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The Arras witch treatises : Johannes Tinctor's Invectives contre la secte de vauderie and the Recollectio casus, status et condicionis Valdensium ydolatrarum by the Anonymous of Arras (1460)
edited and translated by Andrew Colin Gow, Robert B. Desjardins, and François V. Pageau
University Park, Pennsylvania : The Pennsylvania State University Press, 
Introduction : the Arras witch treatises in context -- A history of the case, state, and condition of the Waldensian heretics (witches) (1460) / Anonymous of Arras -- Invectives against the sect of Waldensians (witches) (1460) / Johannes Tinctor.
"English translations of two major treatises, Tinctor's Invectives and the anonymous Recollectio, that arose from the famous Arras witch hunts and trial in the mid-fifteenth century in France"--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry BF1582 .A155 2016
Open MIND : philosophy and the mind sciences in the 21st century
edited by Thomas Metzinger and Jennifer M. Windt
Cambridge, Massachusetts ; The MIT Press, 
v. 1. Preface : about this collection / Thomas Metzinger ; What does it mean to have an open mind? / Thomas Metzinger & Jennifer M. Windt ; Beyond componential constitution in the brain : starburst amacrine cells and enabling constraints Michael L. Anderson ; Carving the brain at its joints : a commentary on Michael L. Anderson / Axel Kohler ; Functional attributions and functional architecture : a reply to Axel Kohler / Michael L. Anderson ; What a theory of knowledge-how should explain : a framework for practical knowledge beyond intellectualism and anti-intellectualism / Andreas Bartels & Mark May ; The semantic reading of propositionality and its relation to cognitive- representational explanations : a commentary on Andreas Bartels & Mark May / Ramiro Glauer ; Preparing the ground for an empirical theory of knowing-how : a reply to Ramiro Glauer / Andreas Bartels & Mark May ; Introspective insecurity / Tim Bayne ; "I just knew that!" : intuitions as scaffolded or freestanding judgements : a commentary on Tim Bayne / Maximilian H. Engel ; Introspection and intuition : a reply to Maximilian H. Engel / Tim Bayne ; Meaning, context, and background / Christian Beyer ; Grasping meaning : a commentary on Christian Beyer / Anita Pacholik-Żuromska ; Self-identification, intersubjectivity, and the background of intentionality : a reply to Anita Pacholik-Żuromska / Christian Beyer ; The puzzle of perceptual precision / Ned Block ; Phenomenal precision and some possible pitfalls : a commentary on Ned Block / Sascha Benjamin Fink ; Solely generic phenomenology : a reply to Sascha B. Fink / Ned Block ; Rules : the basis of morality... ? / Paul M. Churchland ; Applied metascience of neuroethics : a commentary on Paul M. Churchland / Hannes Boelsen ; A skeptical note on bibliometrics : a reply to Hannes Boelsen / Paul M. Churchland ; Embodied prediction / Andy Clark ; Extending the explanandum for predictive processing : a commentary on Andy Clark / Michael Madary ; Predicting peace: the end of the representation wars : a reply to Michael Madary / Andy Clark ; Levels / Carl F. Craver ; Mechanistic emergence: different properties, different levels, same thing! : a commentary on Carl F. Craver / Denis C. Martin ; Mechanisms and emergence : a reply to Denis C. Martin / Carl F. Craver ; Mental states as emergent properties : from walking to consciousness / Holk Cruse & Malte Schilling ; The "bottom-up" approach to mental life : a commentary on Holk Cruse & Malte Schilling / Aaron Gutknecht ; The bottom-up approach : benefits and limits : a reply to Aaron Gutknecht / Holk Cruse & Malte Schilling ; Why and how does consciousness seem the way it seems? / Daniel C. Dennett ; Qualia explained away : a commentary on Daniel Dennett / David H. Baßler ; How our belief in qualia evolved, and why we care so much : a reply to David H. Baßler / Daniel C. Dennett ; The heterogeneity of experiential imagination / Jérôme Dokic & Margherita Arcangeli ; Imagination and experience : a commentary on Jérôme Dokic and Margherita Arcangeli / Anne-Sophie Brüggen ; The importance of being neutral : more on the phenomenology and metaphysics of imagination : a reply to Anne-Sophie Brüggen / Jérôme Dokic & Margherita Arcangeli ; On the eve of artificial minds / Chris Eliasmith ; Future games : a commentary on Chris Eliasmith / Daniela Hill ; Mind games : a reply to Daniela Hill / Chris Eliasmith ; Can we be epigenetically proactive? / Kathinka Evers ; Should we be epigenetically proactive? : a commentary on Kathinka Evers / Stephan Schleim ; Understanding epigenetic proaction : a reply to Stephan Schleim / Kathinka Evers ;
Baker Berry BF311 .O625 2016
Inner speech and the dialogical self
Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 
What is inner speech? Structure and functions -- Origins -- The self -- Identity -- Inner speech as a language: saussure and chomsky -- Agency -- Pragmatism and the dialogical self -- The pragmatist theory of the self -- Bakhtin's voices and Cooley's looking glass self -- Inner speech theory -- Conclusions.
Baker Berry BF697.5.S47 W55 2016
The psychology of meditation : research and practice
edited by Michael A. West
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2016
The practice of meditation / Michael A. West -- Meditation : practice and experience / Martine Batchelor -- How conscious experience comes about, and why meditation is helpful / Guy Claxton -- Fish discovering water : meditation as a process of recognition / James Carmody -- Psychology of meditation : philosophical perspectives / Loriliai Biernacki -- Traditional and secular views of psychotherapeutic applications of mindfulness and meditation / Lynn C. Waelde and Jason M. Thompson -- Meditation and the management of pain / Vidyamala Burch -- Addictive disorders / Sarah Bowen ... [et al.] -- Meditation and physical health / Linda E. Carlson -- The cognitive and affective neurosciences of meditation / Antonino Raffone -- Mindfulness and meditation in the workplace : an acceptance and commitment therapy approach / Frank W. Bond, Paul E. Flaxman, and Joda Lloyd -- Mindfulness in education / Katherine Weare -- Meditation : future theory and research / Peter Sedlmeier, Juliane Eberth, and Maika Puta -- How meditation changes lives : practice, research, and personal journeys / Michael A. West.
Baker Berry BF637.M4 P974 2016
The gardener and the carpenter : what the new science of child development tells us about the relationship between parents and children
New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 
Introduction: The parent paradoxes -- Against parenting -- The evolution of childhood -- The evolution of love -- Learning through looking -- Learning through listening -- The work of play -- Growing up -- The future and the past : children and technology -- The value of children.
"Alison Gopnik, a leading developmental psychologist, illuminates the paradoxes of parenthood from a scientific perspective"--
Baker Berry BF713 .G67 2016
Development of perception in infancy : the cradle of knowledge revisited
Arterberry, Martha E., author
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Preface -- Views of perception and perceptual development -- Physiological and sensory foundations of perceptual development -- Space perception -- Pattern perception -- Object perception -- Motion and event perception -- Auditory perception -- Intermodal perception -- Perception and action -- Perceptual foundations of social development -- Perceptual foundations of cognitive development -- Themes and applications -- References -- Index.
Baker Berry BF720.P47 A78 2016
Seligman, Martin E. P., author
New York : Oxford University Press, 
Baker Berry BF378.P76 S45 2016
Dying and death in Canada
Northcott, Herbert C., 1947- author
North York, Ontario, Canada : University of Toronto Press, 
The history of dying and death in Canada -- Dying and death in Canada today -- Dying and death in the context of Canadian social institutions -- Dying and death in the context of Canadian culture -- Individual perspectives on dying and death -- Survivor perspectives on dying and death -- Caring for the dying -- Caring for the caregivers.
"Dying and Death in Canada offers a comprehensive discussion of dying, death, and bereavement from a Canadian perspective. The third edition has been thoroughly updated and several new topics have been added, including assisted suicide and active euthanasia, end of life care, emerging trends in funerary practices, and changing conceptualizations and interventions in the grieving process. A glossary has also been added along with end-of-chapter review questions and an appendix listing recent and seminal movies, television programs, documentary films, and other visual media sources dealing with dying and death. The new edition includes 22 black and white photos, 4 figures, and 3 tables."--
Baker Berry BF789.D4 N67 2017
Red : the art and science of a colour
Bucklow, Spike, author
London, UK : Reaktion Books, 2016
Introduction -- Animal reds -- Eastern trees -- Fruits of the earth -- Mysterious reds -- Reds for a better life -- Brave new reds -- Crossing the red line -- Red meanings -- Red earth -- Red blood -- Red fire -- Red passions. References -- Bibliography -- Acknowledgements -- Photo acknowledgements -- Index.
Red grabs your attention. Today we associate red with danger, sex, anger and more, yet the color was once so significant that things which have a profound impact upon our lives were widely called red, even though they are often not red at all. The author takes us from a 34,000-year-old shaman burial dress to the iPhone screen, exploring the myriad of purposes we have put red to as well as the materials from which it comes. The pursuit of the color drove medieval alchemy and modern chemistry alike, and red has been found in insects, tree resins, tar, earths, and excitable gases. It is associated with earth, blood and fire, with the holy, with national flags and powerful ideologies. This book is a material and cultural history that makes one see this color afresh, a crucial part of the human visual world.
Baker Berry BF789.C7 B83 2016
The Cambridge handbook of western mysticism and esotericism
edited by Glenn Alexander Magee
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2016
Ancient mysteries -- Pythagoras and pythagoreanism -- Parmenides and Empedocles -- Plato, Plotinus, and Neoplatonism -- Hermetism and gnosticism -- Early Jewish mysticism -- Early Christian mysticism -- Sufism -- Kabbalah -- Medieval Christian mysticism -- Hildegard of Bingen and women's mysticism -- Renaissance hermetism -- Christian Kabbalah -- Paracelsianism -- Rosicrucianism -- Jacob Boehme and Christian theosophy -- Freemasonry -- Swedenborg and Swedenborgianiam -- Spiritualism -- H. P. Blavatsky and theosophy -- Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy -- The Golden Dawn and the O.T.O. -- G. I. Gurdjieff and the Fourth Way -- C. G. Jung and Jungianism -- René Guénon and Tranditionalism -- Via Negativ a in the twentieth century -- Contemporary paganism -- The New Age -- Alchemy -- Astrology -- Gnosis -- Magic -- Mathematical esoctericism -- Panpsychism -- Sexuality .
Baker Berry BF1999 .C3533 2016
Clima e percepção geográfica : fundamentos teóricos a percepção climática e à bioclimatologia humana
Sartori, Maria da Graça Barros, 1950-2014
Santa Maria, [Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil] : Gráfica Editora Pallotti, 2014
Baker Berry BF353.5.W4 S27 2014
Masculinities and the adult male prison experience
Sloan, Jennifer, 1985- author
London : Palgrave Macmillan, 
This title critically analyses how men in prison act out their masculine identities and considers how men negotiate their time in prison, which can involve being placed into a feminine position relative to other men, and particularly looks at the subversion of heteronormative gender positionings through bodies, spaces, time, and relationships. Vulnerability is also taken as a key consideration, and men are shown to act out their masculinities for the benefit of an audience that matters to them. However, that audience is shown to be subject to change at any point in time. Using extensive ethnographic data drawn from adult male prisoners, it adopts the viewpoint of the individual prisoner as a frame to consider masculinity.
Baker Berry BF692.5 .S58 2016
The selfishness of others : an essay on the fear of narcissism
Dombek, Kristin, 1972- author
New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2016
The cold -- The epidemic -- The bad boyfriend -- The millennial -- The murderer -- The artist -- The world.
"They're among us, but they are not like us. They manipulate, lie, cheat, and steal. They are irresistibly charming and accomplished, appearing to live in a radiance beyond what we are capable of. But narcissists are empty. No one knows exactly what everyone else is full of--some kind of a soul, or personhood--but whatever it is, experts agree that narcissists do not have it.So goes the popular understanding of narcissism, or NPD (narcissistic personality disorder). And it's more prevalent than ever, according to recent articles in The New York Times, The Atlantic, and Time. In bestsellers like The Narcissism Epidemic, Narcissists Exposed, and The Narcissist Next Door, pop psychologists have armed the normal with tools to identify and combat the vampiric influence of this rising population, while on websites like narcissismsurvivor.com, thousands of people congregate to swap horror stories about relationships with "narcs."In The Selfishness of Others, the essayist Kristin Dombek provides a clear-sighted account of how a rare clinical diagnosis became a fluid cultural phenomenon, a repository for our deepest fears about love, friendship, and family. She cuts through hysteria in search of the razor-thin line between pathology and common selfishness, writing with robust skepticism toward the prophets of NPD and genuine empathy for those who see themselves as its victims. And finally, she shares her own story in a candid effort to find a path away from the cycle of fear and blame and toward a more forgiving and rewarding life"--
Baker Berry BF575.N35 D56 2016
Generations of feeling : a history of emotions, 600-1700
Rosenwein, Barbara H., author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2016
Ancient theories -- Attachment and detachment -- Alcuin's therapy -- Love and treachery -- Thomas's passions -- Theatricality and sobriety -- Gerson's music -- Despair and happiness -- Hobbes's motions.
Generations of Feeling is the first book to provide a comprehensive history of emotions in pre- and early modern Western Europe. Charting the varieties, transformations and constants of human sentiments over the course of eleven centuries, Barbara H. Rosenwein explores the feelings expressed in a wide range of 'emotional communities' as well as the theories that served to inform and reflect their times. Focusing specifically on groups within England and France, chapters address communities as diverse as the monastery of Rievaulx in twelfth-century England and the ducal court of fifteenth-century Burgundy, assessing the ways in which emotional norms and modes of expression respond to, and in turn create, their social, religious, ideological, and cultural environments. Contemplating emotions experienced 'on the ground' as well as those theorized in the treatises of Alcuin, Thomas Aquinas, Jean Gerson and Thomas Hobbes, this insightful study offers a profound new narrative of emotional life in the West.--Publisher description.
Baker Berry BF531 .R6825 2016
Handbook of emotions
edited by Lisa Feldman Barrett, Michael Lewis, Jeannette M. Haviland-Jones
New York : Guilford Press, 
Baker Berry BF561 .H35 2016
The cyber effect : a pioneering cyberpsychologist explains how human behavior changes online
Aiken, Mary, author
New York : Spiegel & Grau, 
Prologue: When humans and technology collide -- The normalization of a fetish -- Designed to addict -- Cyber babies -- Frankenstein and the little girl -- Teenagers, monkeys, and mirrors -- Cyber romance -- Cyberchondria and the worried well -- What lies beneath : the Deep Web -- The cyber frontier.
"From one of the world's leading experts in cyberpsychology-- a discipline that combines psychology, forensics, and technology-- comes a groundbreaking exploration of the impact of technology on human behavior. In the first book of its kind, Mary Aiken applies her expertise in cyber-behavioral analysis to a range of subjects, including criminal activity on the Deep Web and Darknet; deviant behavior; Internet addictions; the impact of technology on the developing child; teenagers and the Web; cyber-romance and cyber-friendships; cyberchondria; the future of artificial intelligence; and the positive effects on our digital selves, such as online altruism"--
Baker Berry BF199 .A37 2016
Dreams and dream narratives in the biblical world
Sheffield : Sheffield Academic Press, 1999
Baker Berry BF1099.B5 H87 1999
Scientists making a difference : one hundred eminent behavioral and brain scientists talk about their most important contributions
edited by Robert J. Sternberg, Susan T. Fiske, Donald J. Foss
New York NY : Cambridge University Press, 2016
This is a fascinating collection of first-person narratives from the top psychological scientists of the modern era. These readable essays highlight the most important contributions to theory and research in psychological science, show how the greatest psychological scientists formulate and think about their work, and illustrate how their ideas develop over time. In particular, the authors address what they consider their most important scientific contribution, how they got the idea, how the idea matters for the world beyond academic psychology, and what they would like to see as the next steps in research.
Baker Berry BF76.5 .S35 2016
Mindfulness for beginners : reclaiming the present moment--and your life
Kabat-Zinn, Jon, author
Boulder, CO : Sounds True, 2016
Entering: Beginner's mind -- The breath -- Who is breathing? -- The hardest work in the world -- Taking care of this moment -- Mindfulness is awareness -- Doing mode and being mode -- A grounding in science -- Mindfulness is universal -- Wakefulness -- Stabilizing and calibrating your instrument -- Inhabiting awareness is the essence of practice -- The beauty of discipline -- Adjusting your default setting -- Awareness: Our only capacity robust enough to balance thinking -- Attention and awareness are trainable skills -- Nothing wrong with thinking -- Befriending our thinking -- Images of your mind that might be useful -- Not taking our thoughts personally -- Selfing -- Our love affair with personal pronouns -- especially I, me, and mine -- Awareness is a big container -- The objects of attention are not as important as the attending itself --
"Here, the teacher, scientist, and clinician who first demonstrated the benefits of mindfulness within mainstream Western medicine offers a book that you can use in three unique ways; as a collection of reflections and practices to be opened and explored at random; as an illuminating and engaging start-to-finish read; or as an unfolding 'lesson-a-day' primer on mindfulness practice."--Provided by publisher.
On Reserve at Kresge BF637.M4 K227 2016
Thought in action : expertise and the conscious mind
Montero, Barbara Gail, author
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2016
Preface -- Acknowledgments. Introduction: what can a philosopher tell you about expertise? -- "Don't think, dear; just do" and other manifestations of the just-do-it principle -- Just-do-it versus cognition-in-action -- What is an expert? -- Does thinking interfere with doing? -- Thinking fast -- Continuous improvement -- You can't try too hard -- Effortlessness with effort -- The pleasure of movement and the awareness of the self -- The aesthetic experience of expert movement -- Intuition, rationality, and chess expertise -- Sex, drugs, rock and roll, and the meaning of life. Bibliography -- Index.
After exploring some of the contemporary and historical manifestations of the idea that highly accomplished skills are automatic and effortless, the author develops a theory of expertise that emphasizes the role of the conscious mind in expert action. Along the way, she dispels various mythical accounts of experts who proceed without any understanding of what guides their action and analyzes research in both philosophy and psychology that is taken to show that conscious control impedes well practiced skills. She also explores real-life examples of optimal performance - culled from sports, the performing arts, chess, nursing, medicine, the military and elsewhere - and draws from psychology, neuroscience, and literature to create a picture of expertise according to which expert action generally is and ought to be thoughtful, effortful, and reflective.
Baker Berry BF441 .M66 2016
Core knowledge and conceptual change
edited by David Barner, Andrew Scott Baron
New York : Oxford University Press, 2016
Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- An introduction to core knowledge and conceptual change / JESSE SNEDEKER, DAVID BARNER & ANDREW SCOTT BARON -- Processes of conceptual change -- Some preliminary thoughts on a rational constructivist approach to cognitive development : primitives, symbols, learning, and thinking / FEI XU -- How is conceptual change possible? : insights from science education / MARIANNE WISER & CAROL L. SMITH -- Bundles of contradiction : a coexistence view of conceptual change / ANDREW SHTULMAN & TANIA LOMBROZO -- Conceptual change : where domain-specific learning mechanisms meet domain-general cognitive resources / DEBORAH ZAITCHIK, GREGG E.A. SOLOMON, NATHAN TARDIFF, & IGOR BASCANDZIEV -- Surprise enhances early learning / LISA FEIGENSON -- Abstract concepts -- Inferring number, time, and color concepts from core knowledge and linguistic structure / KATIE WAGNER, KATHARINE TILLMAN, & DAVID BARNER -- Different faces of language in numerical development : exact number and individuation / SUSAN LEVINE & RENEE BAILLARGEON -- How numbers are like the earth (and unlike faces, loitering or knitting) / BARBARA SARNECKA -- Epistemic limitations and precise estimates in analog magnitude representation / JUSTIN HALBERDA -- A framework for frames of reference / ANNA SHUSTERMAN & PEGGY LI -- Linguistic structure -- Mechanisms for thinking about kinds, instances of kinds, and kinds of things / SANDEEP PRASADA -- Concepts as explanatory structures : evidence from word learning and the development of lexical flexibility / MAHESH SRINIVASAN -- Conceptualizing the event : the relationship between infants? representations and linguistic organization / LAURA LAKUSTA & LAURA WAGNER -- When children don't say what they know : syntax acquisition and executive function / VIRGINIA VALIAN -- Social and moral cognition -- Core knowledge and conceptual change : a perspective on social cognition / ELIZABETH S. SPELKE -- Is false belief understanding continuous from infancy to preschool age? / BEATE SODIAN -- What neuroscience can reveal about cognition and its origins? / AMY SKERRY & REBECCA SAXE -- What develops in moral development? / PAUL BLOOM & KAREN WYNN -- Developmental origins of social group preferences / ANDREW SCOTT BARON, YARROW DUNHAM, & ANTHEA PUN -- Index.
Baker Berry BF201 .C687 2016
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