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In the latest issue: intuition and when to trust your sixth sense, overrating your ideas, teens online, cyberstalking a partner and more.
This fascinating US magazine examines the workings of the human mind and how it affects all varieties of human behaviour, dealing with issues from stress to addiction, morality and mental illness. Analysing the latest breakthroughs and news from the world of psychology, this magazine is thought-provoking and interesting, and ideal for both psychology professionals and students alike, as well as those who are just interested in any aspect of the human mind.
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This US magazine is highly relevant to everyone, no matter what country they hail from. Covering all aspects of human behaviour, as well as what we can learn about humans from studying animal behaviour, Psychology Today features news, commentary, and the latest research to illuminate the workings of the human mind. What causes human cruelty? What are the statistics surrounding addiction? What’s behind the recent epidemic of mental illness, and what can we do about it?
With articles on everything from animal behaviour, autism, gender, IQ, mental illness, neuroscience, sex, sleep, therapy, relationships, stress, and more, Psychology Today is a fascinating foray into the human mind, from its mechanisms, habits and thought processes, from psychodynamic theory to biological neuroscience, working to uncover the underlying cause of all kinds of human behaviour.
Psychology is something that interests and affects all of us: every member of the human race should strive to understand others better, and understand themselves, to oil the social machine, function better as people and live all round happier lives. Psychology Today facilitates that.
Buy a single copy and gain access to fascinating insights into your own mind, and learn what may be behind the annoying behaviour of your workmate, the shy loner at the party, or the tantrums of your two-year-old, or take out a subscription and apply your mind to the workings of your brain every 2 months for as long as you want.