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PSYCHOLOGY: An Illustrated History of the Mind from Hypnotism to Brain Scans—100 Discoveries that Changed History, Who Did What WhenTrack the history of psychology through articles accompanied by full-color illustrations

PSYCHOLOGY: An Illustrated History of the Mind from Hypnotism to Brain Scans—100 Discoveries that Changed History, Who Did What When

By Tom Jackson. One hundred chronological articles, accompanied by full-color illustrations, track the history of psychology and serve as an authoritative guide to the human brain. They tell the story of how some of the field's greatest minds—Charles Darwin, Sigmund Freud, B.F. Skinner, and others—figured out how the brain controls the body, makes sense of its surroundings, creates consciousness, and allows us to understand, empathize, and love. Wide-ranging topics include Pavlov's dogs, the mentality of apes, dissociative identity disorder, nature versus nurture, post-traumatic stress, exorcism, and more. The book also has a review of psychology basics, a summary of still-unanswered questions, brief biographies, and a foldout timeline with over 1000 milestone facts about the brain. Grades 9 and up. Index. Bibliography. 9" x 11". Shelter Harbor Press. 143 pages. ©2018.

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