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The Oxford handbook of compassion science
edited by Emma M. Seppälä, Emiliana Simon-Thomas, Stephanie L. Brown, Monica C. Worline, C. Daryl Cameron, and James R. Doty
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Baker Berry BF575.E55 O94 2017
Talking to brick walls : a series of presentations in the chapel at Sainte-Anne Hospital
Lacan, Jacques, 1901-1981, author
Cambridge, UK ; Polity Press, 2017
Baker Berry BF173 .L142413 2017
Los brujos de Chiloé : célebre proceso del Juzgado de Ancud : declaraciones de los reos
Valparaíso, Chile : Mandrágora, 2017
Baker Berry BF1584.C54 B78 2017
The emergence of dreaming : mind-wandering, embodied simulation, and the default network
Domhoff, G. William, author
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Introduction -- Dream reports from sleep laboratories -- Dream reports collected in non-laboratory settings -- Findings from studies of individual dream series -- The emergence of dreaming in children and adolescents -- The cognitive neuroscience of dreaming -- The activation-synthesis theory of dreaming -- The failed freudian revival -- Does dreaming have any adaptive function(s)? -- A promising agenda -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Index.
Baker Berry BF1078 .D576 2018
Research methods in applied behavior analysis
Bailey, Jon S., author
New York : Routledge, 2018
A brief introduction to behavior analysis research -- Research methods in applied behavior analysis : ten steps for successful research -- Evaluating behavioral research -- Using applied research findings in clinical and educational settings -- Going public.
Baker Berry BF76.5 .B35 2018
Enactivist interventions : rethinking the mind
Gallagher, Shaun, 1948- author
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2017
Enactivist Interventions' is an interdisciplinary work that explores how theories of embodied cognition illuminate many aspects of the mind, including intentionality, representation, the affect, perception, action and free will, higher-order cognition, and intersubjectivity. Gallagher argues for a rethinking of the concept of mind, drawing on pragmatism, phenomenology and cognitive science. Enactivism is presented as a philosophy of nature that has significant methodological and theoretical implications for the scientific investigation of the mind. Gallagher argues that, like the basic phenomena of perception and action, sophisticated cognitive phenomena like reflection, imagining, and mathematical reasoning are best explained in terms of an affordance-based skilled coping. He offers an account of the continuity that runs between basic action, affectivity, and a rationality that in every case remains embodied. Gallagher's analysis also addresses recent predictive models of brain function and outlines an alternative, enactivist interpretation that emphasizes the close coupling of brain, body and environment rather than a strong boundary that isolates the brain in its internal processes. The extensive relational dynamics that integrates the brain with the extra-neural body opens into an environment that is physical, social and cultural and that recycles back into the enactive process. Cognitive processes are in-the-world rather than in-the-head; they are situated in affordance spaces defined across evolutionary, developmental and individual histories, and are constrained by affective processes and normative dimensions of social and cultural practices.
Baker Berry BF311 .G28 2017
Shame : a brief history
Stearns, Peter N., author
Urbana, Illinois : University of Illinois Press, 2017
Exploring Shame: The Interdisciplinary Context -- Shame and Shaming in Premodern Societies -- The Impact of Modernity: Some Possibilities -- Reconsidering Shame in Western Society: The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries -- The Revival of Shame: Contemporary History.
Shame varies as an individual experience and its manifestations across time and cultures. Groups establish identity and enforce social behaviors through shame and shaming, while attempts at shaming often provoke a social or political backlash. Yet historians often neglect shame's power to complicate individual, international, cultural, and political relationships. Peter N. Stearns draws on his long career as a historian of emotions to provide the foundational text on shame 's history and how this history contributes to contemporary issues around the emotion. Summarizing current research, Stearns unpacks the major debates that surround this complex emotion. He also surveys the changing role of shame in the United States from the nineteenth century to today, including shame 's revival as a force in the 1960s and its place in today 's social media. Looking ahead, Stearns maps the abundant opportunities for future historical research and historically informed interdisciplinary scholarship. Written for interested readers and scholars alike, Shame combines significant new research with a wider synthesis.
Baker Berry BF575.S45 S74 2017
Persuasion : social influence, and compliance gaining
Gass, Robert H., author
New York : Routledge, 2016
Why study persuasion? -- What constitutes persuasion? -- Attitudes and consistency -- Credibility -- Communicator characteristics and persuadability -- Conformity and influence in groups -- Language and persuasion -- Nonverbal influence -- Structuring and ordering persuasive messages -- Sequential persuasion -- Compliance gaining -- Deception -- Motivational appeals -- Visual persuasion -- Esoteric forms of persuasion -- The ethics of persuasion.
"Persuasion: Social Influence and Compliance Gaining first helps students understand established theories and models of persuasion. It then encourages them to develop and apply general conclusions about persuasion in real-world settings. The 5th edition explores how social media continues to be a form of influence, but it also looks at grassroots movements, such as the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street, and traditional forms of persuasion, such as advertising, marketing, and political campaigning"--Publisher's website.
Baker Berry BF637.P4 G37 2016
Negotiating at an uneven table : developing moral courage in resolving our conflicts
Kritek, Phyllis Beck, 1943-
San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, ©2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS -- Initiating the dialogue -- Approaching an uneven table -- The roots of our distortions -- Recognizing an uneven table -- The persistent fixation on dominance power -- Imagining alternatives -- Illusions we live by -- Beyond appearances -- Manipulation as tradition -- Masks of manipulation -- Traditional methods of maneuvering -- Children at an uneven table -- Evolution at an uneven table -- Imagining new approaches to an uneven table -- The shift to new ways of being -- A model of paradigm shifts for the millennium -- Way of being number one : find and inhabit the deepest and surest human space that your capabilities permit -- Way of being number two : be a truth teller -- Way of being number three : honor your integrity, even at great cost -- Way of being number four : find a place for compassion at the table -- Way of being number five : draw a line in the sand without cruelty -- Way of being number six : expand and explicate the context -- Way of being number seven : innovate -- Way of being number eight : know what you do and do not know -- Way of being number nine : stay in the dialogue -- Way of being number ten : know when and how to leave the table -- Some antidotes and precautions -- A progress report -- Imagining the future : an invitation to continue the dance.
Negotiating conflicts in situations where some participants are at a disadvantage that others do not acknowledge are considered uneven table. There is a range of possible responses to this situation. This book was written as a set of reflections on the options.
Matthews Fuller BF637.N4 K75 2002
Embodied mind, meaning, and reason : how our bodies give rise to understanding
Johnson, Mark, 1949- author
Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2017
Introduction: bringing the body to mind -- Cognitive science and Dewey's theory of mind, thought, and language -- Cowboy bill rides herd on the range of consciousness -- We are live creatures: embodiment, American pragmatism, and the cognitive organism / Mark Johnson and Tim Rohrer -- The meaning of the body -- The philosophical significance of image schemas -- Action, embodied meaning, and thought -- Knowing through the body -- Embodied realism and truth incarnate -- Why the body matters.
Baker Berry BF161 .J64 2017
On concepts, modules, and language : cognitive science at its core
edited by Roberto G. DE Almeida and Lila R. Gleitman
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Preface -- Contributors -- Introduction: a Fodor's guide to cognitive science / Roberto G. de Almeida & Lila Gleitman -- Language and the modularity of mind -- Two notions of modularity / Noam Chomsky -- Exploring the limits of modularity / Merrill F. Garrett -- The modularity of sentence processing reconsidered / Fernanda Ferreira & James Nye -- The unity of consciousness and the consciousness of unit / Thomas G. Bever -- Semantics for a module / Roberto G. de Almeida & Ernie Lepore -- Center-embedded sentences : what's pronounceable is comprehensible / Janet Dean Fodor, Stefanie Nickels, & Esther Schott -- Getting to the root of the matter : acquisition of morphology / Natalie Batmanian & Karin Stromswold -- Cognitive science and Fodorian exceptionalism / Zenon W. Pylyshyn -- Concepts and the language of thought -- Fodor and the innateness of all (basic) concepts / Massimo Piatelli-Palmarini -- The immediacy of conceptual processing / Mary C. Potter -- On language and thought : a question of formats / David J. Lobina & Jose Garcia-Albea -- The neurobiological bases for the computational theory of mind / Randy C. Gallistel -- Indices.
Baker Berry BF311 .O485 2018
Decolonizing psychology : globalization, social justice, and Indian youth identities
Bhatia, Sunil, author
New York, NY, United States of America : Oxford University Press, 
Baker Berry BF724.3.I3 B53 2018
The neural basis of human belief systems
edited by Frank Krueger and Jordan Grafman
Hove, East Sussex ; Psychology Press, 2013
What are beliefs? / Patricia S. Churchland and Paul M. Churchland -- The neuropsychology of belief formation / Robyn Langdon and Emily Connaughton -- A multiple systems approach to causal reasoning / Richard Patterson and Aron K. Barbey -- The neural bases of attitudes, evaluation, and behavior change / Emily B. Falk and Matthew D. Lieberman -- Interpersonal trust as a dynamic belief / Ewart de Visser and Frank Krueger -- The neural bases of moral belief systems / Ricardo de Oliveira-Souza, Roland Zahn, and Jorge Moll -- Neuroscientific approaches to 'mens rea' assessment / Ullrich Wagner and Henrik Walter -- The neural structure of political belief / Laura Moretti [and others] -- The neural basis of religion / Joseph Bulbulia and Uffe Schjoedt -- The neural basis of abnormal personal belief / Vaughan Bell and Peter W. Halligan -- I believe to my soul / Frank Krueger and Jordan Grafman.
Belief is one of the most commonly used, yet unexplained terms in neuroscience. Beliefs can be seen as forms of mental representations and one of the building blocks of our conscious thoughts. This book provides an interdisciplinary overview of what we currently know about the neural basis of human belief systems, and how different belief systems are implemented in the human brain. The chapters in this volume explain how the neural correlates of beliefs mediate a range of explicit and implicit behaviours ranging from moral decision making, to the practice of religion. Drawing inferences from philosophy, psychology, psychiatry, religion, and cognitive neuroscience, the book has important implications for understanding how different belief systems are implemented in the human brain, and outlines the directions which research on the cognitive neuroscience of beliefs should take in the future.
Baker Berry BF773 .N477 2013
Boost! : how the psychology of sports can enhance your performance in management and work
Bar-Eli, Michael, author
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Getting activated -- Arousal: is a lot of stress really that bad? -- Motivation: defining our driving force -- Aspiration: enhancing performance through goal setting -- Calibrating your behavior -- Self-confidence: handling expectations and unexpected obstacles -- Action: to do or not to do? -- Creativity and innovation: on floppers and vaulters -- Working together -- Cohesion: all for one, and one for all! -- team-building: finding the right people for the right system -- Leadership values: becoming a head honcho -- Enhancing your state of mind -- Mental preparation I: incorporating imagery and visualization into a daily routine -- Mental preparation II: basic principles of effective psycho-regulation -- Moral performance: is winning really everything?
Boost! breaks down the complex behavioral science of getting ahead. Through original scientific research, unique case studies, and anecdotes from the world of sports and beyond, Bar-Eli explains the psychological underpinnings of human behavior and how we can harness this knowledge to perform at our highest levels, succeeding in our careers and personal lives.
Baker Berry BF481 .B275 2018
The seven deadly sins of psychology : a manifesto for reforming the culture of scientific practice / Chris Chambers
Chambers, Chris, author
Princeton, New Jersey ; Princeton University Press, 
The sin of bias -- The sin of hidden flexibility -- The sin of unreliability -- The sin of data hoarding -- The sin of corruptibility -- The sin of internment -- The sin of bean counting -- Redemption.
"Chris Chambers draws on his own experiences as a working scientist to reveal a dark side to psychology that few of us ever see. Using the seven deadly sins as a metaphor, he shows how practitioners are vulnerable to powerful biases that undercut the scientific method, how they routinely torture data until it produces outcomes that can be published in prestigious journals, and how studies are much less reliable than advertised. He reveals how a culture of secrecy denies the public and other researchers access to the results of psychology experiments, how fraudulent academics can operate with impunity, and how an obsession with bean counting creates perverse incentives for academics ... Outlining a core set of best practices that can be applied across the sciences, Chambers demonstrates how all these sins can be corrected by embracing open science, an emerging philosophy that seeks to make research and its outcomes as transparent as possible."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry BF76.5 .C43 2017
New perspectives on moral development
edited by Charles C. Helwig
Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 
Baker Berry BF723.M54 N48 2018
The Oxford handbook of hope
edited by Matthew W. Gallagher, Shane J. Lopez
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Foreword / Todd Kashdan -- Defining hope -- Introduction to the science of hope / Matthew W. Gallagher and Shane J. Lopez -- The history of philosophical and psychological perspectives on hope : toward defining hope for the science of positive development / Kristina Schmid Callina, Nancy Snow, Elise D. Murray -- Hope theory (reprint from HOPP1E) / C.R. Snyder, Kevin L. Rand, & David R. Sigmon -- Hope, self-efficacy, and optimism : conceptual and empirical differences / Kevin L. Rand -- Self-determination and hope / Michael L. Wehmeyer & Karrie A. Shogren -- How hope influences goal-directed behavior / Gabriele Oettingen & Malin Patricia Chromik -- Measuring hope -- Hope measurement / Sage Rose & Nicole Sieben -- A cultural context lens of hope / Lisa M. Edwards & Jessica B. McClintock -- Promoting hope -- The will and the ways in school : hope as a factor in academic success / Jennifer Teramoto Pedrotti -- Promoting hope in children / Susana C. Marques & Shane J. Lopez -- Hope therapy / Jennifer S. Cheavens & Madison M. Guter -- Promoting hope in older adults / Amber M. Gum -- Hope and physical health -- Hope and physical health / Heather N. Rasmussen, Kristin Koetting O¿Byrne, Marcy Vandament, & Brian P. Cole -- Hope and children's health / Michael Rapoff & Ron Freche -- Hope and athletic performance / Henrik Gustafsson, Leslie Podlog, & Paul Davis -- Hope in the midst of terminal illness / Douglas L. Hill & Chris Feudnter -- Hope and mental health -- Hope and depression / Lorie A. Ritschel & Christopher S. Sheppard -- Hope and anxiety / Randolph C. Arnau -- Hope and posttraumatic stress disorder / Laura J. Long & Matthew W. Gallagher -- Hope and coping in individuals with specific learning disorder / Michal Al-Yagon & Malka Margalit -- Hope and stress resilience / Anthony Ong, Taylor Standiford, & Saarang Deshpande -- Hope and positive functioning -- Hope and well-being / Jenny Y. Lee & Matthew W. Gallagher -- Hope and adolescent mental health / Xi Jiang, Kristin L. Otis, Marco Weber, & E. Scott Huebner -- Attachment processes and the social/developmental bases of hope / Hal S. Shorey, Steve Bisgaier, & Scott R. Thien -- Hope and work / Angela R. Mouton & Monica N. Montijo -- Hope and meaning-in-life : points of contact between hope theory and existentialism / David B. Feldman, Meenakshi Balaraman, & Craig Anderson -- The future of hope -- Future directions in the science of hope / Matthew W. Gallagher, Jennifer S. Cheavens, Lisa M. Edwards, David B. Feldman, Amber M. Gum, Susana C. Marques, Kevin L. Rand, Lorie Ritschel, Jennifer Teramoto Pedrotti, & Hal S. Shorey.
Baker Berry BF204.6 .O934 2018