Psychology 101: How to Understand Yourself and Others

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Publisher Description

From the co-author of the world's best-selling psychology textbook, comes this fascinating new audio course. Join acclaimed psychology professor Nathan DeWall in answering the question, “How does the mind work?”

Psychology is a science. It uses the same method to test ideas that scientists use to determine drug safety, heart health, and the expansion of our solar system. But there is a big difference: many psychological topics are difficult to evaluate and measure. Some of our most valuable qualities—self-esteem, memory, emotion, thinking, personality—seem ineffable.

Through Prof. DeWall, you will get a backstage pass to many of the mind’s mysteries, including why some people are prone to depression, why some therapies work while others don’t, and why some romantic relationships succeed while others flop. By understanding psychology as a science, you will have a better understanding of yourself and the world around you.

In this engaging 24-lecture course, Prof. DeWall takes you on a wild ride through the mind. Incorporating vivid case studies and psychological research, the lectures challenge you to reconsider what you think you know about the mind and offer practical tools to improve your daily life.

Prof. Dewall has been called “one of the most influential psychological science leaders of his generation.”

Listen today for an in-depth look at the human mind and its profound mysteries.

This course is part of the Learn25 collection.

GENRE
Science & Nature
NARRATOR
ND
Nathan DeWall
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
10:17
hr min
RELEASED
2020
June 2
PUBLISHER
Learn25
SIZE
498.1
MB

Customer Reviews

Suckit707 ,

One of the best audio I’ve come across

I recommend

greendoper23 ,

Do not read this book

This book is full of woke nonsense.

elterrible2000000 ,

It had me at first

It was an okay book but appears this book has a liberal agenda don’t recommend

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