This Book Has Feelings plunges you headfirst into the mysterious world of emotions, unearthing the “what,” “how,” and “why” of the way we feel, and introducing you to the psychologists and philosophers who explore this twilight zone between mind and body.
Everybody has emotions, but our experience of them is intensely subjective and personal. Our feelings govern our thoughts and behavior; inextricably linked to personality, mood, and temperament, they nevertheless remain hard to pin down. This Book Has Feelings weaves together all of these elements, helping you understand how we all think and feel.
Divided into eight enthralling chapters, it looks at the strange and fascinating ways your mind and body interact to influence the way you feel. It reveals the physiology, psychology, and evolution of emotions ranging from love to anger, sadness to joy, and fear to excitement.
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About the Author
Neil Scott is a registered occupational psychologist. He writes widely on equal opportunities and assessment, and is the author of countless psychological measures of ability, aptitude, and attitude.
Dr. Sandi Mann is a senior lecturer in occupational psychology at the University of Central Lancashire. She has worked in clinical psychology and journalism, and has also written several books.