 adolescents...


The Mask of Normalcy: Social Conformity and Its Ambiguities

by George Serban

Psychologists view well-adjusted behavior as conformity—the ability to navigate relationships and events within the framework of societal rules and regulations without undue distress. But what defines...


How We Know What Isn't So

by Thomas Gilovich

Thomas Gilovich offers a wise and readable guide to the fallacy of the obvious in everyday life.

When can we trust what we believe—that "teams and players have winning streaks," that "flattery works," or that...


Future Babble: Why Pundits Are Hedgehogs and Foxes Know Best

by Dan Gardner

"Genuinely arresting . . . required reading for journalists, politicians, academics, and anyone who listens to them."

-Steven Pinker, author of How the Mind Works

We are awash in predictions. In newspapers,...


Historical Tales and National Identity: An introduction to narrative social psychology

by János László

Historical Tales and National Identity outlines a theory and a methodology which provide tools for better understanding the relation between the present psychological condition of a society and representations...


Understanding Group Behavior: Volume 1: Consensual Action by Small Groups; Volume 2: Small Group Processes and Interpersonal Relations

Understanding Group Behavior: Volume 1: Consensual Action by Small Groups; Volume 2: Small Group Processes and Interpersonal Relations

Worlds in Harmony: Compassionate Action for a Better World

by The Dalai Lama & Daniel Goleman

One of the Dalai Lama’s most striking qualities is his genuine interest in Western scientific and social thought. He firmly believes that if Buddhism is to have relevance today, it must be flexible and dynamic,...


Toward a New Psychology of Gender: A Reader

by Mary M. Gergen & Sara N. Davis

Drawn from a brilliant array of voices primarily from psychology, but also from other social sciences and humanities, this unique reader of creative and intellectually provocative essays investigates the social...


Attribution: An Introduction to Theories, Research and Applications

by Friedrich Försterling

This significant text combines comprehensive coverage of the fundamental theoretical ideas and most influential research with an overview of more recent developments.


Try to See It My Way: Being Fair in Love and Marriage

by Ph.D., B. Janet Hibbs & Ph.D., Karen J. Getzen

a deeply probing book that gets to the heart of what all healthy romantic relationships need: fairness

Most couples enter marriage hoping it will last forever-so why are more and more relationships failing?...


The Tell: The Little Clues That Reveal Big Truths about Who We Are

by Matthew Hertenstein

Every day we make predictions based on limited information, in business and at home. Will this company’s stock performance continue? Will the job candidate I just interviewed be a good employee? What kind...


Advances in Understanding Humanness and Dehumanization

by Paul G. Bain, Jeroen Vaes & Jacques Philippe Leyens

What does it mean to be human? Why do people dehumanize others (and sometimes themselves)? These questions have only recently begun to be investigated in earnest within psychology. This volume presents the latest...


Crime and Personality (Psychology Revivals)

by H.J. Eysenck

When Crime and Personality was first published in 1964, J.A.C. Brown, writing in the New Statesman, commented: 'There can be no doubt of the importance of Professor Eysenck's book on the nature and treatment...


Experiments in Personality: Volume 2 (Psychology Revivals): Psychodiagnostics and Psychodynamics

by H.J. Eysenck

Originally published in 1960, the two volumes of Experiments in Personality report a number of experiments in psychogenetics, psychopharmacology, psychodiagnostics, psychometrics and psychodynamics, all of...


The Structure of Human Personality (Psychology Revivals)

by H.J. Eysenck

Originally published in 1953, this third edition was first published in 1970. It was one of the early attempts at bringing together theories of personality organisation and finding empirical evidence to test...