Use Your Head: The Inside Track on the Way We Think

Use Your Head: The Inside Track on the Way We Think

by Daniel Freeman, Jason Freeman
     
 

With practical advice on how to overcomes phobias, addictions, and insomnia, this definitive manual for the brain provides a comprehensive look at what makes us tick
 

Having trouble sleeping? Suffering from panic attacks? This book helps readers pinpoint their symptoms, then provides practical advice on how to overcome these

Overview

With practical advice on how to overcomes phobias, addictions, and insomnia, this definitive manual for the brain provides a comprehensive look at what makes us tick
 

Having trouble sleeping? Suffering from panic attacks? This book helps readers pinpoint their symptoms, then provides practical advice on how to overcome these difficulties. Offering readers the opportunity to revolutionize the way they think, the Freeman brothers unravel the secrets of the mind and explain the scientific facts behind common behaviors. For everyone wondering why they think, feel, and act how they do, or what exactly makes them happy, sad, angry, or anxious, this is essential reading. Armed with key psychological insights, readers can then apply them to everyday situations and understand why they are attracted to certain people, or remember faces rather than names. Written in a fresh, anecdoctal style, this book is clear, concise, and immediately relevant.

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From the Publisher

"Wide-ranging, authoritative, and entertaining . . . popular science writing at its best."  —Lewis Wolpert, author, Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781848543256
Publisher:
Murray, John Publishers, Limited
Publication date:
08/01/2011
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
5.10(w) x 7.80(h) x 0.90(d)

Meet the Author

Daniel Freeman is a leading clinical psychologist and a recipient of the May Davidson prize from the British Psychological Society, which marks an outstanding contribution to the development of clinical psychology. A key figure in the latest developments in cognitive behavior therapy, he teaches clinicians around the world. Jason Freeman is a writer and editor in the areas of popular psychology and self-help. They are the coauthors of Know Your Mind and Paranoia.

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