6 edition of Psychology, Seventh Edition & Improving the Mind and Brain found in the catalog.
Psychology, Seventh Edition & Improving the Mind and Brain
David G. Myers
October 15, 2003
by Worth Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||740|
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Even before Sigmund Freud and the psychoanalysis movement, psychologists have argued why the body-mind concept is crucial to psychology. The reasoning for this stems from the idea that physical conditions affect mental health, and that mental conditions affect physical health. However, Thinking could occur without language. This is evident in pianists and artists where mental images nourish the mind. Therefore, thinking and language affect each other in an enduring cycle. Bibliography. Myers, David G., Psychology Fifth Edition. Worth Publishers, Inc. New York, NY ©
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