THE DISCOVERIES AND INVENTIONS OF PSYCHOLOGY. A JOURNEY THROUGH THE MOST SIGNIFICANT RESEARCH ON MAN AND HIS ACTING

The discoveries and inventions of psychology

Author:

Saulo Sirigatti, Cristina Stefanile, Giorgio Nardone


Year:

2008


Publisher:

Ponte alle Grazie


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Brief therapy essays


The vitality of a science is not measured only by the ability to discover, but also to invent: doing science does not only consist in observing, isolating and rigorously defining phenomena, opening the boundaries of new, unexpected territories, but also in "inventing "From time to time, territory by territory, the most appropriate conceptual and operational tools to move within it and thus start again to observe, isolate, define, experiment ...
This definition is all the more important for psychology, which studies and works on a living subject and therefore in itself changing, as well as complex, and with which it now has a dense dialogue full of implications.
The authors of this book have written their travel diary in the planet of psychology, retracing the most significant and surprising discoveries and inventions, ranging from perception to neuroscience, from emotions to mass dynamics, from aspects related to communication to the traps that ironically, sometimes it is psychology itself that tends to itself.



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