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The Magic Of The Mind

Author : Blanche Paulson
ISBN : UOM:39015074166227
Genre : Learning, Psychology of
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Magic Of The Mind

Author : Paul Zenon
ISBN : 1404210725
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Presents step-by-step instructions for various magic tricks, including card tricks, mind tricks, and writing tricks.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Magic And The Mind

Author : Eugene Subbotsky
ISBN : 0199742170
Genre : Psychology
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Magical thinking and behavior have traditionally been viewed as immature, misleading alternatives to scientific thought that in children inevitably diminish with age. In adults, these inclinations have been labeled by psychologists largely as superstitions that feed on frustration, uncertainty, and the unpredictable nature of certain human activities. In Magic and the Mind, Eugene Subbotsky provides an overview of the mechanisms and development of magical thinking and beliefs throughout the life span while arguing that the role of this type of thought in human development should be reconsidered. Rather than an impediment to scientific reasoning or a byproduct of cognitive development, in children magical thinking is an important and necessary complement to these processes, enhancing creativity at problem-solving and reinforcing coping strategies, among other benefits. In adults, magical thinking and beliefs perform important functions both for individuals (coping with unsolvable problems and stressful situations) and for society (enabling mass influence and promoting social harmony). Operating in realms not bound by physical causality, such as emotion, relationships, and suggestion, magical thinking is an ongoing, developing psychological mechanism that, Subbotsky argues, is integral in the contexts of politics, commercial advertising, and psychotherapy, and undergirds our construction and understanding of meaning in both mental and physical worlds. Magic and the Mind represents a unique contribution to our understanding of the importance of magical thinking, offering experimental evidence and conclusions never before collected in one source. It will be of interest to students and scholars of developmental psychology, as well as sociologists, anthropologists, and educators.
Category: Psychology

The Magic Of The Mind

Author : Louise Berlay
ISBN : 194148932X
Genre : Philosophy
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Louise Berlay's book, The Magic of the Mind: How to Do What You Want With Your Life, has been given new life and a new audience after being out of print for 30 years. One of Neville Goddard most successful students explains her path, and the path taught by Neville. Enjoy this new edition with an introduction by Lousie's son Neville.
Category: Philosophy

The Magic Of The Mind

Author : Nanananda Bhikkhu
ISBN : OCLC:968969331
Genre : Buddhism
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The Magic Of The Mind

Author : Nanananda Bhikkhu K.
ISBN : OCLC:968971821
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The Magic Of The Mind

Author : Ernest Holmes
ISBN : OCLC:4771749
Genre : New Thought
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Category: New Thought

Twilight Of Consciousness

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ISBN : 1939050154
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Second volume of a three-year college study relating to consciousness and parapsychology. First volume titled "Consciousness and Hyper-Perceptivity," 1976.