I am pleased to write that my latest book — A Conceptual History of Psychology: The Mind Through Time — is now published worldwide.
Here are the contents:
PART I. FOUNDATION
Chapter 1. People, history and the concept of psychology
Chapter 2. Spirituality, philosophy and the concept of the mind
Chapter 3. Knowledge, empiricism and the concept of science
PART II. FORMATION
Chapter 4. Demons, asylums and the concept of madness
Chapter 5. Brains, evolution and the concept of human nature
Chapter 6. Quantification, measurement and the concept of race
PART III. FERTILITY
Chapter 7. Freudianism, instincts and the concept of sexuality
Chapter 8. Behaviourism, will and the concept of freedom
Chapter 9. Cognitivism, computers and the concept of reason
Chapter 10. Individuals, groups and the concept of society
PART IV. FUTURE
Chapter 11. Perspectives, diversity and the concept of bias
Chapter 12 Good, bad and the concept of morality
As ever, it is available through all good booksellers, and, as far as I can tell, most of the not-so-good ones too.
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Brian Hughes is an academic psychologist and university professor in Galway, Ireland, specialising in stress, health, and the application of psychology to social issues. He writes widely on the psychology of empiricism and of empirically disputable claims, especially as they pertain to science, health, medicine, and politics.