Download Die 7 Summits Strategie: Mit Leichtigkeit persönliche Gipfel by Steve Kroeger PDF

By Steve Kroeger

STEVE KROEGER, der Shooting-Star unter den internationalen Rednern, präsentiert mit diesem Buch erstmals eine einzigartige Dokumentation seiner internationalen Bergexpeditionen zu den jeweils höchsten Gipfeln unserer Kontinente.

Er nimmt uns mit auf eine spannende Reise zu den wirklich wichtigen Dingen im Leben und tut dies auf eine außergewöhnlich authentische und inspirierende Weise. Wie kein anderer vermittelt er in diesem Buch beeindruckende Lebenserfahrungen mit viel Leichtigkeit und einem charmanten Augenzwinkern und untermalt all dies mit eindrucksvollen Farbfotos, die den Leser in den Bann ziehen. Dieses Buch macht Mut, das Leben zu leben, das wir uns wirklich wünschen.

Bei seinem 7 SUMMITS Projekt geht es Steve Kroeger nicht darum, sich mit anderen Bergsteigern nach dem Höher-schneller-weiter-Prinzip zu messen. Für ihn sind die Reisen auf die jeweils höchsten Gipfel unserer Kontinente ein Lernprojekt: ein siebenjähriger Selbstversuch mit hohem Risiko und ohne
Erfolgsgarantie.

In diesem Buch dokumentiert Steve Kroeger seine Lernerfahrungen der ersten vier Besteigungen (Afrika, Europa, Südamerika, Australien) und nimmt uns mit auf eine seiner jährlichen Seminarreisen auf den Kilimandscharo. Mit ebenso viel Tiefgang wie Humor vermittelt er ein erstaunliches Maß an Lebenserfahrung und gibt wertvolle Impulse für das eigene Leben. Er inspiriert, ohne den Weg vorzu geben, und ist pointiert, ohne dozierend zu sein. Die Leichtigkeit, mit der er seine Erfahrungen am Berg und in Extremsituationen beschreibt, ist ansteckend und macht Mut. Dieses Buch ist eine Einladung, sich auf Entdeckungsreise zu begeben zu den Dingen, die neben Leistung und Erfolg auch wichtig sind: zu unseren Wünschen und Träumen, die noch darauf warten, gelebt zu werden.

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Download Portraits of the Artist: Psychoanalysis of Creativity and by John E. Gedo PDF

By John E. Gedo

Gedo's pathbreaking exploration of the psychology of creativity comprises first-hand fabric drawn from his huge scientific paintings with artists, musicians, and different highly inventive members. utilizing this physique of scientific wisdom as conceptual anchorage, he then bargains illuminating reassessments of the creative productiveness of van Gogh, Picasso, Gauguin, and Caravaggio, and the literary productiveness of Nietzsche, Jung, and Freud.

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Download The Self in Social Judgment (Studies in Self and Identity) by Mark D. Alicke,David A. Dunning,Joachim Krueger PDF

By Mark D. Alicke,David A. Dunning,Joachim Krueger

the quantity starts with a old evaluate of the self in social judgment and descriptions the foremost matters. next chapters, all written via top specialists of their respective components, establish and tricky 4 significant subject matters in regards to the self in social judgment:

· the position of the self as a knowledge resource for comparing others, or what has been referred to as 'social projection'
· the idea of non-public superiority as mirrored within the pervasive tendency for individuals to view their features extra favorably than these of others
· the position of the self as a comparability general from or towards which different people's behaviors and attributes are assimilated or contrasted
· the relative weight humans position at the person and collective selves in defining their attributes and evaluating them to these of alternative people

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Download Intoxication, Modernity, and Colonialism: Freud’s Industrial by Dušan I. Bjelić PDF

By Dušan I. Bjelić

This publication depicts how Freud’s cocaine and Benjamin’s cannabis illustrate evaluations of modernity and messianic emancipations throughout the pleasures of intoxicating discourse.  Freud stumbled on the “libido” and “unconscious” within the commercial mimetic scheme of cocaine, while Benjamin stumbled on an notion for his critique of phantasmagoria and its version psychoanalysis in hashish’s mimesis. furthermore, as a part of the historical past of colonialism, either medications generated specified colonial discourses and, for this reason, varied understandings of the emancipatory powers of enjoyment, the subconscious, and goals. in the end, nice rules do not free up; they intoxicate. 

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Download Aggression und Gewalt: Ein biologischer, psychologischer und by Klaus Wahl PDF

By Klaus Wahl

Aggressives Verhalten zeigt sich of schon früh in der Kindheit. Gilt das auch für das In- resse an Aggression? Als type sei ich recht friedlich gewesen, wurde mir erzählt. Doch im Archiv meiner Kindheitsprodukte fanden sich Notizbücher voller aggressiver Zeichnungen: Pistolenhelden und Panzerschlachten. Klammheimlich – oder of enbar – hat mich eines meiner späteren wissenschaf lichen T emen schon früh fasziniert. Oder conflict es nur eine bei Jungen allgemeine Vorliebe für solche Zeichnungen (Freedman 1976)? Viele Jahre danach führte ich mit mehreren Forschungsgruppen empirische Untersuchungen über Aggression und Gewalt durch: zu Gewalt in Familien (Wahl 1989; 1996), Aggressionen von Jugendlichen und jungen Gewalttätern, insbesondere jener, die ihre Taten fremdenfei- lich und rechtsextrem begründeten (Wahl 1995; 2001; 2002; 2003; Wahl et al. 2001). Dabei konzentrierte ich mich darauf, wie sich aus biotischen, psychischen und sozialen Quellen ab der Kindheit Aggressionspotenziale entwickeln. Mein Interesse galt auch den entscheidenden Phasen in der Lebensgeschichte, in denen mit pädagogischen, sozialen oder therapeutischen Mitteln aggressivem Verhalten vorgebeugt werden kann, und der Frage, wie sich präventive Maßnahmen und Interventionen verbessern lassen (Wahl et al. 2005; Wahl 2007a; Wahl u. Hees 2009; Jung u. Wahl 2008). Diese Untersuchungen waren sehr unterschiedlich angelegt: teils große repräsentative Stichproben und Vollerhebungen mit Tausenden von Fällen, teils extensive Studien an kleineren Stichproben, die zusammen Hunderte von Fällen ausma- ten.

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Download Democratic Culture and Moral Character: A Study in Culture by Jerome Braun PDF

By Jerome Braun

This publication returns serious thought to its roots in either psychology and the social sciences. It indicates a number of the relationships among equality in a political and social experience and private id that both relates good to such equality, or rebels opposed to it. All this displays techniques of social and cultural impression that contain not just random switch but in addition techniques of social and cultural evolution that themselves have results relating to potentials for self-fulfillment or even public morality. This ebook presents a framework to aid one examine the interplay among person aspirations and social opportunities.

Jerome Braun, recognized for his writings in interdisciplinary social technology, an process he calls pragmatic severe idea, right here presents a publication that discusses matters proper to the ethical underpinnings of democratic society, together with problems with social evolution and of tradition and personality. 

This e-book may be of specific curiosity to students and scholars of Psychology (particularly within the parts of Psychology of character and Cultural Psychology), Sociology (especially these drawn to Sociology of Alienation and Sociology of tradition, in addition to Sociology of psychological Health), Anthropology (particularly within the quarter of mental Anthropology), Cultural experiences, and Social idea ordinarily.

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Download Listening to the Rhino: Violence and Healing in a Scientific by Janet O. Dallett PDF

By Janet O. Dallett

hearing the Rhino makes use of tales, myths, and case experiences to teach the residing truth of anything deep within the psyche that resembles a wide, primordial animal, a creature whose help of human agendas isn't really solely trustworthy. This irrational a part of ourselves – name it the self reliant psyche – unearths expression in a large number of contradictory methods in either the lives of people and the sweep of worldwide occasions. occasionally it's liable for the magnificent therapeutic of physique and soul,; at different occasions it perpetuates the main scary sorts of violence. no matter if it really works essentially for reliable or for unwell relies largely on how we relate to it.

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Download Interpersonal Cognition by Mark W. Baldwin PDF

By Mark W. Baldwin

Presenting cutting-edge examine from major investigators, this quantity examines the procedures in which humans comprehend their interpersonal stories. supplied are clean views on how participants glean social wisdom from previous relationships and practice it within the the following and now. additionally explored are the results of biases and expectations approximately major others on courting pride and private wellbeing and fitness. extensive in scope, the ebook integrates findings from experimental social psychology with insights from developmental, character, and scientific psychology. all through, chapters strike a suitable stability among thought and approach, providing an realizing of the center concerns concerned in addition to the instruments had to examine them.

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Download Introvert to Ambivert: Building People Skills for Success in by Edwin Palsma,Vy Tri Truong PDF

By Edwin Palsma,Vy Tri Truong

have you needed you'll be tender at small speak? are looking to simply strike up conversations with whole strangers? How approximately with the ability to promote your rules effectively?

These are usually not the talents of extroverts by myself. it will probably shock you to benefit that many introverts are trained at those abilities, too. As a hybrid of either character varieties, Ambiverts embody their introverted features whereas additionally incorporating many extroverted characteristics. they're that certain character variety that adapts to each state of affairs.

Just like several ability, being outgoing will be realized. With adequate coaching and perform, you too, could be a usual. The authors proportion with you their successes and screw ups during the awkwardvert and weirdovert phases to finally arrive at ambivert.

Becoming an ambivert is anything you'll already be doing. This ebook will fill in a few lacking items to make your trip less complicated, more straightforward, and extra complete.

Edwin Palsma and Vy Tri Truong have been pressured to jot down this publication to teach introverts that they don't have to be constrained by way of their very own perceptions. utilizing the instruments given during this ebook, the authors became profitable within the various box of monetary services.

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