Exploring Psychological Horizons

Exploring Psychological Horizons

by Bill Whitehouse
     
 

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'Exploring Psychological Horizons' consists of thirteen essays which venture into various facets of psychology - ranging from: Freud and Sullivan, to: Piaget, Sheldrake, and beyond. Among the topics explored are: anxiety, dissociation, abuse, charisma, theories of psychological development, the 'God gene', formative causation, memory, and holographic…  See more details below

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'Exploring Psychological Horizons' consists of thirteen essays which venture into various facets of psychology - ranging from: Freud and Sullivan, to: Piaget, Sheldrake, and beyond. Among the topics explored are: anxiety, dissociation, abuse, charisma, theories of psychological development, the 'God gene', formative causation, memory, and holographic theories of mind.

While no particular theory of psychology is espoused during the pages of this book, a variety of theoretical and empirical issues are explored and critically reflected upon in considerable detail during the course of this book. In a sense, the direction in which the essays of this book point is toward epistemological horizons where what is known (possibly) merges with what is not known ... and perhaps not even imagined.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781448631759
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
06/27/2009
Pages:
466
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.94(d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Bill Whitehouse studied psychology at Harvard University where he received an honors degree. He also earned a doctorate from the University of Toronto in Educational Theory. He has taught undergraduate courses covering different facets of psychology in both Canada and the United States.

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