Cognitive Science and the Unconscious (Hardback)Dan J. Stein (editor)
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Publisher: American Psychiatric Association Publishing
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 567 g
Dimensions: 229 x 150 x 23 mm
"[A] very readable introduction, and should be of interest to students, clinicians and psychotherapy researchers seeking to orientate themselves to this significant emerging field."-- "Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry"
"Characterized by broad coverage of the discipline and an unusually high quality of writing, the eight chapters that comprise this book are sure to be well received and widely cited by clinicians and researchers whose interests touch upon the role of unconscious processes in human mental life.... The volume will serve as an excellent introduction to this area of research, even for clinicians unfamiliar with the myriad theoretical models and sundry methodological quandaries that characterize this field today.... Stein's book stands as a noteworthy contribution in an important and controversial area of research. It will interest a wide audience of practitioners and researchers, and should stimulate continued investigation of this important issue."-- "The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease"
"This timely edited book explores conscious and unconscious processing from both cognitive science and psychoanalytic perspectives.... Recommended for upper-division undergraduates, and of particular interest to clinical practitioners because it addresses the fundamental issue of unconscious processing of affective and traumatic information."-- "Choice"
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