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Shrinking violets : the secret life of shyness
Moran, Joe, 1970- author
New Haven : Yale University Press, 2017
A tentative history -- This odd state of mind -- How embarrassing -- Tongue-tied -- Stage fright -- Shy art -- The war against shyness -- The new ice age.

A deeply perceptive and beautifully written cultural history of shyness, from one of our most astute observers of the everyday.
Baker Berry BF575.B3 M67 2017

The sibyl series of the fifteenth century
Raybould, Robin, author
Leiden ; Brill, [2017]
The sybls of Greece and Rome -- The Early Christian era -- The Middle Ages -- The sibyls at the beginning fo the fifteenth century -- The Cortina sibyls -- The Orsini sibyls -- The manuscripts of the Orsisni series -- The theme, order and attributes of the fifteenth-century sibyl series -- The sibyl series dereived from the Orsini frescos -- The Oracula Sibyllina of St. Gall -- The Lactantius versions of the fifteenth-century sibyl series.
Baker Berry BF1773 .R39 2017

Unthought : the power of the cognitive nonconscious
Hayles, Katherine, 1943- author
Chicago ; The University of Chicago Press, 2017
N. Katherine Hayles is known for breaking new ground at the intersection of the sciences and the humanities. In 'Unthought', she once again bridges disciplines by revealing how we think without thinking - how we use cognitive processes that are inaccessible to consciousness yet necessary for it to function. Marshalling fresh insights from neuroscience, cognitive science, cognitive biology, and literature, Hayles expands our understanding of cognition and demonstrates that it involves more than consciousness alone. Cognition, as Hayles defines it, is applicable not only to nonconscious processes in humans but to all forms of life, including unicellular organisms and plants. Startlingly, she also shows that cognition operates in the sophisticated information-processing abilities of technical systems: when humans and cognitive technical systems interact, they form "cognitive assemblages" - as found in urban traffic control, drones, and the trading algorithms of finance capital, for instance - and these assemblages are transforming life on earth. The result is what Hayles calls a "planetary cognitive ecology," which includes both human and technical actors and which poses urgent questions to humanists and social scientists alike. At a time when scientific and technological advances are bringing far-reaching aspects of cognition into the public eye, 'Unthought' reflects deeply on our contemporary situation and moves us toward a more sustainable and flourishing environment for all beings.
Baker Berry BF311 .H395 2017

The psychology of reading : theory and applications
Schwanenflugel, Paula J., author
New York ; The Guilford Press, [2016]
Families and reading -- Emergent literacy -- Learning to read words -- Skilled word reading -- Reading fluency -- Vocabulary -- Theoretical models of reading comprehension -- Components of reading comprehension -- Motivation to read -- Linguistic variation and reading -- Why reading? : The psychosocial benefits of readin.
Baker Berry BF456.R2 S39 2016

The Cambridge handbook of creativity and personality research
edited by Gregory J. Feist, Roni Reiter-Palmon, James C. Kaufman
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2017
Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction. The personal side of creativity: individual differences and the creative process Gregory J. Feist, Roni Reiter-Palmon and James C. Kaufman; Part I. Process and Structure of the Creative Personality: 2. Openness/Intellect: the core of the creative personality Victoria C. Oleynick, Colin De Young, Elizabeth Hyde, Scott Barry Kaufman, Roger Beaty and Paul Silvia; 3. Sweet dreams are made of this: the role of openness in creativity and brain networks Rex Jung and Christine Meadows; 4. The curious dynamic between openness and interests in creativity Sang Eun Woo, Melissa Keith, Rong Su, Rachel Saef and Scott Parrigon; 5. Personality, behavioral thresholds and the creative scientist Gregory J. Feist; 6. Creative self-concept: a surface characteristic of creative personality Maciek Karwowski and Izabela Labuda; 7. Where do diversifying experiences fit in the study of personality, creativity, and career success? Rodica Damian; 8. Rethinking the mutlicultural experiences-creativity link: the interactive perspective on environmental variability and dispositional plasticity Jen-Ho Chang, Jenny C. Su and Hsueh-Chih Chen; 9. An integrative approach to the creative personality: beyond the Big Five paradigm Guillaume Furst and Todd Lubart; Part II. Creativity and Personality: Emotion, Motivation and Psychopathology: 10. Creativity and personality: nuances of domain and mood Christa Taylor, Alexander S. McKay and James C. Kaufman; 11. Emotions and creativity: from states to traits and emotion abilities Zorana Ivcevic and Jessica Hoffmann; 12. Innovation motivation: a social learning model of originality Stephen Joy; 13. Creative genius and psychopathology: creativity as positive and negative personality Dean Keith Simonton; 14. Personality traits, personality disorders and creativity Adrian Furnham; Part III. Creativity and Personality: Measurement and Social Influences: 15. Creativity and the Big Five personality traits: is the relationship dependent on the creativity measure? Jason Hornberg and Roni Reiter-Palmon; 16. What are funny people like? Exploring the crossroads in humor ability and openness to experience Emily C. Nusbaum and Paul Silvia; 17. Much more than selfies: autophotography, individuality, and creativity Stephen J. Dollinger; 18. Can teams have a creative personality? Rob Litchfield, Lucy Gilson and Christina Shalley; 19. The entrepreneurial personality: individual differences and social capital in work-related innovation Reece Akhtar, Gokran Ahmetoglu and Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic; 20. Effects of creativity training programs on individual characteristics Denise Fleith; 21. Creativity and personality research: themes and future directions Patricia O'Rourke, James C. Kaufman, Gregory J. Feist and Roni Reiter-Palmon.

"As individual subjects, creativity and personality have been the focus of much research and many publications. This Cambridge Handbook is the first to bring together these two topics and explores how personality and behavior affects creativity. Contributors from around the globe present cutting-edge research about how personality traits and motives make creative behavior more likely. Many aspects of personality and behavior are examined in the chapters, including genius, emotions, psychopathology, entrepreneurship, and multiculturalism, to analyse the impact of these on creativity. The Cambridge Handbook of Creativity and Personality Research will be the definitive resource for researchers, students and academics who study psychology, personality, and creativity"--
Baker Berry BF408 .C1733 2017

The subject of experience
Strawson, Galen, author
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2017
Baker Berry BF697 .S77 2017

Creativity and the performing artist : behind the mask
Thomson, Paula, author
London : Academic Press, an imprint of Elsevier, [2017]
Baker Berry BF408 .T46 2017

The late Sigmund Freud : or, the last word on psychoanalysis, society, and all the riddles of life
Dufresne, Todd, 1966- author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2017
Freud is best remembered for two applied works on society, 'The Future of an Illusion' and 'Civilization and its Discontents'. Yet the works of the final period are routinely denigrated as merely supplemental to the earlier, more fundamental "discoveries" of the unconscious and dream interpretation. In fact, the "cultural Freud" is sometimes considered an embarrassment to psychoanalysis. Dufresne argues that the late Freud, as brilliant as ever, was actually revealing the true meaning of his life's work. And so while 'The Future of an Illusion', 'Civilization and its Discontents', and his final work 'Moses and Monotheism' may be embarrassing to some, they validate beliefs that Freud always held - including the psychobiology that provides the missing link between the individual psychology of the early period and the psychoanalysis of culture of the final period. The result is a lively, balanced, and scholarly defense of the late Freud that doubles as a major reassessment of psychoanalysis of interest to all readers of Freud.
Baker Berry BF173 .D763 2017

An historical, physiological and theological treatise of spirits, apparitions, witchcrafts, and other magical practices : with a refutation of Dr. Bekker's World bewitch'd : and other authors that have opposed the belief of them
Beaumont, John, -1731
London : Printed for D. Browne, at the Black Swan without Temple-Bar ; 1705
Rauner Rare Book BF1445 .B4 1705

There's no such thing as a sexual relationship : two lessons on Lacan
Badiou, Alain, author
New York : Columbia University Press, [2017]
Baker Berry BF173.L15 B3413 2017

Black : the brilliance of a noncolor
Badiou, Alain, author
Malden, MA : Polity Press, 2017
Baker Berry BF789.C7 B3313 2017

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