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Entrancing Relationships

Entrancing Relationships Author Don J. Feeney
ISBN-10 0275964159
Release 1999-01-01
Pages 238
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Intertwines the euphoric idealization of perfect love with the clinical stages of hypnosis.



The Psychology of Terrorism Theoretical understandings and perspectives

The Psychology of Terrorism  Theoretical understandings and perspectives Author Chris E. Stout
ISBN-10 0275978672
Release 2002
Pages 251
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This four-volume set provides a mixture of opinions and perspectives from academics, thinkers, activists, and clinicians on factors related to terrorism. The four volumes focus respectively on a public understanding, clinical aspects and responses, theoretical understandings and perspectives, and programs and practices in response and prevention. Coverage includes historical contexts; group dynamics; social, behavioral, psychological, psychopathological and evolutionary issues; forensics; and global perspectives on topics such as understanding and empathy, hate, sexism, and bias, prejudice and racism. Topics also include state terrorism, countering international terrorism using perspectives from international psychology, and the role of resilience in the aftermath of terror.



Motifs

Motifs Author Dr. Don J Feeney Jr.
ISBN-10 9781465324764
Release 2008-02-18
Pages 261
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Just as DNA determines the genetic makeup of every individual, a motif determines individual biopsycho-social, emotional, and spiritual behaviors and attitudes. This epigenetic theory of individuality describes the motif as a unique artistry of organizing principles. The author uses the concept of motif to explain physiology, behavior, and attitude and to show how each person has his or her own unique system of motifs that comprises the fabric of every level of personality. Case studies exemplify the way in which motifs manifest the ""self"" and how the core personality is understood once the individual's motif is revealed. Of interest to graduate students in psychology and clinicians and counselors in the field of humanistic and clinical psychology, holistic medicine, wellness and mind-body healing, psycho-biology, and spirituality this book will bring new understanding to personality and behavior studies.



Motifs of Life Altering Experiences

Motifs of Life Altering Experiences Author Dr. Don J. Feeney Jr.
ISBN-10 1462836747
Release 2008-04-14
Pages 317
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The manuscript reveals dynamics of life altering experiences as collaborative products of unwitting entrainents. Unwitting entrainments synchronizing our Motifs can emerge into Life Altering Experiences. The manuscript strives to depict the ironic timing of synchronized entrainment present in perfect harmony. Taking two extra minutes drinking a Starbuck's coffee saves a life creating just enough delay missing the 9-11 tragedy. Addictions, divorce, financial ruin, damaged careers, can all result from unwitting entraining of synchronoized Motifs. Fortuitous as well as disastrous coincidence of synchronizing events are possible outcomes of life altering experiences. Formativeness of multifaceted motifs lie at the core of good and evil manefestations of events affecting trauma and triumph. Recognition and utilization techniques through time alteration of furture designs highlight multi-dimensional consciousness of critical factors in survival and transformation.



The Dark Side of Relationship Pursuit

The Dark Side of Relationship Pursuit Author Brian H. Spitzberg
ISBN-10 9781135627577
Release 2004-04-12
Pages 352
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Authors William R. Cupach and Brian H. Spitzberg synthesize the expanding multidisciplinary base of knowledge about obsessive relational intrusion (ORI) and stalking, presenting a comprehensive scholarly consideration of these behaviors. Their inclusive approach is reflected in the breadth of research represented, including social, clinical and forensic psychology, psychiatry, counseling, communication, criminal justice, law enforcement, sociology, social work, threat assessment and management, and family studies. The work also draws upon the multidisciplinary scholarship on social and personal relationships. The chapters in this volume: *provide historical and definitional frames for studying unwanted relationship pursuit, and consider the role of such sources as the media, law, and social science research in shaping the contemporary multifaceted and multifarious conceptualizations of stalking; *elaborate the authors' assumption that much unwanted relationship pursuit owes to complications inherent in the processes of constructing and dismantling relationships, examine the factors that conspire to create slippage between two persons' conceptions of their "shared" relationship, and explore the cultural practices associated with relationship dissolution that tend to reinforce persistence in unwanted pursuit; *chart the topography of unwanted pursuit, offering a unique and comprehensive synthesis of relevant research bearing on several issues, and a review of the temporal stages and characteristics of stalking; *consider promising theories and variables for explaining the occurrence of unwanted pursuit; and *discuss the issues pertinent to threat assessment, managing unwanted pursuit and offering a comprehensive typology of victim consequences of pursuit. The volume concludes with thoughts about "correcting courtship." Drawing on the interpersonal competence literature, Cupach and Spitzberg speculate on ways in which enhancing relationship management skills could help diminish the incidence and debilitating consequences of ORI and stalking. With this work, the authors provide a clearer picture of the current state of knowledge about stalking, and in so doing, identify productive paths for scholarly inquiry and ultimately bolster the effectiveness of prevention and intervention efforts. The volume is destined to promote and publicize the multidisciplinary nature of stalking research such that cross-fertilization of interested fields might yield new and better insights. It will be required reading for the cross-disciplinary community of academics and professionals who are committed to understanding and responding to unwanted relationship pursuit and stalking.



Entrancing Muse

Entrancing Muse Author Carl B. Schmidt
ISBN-10 1576470261
Release 2001
Pages 621
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Lavishly illustrated, the volume includes a complete discography, and an exhaustive summary of Poulenc's concert tours, as well as a list of portraits and drawings."--Jacket.



Readings

Readings Author
ISBN-10 CORNELL:31924089495919
Release 1998
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The challenge of middle age

The challenge of middle age Author J. H. Wallis
ISBN-10 UCAL:B4317261
Release 1962
Pages 147
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The Best Books for Academic Libraries Medicine

The Best Books for Academic Libraries  Medicine Author
ISBN-10 0722200129
Release 2002-01-01
Pages 336
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Books recommended for undergraduate and college libraries listed by Library of Congress Classification Numbers.



Book Review Digest

Book Review Digest Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015078261941
Release 2002
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Choice

Choice Author
ISBN-10 UCSC:32106015639989
Release 2000
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Cumulative Book Index

Cumulative Book Index Author
ISBN-10 PSU:000045663147
Release 1999
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Untitled the diary of my 72nd year

Untitled  the diary of my 72nd year Author Morris Leopold Ernst
ISBN-10 UCAL:B3453540
Release 1962
Pages 272
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Bibliographic Guide to Psychology

Bibliographic Guide to Psychology Author New York Public Library. Research Libraries
ISBN-10 0783888953
Release 1999
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Creating Cultural Motifs Against Terrorism

Creating Cultural Motifs Against Terrorism Author Don J. Feeney
ISBN-10 0275979202
Release 2003
Pages 178
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Explains how the war on terrorism can be fought behind the lines with healthy exchanges to understand and empower the themes and principles, or motifs of world cultures.



Modern American Queer History

Modern American Queer History Author Allida Mae Black
ISBN-10 156639872X
Release 2001
Pages 302
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In the twentieth century, countless Americans claimed gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender identities, forming a movement to secure social as well as political equality. This collection of essays considers the history as well as the historiography of the queer identities and struggles that developed in the United States in the midst of widespread upheaval and change. Whether the subject is an individual life story, a community study, or an aspect of public policy, these essays illuminate the ways in which individuals in various locales understood the nature of their desires and the possibilities of resisting dominant views of normality and deviance. Theoretically informed, but accessible, the essays shed light too on the difficulties of writing history when documentary evidence is sparse or coded, Taken together these essays suggest that while some individuals and social networks might never emerge from the shadows, the persistent exploration of the past for their traces is an integral part of the on-going struggle for queer rights.



Deep Blue

Deep Blue Author John Bramhall
ISBN-10 9781414058221
Release 2004-02-01
Pages 372
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Why do partners return to dysfunctional relationships forgiving, forgetting and forever repeating the same miserable scenario? Without awareness and mastery of entrancing hypnotic forces, relationships can be severely damaged or even destroyed. The essential premise is that addictive enmeshment is the result of what are experienced as irresistible pulls from hypnotic entrancement. Hypnotic entrancement is fantasy fixation of perfect love leading to eventual demise. Parallels are drawn to hypnotic phenomena. Entrancement involves a coming together or fusion of idealized images superimposed upon physical attributes of the partner. Each partner brings to the relationship ideals or images of their perfect mate. Partners merge their ideal images of love and beauty with the size, shape and contour symmetries of mates. The scope of the book is to guide the reader through the turbulence where the hidden self is revealed as an anchor of sensory motifs. Sensory motifs are inherent, self-organizing structures and characteristics that give partners their sense of uniqueness. Numerous case examples illustrate a four-stage parallel between addictive bonds and hypnosis (e.g.: idealization, disillusionment, obsession and reproachment). Reawakening is described as releasing entrancement through the emergence of innate artistic motifs.