Understand more about the mind and how it works with Brilliant Psychology. Bringing this complex area to life, it covers everything you need to know on how we perceive the world, our relationships with others, why psychological problems occur and the key to being happy.
Covering the fundamental aspects of the human mind together with an introduction to the important figures and theories, it’s highly practical with an emphasis on how psychology relates to our lives.
1: Understanding your intelligent mind
2: Explaining your emotions
3: How you developed
4: Insight into your personality
5: How people get along with each other
6: How and why people betray, lie, cheat and fight each other
7: The psychology of men and women
8: How the mind plays tricks
9: Understanding psychological problems
10: The psychology of happiness
Psychology is central to everything we do, and it’s fascinating. Full of practical insights and examples, Brilliant Psychology will help you learn why you are the way you are, and how to understand others.
If you want to understand more about your mind and how it works, Brilliant Psychology will bring this complex area to life. With everything you need to know on how we perceive the world, our relationships with others, why psychological problems occur and the key to being happy.
· Learn about important theories and key thinkers
· Discover how your intelligence, emotions and personality develop from childhood
· Understand your relationships with others
- Find out why we are vulnerable to psychological problems
Louise Deacon is a clinical psychologist in the NHS with 20 years experience of using psychology to help adults solve their personal problems. Her current post is at Kingston Hospital and she is also Senior Tutor at the University of Surrey on the Clinical Psychology training programme. She has published articles in women’s magazines such as Essentials; been interviewed on BBC local radio; given talks on psychology in schools. She is also the author of Twilight, True Love and You: Seven Secrets to Finding your Edward or Jacob (Summersdale, April 2011).